Commissioner race financial reports

The following campaign finance information for Jefferson County commissioner District 2 candidates Heidi Eisenhour and Lorna Smith is collected by the state Public Disclosure Commission.

Detailed data on contributions and expenditures for candidates who spend more than $5,000 on their campaigns is available at tinyurl.com/PDN-FollowMoney by clicking on the search icon and typing in Eisenhour’s or Smith’s name.

Heidi Eisenhour

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: April 27, 2020.

Starting balance: $75.

Contributions: $43,905.

Cash contributions: $42.155.

In-kind contributions: $1,750.

Loans: $0.00.

Total: $43,980.

Expenditures: $38,332.

Third-party expenditures: $0.00.

Debt: $0.00.

Contributions more than $1,000:

• $2,615: Miscellaneous receipts.

$1,500: Jeffery Jackson, Port Townsend.

Contributions of $1,000-$200 from Jefferson County:

$1,200: Paul Rogers, Port Hadlock.

$1,000: Kristina Mayer, Stanford Silver, Sally Warren, Port Townsend.

$875: Small contributions.

$750: Jock Patton, Sonchon Patton, Port Hadlock; Joel Kawahara, Scott Freeman, Quilcene; Ann Welch, Port Townsend; Roxanne Hudson, Chimacum.

$500: Jefferson County Democrats and Central Committee, Bill Curtsinger, Sue Ohlson, Elizabeth Davis, Port Townsend; Doug Joyce, Lela Hilton, Chimacum; Susan Freeman, Quilcene.

$450: Karen Page, Chimacum.

$350: Lynn Terwoerds, Peggy Myre, Port Townsend.

$300: Robin Ornelas, Heidi Bloedel, Teri Nomura, Port Townsend.

$275: Heidi Eisenhour, Port Hadlock.

$250: Julie Gertler, Jeanette Woodruff, Steve Moore, Mardee Stadshaug, David Woodruff, Jeanette Woodruff, Andrew Beil, Lyn Gregory, Phil Hallin, Jim Prince, Nancy Erley, Rosemarie Edwards, Caroline Littlefield, Port Townsend; Meredith Wagner, Peter Wagner, Bill Andrew, Kathryn Lamka, Neil Lamka, David Woodruff, Jeanette Woodruff, Port Ludlow; Hans Daubenberger, Nordland; Tom Brotherton, Quilcene.

$200: Elsie Lopeman, Port Hadlock; Malcolm Dorn, Amanda J. Grondin, Port Townsend; Teri Hein, Quilcene.

Lorna Smith

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

Starting balance: $185.

Contributions: $43,110.

Cash contributions: $43,110.

In-kind contributions: $0.00.

Loans: $1,135.

Total: $44,430.

Expenditures: $39,124.

Third-party expenditures: $81.

Debt: $0.00.

Contributions more than $1,000:

$2,000: Kevin Campion, Seattle; Nicholas Scoggins, Amy Campion, Los Angeles.

$1,500: Peter D. Newland, Quilcene; Martha Kongsgaard, Peter Goldman, Seattle.

$1,100: Libby Palmer, Port Townsend.

Contributions of $1,000-$200 from Jefferson County:

$1,000: Deborah Jahnke, Richard Jahnke, Port Townsend; John Tevis, Port Hadlock.

$750: Robyn L. Johnson, Patricia Jones, Quilcene.

$645: Ruth W. Ross, Port Townsend.

$540: Rick Doherty, Port Townsend.

$525: Lyssie Burden, Port Townsend.

$500: Jefferson County Democrats, Shirley Metz, Peter Bahls, Peter Harrison, Port Townsend; Riley M. Parker, Quilcene.

$475: Chris R. Jones, Port Townsend.

$450: Gary Keister, Port Townsend.

$400: Janell Jeliffe, John P. Lacy, Port Townsend.

$335: Maria Mendes, Port Townsend.

$330: Ken Wilson, Port Townsend.

$300: Connie Gallant, Diane Johnson, Quilcene; Rebecca Kimball, Robin Ornelas, Port Townsend.

$250: Melinda Bryden, Jo Blair, Scott G. Walker, Port Townsend; Pamela Roberts, Quilcene.

$220: Scott Munson, Port Townsend.

$210: Rick Oltman, Port Townsend.

$200: John Fabian, Port Ludlow; Robert Harbour, Cynthia Koan, Fayette Krause, Carol McCreary, Pam Petranek, Kathy Townsend-Volpe, George Yount, Port Townsend; Pamela Roberts, Quilcene.

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