Non- Cash Campaign Contributions
Some non- cash contributions to political campaigns are easy enough to understand. I was listed as making a non- cash contribution to the No On Measure T campaign for something like $350 for developing the campaign web page. Others aren't so clear. Today's Times- Standard lists some contributions to current local campaigns.
Virginia Bass lists a non- cash donation worth $900.00 in the form of a load of concrete. What on earth would a load of concrete be used for? Chris Kerrigan lists a non- cash contribution worth $1,109.00 of hand crafted jewelry. I'm guessing that will be raffled off for cash? Anyone know for sure? What about that load of concrete?