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Rilling claims most Norwalk donors in second quarter

NORWALK, Conn — Former Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling led the pack of four Democratic mayoral hopefuls when it came to cultivating Norwalk donations for the second quarter. From April 1 through June 30, Rilling took in nearly $19,500 on 145 individual donations, 122 of them from Norwalk.

Here is the summary and the list of contributors from the campaign to elect Rilling mayor of Norwalk:

Balance on hand at beginning of quarter: $27,577.28

Contributions received from individuals, $19,444.99 this period; $48,762.99 aggregate

Receipts from other committees, $100 this period; $100 aggregate

Other monetary receipts, $238.10 this period; $1,268.64 aggregate

Total monetary receipts, $22,243.09 this period; $52,591.63 aggregate

Subtotals: $49,820.37 this period; $52,591.63 aggregate

Total purchases of advertising – program book or sign, $2,460 this period; $2,460 aggregate

Rent for 25 Van Zant St., $300

DNA Campaigns of New Haven, $1,500

NGP VAN of Washington, D.C. (campaign management system), $250

Expenses paid by committee, $9,927.19 this period; $12,698.45 aggregate

Campaign expenses paid by candidate, 0 this period; $204.32 aggregate

Balance on hand at close of reporting period: $38,983.18

$1,000 donors

George Frank of Norwalk, builder

Michael Gray of Norwalk, Pyramid Real Estate

Joseph Rosetti of Palm Beach, vice chair of Solutions Point International

$800 donors

Joyce Murray of Norwalk

$500 donors

Patricia Kerschner of Norwalk

Austin Iodice of Norwalk

Santo Silvestro of New Canaan

Fehmi Zeko of NYC

Kathi Curioli of Norwalk

Ronald Restivo of Norwalk

$350 donors

Gary Katz of Norwalk

David Gabe of Norwalk

Mike Mushak of Norwalk ($800 aggregate)

$300 donors

Nicole Coppola of Norwalk ($650 aggregate)

$250 donors

Andrew Greenfield of Norwalk

Vito Bochicchio of Norwalk

Brian Damato of Norwalk

Michaale Demiglio of Egg Harbor Township, NJ

David Murchie of Norwalk

Nathaniel Yordon of Norwalk ($750 aggregate)

$200 donors

Michael Lametta of Norwalk

Michael Foley of Norwalk ($300 aggregate)

Patrick McCabe of Fairfield

Dawn Delgreco of Norwalk

Carl Cooke of Norwalk

Edward Matthews of Trumbull

$150 donors

Galen Wells of Norwalk

Sanford Anderson of Norwalk

Demetrios Sotiropouls of Norwalk

$125 donors

Daniel Obuchowski of Norwalk ($135 aggregate)

Elsa Peterson Obuchoswki of Norwalk ($160 aggregate)

$100 donors

Sharon Doyle of Norwalk

Steven Semaya of Weston

Melissa Petropoulos of Norwalk

Michael Marks of Westport

Ralph Bloom of Norwalk

Judith Cobin of Norwalk

Bruce Mellion of Bridgeport, (aggregate $300)

Hubert Smith of Norwalk

Tom Abron of Norwalk

Margie Katz of Norwalk

Sue Thompson of Norwalk

John Frank of Palmetto, Fla.

Mary Burgess of Norwalk ($250 aggregate)

James Doyle of Norwalk

Elizabeth Gibbs of Norwalk

Robert Lametta of Norwalk

Ira Bloom of Westport

Nicole Coppola of Milford

Heidi Godleski of Norwalk ($200 aggregate)

Larry Rossi if Norwalk

Robert Hard of Norwalk

Wesley Jackson of Norwalk

Ken Donahue of Sandy Hook

Joseph Muro of Norwalk

Jacqueline Steiner of Norwalk

Robert Whitmore of Weston

William Schaberg of Fairfield

Michael McGovern of Harrison, NY

David Frenkiel of NYC

Alexander Pencu of Stamford

Richard Gibbins of Fairfield

Arthur Goldblatt of Norwalk ($150 aggregate)

Gerald Moran of Norwalk

Jeremiah Crowley of Norwalk

Anne Farrow of Norwalk

Peter Fullam of Norwalk

Michael Gabriele of Norwalk

Galen Wells of Norwalk ($399 aggregate)

