Halter received less than 3% of his contributions from Arkansas Democrat Candidate Bill Halter for Lt

Democrat Candidate Bill Halter for Lt. Governor

Received Less Than 3% of His Contributions from Arkansas through July

 

(scroll down to list of color coded contributions, and you will readily see how easy this is to ascertain the truth of the figures below before you read further.)

 

See Very End of Email for Figures on Percentage from Arkansas which is 2.8% even after he gave back the $72,000

Copied below is the list of names of all the people who gave Bill Halter for Lt. Governor $2,000 contributions.  Information was copied  from this link: http://www.nwanews.com/adg/News/164016/  and title of story is "$2,000 contributors to candidates in statewide races" by Arkansas Democrat-Gazette August 20,06

Semicolons were used to separate the names.  I have highlighted 343 semicolons in red so there should be 342 entries times 2,000 equal $684,000 in contributions of $2,000.

181 of the contributions came  from California. ( 146 from California 23 San Francisco -really 25 from San Francisco  but two of  them had California also) and 13 from Los Angeles   ($364 thousand from California)  They weren't always consistent with their cities and states.  Sometimes they put Calif and sometimes San Francisco and Los Angeles.

 

17 contributions came  from Arkansas  ( 15 contributions from Little Rock and 2 from Hot Springs or 17 contributions from Arkansas.)  Or 34 thousand.   They did not use Arkansas as name but instead just used the cities.

In order to count the number from California below on a word document, go to toolbar and click Edit and then Find  and  then type in Calif and click  Find All, and it will give you the number found.  Then do the same for Rock and Springs to count the ones from Arkansas.

 

