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Cole County primary candidates release finance reports

Cole County primary candidates release finance reports

July 18th, 2018 by Jeff Haldiman in Local News

Quarterly campaign finance reports for candidates in contested Cole County races in the Aug. 7 primary were due Monday for the period from April 1 through June 30.

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Prosecuting attorney

In the race for Cole County prosecutor, Republican challenger Locke Thompson and his committee, Friends for Locke Thompson, reported $15,965 on had at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Reese Thompson, of Jefferson City, $5000; Marc Ellinger, of Jefferson City, $500; Mary Jo Schneiders, of Jefferson City, $250; Gary Schell, of Jefferson City, $500; Schuyler Maria, of Jefferson City, $500; Jeff Piontek, of Jefferson City, $100; Mike Schweiss, of Jefferson City, $100; James Buhr, of Jefferson City, $250; Mark Newbold, of Jefferson City, $100; Lisa Schlotz, of Jefferson City, $100; Eric Caywood, of Jefferson City, $150; Jeff Patrick, of Jefferson City, $100; Mike Simmons, of Jefferson City, $100; Thomas Robbins, of Jefferson City, $100; Joan Doerhoff, of Jefferson City, $100; Judy Howard, of Jefferson City, $250; BAR Investments LLC, of Jefferson City, $200; Dealers Interested in Government, of Jefferson City, $300; Jim Jackson, of Jefferson City, $350; Chandra Prasad, of Jefferson City, $150; Carol Gardner, of Jefferson City, $100; and Jim Convery, of Jefferson City, $100.

Republican incumbent Prosecutor Mark Richardson and his committee, Richardson for Prosecutor, reported $4,792 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Gina Richardson, of Jefferson City, $300; Jack Copeland, of Jefferson City, $300; Randy Dampf, of Jefferson City; $100, Harley Koestner, of Russellville, $100; Byron Smith, of Jefferson City, $500; Roy Beal, of Jefferson City, $100; Laura Payne, of Jefferson City, $100; Wayne Bernskoetter, of Jefferson City, $100; John Kolb, of Jefferson City, $200; Mark Schreiber, of Jefferson City, $150; John Schulte, of Jefferson City, $100; Mark Toomey, of Jefferson City, $100; Harold Westhues, of Jefferson City, $100; Ben Beilski, of Jefferson City, $250; Joseph Kayser, of Jefferson City, $100; Robert Gartner, of Jefferson City, $100; Mike Kampeter, of Jefferson City, $500; Lloyd Downard, of Jefferson City, $100; Edgar Ambler, of Jefferson City, $200; Chandra Prasad, of Jefferson City, $100; Harold Remley, of Jefferson City, $500; Tracy Estes, of Centertown, $250; Edward Storey, of Jefferson City, $1,000; Norma Farley, of Jefferson City, $150; Bernie Fechtel, of Jefferson City, $100; Jane Beetem, of Jefferson City, $100; Greg Bemboom, of Jefferson City, $100; Kevin Creed, of Jefferson City, $100; Larry Sharp, of Jefferson City, $100; Gary Wilbers, of Wardsville, $200; and Mark Richardson, of Jefferson City, $2,921.01.

The winner of the Republican primary will face presumed Democratic nominee Deidre Hirner in the November general election.

Associate circuit judge

In the race for Cole County associate circuit judge, Republican candidate Tim Anderson and his committee, Tim Anderson for Cole County, reported $1,934 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Ruth Anderson, of Jefferson City, $200; David Hansen, of Jefferson City, $250; Millie Aulbur, of Jefferson City, $100; Herny Herschel, of Jefferson City, $125; Renita Landers, of Kansas City, $1,500; Brian and Michelle Collett, of Jefferson City, $100; Stephen Hawke, of Columbia, $100; Paul Anderson, of Excelsior, Minnesota, $220; Margie Brown, of Jefferson City, $100; Peter Anderson, of Frontenac, $500; Karen Zoellner, of Jefferson City, $100; Rachel Anderson, of The Colony, Texas, $250; Richard Hicks, of Hallsville, $250; and Jane Rackers, of Jefferson City, $250.

The other Republican candidate for associate circuit judge, Cotton Walker and his campaign, Cotton Walker for Judge, reported $15,901 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

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Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Jason Call, of Jefferson City, $500; Brian Bernskoetter, of Jefferson City, $100; Gary Collins, of Jefferson City, $100; Larry Kolb, of Jefferson City, $100; David Meyer, of Lohman, $100; Robert Robuck, of Jefferson City, $200; Kenneth Rowan, of Jefferson City, $100; Ryan Rowden, of Jefferson City, $100; Ann Warren, of Jefferson City, $100; Mark Warren, of Jefferson City, $100; Richard Wehnes, of Jefferson City, $100; Cindy Bloser, of Jefferson City, $100; Danny Williams, of Jefferson City, $100; Cary Riley, of Jefferson City, $100; Phillip Mummert, of Jefferson City, $100; Glen Costales, of Jefferson City, $100; Steve Bremer, of Jefferson City, $100; Hallie Gibbs, of Jefferson City, $250; Brent Hemphill, of Jefferson City, $300; Ron Mudd, of Jefferson City, $150; Mark Mueller, of Jefferson City, $100; Kirk Paschal, of Jefferson City, $100; Glen Reinkemeyer, of Jefferson City, $100; Curt Renkemeyer, of Jefferson City, $100; Don Renkemeyer, of Jefferson City, $700; Gail Jones, of Jefferson City, $100; Richard Peerson, of Jefferson City, $100; Jason Schwartz, of Jefferson City, $550; Larry Theroff, of Jefferson City, $300; Doug Whitehead, of Jefferson City, $500; Gary Wilbers, of Jefferson City, $375; Anne Walker, of Jefferson City, $1,000; Joyce Bremer, of Jefferson City, $250; Don Hirsch, of Jefferson City, $100; Jim Kreider, of Jefferson City, $100; Lenore Weldon, of Holts Summit, $100; Gary Wheeler, of Jefferson City, $500; Donnell Rehagen, of Jefferson City, $500; Ogugua Anunoby, of Jefferson City, $250; Hal Dulle, of Jefferson City, $100; Kim Vogel, of Jefferson City, $1,500; Bret Gerhard, of Jefferson City, $180; Jake Vogel, of Jefferson City, $2000; Bernie Fechtel, of Jefferson City, $200; Mike Reid, of Jefferson City, $250; and Kirk Farmer, of Jefferson City, $450.

The winner of the Republican primary will face presumed Democratic nominee Gaylin Rich Carver in the November general election. Incumbent Judge Tom Sodergren is not running for re-election.

Recorder of deeds

In the race for Cole County recorder of deeds, Republican challenger Judy Ridgeway and her committee, Ridgeway 4 Recorder, reported $1,279 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Larry Rademan, of Jefferson City, $200; Jim Nuener, of Jefferson City, $650; and the Jefferson Bank PAC, $325.

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Incumbent Republican Recorder Ralph Bray and his committee, Citizens to Elect Ralph Bray, reported $2,296 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included William Hubble, of Jefferson City, $250; Sandra Walther, of Jefferson City, $300; Jane Rackers, of Jefferson City, $250; Jefferson City Bank PAC, $325; Central Bank PAC, $250; Guy Schnitzler, of Jefferson City, $200; Tony Feather, of Jefferson City, $500; Lee Wilbers, of Jefferson City, $200; Ralph Bray, of Jefferson City, $1,000; and Rich Kampeter, of Jefferson City, $500.

The winner of the Republican primary will face presumed Democratic nominee Ted Stewart in the November general election.

A contribution was changed to reflect the correct amount from what was originally reported.