Irons Has Debts and Cash



Civil District Court Judge Paulette Irons will be the guest of honor this week at a re-election fundraiser for her Section “H” campaign this fall. Meanwhile, her latest campaign finance reports, dated Feb. 14, show the incumbent judge has both funds and debts left over from two previous races

— her successful 2004 campaign for the bench and her strong third-place finish for mayor in 2002. Irons’ judicial campaign reported a war chest of $32,746 on hand with $7,100 in debts by the end of last year, according to Marseah Delatte, chair of Irons’ judicial campaign. Meanwhile, Irons’ campaign for mayor reported $18,593 left from her 2002 race, with $25,969 in debts owed two Washington D.C.-based political consulting firms — $20,000 to Laguens Hamburger Strategies and $5,969 to Lake Snell Perry Mermin & Associates.

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