#ncga: Two firms (on the same day) SHOW Speaker Tim the Money ($12K !!!)

“Show me the money !!!” download-14

–Rod Tidwell, Phoenix Cardinals and Jerry Maguire, sports agent

 

Twelve large is a lot of money for three people to dump on one legislator all on ONE DAY who (a) does not represent their home communities, and (b) has no opposition in this election.  But that, according to recent filings from Speaker Tim Moore’s campaign, is what has happened.

John Hutton is vice-president of Charlotte-based Wildlands Engineering, which says it specializes in “water resources, stream and wetland restoration, and water quality management.”    According to Moore campaign records, he donated $2000 to the campaign on October 28.

download-15Stephanie Westmoreland is president of Winston-Salem based North State Environmental.   North State is into a lot of the same things Hutton’s group is into.  According to Moore campaign records, Westmoreland contributed $5000 to the Moore campaign on October 28.

Darrell Westmoreland is CEO/Founder of North State Environmental.    According to Moore campaign records, Mr. Westmoreland contributed $5000 on October 28.

 

2 thoughts on “#ncga: Two firms (on the same day) SHOW Speaker Tim the Money ($12K !!!)

  1. A legislator raising money so that he can help other candidates who may be having trouble doing the same. Imagine that. ¯\_(?)_/¯

  2. Tim Moore is one of the best legislators that money can buy. We hard core environmentalists are gooooood at buying progressive Republican legislators in your state. Tim Moore is bought and paid for on pushing President Obama’s green agenda. And using these guys is a little less blatant than having our solar energy friends do it or Jay Faison.

    That investment in buying those two progressive Republican consultants Paul Shumaker and Dee Stewart sure paid off for our movement. We even bought Richard Burr with that purchase.

    Tim Moore could care less about the Republican platform. He is all in on President Obama’s green agenda.

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