- Gov. Mitch Daniels ($285,000)
- Indiana Republican State Committee ($228,000)
- Greater Indianapolis Finance Committee ($58,000)
- Attorney General Greg Zoeller ($22,000)
- Marion Co. GOP ($18,200)
- Former U.S. Rep. Baron Hill ($5,600)
- Former Marion Co. Prosecutor Carl Brizzi ($193,000)
- Lawrence Mayor Paul Ricketts ($40,000)
The trustee is also trying to recover money paid to several Indianapolis law firms a short time before the company's demise. To date, only Taft Stettinius has returned money to the trustee ($20,000). The trustee is still trying to recover from Voyles, Zahn, Paul, Hogan & Merriman ($50,000), Riley Bennett & Egloff ($75,000) and Rubin & Levin ($70,000).
Trustee expenses to date have totaled over $520,000, leaving net proceeds of just a little over $1.8 million. Suffice it to say, the investors in Fair Finance will recover very little of the money they invested in Fair Finance.
CORRECTION: The original post indicated the return of a $1,000 campaign contribution to Judge Rosenberg's campaign committee. It has been brought to my attention by Judge Rosenberg's campaign treasurer that the campaign committee referenced in the trustee's report was not Judge Rosenberg's committee; it was the "Rothenberg for Judge Committee." I regret the error and apologize to Judge Rosenberg for the confusion that the earlier report created.