Marketing campaign finance experiences for candidates and committees within the April 6 municipal election have been filed Monday with the Missouri Ethics Fee.
The experiences documented contributions and bills from Feb. 21-March 25, eight days earlier than the election.
Metropolis Council races
Within the races for 4 Jefferson Metropolis Council seats, six out of the 9 candidates had lively committees with the Missouri Ethics Fee.
In Ward 2, committee Laura Ward for Ward 2 had $1,880 readily available, in response to the report. The incumbent has obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: Jim Kreider, $200; Greg Schildmeyer, $150; and Sandra Gummersheimer, $150.
Edith Vogel’s committee, Vogel for Council, reported having $610.77 readily available. She’s obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: William Ambrose, $515.47; Jane Beetem, $150; Harry Otto, $250; Bob Robuck, $150; Rudolph Veit, $250; Edith Vogel, $292.73; Kim Vogel, $250; JC Coke LLC, $1,500; Mel’s Cafe Inc., $100; and Becky Ambrose, $250.
In Ward 3, Mary Schantz’ committee, Mary Schantz for third Ward, reported having $1,925.77 readily available. She obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: Deirdre Hirner, $100; Meryl Atterberry, $100; KC Kasiske, $100; Carol Sanders, $100; Kay Martellaro, $100; Irene Donelon, $100; and Alice Steward, $100.
Scott Spencer didn’t have a committee listed on the Missouri Ethics Fee web site, nonetheless, in response to the web site, the Residents for Good Authorities group contributed $1,615 to his marketing campaign.
The committee Residents for Derrick Spicer, who’s operating for Ward 4, reported having $3,335.69 readily available. He’s obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: Kevin Guffey, $500; Charlie Christiansen, $160; Jason Jett, $180; Kurt Propst, $125; Danielle Schwartz, $250; and Charles Jackson, $200.
Candidate Leonard Steinman didn’t have a listed committee or contributions.
Candidate Ryan Estes’ committee, Mates of Ryan Estes, reported restricted exercise with out an on-hand stability or contributions.
Ward 5 incumbent Mark Schreiber didn’t have a listed committee or contributions.
The committee for Alicia Edwards, who’s operating for Ward 5, Alicia Edwards for the Individuals, reported having $1,795.88 readily available. She obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: Charles Hatfield, $286.50; and Bruce Hibbett, $300.
Municipal decide races
Candidate Scott Evans’ committee, Scott Evans for Choose, had $2,015.13 readily available. He’s obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: Scott Evans, $193.10; Gregory Schildmeyer, $200; Mary Schantz, $100; David Barrett, $100; Charles Skornia, $100; Sara Michael, $400; Edward Clausen, $100; Josh Moore, $300; and Bruce Bates, $100.
Candidate Angela Silvey’s committee, Silvey for Choose, had $1,852.72 readily available. She’s obtained contributions of $100 or extra from: John Bardgett & Associates, $300; Spire Political Motion Committee, $500; Anna Fuchs, $250; Lafaver & Associates, $250; Patricia Rowe Kerr, $200; Chester Brown, $200; Michelle Pleus, $100; Mary Coleman, $250; Salvatore Panettiere, $250; Viceroy Authorities Relations, $100; Claudia Kehoe, $100; Stephanie Wieberg, $100; Fred Dreiling LLC, $200; Virginia Shetler, $100; Scott Faughn, $250; and Ronnie Fitzwater, $100.
Proposition A capital enchancment tax
The finance report for the group supporting the renewal of Cole County’s half-cent capital enchancment tax additionally filed its paperwork with the fee.
Residents for Proposition A reported having $7,515.71 readily available on the shut of this reporting interval. These giving contributions of $100 or extra included: Ameren Missouri PAC of Jefferson Metropolis, $1,500; and Missouri Realtors of Columbia, $1,000.
Jefferson Metropolis Board of Schooling
Within the race for Jefferson Metropolis Board of Schooling, marketing campaign finance paperwork confirmed candidate Ian Shadrick’s committee, Ian Shadrick Management and Expertise for a Brighter Future, was lively.
In his report, Shadrick licensed that neither the mixture quantity of contributions the committee obtained nor the mixture quantity of expenditures made by the committee exceeded $500 in the course of the reporting interval.
Incumbent Lindsey Rowden’s marketing campaign committee, Rowden for Schooling, was listed as lively. Fee officers mentioned they’d been getting common experiences from the committee since she gained election to the board in 2018 and since then all of these confirmed the committee had “restricted exercise” throughout these reporting intervals. That may imply the committee had lower than $500 in contributions and expenditures per reporting interval
The ethics fee web site had no document of an lively marketing campaign committee shaped for incumbent candidate Ken Enloe.
Blair Oaks Board of Schooling
The web site didn’t have data of marketing campaign committees shaped for the three candidates within the Blair Oaks College Board race: incumbents Tim Luebbering and Dale Verslues, and challenger Logan Gratz.