Briley shows commanding lead in fundraising

newschannel5 | July 11, 2019

If the Metro Nashville mayoral race were decided by money alone, Mayor David Briley would be the runaway winner. The incumbent posted a clear advantage in fundraising in the latest campaign disclosures provided by the Davidson County Election Commission. Briley took in $443,116 in the second quarter. That leaves Mayor Briley with $440,194 in his war chest heading down the final stretch, a daunting total for his competitors. Briley's list of donors is a virtual who's who in Nashville: Phil Bredesen and Andrea Conte, downtown developer Bill Miller, Nashville TV show creator Callie Khouri, Ryman chair Colin Reed, Titans President Steve Underwood, and two senior Amazon executives.

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The nonprofit sector in German-speaking countries is constituted by a variety of organizations, institutions and initiatives. As in many other countries, the sector includes a wide range of organizational forms, from those providing health, education and social services to those promoting civic engagement and cultural events. These multi-functional organizations simultaneously interact within very different environments.

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The nonprofit sector in German-speaking countries is constituted by a variety of organizations, institutions and initiatives. As in many other countries, the sector includes a wide range of organizational forms, from those providing health, education and social services to those promoting civic engagement and cultural events. These multi-functional organizations simultaneously interact within very different environments.

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CAPTRUST | June 18, 2022

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iWave | June 03, 2022

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CCS Fundraising | July 28, 2022

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