Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Sheriff Paul Babeu's Congressional Campaign falls apart

Sheriff Paul Babeu is really trying to get that congressional nod. But with his scandal, being gay and being as power hungry asshole, things ain't coming together so well.

New Times reports:
Contributions to congressional hopeful Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu barely trickled in during March, with the once-popular lawman pocketing a mere $6,700 in the wake of multiple scandals that have enveloped him, his agency and his campaign.

By comparison, Congressman Paul Gosar, who is also running for a seat in Arizona's Fourth Congressional District, raised $80,000 that same month.

Overall, Babeu raised $144,007 during the first three months of this year -- which represents a little more than half of the $263,000 he was able to raise in the last three months of 2011.

Gosar managed to pull in $115,000 during the first quarter of the year, and although he was out-raised by Babeu during the same time period, it is clear that the sheriff's campaign is losing momentum. 
Oh well, judging by his pic above, Paul could be in Men At Work or Bound In Public.


Cubby said...

Despite that retina-burning flash, he's not the brightest bulb in the pack. He should move to another state.

luciferosirisarnold said...

How did he get through the military?
When I saw him CNN I felt he was unstable.

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