List of $2,000 contributions to Bill Halter through July

http://www.nwanews.com/adg/News/164016/

Bill Halter, D Primary Election Valli Arader, Middleburg, Va., designer; Alfred Berkeley III, Baltimore, Md., executive, Pipeline Financial Group; Muriel Berkeley, Baltimore, teacher; Michael Bigham, Weston, Mass., venture capitalist; Suzannah Bigham, Weston, Mass.; Todd Brooks, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Douglas Brown, Albuquerque, N. M., treasurer; Sarah Brown, Albuquerque, N. M., owner, Gold Street Coffee; David Carter, Orinda, Calif., chairman / chief executive officer, Xenogen Corp.; Diane Christensen, Palo Alto, Calif., executive, Manzanita Management Corp.; Robert Cobuzzi, Mashpee, Mass.; George Conrades, Boston, executive, Akamai Technologies; Karen Dempsey, Piedmont, Calif., shareholder, Heller Ehrman LLP; John Diekman, Atherton, Calif., venture capitalist; Susan Diekman, Atherton, Calif.; Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton, N. J., provost, Princeton University; Mary Enright, Portola Valley, Calif., mother; Patrick Enright, Menlo Park, Calif., investor; Lane Fleming, Dallas, homemaker; Ned Fleming III, Dallas, managing partner, SunTx Capital Partners; Brian Fraser, Piedmont, Calif.; C. Goodwin, Boston, retiree; Carol Green, Portola Valley, Calif., R&D, SRI International; R. Green, Portola Valley, Calif., CEO, Composite Software; Leonard Gumport, South Pasadena, Calif., attorney; Mark Halter, North Little Rock, attorney; Tadashi Higa, Los Gatos, Calif., senior director, Office of the CEO, Apple Computer; Lindsay Joost, San Francisco,, mother; Peter Joost, San Francisco, investor; John Koskinen, Washington, D. C., foundation executive, U. S. Soccer Foundation; Patricia Koskinen, Washington, D. C., educational researcher; Melanie Lachinian Esq., Belmont, Mass., general counsel; Gary Morgenthaler, Portola Valley, Calif., venture capitalist; Wendy Munger, South Pasadena, Calif., homemaker; Alexander Nesbitt, Long Beach, Calif., consultant; Andrew Paul, Bronxville, N. Y., finance; Suzanne Peck, McLean, Va., chief technology officer, Government of the District of Columbia; Frank Ramirez, Fort Collins, Colo., CEO, ICE Energy; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Harold Selick, Belmont, Calif., scientist; Halter for Arkansas Exploratory Committee-Primary, North Little Rock; Halter for Arkansas Lt. Gov. Primary Committee, North Little Rock; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., homemaker; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Thomas Steyer, San Francisco, Calif., senior partner, Farallon Capital; Brian Atwood, Orinda, Calif., venture investing; Diane Barlow, Dallas, attorney; Lynne Edminster, Orinda, Calif., commercial interior designer; Sakurako Fisher, San Francisco, investor; Global Internet Ventures Management Inc., C / O Private Equity Administrators LLC, Hockessin, Del.; David Laney, Dallas, president / chairman of the board, Jackson Walker LLP; William Meehan III, Palo Alto, Calif., consultant; Elizabeth Morgenthaler, Palo Alto, Calif.; Susan Orr, Stanford, Calif., chairman, Telosa Software; Sam Perroni, Little Rock, lawyer; Richard Post, Lexington, Mass., executive, NEXX Systems Inc.; David Albin, Santa Fe, N. M., investment management; Sandra Arias, Irving, Texas, school nurse; Victor Arias Jr., Irving, Texas, partner, Heidrick & Struggles; Mark Basham, Santa Barbara, Calif., co-director of tennis, Santa Barbara Tennis Club; Sharon Basham, Santa Barbara, Calif., physician; Lisa Baskin, Los Angeles; Rod Beckstrom, Palo Alto, Calif., entrepreneur; Art Bilger, Los Angeles, venture capitalist; Helen Bing, Los Angeles; Peter Bing, Los Angeles, investments; Chip Blacker, Palo Alto, Calif., professor; James Breyer, Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; David Brown, Menlo Park, Calif., private equity investor; Maureen Brown, Woodside, Calif., consultant; Bob Burke, San Francisco, director, AMB Property Corp.; Katherine Burke, San Francisco, homemaker; Check Free Services Corp., Norcross, Ga.; Winston Chen, Monte Sereno, Calif., chairman, Paramitas Foundation; Patricia Conrades, Boston, homemaker; Christopher Contag, San Jose, Calif., professor; Pamela Contag, San Jose, Calif., executive, Xenogen Corp.; Martin Coyne, Harrington Park, N. J., retiree; Patrice Coyne, Harrington Park, N. J., retiree; Mary Cranston, San Francisco, chair / partner, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP; Todd Dagres, Boston, venture capitalist; Steven Denning, Greenwich, Conn., managing partner, General Atlantic Partners; Margaret Dent, Montecito, Calif., owner, Tecolote Bookstore; Richard Dewey Jr., San Mateo, Calif., president / CEO, Dewey Lane Co. Inc.; Paul Digimmarino, Lexington, Mass., CEO, Anaqua Inc.; Nancy Forster, Hillsborough, Calif.; Pat Forster, Hillsborough, Calif., partner, IGP, LLC; David Frederick, McLean, Va., attorney; Brad Freeman, Los Angeles, founding partner, Freeman Spogli & Co.; Elizabeth Freeman, Los Angeles; Jim Gauer, Pacific Palisades, Calif., venture capitalist; Alexa Gilmore, Baltimore, homemaker; Peter Gilmore, Baltimore, executive; John Glikbarg, Foster City, Calif., principal; Rebecca Glikbarg, Foster City, Calif.; Michelle Gokey, Kansas City, Mo., homemaker; Tim Gokey, Kansas City, Mo., president, H&R Block; Ronald Graham, La Jolla, Calif., professor; Norman Halleen, Millbrea, Calif., CFO, InterMune Inc.; Shanti Halter, North Little Rock, attorney; William Halter, North Little Rock, retiree; David Hayes Esq., Arlington, Va., lawyer; Elizabeth Hayes, Arlington, Va., attorney; Clint Henson, Hot Springs, physician; Marti Henson, Hot Springs, homemaker; Walter Hewlett, Palo Alto, Calif., self-employed; Frank Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash., venture capitalist; Leslie Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash.; Bette Hill, Chicago, artist; George Hume, San Francisco, business owner; Leslie Hume, San Francisco; Beth Inabinectt, Chevy Chase, Md., investor; Robert Isackson, San Francisco, principal; Shellan Isackson, San Francisco; Ted Janus, Burlingame, Calif., partner, Palo Alto Investors; Jerry Jasinowski, Washington, D. C., executive, The Manufacturing Institute; Kris Jenner, Anapolis, Md., vice president, T. Rowe Price Associates Inc.; Catherine Johnson, Palo Alto, Calif., homemaker; Franklin Johnson Jr., Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; Arnold Jones, San Mateo, Calif., Wentz Construction; Marin Jones, San Mateo, Calif.; Melissa Kepner, San Francisco; Scott Kepner, San Francisco, finance; Peter