Former Harrisburg mayor Linda Thompson filed her pre-election campaign finance report on April 14, 2014, Thompson's new committee is named (Friends of Linda Thompson for Congress) with Charles A. Ottaviano signing off as treasurer for the committee.
Mr. Ottaviano is married to Dauphin county democratic party chairman Marilyn Levin and served as Thompson's treasurer for her committee (Leadership for Harrisburg 2013) during her failed run for re-election as mayor of Harrisburg, she placed third in a field of four candidates.
The committee reported a balance of cash on hand at close of reporting period of $595.40.
Contributions totaled $1070 consisting of two $250 individual contributions and a $570 contribution from Thompson's Leadership for Harrisburg 2013.
Operating expenses totaled $474.60 defined as $427.66 reimbursement campaign expenses to Linda Thompson, $160.94 for office supplies from Staples, and $30.00 to Charles A. Ottaviano for postage and fuel reimbursement.
Read the statement. Cash on hand 595.40
Linda D. Thompson and attorney Ken Lee arrive at the Keystone building. Running for Congress. I'm out and about getting signatures.
Former Harrisburg Mayor Linda D. Thompson dropped a bombshell Saturday when she acknowledged her run for Pa's 4th congressional district, Thompson needs to collect 1K valid signatures to get on the ballot and has one week from today to file the nomination petitions.
If Thompson does qualify how much money will she be able to raise,
in her run for reelection she was outspent by both Miller and Papenfuse and finished third in the May 2013 primary.
Mayor Thompson's 2013 Year End Campaign Finance Report. Leadership for Harrisburg 2013.
Ending cash balance 12.31.13 $2,028.51
Will Charles A. Ottaviano continue to file Thompson's campaign reports?
Archive video of Chairman Levin, February 11, 2011
. Send in the clowns.
Chairman Levin. The democratic brand.
Chairman Levin, Democratic endorsement meeting Saturday March 9, 2013. Throw Roxbury out.
Archive: Published Saturday March 1st. 2014.
Linda D. Thompson attended Saturday's Progressive Summit at the Hilton hotel in Harrisburg, Thompson acknowledged that she is circulating petitions for the office of Congress in the 4th district of Pa, the seat is currently held by republican Scott Perry.
I was waiting to get all my signatures.
Will Thompson supporters donate again?
Harrisburg Mayor Thompson's Leadership for Harrisburg 2013 PAC filed a pre-primary report Friday afternoon.
Read the report. Leadership for Harrisburg 2013.
$3,500 from Tucker Arensberg and associated attorneys:
$1,000 - Kenneth Lee, "I represent the Mayor and the City of Harrisburg in the bankruptcy proceedings."
$1,000 - Lee Swartz
$300 - Dennis Shaeffer
$200 - Steve Greecher
Individual contributions totaling $2,500 from Covanta Energy executives connected to the Incinerator retrofit project.
$1,000 - Seth Myones, COO.
$1,000 - Paul Stauder, SVP., "We've Successfully managed the plant."
$500 - Jim Klecko
Other noteworthy contributions include $200 from Corky Goldstein.
Corky Goldstein. Interviewing for a board seat on the Harrisburg Authority
Corky Goldstein. Hiring James Ellison of Rhoads and Sinon
Corky Goldstein. Board member of the Harrisburg Parking Authority "What are we voting on."
Corky Goldstein.Voting as a Board of Control member to fire Dr. Gerald Kohn
UPDATED on 5/15/2013 at 9:52 am to reflect $1,050 in contributions from Harrisburg City employees.
Harrisburg Police Officiers Total contributions of $550.
$150 - Chief Pierrer Ritter
$200 - Captain Elijah Q. Massey
$200 - Captain Annette L. Oates
Harrisburg Fire Chief Robert Talloni and family members, $500 total.
$100 - Karen L. Talloni
$100 - Albert R. Talloni
$100 - Lucy M. Talloni
$100 - Roberto N. Talloni
$100 - Robert A. Talloni
$5,000 - From Richard Abrams, who has also contributed $5,000 to the Harrisburg Capital PAC which has endorsed Thompson's challenger Eric Papenfuse.
$250 - Hovig R. Vartan. Your Honor, Thank You
Photo of Charles Ottaviano & Marilyn Levin by Natalie Cake