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David Overtaking Goliath: Pauly Raises More Than Double the Money Spitzer Raised in 2012

Posted by The Rock of OC on April 11, 2012

You read that headline right: Deborah Pauly raised more money than the vaunted Todd Spitzer money machine in 2012.  Not just more, but more than double.

According to the latest campaign finance reports, Spitzer raised $3,100 while Pauly raised $7,578.  That’s right: David raised more than double what Goliath did.

This is a clear sign that the momentum is shifting toward Deborah Pauly.  True conservatives are holding their money back from special-interest Spitzer.  Pauly’s gain in momentum is clearly causing union-supporter Spitzer’s money to dry up.

The donors are beginning to realize that the people don’t want bought and paid career politicians who do the bidding of their masters.   They are tired of Orange County being pillaged by the special interests that suck at the public teat.

The people’s eyes are open, and the donors realize it.

2 Responses to “David Overtaking Goliath: Pauly Raises More Than Double the Money Spitzer Raised in 2012”

  1. Sigmund said

    This post is delusional. Show us a donor who has switched from Spitzer to Pauly? So what if Pauly raised “twice” as much as Spitzer? Spitzer doesn’t need to raise money.

    And $7,578 isn’t within 100 miles of the money Pauly needs to raise to win.

  2. I’m not sure if this is a belated April Fools post or you are just delusional. The racist Pauley has Zero chance against the Spitzer machine.

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