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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
  • Judicial candidates report finances

  • Campaign disclosure reports covering the period Oct. 1- 25 were due eight days before the election.
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  • Campaign disclosure reports covering the period Oct. 1- 25 were due eight days before the election.
    Here are the reports of the committees supporting the two candidates for 25th Judicial Circuit Judge, Democrat Colin Long, Waynesville, and Republican Bill Hickle, Rolla. Hickle won the election. Long committee report
    In the report filed Oct. 29, Voters to Elect Colin Long Circuit Judge reported receiving contributions of $6,575 for the Oct. 1-25 period, along with a $1,500 loan from Colin and Courtney Long made on Oct. 17. The committee also reported receiving $1,400 of in-kind contributions. That all adds up to $9,475 of receipts for the period. Added to the $24,476.77 previously reported gives a total of $33,951.77 for election cycle receipts.
    Expenditures for the period amounted to $8,138.41. Added to the previously reported expenditures of $23,492.67 gives a total of $31,631 spent during the election cycle so far.
    The committee made a payment of $1,707.20 on a previously reported incurred expenses.
    Cash on hand at the close of the reporting period was $153.87.
    Outstanding debt was $6,500.
    Itemized contributions received were:
    • David Johnson, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Kevin and Nada Pritchard, Waynesville, Triple K Inc. and Waynesville schools, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Frank and Sue Campbell, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Daniel Salveter, Crocker, banker, $100;
    • Mike and Susan Neuman, Crocker, Bank of Crocker, Oct. 4, $100;
    • George and Sun Lauritson, St. Robert, Waynesville schools and retired, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Earl and Michelle Arnold, Waynesville, self-employed and Waynesville schools, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Laura McVay, Waynesville, Waynesville schools, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Richard and Kristie McKinnon, Waynesville, Waynesville schools, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Clayton Law Office, Rolla, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Kimberly Hawk, Waynesville, Waynesville schools, Oct. 4, $100;
    • Larry Salveter, Crocker, Bank of Crocker, Oct. 4, $500;
    • David and Liz Tritten, Waynesville, Bank of Iberia, Oct. 4, $500;
    • Michael and Janet Dunbar, Waynesville, Security Bank and self-employed, Oct. 4, $200;
    • Ronnie and Janice Dye, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 4, $250;
    • Richard Morris, Waynesville, Erhardt Properties, oct. 4, $50;
    • Beasley's Heating and Cooling, Waynesville, Oct. 4, $400;
    • Jake and Ursula Lebioda, St. Robert, self-employed, Oct. 4, $150;
    • Rob Wilson, Waynesville, Security Bank, Oct. 4, $50;
    • Clara Ichord, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 4, $50;
    • Dorsey Newcomb, Fort Leonard Wood, LWI, Oct. 4, $50;
    • Charles Frahm, Parkville, attorney, Oct. 4, $500;
    • Randy and Debra Becht, Devils Elbow, real estate agent/broker, Oct. 4, $25;
    • Judy Neff, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 4, $25;
    • Bruce Warren, Richland, attorney, Oct. 4, $350 in-kind;
    • John Farris, St. Robert, attorney, Oct. 4, $650 in-kind;
    • Douglas and Ruth Long, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 5, $400 in-kind;
    • Darrel Vaughan, Waynesville, Waynesville schools, Oct. 6, $75;
    • Thomas Construction, Waynesville, Oct. 6, $100;
    • Phelps County Rental LLC, St. James, Oct. 8, $500;
    • Wayne and Helen Jones, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 12, $100;
    • Adele Nickels, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 12, $50;
    • David and Kathy Lawson, Waynesville, Waynesville schools and retired, Oct. 16, $250;
    Page 2 of 2 - • Dr. Judene Blackburn, Waynesville, Waynesville schools, Oct. 16, $200;
    • Douglas and Ruth Long, Waynesville, retired, oct. 16, $100;
    • Phelps County Democratic Committee, Rolla, Oct. 19, $150;
    • Doug and Ruth Long, Waynesville, retired, Oct. 21, $200;
    • Florence Buchanan, Richland, retired, Oct. 23, $100;
    • John Farris, St. Robert, attorney, Oct. 23, $500.
    Michael and Janet Dunbar hosted a fund-raiser on Oct. 4 at the Holiday Inn Express in St. Robert. Sixty-five people attended the event that used invitations and a donation bucket to raise money totaling $4,250. Of that total, $3,850 came from people who are on the itemized record and $400 came from people giving $100 or less and whose names and addresses could not be obtained.
    Expenditures made by the Long committee during the period were all for advertising with the exception of one. That was $100 to Matthew Ramirez, St. Robert, for signs, paid on Oct. 10. The advertising expenditures were as follows:
    • On Media, Springfield, Oct. 6, $1,517;
    • Pulaski County Mirror, St. Robert, Oct. 8, $299;
    • Tri-County Newspapers, Belle, Oct. 9, $306.38;
    • Waynesville Daily Guide, St. Robert, Oct. 12, $1,034;
    • Cabool Enterprise, Cabool, Oct. 12, $1,288.25;
    • St. James Press, St. James, Oct. 12, $744.20;
    • Licking News, Licking, Oct. 12, $408.30;
    • Tri-County Newspapers, Belle, Oct. 19, $423.19;
    • Dixon Pilot, Dixon, Oct. 19, $132;
    • KFBD, Waynesville, Oct. 23, $810;
    • Houston Herald, Houston, Oct. 23, $1,076.09.
    Hickle committee report
    In the report filed Oct. 29, Citizens for Bill Hickle reported receiving contributions of $70 for the Oct. 1-25 period, along with a $10,000 loan from the candidate made on Oct. 19. Adding those figures to the $21,725 previously reported gives $31,795 in receipts for the election cycle up until eight days before the election.
    The Hickle committee reported spending $7,430.35 for the Oct. 1-25 reporting period. Added to the $17,656.73 previously reported gives $25,087 in expenditures for the election cycle so far.
    Cash on hand at the close of the reporting period was $6,557.92.
    Outstanding debt was $22,150.
    The committee did not itemize the $70 in contributions; there is no requirement for itemization of contributions of $100 or less.
    Expenditures of $100 or less fit into these categories: advertising, $211.62; candidate forum, $50, and photography, $59.41.
    Itemized expenditures over $100 each are as follows for the Hickle committee:
    • Houston Herald, Houston, Oct. 5, advertising, $389.92;
    • OnMedia, St. Robert, Oct. 19, advertising, $1,917.60;
    • Fidelity Cablevision, Rolla, Oct. 19, advertising, $2,683;
    • Cabool Enterprise, Cabool, Oct. 23, advertising, $132.30;
    • TMS Audio Productions, Jefferson City, Oct. 23, advertising, $239;
    • The Pulaski County Mirror, Lebanon, Oct. 22, advertising, $231;
    • Licking News, Licking, Oct. 22, advertising, $172.20;
    • Dixon Pilot, Dixon, Oct. 22, advertising, $126;
    • Summersville Beacon, Summersville, Oct. 22, advertising, $323.40;
    • Cabool Enterprise, Cabool, Oct. 22, advertising, $191.10;
    • Rolla Daily News, Rolla, Oct. 22, advertising, $703.80.
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