I Assure you these three men want to Ensure that you vote for them to Insure

Insurance Commissioner fundraising race.

One of the overlooked races for 2007 should be the hotly contested campaign for Insurance Commissioner.  After the (Who is the real George Dale) fiasco it looked like Gary Anderson would have an opportunity to gain some traction for the Democratic primary.  Today’s financials look like this:

Dale: 135,250 Raised (136,347.48 on hand)

Anderson: 138,193.79 (47,163.70 on hand)

So in 2007 Gary Anderson has OUT RAISED George Dale but has apparently spent it all and that will hurt as the primary comes to an end.

 Republican Mike Cheney who has no primary opponent will get to save his 52,142.96 for the General Election although he has spent nearly 30k on the race thus far. 

Based on cash on hand I predict that George Dale with the power of Incumbency and more cash will win the Democratic Primary although it may be closer than some suspect because Anderson has run statewide before.  The winner (I believe Dale) will then face a possibly stiff challenge from Mike Cheney in the fall.  FUNDRAISING will again tell the tale on a race this far down ticket, the trick is to manuver your media in a way that is creative enough to force people to pay attention.

Links to June 30 Reports below

George Dale:  http://www.sos.state.ms.us/PDF-Out/000000050119.pdf 

Gary Anderson: http://www.sos.state.ms.us/PDF-Out/000000050242.pdf

Mike Cheney: http://www.sos.state.ms.us/PDF-Out/000000049802.pdf

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