Saturday Snap – An Updated #skndpldr Chart of @ryanmeili Fundraising & Social Media Success

With the release of the January financials on Friday, I need to update the chart I posted on Thursday to create a snapshot of a different kind than I usually post.

Ryan Meili’s team is consistently proving in this Leadership Race that they can provide exactly what the NDP needs at this point in time – fundraising success ($30,000+ more than their nearest rival and roughly double what Cam and Erin have each brought in), huge numbers of membership sales to new and renewing members, and effective social media outreach.

The Story of the #skndpldr Race as of February 16, 2013

Cam Broten Ryan Meili Erin Weir Trent Wotherspoon
Fundraising
Total Fundraising $69,000 $122,000 $54,000 $91,000
Best Single Month $25,000 $ 35,000  $15,000 $24,000
Total Surplus $9,000 $ 19,000    $10,000 $1,000
Social Media
Facebook Likes 1137 2416 548 1381
Facebook “Talking About” 158 588 14 150

If you include the previous numbers I posted, it’s interesting to see how much the numbers change in a couple days, not only because of the January financial results but also with the candidates having participated in the final Leadership Forum earlier today which has had a minor positive or negative effect on all of their Facebook numbers.

The Story of the #skndpldr Race as of February 16, 2013 (February 14, 2013 in brackets)

Cam Broten Ryan Meili Erin Weir Trent Wotherspoon
Fundraising
Total Fundraising $69,000 ($44,000) $122,000 ($88,000) $54,000 ($40,000) $91,000 ($74,000)
Best Single Month $25,000 ($20,000) $35,000   ($30,000) $15,000 ($15,000) $24,000 ($24,000)
Total Surplus $9,000  ($15,000) $19,000    ($19,000) $10,000 ($7,000) $1,000 ($3,000)
Social Media
Facebook Likes 1137 (1130) 2416 (2408) 548 (549) 1381 (1380)
Facebook “Talking About” 158 (141) 588 (469) 14  (8) 150 (163)

 

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