How much are the candidates spending and who is contributing?

Curious how much candidates are spending on the races for San Juan County Sheriff, Prosecutor and District Court Judge? Washington State Public Disclosure Commission updates its files daily. The overview reports for each candidate include the two 45 contributors to each campaign, the total collected, and total spent. Individual reports also detail the names of the contributors. 

Here we have listed the totals collected, spent and links to the reports on each of the two candidates for Sheriff and the two candidates for Prosecutor. The candidates are listed in alphabetical order.

Race for San Juan County District Court Judge

Stephen Brandli's campaign has reported $7,612.06  in campaign funds as of September 21, 2018. 

A report on the PDC website shows six contributions totaling $2,200.00 and an in-kind donation of $2,206.03. The campaign has a loan of $3,206.03. Details, including a list of contributors can be viewed on the PDC website.

Expenditures total $3,263.09.

Carolyn M. Jewett's campaign has reported $4,017.44 in campaign funds as of September 21, 2018. 

A report on the PDC website shows eight contributions totaling $1,820.40 and three in-kind donations totaling of $2,197.04. Details, including a list of contributors can be viewed on the PDC website.

Expenditures total $3,437.44.

Race for San Juan County Sheriff

Jeff Asher's campaign for sheriff has reported $5,621.34 in campaign funds as of September 21, 2018.

A report on the PCD website lists 13 contributions ranging from $50 to $1,000 and totaling $4,050.00. An in-kind donation of $1,191.34 is also listed. Details, including a list of contributors, can be found on the PDC website.

Campaign expenditures totaled $2,318.97

Ronald Krebs re-election campaign has reported $7,982.72 in campaign funds as of September 21, 2018.

A report on the state PDC website shows his campaign began with a balance of $1,550.04.  Twelve contributions ranging from $50 to $1,000 for a total of $4,150.00 are listed. An in-kind donation of $1,141.34 is also recorded. The campaign also has a loan of $1,141.34. Details, including a list of contributors, can be found on the PDC website.

Campaign expenditures totaled $1,801.43. 

Race for San Juan County Prosecutor

Randall Gaylord's campaign for re-election has reported $18,615.00 in campaign funds as of September 21, 2018.

A report on the state PDC website shows the campaign began with a $6,500 balance.    The top 45 contributors to his campaign are listed with donations ranging from $50 to $1,000 and totaling $11,340. An in-kind  $775 contribution is also recorded.  Details, including a list of contributors, can be found on the PDC website.

Expenditures reported as of September 21, 2018 were $14,488.

Nicholas Power's campaign has reported $19,145.28 in campaign funds  as of September 21, 2018.

A report on the state's PDC website shows contributions from 18 people  in  amounts ranging from $50 to $1000 totaling $6,893.00 and  in-kind contributions of $6,252.28. A loan of $6,000 is also reported.  Details, including a list of contributors, can be found on the PDC website.

Expenditures reported as of September 21, 2018 totaled $10,861.33.

 
 

 

 

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