Contributions, expenditures for each local candidate

Kelli Ameling kameling@ptleader.com
Posted 7/18/18

 A candidate for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has the highest budget so far for the 2018 election period coming in at more than $12,000 in contributions.Elected officials must declare how …

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Contributions, expenditures for each local candidate

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A candidate for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has the highest budget so far for the 2018 election period coming in at more than $12,000 in contributions.

Elected officials must declare how much they plan to raise and spend during their campaign trail through two options - mini-reporting or full-reporting.

The mini-reporting option allows candidates to raise and spend no more than $5,000 in addition to filing fees and including charges for local and state voter pamphlets, noting they will not spend more than $500 in the aggregate from any contributor except themselves.

The full-reporting option notes candidates for elected officials will file frequent campaign reports required by law. 

Below are a list of candidate contributions and expenditures for Jefferson County seats filed with the Public Disclosure Commission.

 

Auditor

Jefferson County Auditor Rose Ann Carroll has received $1,797.68 in contributions, and had $1,097.68 in expenditures.

 

Assessor

Jefferson County Assessor Jeffrey Chapman received $0 in contributions and has $0 expenditures.

 

Clerk

Jefferson County Clerk Ruth Gordon has received $0 in contributions and has $0 expenditures.

 

Commission District 3

Jefferson County Commissioner District 3 Candidate Ryan Mc Allister has received $10,468.51 in contributions, and had $6,927.90 in expenditures.

Mc Allister’s biggest contributions came from Laurel Burik, Matthew Woodward, Carla Woodward and John Crooks, who contributed a total of $5,000.

Other contributors are Linda Callahan, David Comeau, Juliet Parfrey, Ruth Ross, Daniel Sutton, Small Contributions totaling $259.51, John Connella, Lauri Chambers, Karla Cole, Dawn Darlington, Ruth Aumack, Linda Brewster, Jo Ann Comstock, Grettel Cortes, Carmen Aguirre, Andrew Dennis, Robert Domin, Robert McDaniel, Hannah McFarland, Katrin Nelson, Linda Sutton, Stig Pargrey, Ionela Radulescu, Rick Doherty, Ronald Strange, Gene Hart, Diane Jerich-Domin, Melissa Morris, Teresa Amaya, Ronald Nelson, Mel Christensen, Theresa Sharp, Catherine Cook, Mike Schnyder, Celeste Bennett, Ariana Davis, Fred Stern, anonymous contributions totaling $37, Kathleen Desluriers, Kristine Deweese and Robert Fuentes.

His biggest expense, which he has only reported from Feb. 15 through May 22, was to Capitol City Press Inc. in the amount of $1,348.88 for signs.

Other expenses include, cards, fundraiser supplies, T-shirts, filing fees, parade fees, banner, meet and greet, laptop, buttons, yard signs, large signs, advertising, buttons and postcards to Don’s Buttons, Hadlock QFC, Alliance Graphics, Jefferson County, Rhody Parade, Ferinos Pizza, Best Buy, The Leader and Peninsula Daily News.

 

Jefferson County Commissioner District 3 Candidate Gregory Brotherton has received $7,837.67 in contributions, and had $5,547.29 in expenditures.

Brotherton’s biggest contributors are Thomas Brotherton, Scott Freeman and Cassandra Brotherton, each contributing $500.

Other contributors Thomas Meyer, Samuel Shoen, Michelle Sandoval, Brian Roe, Linda Abbott-Roe, Linda Herzog, John Fabian, small contributions totaling $176, Todd Feinstein, Sandy Shea, David Satterlee, Christine Satterlee, Eric Anderson, James Dziuba, Judith Dziuba, Melinda Bryden, Robert Bindschadler, Jim Brewer, Ezra Eickmeyer, Ron Hayes, Alise Moss Vetica, Merrily Mount, Peter Newland, Christina Olson, Susie Vass, Judith Woods, Liz Reuthinger, Connie Gallant, Wayne Siscoe, JD Gallant, Erica Pemberton, Paul Rice, Peggy Siscoe, Brian Cullin, Neil Lamka, Christine Lleqellyn, Robert Marett, Susan Marett, Hames Munn, Kristin Nelson, Chuck Thrasher and Jess Norton.

His biggest expenditures, which were reported from March 22 through May 31, were to Capitol City Press for buttons and signs in the amount of $1,704.29 and Printery Communications for emit envelopes slimjims in the amount of $1,444.41.

Other expenses included service charges statement fee, slimjims, check printing, double-sided signs, handling fee, establishing a website and provide for electronic donations, campaign management training yard signs, pizza and beverages and envelopes to Kitsap Bank, Printery Communications, Harland Clarke, The Station, Credit Transfer Stripe, Anya Callahan, Camp Wellstone, 101 Brewery at Twana and SOS printing.

Jefferson County Commissioner District 3 Candidate Jon Cooke has received $4,034.40 in contributions, and had $1,703.47 in expenditures.

