June 29th, 2010 | by NIGEL JAQUISS News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, Politics

Chris Dudley, Tom Hughes Pick Up Big Checks

Chris Dudley at WW endorsement interview

GOP gubernatorial candidate Chris Dudley continues to pick up big checks from prominent locals.

This week, Dudley reported a $20,000 contribution from investor Peter Brix and $5,000 from real estate maven Barbara Sue Seal. The most notable check collected by Dudley's Democratic opponent, former two-term Gov. John Kitzhaber, was a $10,000 contribution from International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 48.

In another closely watched race, the battle for Metro Council President, former Hillsboro Mayor Tom Hughes (below in the photo-shopped image that graced our April 28 cover) reported $10,000 from IBEW Local 48 and $5,000 from the Portland Business Alliance.

Hughes now has about $47,000 on hand. Meantime, the coffers are empty so far for Hughes' general election opponent, Bob Stacey — the former executive director of 1000 Friends of Oregon.

Photo collage of Tom Hughes on somebody else's body
 
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