TOM CORBETT 2011The biggest donation of 2012 goes to Governor Corbett with one donation of 10K, another at 40K, and top it off with an additional 25K.

I can tell you that this is about thwarting a challenge from Bruce Castor who is considered an enemy of Corbett’s money man Bob Asher who happens to be a big supplier for Al Boscov.  Next time you go into a Boscov’s department store, go to the candy section, and you will notice that all the chocolates are Asher’s Chocolates as in Bob Asher.  Al Boscov needs Asher’s boy Corbett to stay in power for more pay to play games.

This now takes the grand total to $338,726.65 since Al Boscov got all that bailout money from Ed Rendell.

We are now over the 300K mark.

Source: https://www.campaignfinanceonline.state.pa.us

For a guy that continues to run unopposed one election cycle after another, because The Berks GOP has a hands off policy against anybody in The City of Reading, this guy continues to receive more and more cash.  Unconfirmed reports have suggested that The Berks GOP receives kickbacks from Tom Caltagirone and other Democrats if they agree not to run candidates against them.  State Senator Judy Schwank is another example of receiving a lot of money and is running unopposed this year.  That now takes the total amount received by Mr. Caltagirone to $1,200.00 and a grand total of $205,350.00 spent on politicians since The Boscov bailout.

Source:  https://www.campaignfinanceonline.state.pa.us

Quiet For The Moment…. Or Not?

Well you can tell this is an off year election, and therefore, Al Boscov has been quiet in donations to his political friends lately.  There are current unconfirmed sources that claim that Al Boscov has been donating to Berks County Commissioner Christian Leinbach, as well as Democrat Mayor Candidate for Reading Vaughn Spencer in the amounts of $10,000 each.  If anybody has solid information to confirm this, please leave us a comment and let us know.

We are interested in all campaign donations that Al Boscov makes since he received bailout money.

Thank you