Cooke’s biggest contributor was Jefferson County Republicans in the amount of $1,000.

Other contributors are Jon Cooke, Sherry Cooke, Bob Gunther, John Boulton, Ron Riggle, Lynn Hisey, Gene Farr, Karen Farr, Rim Radliff, Robert Zornes, Betty Bobo, Howard Cooke, Jon Cooke, Carol Crosby, Steve Crosby, Margaret Reep, Julie Martin, Donna Stamper, Shirley Tarr, Eleanor Pierce and anonymous contributions totaling $20.

His biggest expenditure, which he reported from April 23 through May 21, was $452.35 for campaign signs to The Sign Station.

Other expenditures included flags for signs, loan repayment and campaign business checks to United States Flags, Jon Cooke and Delux.

Cooke received $1,019.37 in loans, and has repaid $189.46.

 

Jefferson County Commissioner District 3 Candidate Craig Durgan received $1,095.18 in contributions, and had $795.18 in expenditures.

Durgan’s biggest contributor was an in-kind donation from himself for $795.18. Other contributors were Laurie Hampton for $300.

He did not have a list of expenditures listed through the PDC.

 

Prosecutor

Jefferson County Prosecutor Candidate James Kennedy has received $9,927.59 in contributions, and had $6,216.01 in expenditures.

Kennedy’s biggest contribute was from All City Bail Bond Co., in the amount of $1,000.

Other contributors are Johanna Vanderlee, Jennifer Ashcraft, Christopher Ashcraft, David Bruce, Michael Hendrickson, James Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, David Alvarez, Robin Stemen, Chad mcHenry, Juelie Dalzell, Brent Davis, Wendy Davis, Krystal Kennedy, Kathleen Larkin, Law Urquia, Margaret and Adam Sturdivant, Lynn Hume, Travor Hanse, Brent Davis, Wendy Davis, Christopher Ashcraft, Mary Whitney, John Ammeter, Cass Brotherton, Tom Brotherton, Alison Danz, Kevin Denny, Elwin McPherson, Walter Perry, Real Robles Jr., Yvette Stairett, Ameet Birring, anonymous contributions totaling $95, Frank Gifford, Christin Harris, Roger Kennedy, James lucarello, Clinic Rienstra, Benjamin Stamper, Donna Stamper, Elizabeth Stewart, Mark Stewart and Omar Delgado. 

His biggest expense outside of his filing fee of $1,421.17, was to Capital City Press in the amount of $1,076.38 for yard signs, which were reported between March 14 and May 22.

Other expenditures were website monthly fee, fundraising mechanism, fundraising fees, stationary, parade entry, postage, photocopies, checks, magnetic car signs, advertising, renting fees, buttons, logo design and campaign photographs to Campaign Partners, Paypal, SOS Printing, Rhody Grand Parade, Mail Plus Port Townsend, Don’s Pharmacy, Harland Clark Check Orders, DRI Printing Services, Facebook, Capital City Press, city of Port Townsend (rental fees), Netbrand Media Corp, Selle Brandt and Deja Vu Photography.

 

Jefferson County Prosecutor Candidate Michael Haas has received $3,150 in contributions, and had $1,699.68 in expenditures.

Haas’ biggest contributions were from Kristi Helmecke and Steven Fager each contributing $1,000.

Other contributors are Michael Haas, Hannah mcFarland, Dave Thomas, michael Defilippo, Chuck Henry, Dawn Darrington and small contributions totaling $50.

His biggest expenditures and only expenditures reported from May 4 through May 17 was his filing fee of $1,421.17 and an entry into the Rhody Parade for $100.

 

Sheriff

Jefferson County Sheriff Candidate Joe Nole has received $12,497 in contributions, and had $6,771.71 in expenditures.

Nole’s biggest contributor was himself with a cash contribution $5,055 and in-kind contribution of $1,212.

Other contributors are Don Hasley, Mary mcDowell, Hank Sukert, John Raymond, Ken Sukert, Kathy Sukert, Halie Duke, Peter Piccino, Frank Hundley, Whitney Maxfield, Gray Maxfield, Kevin Denney, Jane Armstrong, Gretchen Copeland, John Crooks, Richard davies, Brian Anderson, Gary Engbrecht, Ronald Kosec, Sandra Kosec, Mel Mefford, Kate Pike, June Sinclair, Ben Stamper, Bill Wells, David Woodruff, Jeanette Woodruff, anonymous contributions totaling $75, Li Ding Salopek, Mark Salopek, Gayle Schenk, Cheryl Miller, Dave Miller, Ashley Moore, David Kaldahl, Charles Hoins, Don Johnson, Lenora Johnson, Louis Johnson, Jennifer Newman, Robert Marett and George Randels.

Nole’s biggest expenditures reported from April 27 to May 17 was for campaign signs, banners and t-shirts in the amount of $2,060 to The Station.