Kight, Alpharetta, Ga., CEO, Checkfree Corp.; Teresa Kight, Alpharena, Ga.; Lisa Kraus, Dallas, writer; Chien Lee, New York, N. Y., investor; Bonnie Leighton, Newtonville, Mass., homemaker; Tom Leighton, Newtonville, Mass., chief scientist, Akamai; Daryl Lillie, Atherton, Calif., housewife; John Lillie, Atherton, Calif., retiree; Lori Martin Esq., Princeton, N. J., lawyer; Thomas McConnell, Atherton, Calif., venture capitalist; George McCown, Woodside, Calif., president, McCown De Leeuw & Co. LLC; Karen McCown, Woodside, Calif., investor; Ann McMurty; Palo Alto, Calif., homemaker; Burton McMurty, Palo Alto, Calif., retiree; William Melton, Vienna, Va., investor; Michael Minor, Atherton, Calif., chairman / CEO, PPL; David Mitchell, McLean, Va., CEO, webMethods; Denise O’Leary, Woodside, Calif., investor; Laraine Patching, Sacramento, Calif., businessperson; Robert Pavey, Bratenahl, Ohio, venture capitalist; Michael Powell, San Francisco, venture; Tana Powell, San Francisco; Krish Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., executive; Shuba Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., homemaker; Gladys Rogers, Menlo Park, Calif., retiree; Jesse Rogers, Atherton, Calif., managing director; Julie Rogers, Wellesley, Mass., teacher; Mindy Rogers, Atherton, Calif., homemaker; David Rumsey, San Francisco; Beverly Ryder, Los Angeles, utility executive; Ann Sagan, Lexington, Mass., administrator; Bruce Sagan, Chicago, journalist; Paul Sagan, Lexington, Mass., manager; Frederic Salerno, Yorktown, N. Y., retiree; Vicki Sant, Washington, D. C., executive; Gregory Schiffman, Oregon City, Ore., CFO, Affymetrix; Mary Schiffman, Oregon City, Ore.; John Scully, Mill Valley, Calif., managing director; Jonathan Seelig, Boston, investor; Margaret Seelig, Boston; Naomi Seligman, New York, N. Y., senior partner, Ostriker von Simons Inc.; Kevin Sharer, Thousand Oaks, Calif., chairman / CEO, Amgen; Andrew Sharpless, Chevy Chase, Md., CEO, Oceana Inc.; Garrett Shumway, Winnetka, Ill.; Sarah Shumway, Winnetka, Ill., insurance executive, Aon Corp.; Nicholas Simon III, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Susan Simon, San Mateo, Calif., homemaker; Elizabeth Singer, Great Falls, Va., homemaker; Patricia Smith, Vienna, Va., president, PeaceXPeace; Peter Stamos, Hillsborough, Calif., CEO, Sterling Stamos; Isaac Stein, Palo Alto, Calif., president, Waverly Associates; Madeline Stein, Palo Alto, Calif.; Kent Thiry, Woodside, Calif., executive, DaVita Inc.; Latricia Turner, Atherton, Calif., retiree; Ernest Von Simson, New York, N. Y., senior partner, Ostriker von Simson; Chris Wallace, San Mateo, Calif., self-employed; Priscilla Woods, New York, N. Y., social worker; Ward Woods Jr., New York, N. Y., private investor; Cynthia Zollinger, Atherton, Calif., executive, Cornerstone Research. Primary Runoff Election Todd Brooks, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Diane Christensen, Palo Alto, Calif., executive, Manzanita Management Corp.; George Conrades, Boston, executive, Akamai Technologies; Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton, N. J., provost, Princeton University; Leonard Gumport Esq., South Pasadena, Calif., attorney; Mark Halter Esq., North Little Rock, attorney; Tadashi Higa, Los Gatos, Calif., senior director, office of the CEO, Apple Computer; Lindsay Joost, San Francisco, mother; Peter Joost, San Francisco, investor; Patricia Koskinen, Washington, D. C., educational researcher; Gary Morgenthaler, Portola Valley, Calif., venture capitalist; Wendy Munger, South Pasadena, Calif., homemaker; Andrew Paul, Bronxville, N. Y., finance; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., homemaker; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Harold Selick, Belmont, Calif., scientist; Don Davies, Benton; Gerald Fidler, Washington, D. C., political action representative, AFSCME; Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, Little Rock; Lisa Baskin, Los Angeles; Alfred Berkeley III, Baltimore, chairman / CEO, Pipeline Financial Group; Muriel Berkeley, Baltimore, chairman, Baltimore Curriculum Project Inc.; James Breyer, Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; Diane Christensen, Palo Alto, Calif., executive, Manzanita Management Corp.; George Conrades, Boston, executive, Akamai Technologies; Patricia Conrades, Boston, homemaker; Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton, N. J., provost, Princeton University; Nancy Forster, Hillsborough, Calif.; Pat Forster, Hillsborough, Calif., partner, IGP, LLC; David Frederick, McLean, Va., attorney; Brad Freeman, Los Angeles, founding partner, Freeman Spogli & Co.; Elizabeth Freeman, Los Angeles, Calif.; Ronald Graham, La Jolla, Calif., professor; Leonard Gumport Esq., South Pasadena, Calif., attorney; Norman Halleen, Millbrae, Calif., CFO, InterMune Inc.; Halter for Arkansas Lt. Governor Primary Committee, North Little Rock; Mark Halter Esq., North Little Rock, attorney; Shanti Halter, North Little Rock, attorney; Nicholas Hanauer, Seattle, Wash., partner, Second Avenue Partners; Frank Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash., venture capitalist; Leslie Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash.; George Hume, San Francisco, owner, Basic American Inc.; Leslie Hume, San Francisco, Calif.; Ted Janus, Burlingame, Calif., partner, Palo Alto Investors; Franklin Johnson Jr., Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; Patricia Koskinen, Washington, D. C., educational researcher; Chien Lee, New York, N. Y., investor; Tom Leighton, Newtonville, Mass., chief scientist; Daryl Lillie, Atherton, Calif., housewife; John Lillie, Atherton, Calif., retiree; Mike Long, Hockessin, Del.; Ann McMurtry, Palo Alto, Calif., housewife; Burton McMurtry, Palo Alto, Calif., retiree; William Melton, Vienna, Va., investor; Wendy Munger, South Pasadena, Calif., homemaker; Andrew Paul, Bronxville, N. Y., finance; Robert Pavey, Bratenahl, Ohio, venture capitalist; Suzanne Peck, McLean, Va., executive; Krish Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., executive; Shuba Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., homemaker; Ann Sagan, Lexington, Mass., admistrator; Paul Sagan, Lexington, Mass., manager; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., homemaker; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Nicholas Simon III, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Susan Simon, San Mateo, Ga., homemaker; Patricia Smith, Vienna, Va.., president, PeaceXPeace; Ward Woods Jr., New York, N. Y., private investor.

