Jane Burgess releases her latest campaign finance report
Zionsville, IN – Jane Burgess, candidate in the May 2023 Republican primary for Zionsville Mayor, filed her first campaign finance report showing she raised an impressive amount — almost $70,000. The Burgess campaign showed a significant cash on hand advantage with $52,075 in the bank compared to her opponent, John Stehr, with just $19,614.
The Burgess campaign had 130 individual donors with an average donation of $400. Of those donors, 113 donors live in Zionsville. The campaign has scheduled more fundraisers and meet and greets in the coming weeks and expects to have the resources needed to get their message out for the May primary.
In contrast, Stehr’s campaign report showed that he had cash contributions of $19,986 with just 33 donors from Zionsville.
“With 96 days until the May 2nd primary, I look forward to using my skills and knowledge to restore our financial reputation and repair working relationships to the benefit of our town." said Burgess. "In addition, I will focus on making our economic development climate more competitive to better expand and diversify our tax base.”
Burgess’s campaign is centered on three primary issues — Smart Economic Development and Jobs, Fiscal Responsibility & Leadership, and Public Safety.