Candidate financial reports

The following campaign finance information for state Senate candidates Connie Beauvais and Kevin Van De Wege is collected by the state Public Disclosure Commission. Detailed data from the PDC on contributions and expenditures for candidates spending more than $5,000 on their campaigns is available at by clicking on the search icon at the top of the page and typing in the candidate’s name.

Connie Beauvais

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: Jan. 14, 2020.

Starting balance: $0.00.

Total contributions: $96,343.

Cash contributions: $74,157.

In-kind contributions: $22,186.

Loans: $2,000.

Total: $98,343.

Expenditures: $82,238.

Debt: $6,079.

Contributions more than $1,000:

• $20,872: Connie Beauvais; includes $2,377 in-kind.

$18,675: Washington State Republican Party, Bellevue.

$3,134: Senate Republican Campaign Committee, Olympia.

$2,000: Bill Peach, Forks; Jefferson County Republican Central Committee, Chimacum; The Leadership Council, Citizens Alliance for a Legislative Majority, Olympia.

$1,500: Clallam County Republican Party, Port Angeles; James Buck, Donna Buck, Joyce.

$1,284: Small Contributions.

Contributions of $1,000-$200 from Clallam and Jefferson counties:

$1,000: James Barbarus, Greg McCarry, Sequim; John D. Crow, Olympic Peninsula Title, Port Angeles.

$750: Lynn Bruch, Port Angeles.

$500: Emily Hu, Kathleen Lynch, Gerald Stiles, Brian Garrett, Debra Pitts, Michael Shaw, Sequim; Carol Johnson, Thomas La Rosa, Chelsey Pruss, Terry Barnett, Timothy Keegan, Port Angeles; Joseph Murray, Clallam Bay.

$300: Bobbie Piety, Sequim; Judy A. Williams, Carlsborg.

$250: Kathleen Benedict, William Benedict, Sequim; Harry Bell, Reath Ellefson, Evans Earthenworks, Jack Harmon, Todd Palzer, Norm Schaaf, T Terri, Port Angeles.

$200: Anne Stiles, Jack Tatom, Janet Tatom, Sequim; Munro LLC, Mark Ohman, Kathryn Penny Sanders, Port Angeles.

Kevin Van De Wege

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: Jan. 10, 2017.

Starting balance: $40,198.

Contributions: $182,765.

Cash contributions: $180,966.

In-kind contributions: $1,799.

Loans: $0.00.

Total: $222,963.

Expenditures: $163,974.

Debt: $2,750.

Contributions more than $1,000:

$18,000: Committee for Kevin Van De Wege Surplus Account.

$2,500: Weyerhaeuser, Federal Way.

$2,000: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Sequim; Pfizer, Inc., Memphis; Washington State Auto Dealers Political Action Committee (PAC), Renton; Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Washington Beer & Wine Distributors Association, DaVita Tacoma Dialysis Center, Tacoma; Gilead Sciences Inc., Foster City, Calif.; Washington Health Care Association, Tumwater; Murphy Industries, Marion, Ohio; Anheuser Busch Companies, New York, N.Y.; Puget Sound Pilots PAC, Services Inc.; Northwest Marine Trade Association, Washington State Dental PAC, Kennedy Fund, Washington Medical PAC, SEIU 775 Quality Care Committee, Washington Hospitals PAC, Washington State Democrats, Seattle; Strat PAC, Chehalis; Center Management Co. LLC; Enterprise Holdings Inc. PAC, St. Louis, Mo.; Washington Education Association PAC, Federal Way; Reg Grays Harbor LLC, Ames, Iowa; Justice For All PAC, Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia; Northwest Sportfiishing Industry Washington PAC, Oregon City, Ore.; American Forest Resource Council, Portland, Ore. Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie.

$1,529: Washington State Democrats.

$1,500: David Knutzen, Olympia; Invenergy LLC, Chicago, Ill.; Hampton Lumber Sales, Portland, Ore.

$1,250: Sierra Pacific Industries, Redding, Calif.; Agri Beef Management, Boise, Idaho; Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Seattle.

Contributions of $999-$200 from Clallam and Jefferson counties:

$500: Robert Mullen, Sequim; Jefferson County Democrats, Port Townsend.

$250: Gerald Stephanz, Jennifer Burkhardt, Port Angeles Hardwood LLC, Terri L. Harmon, P0rt Angeles; John Farnsworth, Earl T. Archer, Sequim; Owen Fairbanks, Gail Rodgers, Port Townsend.


This list was compiled by Peninsula Daily News Senior Reporter Paul Gottlieb.

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