Other expenditures include endorsement forms, campaign handouts, printing, campaign checks, file folders, paper, room rental, campaign photos, cleaning/damage deposit, parade entry and post office rental box to Printery Communications, Costco, Staples, OlyCAP (rental and deposit fees), Becky Chamberlin, The Station, Rhody Parade, USPS. 

 

Jefferson County Sheriff Candidate David Stanko has received $9,512.81 in contributions, and had $4,096.27 in expenditures.

Stanko’s biggest contributor, outside of himself for an in-kind contribution of $1,324.17, were Bonnie Strickland and Homer Smith each contributing $1,000.

Other contributors are Steven Silberman, John Ammeter, Jonathan Langdon, David Parisi, Larry Kallanbarger, Steve Gross, Brian Richie, Mark Getzendaner, Eric Lucas, Brent Garrett and Nancy McKibbin.

His biggest contribution, reported between June 25 through July 10, was for signs from The Station for $670.35.

Other contributions include stamps, advertising and sign meeting HDW to Carl’s Building Supply, Sound Publishing and Mail Plus.

 

Treasurer

Jefferson County Treasurer Stacie Prada received $0 in contributions and has $0 expenditures.

 

PUD

Jefferson County PUD District 3 Candidate Daniel Toepper has received $1,945 in contributions, and had $382.80 in expenditures.

Toepper’s biggest contributors were Michael Gould and the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302 each contributing $500.

Other contributors are Daniel Toepper, anonymous contributions totaling $200, Ron Riggle, Peggy Reep, Marilyn Knutson, Kathleen Roden, Kenneth Roden and Robert Knuston. 

His biggest expenditure, reported from April 16 through May 23, was for website programming to Youra Media in the amount of $250. Other expenditures was a post office box for $70 to the USPS.

 

Jefferson County PUD District 3 Candidate Thomas Brotherton has received $350 in contributions, and had $1,863.06 in expenditures.

Brotherton’s biggest contributors was Wayne Siscoe for $150. Other contributors were Melinda Bryden and Ronald Hayes. 

His biggest expenditure, reported from May 7 to May 16 was for yard signs from Capitol City Press in the amount of $861.10.

Other expenditures were for filing fees, shirts, cards and envelopes to Jefferson County, custom Ink and Printery Communications.

 

District Court Judge

Jefferson County District Court Judge Candidate Mindy Walker has received $9,764.47 in contributions, and had $6,880.04 in expenditures.

Walker’s biggest contributor outside of her own in-kind contribution of 42,449.21, was Johanna Vanderlee in the amount of $1,000.

Other contributors are Doris Hardyman, Marta Walker, Michelle Sandoval, David Parisi, Steven Frager, Juelanne Dalzell, Lorraine Rimson, John Fabian, Eva Weber, small contributions totaling $220, Gina Johnston, Linda Abbott-Roe, Brian Roe, Gary Williams, Dave Woodruff, Jeanette Woodruff, Tom Brotherton, Teresa Nomura, Bruce Loeffler, Alyssa Corra, Phyllis Speser, Judy Tough, Jim Tough, Byron Wilson, Bonnie Corra, Bonnie Corra, Debbi Steele, Beth Lorbre, Laura Tucker, Linda Brewster, Peter Bonyun, Eva Weber, Diane Wilson, Adele Govert, Lilly Kaide, Linda Karp, Jenifer Taylor, Robert Marett, Susan Marett, Dean Morgan, Dennis Daneau, Deborah Pedersen, Bruce Cowan and anonymous contributions totaling $5.

Her biggest expenditures, reported for April 30 to May 22, was for a $1,975.98 “debit” to Johnson-Cox Printing Company.

Other expenditures include t-shirts, a check to Susan Picatti, yard signs and a banner to Eva Weber, Susan Picatti, Xpress Sign Co and Mindy Walker.

 

Jefferson County District Court Judge Candidate Noah Harrison has received $7,028.47 in contributions, and had $6,205.98 in expenditures.

Harrison’s biggest contribution was from himself for $3,000.

Other contributors was from Megan Jacobson, Molly Lang, Jared Marlow, Beverly Malagon, Gary Maxfield, Davos Capital LLC, Petta Matthew, Sarah Rubenstein, Molly Parker, Judith Cavett, Trevor Hansen, Bonnie Hanson-Buckley, Maureen Jacobson, Jeanne McMillen, Jill Failing, William Darlington, David Darlington, William Gamble, Kate Gamble, Amy Yaley and small contributions in the amount of $25.

Outside of his filing fee in the amount of $1,610.92 to Jefferson County, his biggest expense was for campaign signs in the amount of 41,347.64 to Capital City Press.

Other expenditures include door hangers, supplies for Rhody Run, signs, linens, food, fairground booth rental, flowers, Rhody parade, bumper magnets, banners, buttons and stickers, T-shirts, website and website design to SOS Printing, Safeway Store, Gotprint.com, Northwest Rentals, Aimee McMillen, Patsy Caldwell, Willow Wind Farms, Rhody Grand Parade, Vista Print, BuildASign, Stickermule and SEO Bandwagon.

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