Darcy Burner, Democrat
Family: Husband Mike, one son
Education: Harvard University, B.A. in computer science with a special field of economics, 1996.
Political/job experience: Program manager and group program manager, Microsoft, 2000-04; also worked at Asymetrix Learning Systems in Bellevue, Centerline Software and Lotus Development; unsuccessful candidate for Congress, 2006.
Web site: www.darcyburner.com
Campaign contributions as of March 31
Total raised — $1,396,631
Cash on hand — $921,615
The vast majority of Burner's contributions come from individuals (88 percent) compared to political action committees (10 percent).
Microsoft Corp. — $84,794
EMILY's List (PAC that works to elect female Democrats who support abortion rights) — $32,850
University of Washington — $30,700
ActBlue (PAC that supports Democratic candidates) — $30,532
Costco Wholesale — $11,500
AmeriPAC: The Fund for a Greater America (leadership PAC affiliated with Rep. Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md.)- $10,000
Sheet Metal Workers Union — $10,000
United Food & Commercial Workers Union — $10,000
National Leadership PAC (leadership PAC affiliated with Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-N.Y.)- $9,000
Democratic Party of Washington — $7,120
Xkl LLC — $6,350
American Association for Justice (trial lawyers association and lobby) — $5,000
American Federation of Teachers — $5,000
Communications Workers of America — $5,000
International Longshoremen's Association — $5,000
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers — $5,000
Ironworkers Union — $5,000
Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union — $5,000
Plumbers/Pipefitters Union — $5,000
United Steelworkers — $5,000
Sen. Patty Murray
Sen. Maria Cantwell
Washington State Labor Council
Source: Burner campaign
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