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Campaign finance reports for candidates in contested Cole County races in the Nov. 6 general election were due Monday for the period of July 1 through Sept. 30.

Prosecuting Attorney

In the race for Cole County prosecutor, Republican candidate Locke Thompson and his committee, Friends for Locke Thompson, reported $11,990.67 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Clyde and Susie Lear, of Lohman, $1,000; Cole County Republican Club, $725; and the Cole County Republican Central Committee, $500.

Democratic candidate Deirdre "DK" Hirner and her committee, Hirner for Cole County Prosecutor, reported $13,220.93 on hand at the close of the recording period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Phyllis Wllibrand, of Jefferson City, $200; Allison Bodenmann, of Phelham Manor, New York, $250; Greg Johnston, of Jefferson City, $500; Robert Gaw, of Holts Summit, $200; Mary Still, of Columbia, $1,405; Russell Still, of Columbia, $500; Cynthia Gamble, of Jefferson City, $200; Kathleen Danner, of Jefferson City, $500; Cheryl Hibbert, of Jefferson City, $200; Ross Heller, of St. Louis, $250; John Parker, of Columbia, $150; James Grote, of Pitsfield, Illinois, $250; Jefferson City Labor Union, $200; Bradley Ketcher, of Webster Groves, $200, John Wright, of Rocheport, $200; Larry Mays, of Mesa, Arizona, $200; and Dawn Nicklas, of Jefferson City, $400.

The winner will take office in January, replacing incumbent Prosecuting Attorney Mark Richardson, who lost the August Republican primary to Thompson.

Associate Circuit Judge

In the race for Cole County associate circuit judge, Republican candidate Cotton Walker and his campaign, Cotton Walker for Judge, reported $13,842 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Lynne Angle, of Jefferson City, $450; Lucas Chen, of Jefferson City, $200; James Combs, of Lohman, $200; Michael Couty, of Jefferson City, $100; Jeanette Dulle, of Jefferson City, $100; Elizabeth Eckles, of Jefferson City, $100; Marc Ellinger, of Jefferson City, $100; Joan Firley, of Jefferson City, $200; Ron Fitzwater, of Jefferson City, $100; Amy Freeman, of Jefferson City, $100; William Graham, of Jefferson City, $100; Kathryn Harness, of Jefferson City, $100; Mark Hillstrom, of Jefferson City, $100; Jackie Jordan, of Jefferson City, $100; Robert Massengale, of Jefferson City, $1,000; Darla McDonough, of Jefferson City, $100; Michael Morris, of Wardsville, $100; Sharon Naught, of Jefferson City, $100; Marianne Pollock, of Jefferson City, $200; William Ratliff, of Jefferson City, $200; Sherri Wilbers, of Lohman, $250; Mary Winter, of Lohman, $150; Tricia Workman, of Jefferson City, $200, Stacy Young, of Jefferson City, $100; and the Cole County Republican Central Committee, $1,000.

Democratic candidate Gaylin Rich Carver and her campaign, Gaylin Carver for Associate Judge, reported $10,001.01 on hand at the end of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Melinda Contryman, of Jefferson City, $500; Larry Leip, of Jefferson City, $250; David Howard, of University City, $200; Jo Ann Karll, of High Ridge, $500; Ronald Edelman, of St. Louis, $200; Beth Griffin, of St. Louis, $100; Mark Felhaus, of St. Louis, $250; Robert Rothschild Jr., of St. Louis, $250; Nell Hawes-Davis, of Jefferson City, $100; Elizabeth Van Uum, of Clayton, $100; Keith Wenzel, of Jefferson City, $100; Alex Mastrogiannis, of Jefferson City, $750; Brenda Chick, of Jefferson City, $200; Thurlow Schauffler, of Columbia, $250; Jewell Mabury, of Jefferson City, $100; Roger Hurlbert, of Jefferson City, $100; Meryl Atterberry, of Jefferson City, $105; Lester Bushmann, of Jefferson City, $100; Joseph Salcedo, of Jefferson City, $200; Alice Steward, of Jefferson City, $100; Joan Firley, of Jefferson City, $100; Byron Kinder, of Jefferson City, $1,000; Beverly Figg, of Jefferson City, $150; Tuck Van Dyne, of Jefferson City, of $200; Mary Schantz, of Jefferson City, $130; Dawn Nicklas, of Jefferson City, $294.72; Clair Laughlin, of Jefferson City, $127; Bunnie Cotton, of Jefferson City, $467; and Joe Bednar, of Jefferson City, $100. Carver also is listed as giving $780 to the campaign.

The winner in this election will take office in January and replace incumbent Judge Tom Sodergren, who is not running for re-election.

Recorder of Deeds

In the race for Cole County recorder of deeds, Republican candidate Judy Ridgeway and her committee, Ridgeway 4 Recorder, reported $3,570.02 on hand at the close of the reporting period.

Those giving contributions of $100 or more included the Cole County Republican Club, $725, and the Cole County Republican Central Committee, $2,500.

Democratic candidate Ted Stewart and his campaign, which is listed under his name, Thomas T. Stewart, reported $1,115 on hand at the close of the reporting period. He reported no contributions of $100 or more.

The winner will take office in January and will replace incumbent Recorder Ralph Bray, who lost to Ridgeway in the August Republican primary.

County Clerk

In the race for Cole County clerk, Republican incumbent Clerk Steve Korsmeyer and his campaign, Citizens to Elect Steve Korsmeyer, reported $2,538.07 on hand at the close of the reporting period. Those giving contributions of $100 or more included the Cole County Republican Club, $725, and Cole County Republican Central Committee, $2,000. Korsmeyer is also listed as giving $4,500 to the campaign.

Green Party candidate Ann Moeckli and her campaign, Moeckli for County Clerk, reported $1,141.49 on hand at the close of the reporting period. Those giving contributions of $100 or more included Nancy Dubbert, of Jefferson City, $670; Bruce Hoelscher, of Jefferson City, $275; and Patricia Bates, of Jefferson City, $130.

The winner will take office in January.

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