Tom Arbron of Norwalk ($200 aggregate)

Nate Sumpter of Norwalk

Robert Frazier of Norwalk

Robert Celli of Norwalk

Edward Pulice if Norwalk

Kevin Poruban of Norwalk

Wesley Jackson of Norwalk

Douglas Sutton of Norwalk

Carmela Setti of Norwalk

Cheryl Rilling of Norwalk

Patrick Romano of Guilford

Jeffrey Finch of Brookfield

$50 donors

Rod Lopez Fabrega of Norwalk (aggregate $175)

Joseph Cote of Norwalk

Salvatore Iannacone of Norwalk

Jusdith Rivas of Norwalk

Carney deLoizaga of Norwalk

Barbara Geake of Norwalk

Robert Burgess of Norwalk

Henry Bolanos of Norwalk

John Frederick of Norwalk

Darnell Crosland of Norwalk

Christine Lametta of Norwalk ($450 aggregate)

Galen Wells of Norwalk

Jospeh Cote of Norwalk ($100 aggregate)

Yvonne Rodriguez of Norwalk

Thomas Vetter of Norwalk

Malcolm Gordon of Norwalk

Edward Farris of Norwalk

Corrine Weston of Norwalk

Betsy Wrenn of Norwalk ($150 aggregate)

Mary Burgess of Norwalk

Bill Krummel of Norwalk ($100 aggregate)

Judith Bacal of Norwalk

Stephen Law of Norwalk

Sheri Brown of Norwalk

Kevin Hale of Ansonia

Bette Bono of Norwalk

$40 donor

Margaret Farnsworth of Norwalk

$35 donor

John Hauter of Norwalk

$25 donors

Russel Wickett Jr. of Norwalk

Joe Newell of Norwalk

Patricia Adams of Norwalk

J. Terry Marko of Norwalk

Elsa Peterson Obuchowski of Norwalk ($160 agg)

Kaye Anderson of Norwalk

Louise Flax of Norwalk

Russell Wickett Jr. of Norwalk ($75 aggregate)

Steve Frey of Norwalk

Rosa Murray of Norwalk

Diana Santo of Norwalk

Howard Dixon of Norwalk

Irene Dixon of Norwalk

Robert Bryant of Norwalk

Migdalia Rivas of Norwalk

Lopez Fabrega of Norwalk ($175 aggregate)

Carolyn Fuller of Norwalk

Daniel Amoruccio of Norwalk

Russell Wickett Jr. of Norwalk

Kaye Anderson of Norwalk ($75 aggregate)

Allan Cramer of Westport

Steve Frey of Norwalk ($50 aggregate)

Robert Bryant of Norwalk ($50 aggregate)

Wallace Frey of Norwalk

Dana Laird of Norwalk

Edward Hatton of Norwalk

Lynette Collins of Norwalk

Joe Newell of Norwalk ($50 aggregate)

Courtney Hutchinson of Norwalk

Donna King of Norwalk ($350 aggregate)

$20 donors

Daisy Franklin of Norwalk

Francis Waters of Norwalk

Joanne Duff of Norwalk

Kristi Cavanaugh of Norwalk

$10 donors

Daniel Obuchowski of Norwalk ($135 aggregate)

Elsa Peterson Obuchowski of Norwalk

Harvey Skolnick of Norwalk

Related link: Rilling’s Norwalk mayoral coffers stuffed by 18 donors giving maximum

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3 responses to “Rilling claims most Norwalk donors in second quarter”

  1. Tim T

    Rilling would be worst than Moccia as Mayor and that’s saying something . He was a nightmare running one department in the city and now wants to run the whole city. Only in government would anyone have that nerve. Also taking into account his failure to condemn the violence in “Amanda Brown Gate” this proves he is not a leader.

  2. Daisy

    I don’t think Rilling shows any great character strength. When he was Police Chief, even tho he was officially neutral by necessity, he was obviously supporting Moccia & Co. and attended numerous GOP functions. But then he decides he wants to be Mayor, so he flips. Shades of Hillary Clinton suddenly wanting to be a New Yorker.

  3. Mike McNally

    Mayor Rilling will turn Norwalk around and we ALL look forward to his stint in office. You are supported, Harry!

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