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How Much MA Candidates Spent Per Vote

Monday, November 19, 2012

 

Now that all the ballots are counted, GoLocalWorcester takes a look at how much bang Bay State candidates got for their political bucks.

All calculations are based off expenditure reports filed with the Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance and the Federal Election Commission through October 17.

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20. Winthrop Handy

 

Race: 14th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Independent
Amount Spent: $471.88
Votes: 1,336
Cost per Vote: $0.35
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19. Brian O'Malley

 

Race: 15th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $1,213.23
Votes: 2,403
Cost per Vote: $0.50
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18. William LeBeau

 

Race: 17th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $2,560.98
Votes: 3,166
Cost per Vote: $0.81
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17. Dean Cavaretta

 

Race: Middlesex & Worcester District State Senate
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $24,565.99
Votes: 28,210
Cost per Vote: $0.87
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16. Jonathan Zlotnik

 

Race: 2nd Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $7,742.66
Votes: 8,512
Cost per Vote: $0.91
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15. Donald Bourque

 

Race: 18th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $6,601.14
Votes: 5,729
Cost per Vote: $1.15
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14. Michael Moore

 

Race: 2nd Worcester District State Senate
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $80,670.22
Votes: 48,135
Cost per Vote: $1.68
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13. Ryan Fattman

 

Race: 18th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $24,860.43
Votes: 13,391
Cost per Vote: $1.86
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12. William McCarthy

 

Race: 14th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $10,119.34
Votes: 4,692
Cost per Vote: $2.16
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11. James Eldridge

 

Race: Middlesex & Worcester District State Senate
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $120,327.66
Votes: 51,427
Cost per Vote: $2.34
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10. Mary Keefe

 

Race: 15th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $18,537.17
Votes: 7,425
Cost per Vote: $2.50
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9. Richard Bastien

 

Race: 2nd Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $20,931.50
Votes: 8,181
Cost per Vote: $2.56
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8. James O'Day

 

Race: 14th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $55,450.71
Votes: 9,541
Cost per Vote: $5.81
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7. Sean Bielat

 

Race: 4th District U.S. Congress
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $774,793.00
Votes: 129,243
Cost per Vote: $5.99
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6. John Binienda

 

Race: 17th Worcester District State Rep.
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $62,781.15
Votes: 10,355
Cost per Vote: $6.06
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5. Richard Tisei

 

Race: 6th District U.S. Congress
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $1,664,488.00
Votes: 175,953
Cost per Vote: $9.46
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4. John Tierney

 

Race: 6th District U.S. Congress
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $1,973,960.00
Votes: 179,603
Cost per Vote: $10.99
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3. Joe Kennedy

 

Race: 4th District U.S. Congress
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $2,865,246.00
Votes: 219,499
Cost per Vote: $13.05
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2. Scott Brown

 

Race: U.S. Senate
Party: Republican
Amount Spent: $29,466,315.00
Votes: 1,449,180
Cost per Vote: $20.33
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1. Elizabeth Warren

 

Race: U.S. Senate
Party: Democrat
Amount Spent: $35,413,404.00
Votes: 1,678,408
Cost per Vote: $21.10
 
 

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Comments:

Iron Mike Farquhar

Fun with numbers! I wonder how much money went to the PACs supporting Warren? I wonder how much was coming from the Cherokee Reservation?

Once again our CommonBarf has elected the worst candidates money can buy!

With money-grubbing socialists like Eldridge, watch for more companies to move out of state.

Stephen Jacoby

Once again, Mikey proves himself the racist fool.

Tax Payer Citizen

I would say that anyone pretending to be a minority would be the real racist;)

Stephen Jacoby

"Citizen" - your ignorance is astounding! Whatever happened to the principle of "innocent until proven guilty"? No one has ever even come close to proving she lied about her heritage. Can she prove beyond any doubt that she has Native American blood in her? No. All she has is the word of her mother, something most people would take at face value. It's only the cheap and dirty lowlife that was her political opposition that tried to make it an issue at all. Unfortunately, people like you were all too eager to drink the kool-aid and jump on the hate bandwagon. You're a disgusting example of a human being.

Iron Mike Farquhar

Stephen, you must live in a world of your own.

It seems that NO Democrat wants to consider if Obama is a Natural-Born Citizen – even though his 'father' was a British Citizen at the time of his birth. [Ooh noo, that would be RACIST!]

Likewise, NONE of us care if Ms Warren is part Cherokee or part Delaware or part anything. We're concerned with her 20+ YEARS of LYING about it. Box-checking.

And when she got called on it – by the media – she played the 'RACIST card', the 'You're attacking my Mommy Card', and the 'I believed my Mommy Card'. We generally hold attorneys to a higher standard of proof.

Warren is a classic example of why people tell politician and attorney jokes. But Stephen, I gotta agree, - she JUST PERFECT for you and Mass Democrats. She'll fit right in!

Stephen Jacoby

Mikey: I used to think you were just a fanatic. Now I know you're just stupid. You're a "birther"? No better evidence of being a moron exists. You're a waste of oxygen.

Stephen Jacoby

AND.... you claim she's lying - with absolutely ZERO proof she's doing so. Was your mother lying to you when she said you would grow up to be a decent human being? Apparently she was.

Iron Mike Farquhar

Great passion Steven. If only you'd been around to defend the Cherokees when they were being forced out of North Georgia and East Tennessee...

My mother? She warned me I'd grow up to detest liars and that by the time I was her age I'd stop having pity on MoonBats – and just enjoy laughing at them.

Tax Payer Citizen

Stephen,

Please use that great, powerful brain of yours and explain to us what it meant when she stated that she spoke with someone from Wall Street and they told her that they thought she could be the one to save Capitalism, then after everyone finished laughing, she sdaid that she souldn't of said that because it was silly?

Tax Payer Citizen

BTW, you talk about others being bitter but you are the only person here, lowering yourself to name calling. Maybe I am being too harsh, are you 12?




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