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Wagner Campaign Flooded With Thousands of Dollars From Special Interests
Eaton County Drain Commissioner Richard Wagner has received tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from vendors, lawyers, consultants, and engineers since taking office in 2012.
By The Numbers
This highlights the almost $100,000 in campaign contributions Drain Commissioner Wagner has received while in office.
Engineers and Consultants Have Contributed Over $50,000 to Wagner Campaign Since 2012
Engineering Firms and Consultants have Received
More than 2 Million in Maintenance Work
Payments Since Wagner Took Office.
Lawyers Have Contributed Over
$17,000 to Wagner Campaign.
Law Firms have Received More than $600,000 for Maintenance Work Since
Wagner Took Office.
Construction Sector Employees Have Contributed Over $20,000 to Wagner Campaign Since 2012
Construction Firms have Received More than $2.5 Million in Maintenance Work Since Wagner Took Office.
Fees Skyrocket Under
Consulting Fees Have Gone
From 13% to 90% of Maintenance Costs
Legal and Engineering fees have skyrocketed while Drain Commissioner Wagner has been in office, eating up taxpayer dollars that could be spent on pipe and concrete.