24th District state House candidates’ contributions reported

The following campaign finance information for 24th District state House candidates Brian Pruiett and Steve Tharinger 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 the candidate’s name.

Brian Pruiett

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: April 2, 2020.

Starting balance: $0.00.

Contributions: $72,419.

Cash contributions: $42,605.

In-kind contributions: $29,814.

Loans: $1,372.

Total: $73,791.

Expenditures: $64,375.

Third-party expenditures: $4,693.

Debt: $3,224.

Contributions more than $1,000:

• $28,117: Washington State Republican Party, in-kind contributions, Bellevue.

$10,500: House Republican Organizational Committee, including $500 in-kind, Olympia.

$3,791: Brian Pruiett, Carlsborg.

$2,000: Jefferson County Republican Central Committee, Chimacum.

$1,750: Sandra Woodson, Sequim.

$1,729: Small contributions.

$1,500: Clallam County Republican Party, Port Angeles.

$1,250: Randy Woodson, Sequim.

$1,150: Lucinda Walker, Sequim.

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

$1,000: James Barbarus, Sequim.

$925: Richard Davies, Sequim, in-kind.

$500: Republican Women of Clallam County, Kenneth Young, Thomas La Rosa, Port Angeles; Nancy Kapke, Gordon Kapke, Edward Woodson III, Sequim.

$300: Michael Berg, Shirley Berg, Sequim; Michael Williams, Carlsborg.

$250: Marie Paddock, Richard Gookins, Judy Williams, Nancy Kapke, Sequim; Daniel Shotthafer, Port Angeles; William Peach, Anita Peach, Forks.

$200: Donald Schreiner, James McEntire, Mickey Denny, Sequim; Mark Vuchetich, Port Angeles; Gene Farr, Port Townsend.

Steve Tharinger

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: Jan. 11, 2019.

Starting balance: $29,484.


Cash contributions: $119,044.

In-kind contributions: $1,694.

Loans: $0.00.

Total: $150,223.

Expenditures: $104,436, including $70,000 transfer to surplus.

Third-party expenditures: $1,002.

Debt: $0.00.

Contributions more than $1,000:

$2,000: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Sequim; Puget Sound Pilots, SEIU Quality Care Committee, Washington State Medical Association Political Action Committee (PAC), Community Health Networks of Washington, Delta Dental of Washington, Amazon.com Services. Weyerhaeuser, Washington Hospital Association PAC, Seattle; Puyallup Tribe of Indians, DaVita Kidney Care, Tacoma; Rayonier Operating Company LLC, Wildlight, Fla.; SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW PAC, Renton; Washington Beverage Association PAC, Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council PAC, Washington Forest Protection Association State Political Action Committee, Olympia; Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, La Conner; Centene Management Co. LLC, St. Louis, Mo.; Connie Ballmer, Hunts Point; Gilead Sciences Inc., Foster City, Calif.; Kalispel Tribal Economic Authority, Airway Heights; Microsoft, Reno, Nev.; Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Auburn; Washington Education Association PAC, Federal Way; PNW Regional Council of Carpenters, Kent.

$1,700: Unitedhealth Group Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.

$1,542: Washington State Democrats, Seattle.

$1,500: Physicians Eyepac-Washington Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons, Justice for All PAC, Washington Federation of State Employees, Seattle; Iron Workers District Council of the PNW, Edmonds.

$1,250: American Institute of Architects Washington Council PAC, Olympia.

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

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

$200: Bill Knebes, Port Angeles.

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