West U City Council candidates have submitted their 8th day before election campaign finance reports, ranging in expenditures of $0 to $3,887.
According to the 8th day campaign finance reports on file with the city, Mayor Pro Tem Susan Sample spent the most this reporting period with $3,887.80 in expenditures and $200 in political contributions. She reported spending $1,830 with “Right on the Money” for printing/advertising, $309.80 to Michael Franks for signs and $1,748 for advertising with InstantNewsNetwork.com. View Sample’s 8th day report here.
To date, Sample has reported $4,434.99 in expenditures and $6,708.23 in contributions.
Councilman Ed Heathcott reported $1,538.02 in expenditures and $0 in contributions. He reported spending $1,374.26 in postage with the United States Post Office for political mailing, $138 for stamps with the Postmaster and $25.76 at Office Max for envelopes. View his report here.
To date, Heathcott has reported $3,459.46 in expenditures and $0 in contributions.
Friends of West U Parks Board Member Sonny Brandtner reported $500.17 in expenditures and $100 in contributions this reporting period. He reported spending $500.17 at Office Max for printing, envelopes and office supplies. View his report here.
To date, Brandtner has reported $15,425.17 in expenditures and $400 in contributions.
Councilwoman Joan Johnson has reported $0 in expenditures and $100 in contributions this reporting period. View her report here.
To date, Johnson has reported $1,127.45 in expenditures and $450 in contributions.
Councilman Dick Yehle filed a modified reporting declaration, which states that he does not intent to accept more than $500 in political contributions or spend more than $500 in political expenditures.
Mayor Bob Fry did not have to file a campaign finance report this reporting period because he is unopposed, City Secretary Thelma Lenz said.