Bob Miller Spends Over $33,000 on Road Commissioner Race to Andrew Gasser’s Over $22,000

Although money was spent last year on his effort to gain re-election, during the first three months of this year, Algonquin Township Road Commissioner spent $33,352.54.

He has $33,352.54 left in his campaign fund.

Here is how the money was spent:

  • $16,402 – mailings
  • $6,877 – billboards
  • $3,049 – postage
  • $3,026 – printing
  • $890 – miscellaneous
  • $500 – web site
  • $380 – tickets
  • $357 – wine & food
  • $348 – sign posts
  • $207 – transcript
  • $186 – pens

The Miller campaign fund has $20,339.14 left.

In contrast, Andrew Gasser spent $22,223.58.

The money was spent as follows:

  • $8,793 – printing
  • $4,984 – postage
  • $3,239 – signs
  • $2,400 – radio
  • $1,214 – mailing
  • $651 – computer services
  • $465 – food
  • $241 – miscellaneous
  • $56 – equipment

Gasser has $784 remaining in his campaign fund.

Just using the money spent in the two months before the February 28th election (and more was spent in the final quarter of 2016), the following amounts spent per vote can be calculated:

  • Miller – $12,66 per vote
  • Gasser – $8 per vote.

Comments

Bob Miller Spends Over $33,000 on Road Commissioner Race to Andrew Gasser’s Over $22,000 — 2 Comments

  1. Poor Booby Miller.

    How could those selfish voters in Alg. Township ruin his long-lasting gig!

  2. I’m sure Miller would’ve spent even more, had he not been cocky.

    Oh well out with the outrageously expensive “Republican” in Dems clothing – and in with the new genuine Conservative Republican. Good things bound to happen for the taxpayers in that township.

    Hoping for more cleaning of house in this county.

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