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Page A-18 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 ) ) continued from page A-1 Her campaign has spent $185,945.97, with her largest expense be- ing $104,000, which went to Chinook Con- sulting. 35th Legislative District, State Rep. Pos. 1 State Rep. Kathy Haigh (D-Shelton) and Republican challenger Dan Griffey of Allyn are vying against each oth- er for the third time. Haigh's campaign has raised $169,575.45. Her largest contributor was the House Demo- cratic Campaign Com- mittee, with $50,000 spread over two dona- tions on Sept. 26 and Oct. 29. Haigh has spent $51,509 -- about one-third of her total donations. Her larg- est expenses are two $12,383 payments to Chinook Consulting. Griffey's campaign has raised $125,921. His largest donor is the House Republican Or- ganizational Commit- tee, which has donated $80,000 spread over four separate payments Aug. 15, Sept. 1, Sept. 27 and Oct. 1. Griffey has spent $87,240. His largest ex- penditure is $30,000 to Media Plus in Tacoma on Oct. 3. 35th Legislative District, State Rep. Pos. 2 Incumbent State Rep. Drew MacEwen (R-Union) has served in the Legislature since 2012. He is challenged by Democrat Tammey Newton of Allyn. MacEwen's campaign has raised $98,569.20. His largest donations, of $2,000 each, are from the Kitsap, Mason and Thurston counties. We invite you to be the power that makes great things happen by living united and investing in what matters today; bringing neighbors and resources together to advance the common good right here in Mason County. 221 W. Railroad Ave. Suite-12, Shelton, WA 98584 360-426-4999 unitedwaymasonco.org VolunteerMason.o~g Like us on Facebook, LIVE UNITED Unitect UJ~ t-- MacEwen has spent $80,141.43. His largest expense was $20,000 to the Wickers Group of San Francisco for a TV advertisement. Newton has raised $92,172.07. Her largest campaign donation is $30,000 from the House Democratic Caucus Campaign Committee. She has spent $46,927.96, the larg- est was $22,204, which went to Chinook Con- sulting. Mason County races Incumbent Mason County Commissioner Terri Jeffreys is run- ning for the second time in District 3 as an independent. She was first elected in Novem- ber 2012 to fill the un- expired term of former Commissioner Jerry Lingle, who died in 2011. Jeffreys' campaign has raised $4,396.59. The Washington Real- tors Political Action Committee is Jeffreys' single-largest contribu- tor with a June 30 dona- tion of $950. As of last week, Jef- freys' campaign had spent $3,934. Her larg- est expenditure is for $883.20 for advertising with the Mason County Journal. Jeffreys will appear on the ballot alongside Dean Byrd. Byrd filed with the PDC but sus- Clerk Virginia (Ginger) Brooks, Coroner Wes Stockwell, Prosecutor Michael Dorcy, Sheriff Casey Salisbury and Treasurer Elisabeth (Lisa) Frazier are all running unopposed. Incumbent Mason County Assessor Melody Peterson, a Democrat, will be challenged by Patti McLean, an admin- istrative data technician in the Assessos Of- fice who states no party preference. Peterson was first elected as assessor in November 2010. McLean won the chance to be on the gen- eral election ballot after getting 1.47 percent of the vote in the Aug. 5 primary as a write-in candidate. She states no party preference. The above candidates all declared their candi- dacy with the PDC, but not all have filed docu- ments regarding cam- paign contributions. Dorcy has only de- clared one contribution -- a $100 donation from county resident Patrick Tarzwell. Candidates receiv- ing less than $5,000 in donations and less than $500 from any contribu- tor are not required to file detailed reports with the PDC. Mason County PUD 3 Commission Pos. 2 Incumbent Mason County PUD 3 Commis- who has donated $3,500 to Farmer's campaign over four separate do- nations. While campaign con- tributions to many state and local offices are lim- ited by law, no such lim- its apply to candidates for public utility district commissions, according to the PDC. Farmer's largest single expenditure is for $1,215 on Oct. 8 to Shelton-based KMAS- AM for advertising. Komen has said that he and his wife, Diane, are self-financing his campaign. According to PDC records, they have raised $26,000 and spent $25,961. Komen's largest single expenditure is $4,300 to the Kitsap Sun on Feb. 10. 10th Congressional District -- U.S. Rep. Republican Joyce Mc- Donald of Puyallup is challenging incumbent U.S. Rep. Denny Heck (D-Olympia), first elect- ed to Congress in 2012, in the general election. Information on Con- gressional campaign fundraising comes from the Federal Election Commission (FEC). Heck's campaign raised almost $1.7 mil- lion between Janu- ary 2013 and Sept. 30, 2014. He has received no campaign contri- butions above $5,000 Global Strategy Group for opinion research. McDonald's cam- paign has raised $72,831. The majority of her campaign donations come from individuals, none of whom donated more than $2,600. McDonald has spent $50,839. Her largest ex- penditure was $4,507 spent on July 14 to Xpress Printing for yard signs. 6th Congressional District -- U.S. Rep. Incumbent U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-Gig Harbor), first elected to Congress in 2012, is challenged in the gen- eral election by Repub- lican Marty McClendon of Gig Harbor. Kilmer's campaign has raised more than $1.8 million from Janu- ary 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014. His campaign has not received a sin- gle donation of more than $5,000. Almost 50 percent of donations to Kilmer's campaign came from individuals. Kilmer's campaign has spent $719,081. His largest expenditure was $28,000 to Fairbank Maslin Maullin Metz & Associates Inc., a company that conducts public-opinion research, polling and advises on political strategy. According to the FEC, McClendon's cam- paign raised $24,551 between April and Sept. pended his campaign s' r Tom Farmerhas but hasl0aned his OWn '-:30. cClendon himself shortly after filing =for se -ved on the utility's campaign $15,500, alI is his largest contribu- candidacy with the Ma'Board of Commission- but $1,000 of which has tor, having given $4,740 son County Auditor's ers since 2008. Former been repaid, to his campaign. Office. journalist John Komen According to the McClendon has spent Byrd spent $963.68 is challenging Farmer.FEC, Heck's campaign $22,071. His largest on his campaign before Farmer's campaign has spent a total of expense was a $4,000 he dropped out. has raised $9,716. His$1,026,172. 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