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Senate candidate Reginald Crossley: No 2014 disclosure


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Leaders in the public sector have plenty of public resources to promote their political views, accomplishments and experience. Often the public record holds much more: personal and campaign finance disclosures, expense reports, and business, tax and court filings. Here’s what they show: 

Alex Reginald Crossley

Running in SD 38 (Fulton & Cobb counties)

Campaign website



Reginald Crossley

Reginald Crossley

Reginald Crossley failed to file a disclosure of his personal finances, which was due March 18, for his 2014 campaign. The following information is based on the disclosure filed for his 2012 Senate campaign.

Political career

  • Ran for the Senate in 2012, losing to incumbent Horacena Tate, 77% to 23%.
  • Faces Tate again in the May 2014 Democratic primary.


  • Program manager, Fulton County Department of Human Services.

Business ownership interests

  • None disclosed.

Other fiduciary positions

  • None disclosed.

Real estate holdings

  • None disclosed.

Other investments

  • None disclosed.

Payments from state agencies

  • None disclosed.

Campaign contributions

Donors have contributed more than $20,000 in cash and services to Crossley’s campaign committee since 2012. The breakdown by election cycle:

  • 2012: $13,193
  • 2014: $6,950
  • Reported cash on hand (April 2014): $5,190

Top donors

  • $2,000 Sharing & Caring LLC, Doraville, Ga.
  • $2,000 Angel Tatum, Atlanta, Ga., consultant
  • $1,500 Gardy Delerme, Lithia Springs, Ga., enrollment services assistant Georgia State University (in-kind services)
  • $1,000 executives of Advanced Therapeutic Concepts, College Park, Ga.
  • $1,000 Keisha Dent, Atlanta, Ga., head chef, Soul Catering

Campaign-to-campaign donations

Candidates may make political donations with campaign funds, allowing prolific fund-raisers to share their contributions with other legislators or candidates. Some advocacy groups believe such transfers should be limited to an aggregate of $10,000 per election cycle. Crossley’s committee has made no such donations.





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