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4, Page A-12 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 24, 2014 continued from page A-1 Of his 291 donations, one, or 0.3 per- cent is from out of state. Individuals account for 86 percent, or $17,866, of all Griffey's campaign donations. The donation from the Ma- son County Republican Women's Club accounts for another 9.6 percent of Griffey's campaign funds. His remain- ing funds have been raised from busi- nesses and other sources. Josiah Rowell has raised a total of $36,880.25. His largest campaign con- tributor, with a $5,000 donation, is the 35th Legislative Republican Central Committee. Of his 349 total contributions, two, or 0.5 percent, are from out of state. Individuals account for 73.6 percent, or $27,160, of Rowelrs campaign funds. The contribution from the Republican committee accounts for 13.5 percent; PAC donations are 5.1 percent, or $1,555, of his campaign funds. State Representative Position 2 -- 35th Legislative District Incumbent Drew MacEwen (R- Union) has raised $46,058 in his bid for re-election to the 35th district's state representative Position 2. MacEwen was first elected in 2012. His single largest contribution has been $2,000 from the Mason County Republican Party. The Squaxin Island Tribe donated $1,000 and 12 compa- nies or organizations made donations of $900 each. Of his 220 total contributions, 14, or 6.3 percent, are from out of state. Of MacEwen's total campaign contributions, donations from indi- viduals accounted for 36.1 percent, or $16,627.50; businesses donated 25.8 percent, or $11,913, PACs donated 18.9 percent, or $8,750, and contributions from political parties accounted for $5.4 percent, or $2,500. MacEwen's challenger, Tam- mey Newton (D-Allyn), has raised $12,400.62. Of her 131 total contributions, 1, or 0.7 percent, is from out of state. Newton has received nearly 60 per- cent of her donations, or $7,420.62 from private individuals; 16.9 percent, or $2,100 from PACs; 10.4 percent, or $1,300 from unions; and 10 percent, or $1,250, from businesses. Newton's four largest single dona- tions were for $950 each. She has also received $1,762.61 spread out over six donations from the Waypoint Consult- ing Group of Seattle and its employees. State Senator -- 35th Legislative District Tim Sheldon (D-Potlatch) was first elected to the state Senate in 1996, and is running against Irene Bowl- ing, a Democrat from Kitsap County, and Travis Couture, a Republican from Belfair. $64,325, businesses contributed 38 percent, or $56,300 and individuals gave 18.4 perce t, or $27,359 to Shel- don's campaign Bowling has raised a total of $61,627.46. largest contributor is the Kitsap County Democratic Central Committee witl $2,500. Of her 361 total donations, eight, or 2.2 percent, are ifrom outside Washing- ton. I Bowling has I received 58.8 percent Sheldon has raised a total of of her donations, or $36,289, from in- $147,989 from three sources: PACs,dividuals, 29 percent, or $17,971.46 businesses and individuals. He re-from PACs, $2,550 from political par- ceived $5 from another source, ties and 4.4 percent, or $2,700 from Of Sheldon's 401 total contributions, other sources. She has also received 65, or 16.2 percent, are from out of $1,400 from u ions and $650 from Washington. businesses, has Couture received $13,106 in All contributions to Sheldon's cam- paign are for $950 or less, however, some groups gave money for both the primary and general elections. The Centurylink Washington PAC, the Council of Police Political Support, the DOCPAC of Washington and the Puget Sound Pilots PAC and the Washing- ton Multi-Family Housing Association each gave two donations of $950, one each for the primary and general elec- tion. PACs account for 43.4 percent, or contributions, $~1.4 percent of which, or $9,361 comeslfrom individuals. Of his 114 to al contributions, eight, or 7 percent, are from out of state. His largest c ntributor was the Ma- son County Republican Central Com- mittee with $2,000, accounting for 15.2 percent of his cohtributions. Businesses have contributed 5.3 percent, or and other sources ac- count for nearly! 8 percent, or $1,045 of his total funds. Tim Sheldon (D) ---- $ ! Individual 27,359 Business $56,300 Irene g (D) .......... + =:,,.,oo Other s2,722- -- Business ~650 - PAC s64,325 PAC Sl 7,971 Individual $36,289 Travis Couture (R) ..................................... Other $1,045 Party $2,000 -- Business s700 ~m ShI Contributions t eldon s147,989 I Irene Bowling s61,627 Travis Couture$13,106 Source: Washington Pulc iic Disdosure Commission, July 21,2014 [t.l:[=l i li l In |Ylt,l,,ll t].'HI i Political Contributions in 35th Dist., House of Re )resentatives, Pos. 2 Drew MacEwen (R) Tammey Newton (D) S6,268 $ -- Union 1,300 -- Party s2,500 I S Bus'ness 11,913 $ Business 1,250 PAC $8250 PAC s2,1 O0 Individual s7,420 S Individual 16,627 Total Contributions Drew MacEwen 46,058 ' rnmey Ne~on 12,400 Source: Wlshlr~Fo~ Publk Dlsdo|ure Cammls~on, July 21, 2014