General Election Robert Cobuzzi, Mashpee, Mass.; Halter for Arkansas Exploratory Committee-General; Halter for Arkansas Governor Committee-Primary, North Little Rock; Suzanne Peck, McLean, Va., chief technology officer; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., homemaker; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Todd Brooks, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Diane Christensen, Palo Alto, Calif., executive, Manzanita Management Corp.; Robert Cobuzzi, Mashpee, Mass.; George Conrades, Boston, Mass., executive, Akamai Technologies; Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton, N. J., provost, Princeton University; Leonard Gumport Esq., South Pasadena, Calif., attorney; Mark Halter Esq., North Little Rock, attorney; Tadashi Higa, Los Gatos, Calif., senior director, office of the CEO, Apple Computer; Lindsay Joost, San Francisco, mother; Peter Joost, San Francisco, investor; Patricia Koskinen, Washington, D. C., educational researcher; Gary Morgenthaler, Portola Valley, Calif., venture capitalist; Wendy Munger, South Pasadena, Calif., homemaker; Andrew Paul, Bronxville, N. Y., finance; Suzanne Peck, McLean, Va., chief technology officer; Ellen Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., homemaker; Vincent Sakowski, Menlo Park, Calif., real estate investor; Harold Selick, Belmont, Calif., scientist; Alfred Berkeley III, Baltimore, chairman / CEO, Pipeline Financial Group; Muriel Berkeley, Baltimore, chairman, Baltimore Curriculum Project Inc.; Nicholas Hanauer, Seattle, partner, Second Avenue Partners; Tom Leighton, Newtonville, Mass., chief scientist, Akamai; Sandra Arias, Irving, Texas, school nurse; Victor Arias Jr., Irving, Texas, partner, Heidrick & Struggles; Mark Basham, Santa Barbara, Calif., codirector of tennis, Santa Barbara Tennis Club; Sharon Basham, Santa Barbara, Calif., physician; Lisa Baskin, Los Angeles; James Breyer, Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; Douglas Brown, Albuquerque, N. M., treasurer; Sarah Brown, Albuquerque, N. M., owner, Gold Street Coffee; Winston Chen, Monte Sereno, Calif., chairman, Paramitas Foundation; Patricia Conrades, Boston, Mass., homemaker; Martin Coyne, Harrington Park, N. J., retiree; Patrice Coyne, Harrington Park, N. J., retiree; Mary Cranston, San Francisco, Calif., chair / partner; Todd Dagres, Boston, venture capitalist; Martha Demson, Pacific Palisades, Calif., theatre director; Margaret Dent, Montecito, Calif., owner, Tecolote Bookstores; Richard Dewey Jr, San Mateo, Calif., president / CEO, Dewey Land Co.; Nancy Forster, Hillsborough, Calif.; Pat Forster, Hillsborough, Calif., partner, IGP LLC; David Frederick, McLean, Va., attorney; Brad Freeman, Los Angeles, founding partner; Elizabeth Freeman, Los Angeles; Alexa Gilmore, Baltimore, homemaker; Peter Gilmore, Baltimore, executive; Michelle Gokey, Kansas City, Mo., homemaker; Tim Gokey, Kansas City, Mo., president, H&R Block; Ronald Graham, La Jolla, Calif., professor; Norman Halleen, Millbrae, Calif., CFO, InterMune Inc.; Shanti Halter, North Little Rock, attorney; William Halter, North Little Rock, retiree; Walter Hewlett, Palo Alto, Calif., computer research; Frank Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash., venture capitalist; Leslie Higgins, Mercer Island, Wash.; George Hume, San Francisco, business owner; Leslie Hume, San Francisco; Ted Janus, Burlington, Calif., partner, Palo Alto Investors; Catherine Johnson, Palo Alto, Calif., homemaker; Franklin Johnson Jr., Palo Alto, Calif., venture capitalist; Arnold Jones, San Mateo, Calif., construction; Marin Jones, San Mateo, Calif; Chien Lee, New York, N. Y., investor; Daryl Lillie, Atherton, Calif., housewife; John Lillie, Atherton, Calif., retiree; Lori Martin Esq., Princeton, N. J., lawyer; George McCown, Woodside, Calif., president, McCown De Leeuw & Co., LLC; Karen McCown, Woodside, Calif., investor; Ann McMurtry, Palo Alto, Calif., homemaker; Burton McMurtry, Palo Alto, Calif., retiree; William Melton, Vienna, Va., investor; Michael Minor, Atherton, Calif., chairman / CEO, PPL; Laraine Patching, Sacramento, Calif., businessperson; Robert Pavey, Bratenahl, Ohio, venture capitalist; Krish Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., executive; Shuba Prabhu, Naperville, Ill., homemaker; Gladys Rogers, Menlo Park, Calif., retiree; Jesse Rogers, Atherton, Calif., managing director; Julie Rogers, Wellesley, Mass., teacher; Mindy Rogers, Atherton, Calif., homemaker; Ann Sagan, Lexington, Mass., administrator; Paul Sagan, Lexington, Mass., manager; Nicholas Simon III, San Mateo, Calif., investor; Susan Simon, San Mateo, Calif., homemaker; Patricia Smith, Vienna, Va., president, PeaceXPeace; Priscilla Woods, New York, N. Y., social worker; Ward Woods Jr., New York, N. Y., private investor; Cynthia Zollinger, Atherton, Calif., executive.

