State Senator Bob Dutton, candidate for CD 31, is the beneficiary of a super-pac created by his Father Ted Dutton.

By PE Politics
May 8, 2012 9:29 AM

Newly posted Federal Election Commission reports show more than $21,400 in spending in support of State Sen. Bob Dutton, who is vying to represent California’s 31st Congressional District.

The money came from a group called Inland Empire Taxpayers for Jobs, a so-called SuperPac allowed to raise and spend unlimited amounts of money through independent expenditures.

The group had raised $55,000 as of the end of last month, according to FEC records. Of that, $15,000 came from Ted Dutton (Bob’s father), while another $10,000 came from Urban Advisors, Inc. (owned by the elder Dutton.) The committee also received $25,000 from Prime Healthcare Services of Ontario and Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. of Fontana gave $5,000.

Dutton Sr., and principals in Prime Healthcare and Burrtec have been generous to Sen. Dutton before, giving tens of thousands of dollars to his state campaigns.

The money spent by the SuperPac on behalf of the Rancho Cucamonga Republican paid for Design, Printing, Mailing and Postage, according to the FEC.

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