Public Disclosure Commission reports port campaign contributions

PORT ANGELES — Port of Port Angeles commissioner candidates Colleen McAleer and Michael Cobb have raised a combined $19,357 in their efforts to win the Sequim-area District 1 position in the Nov. 7 general election.

Below are the contribution totals of $100 or more and expenditures for Cobb and McAleer listed by the state Public Disclosure Commission as of Thursday:

Michael Cobb

• Contributions: $8,698

• Personal: $200

• Spent: $3,562

• $1,000: Judson Linnabary, Dave Volkers, Teresa Charles, Doug Linde, Paula Howell, Port Angeles; Bruce Bryant, David Kane, Sequim; Teresa Charles, Forks

• $100: Roger Wagner, Sequim

Colleen McAleer

• Contributions: $10,659

• Spent: 4,811

• In-kind contributions: $4,230

• Cash Contributions: $4,899

• Personal: $1,500

• Small contributions: $30

• $1,000: Michael McAleer, Sequim; Carol Johnson, Port Angeles; Alan Crain, Bainbridge Island

• $500: Peter Bahnsen, Lynn McAleer, Sequim

• $300: Westerra Homes, Sequim

• $250: John C. Brewer, Port Angeles; Maury Forman, Seattle; Clarence B. Glover, Sequim

• $200: Andre Bartelle, Margaret Lotzgesell, Sequim

• $100: Cherie Kidd, Port Angeles; David Lotzgesell, Carlsborg; Robert Schroeter, Olympia

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