Figures on Percent of Halter's Money From Out of State

Halter lent himself  $1.17 million (according to newspaper articles, one of which is "Halter tops $1 million in primary, runoff races, Candidates release campaign finances by Miachael Wickline Ar Democrat Gazette, August 8, 06.)  through July and contributred $81,908.39 on 5/30/06 (29th entry on June 6 report - lst June 6th report listed at this link  equal  when you search for Halter http://www.sos.arkansas.gov/arkimg/index.html.  $1.1 million plus $81,908.39 equals $1,251,908. Link to article on Halter tops $1 million in primary by Michael  Wickline, August 8, 06 http://library.ardemgaz.com/ShowArchiveStory.asp?Path=ArDemocrat/2006/08/08&ID=Ar00801&Qry=Wickline

 

Divide$ 34,000 by 1,251,908 and you get .027 or 2.7%

Take the$72,000  that he gave back on his July 31 report (last one) from the $1,251,908 and you get 1,179,908.  I presume putting a minus beside the names means he gave it back,  and we understand that he gave this back because of complaints that he was using money he received when he was running for Governor and was not allowed to do that.

Divide 34,000 by 1,179,908 and you get .028 or 2.8% of the money he received in $2,000 chunks came from out of state.

See this link  http://www.sos.arkansas.gov/arkimg/index.htmlto find the actual financial reports on Arkansas government website, but it can be a little complex.  The report that has Halter's contributions with a minus sign beside them (which I presume  means he gave it back, is on the July 31 Campaign Contribution & Expenditure report at this link when you search for "Halter".  There are three listed for this date, and the third one is the one in which the minus signs are beside the contributions.