Contributions for state candidates

Legislative races, positions 1 and 2

Contributions to candidate campaigns as reported to the state Public Disclosure Commission are listed for legislative and county races.

Only the raw data is presented. Contributions are both cash and in-kind services. There are no comments from candidates running in contests that will be decided in Tuesday’s general election.

Contributions in legislative races are kept to those of $1,000 and above because of the number of contributions. County races look also at contributions of lesser amounts.

State Legislature District 24, Position 1

• Mike Chapman, Incumbent:

Total receipts: $187,407.84 from contributions

— $3,613 — House Democratic Campaign Committee, Seattle (in kind)

— $2.000 — Amazon.Com Services LLC, Seattle; Snoqualme Tribe; Puget Sound Energy, Bellevue; Tulalip Tribes of Washington; Puget Sound Pilots Pac; Harry Truman Fund, Seattle; Washington Association of Realtors PAC, Olympia; Washington State Troopers Pac, Olympia; Washington State Dental Pac, Seattle; Washington Affordable Housing Council, Tumwater; Hampton Lumber, Portland, Ore.; Washington State Auto Dealers Pac, Renton; Nisqually Indian Tribe, Olympia; The Boeing Company Pac, Arlington, Va.; Muckleshoot Tribe, Auburn; Washington Beverage Association Pac, Olympia; Rayonier Operating Co., LLC, Wildlight, Fla.; Hospitals for a Healthy Future, Seattle; Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Sequim; Puyallup Tribe, Tacoma; Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Kingston; Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia; Green Diamond Resource Company, Seattle; Washington Hospitality Association Pac, Olympia; Delta Dental of Washington, Seattle; Washington Multi Family Housing Association, Renton; Cattle Pac, Olympia; Washington Indian Gaming Association Campaign for Tribal Self Reliance, Olympia; Microsoft, Redmond; Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters, Kent; Washington Beer and Wine Distributors Association, Olympia; IBEW Local 77 Pac, SeaTac; Port Blakely, Tumwater; Chevron, San Ramon, Calif.; Washington Optometric Pac, Kittitas; AWSWD Pac of Tacoma; Altria Client Services, LLC, Sacramento, Calif.; Anheuser Busch Companies, Van Nuys, Calif.;

— $1,000 — Sabey Corp., Seattle; Washington Charters Pac, Seattle; NW Dairymen’s Political Education Committee, Seattle; Weyerhaeuser, Seattle; Regence, Seattle; Regence, Seattle; UFCW 21 Pac, Rental Housing Association PAC, Boma Pac of Washington State, Justice for All Pac, Associated General Contractors of Washington Build Pac, all in Seattle;

Also, Pharmaceutical Resource and Manufactures; Washington Hospitality Association Pac; Washingtonians Wins sponsored by Maverick Gambling; Washington Friends of Farms and Forests, MAPAC, Washington State Council of Firefighters, Association of Washington Business PAC, Retail Action Council, all in Olympia;

Also, Washington State School Retirees Pac, Port Angeles; Puget Sound Chapter NECA PAC, Shoreline; Jackson Legacy Fund, Tumwater; SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW, Renton; Samish Tyee, Anacortes; Potato Pac, Pasco; Washington Wheat Pac, Ritzville; Washington Dairy Families, Elma; Washington Optometric Pac, Kittitas; Washington Association of Vehicle Subagents, Bothell; Washington Collectors Association, Spokane; Northwest Regional Council of Smart SSF, Everett; Merck, Tahway, N.J.; Swedish Mtch N. America LLC, Richmond; CPA Pac, Bellevue; Weidner Property Management, Kirkland; Credit Union Legislative Action Fund, SeaTac; Cascade Hardwood, Chehalis; Jackson Legacy Fund, Tumwater; True Blue Inc. Pac, Tacoma; Garth Gretchen, Kenmore;

Also, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, La Conner; Makah Tribal Council, Neah Bay; Cowlitz Tribe, Longview;

Also, Phillips 66, Bartlesville, Okla.; Agri Beef Management, Boise, Idaho; Regency Services Group LLC, Ames, Iowa; Invenergy, Chicago, Il.; Far West Agribusiness Association, Weiser, Idaho; American Property Casualty Insurance, Association, Chicago, Ill.; Westrock, Atlanta, Ga; USAA, San Antonio, Texas; BNSD Railway, Fort Worth, Texas; BP North America Employee Pac, Houston, Texas; Pfizer Inc., Memphis, Tenn.; Sierra Pacific Industries, Redding, Calif.; American Forest Resource Council, Portland, Ore.; DoorDash, Inc., San Francisco, Calif.; Home Depot, Inc. Pac, Washington, D.C.; West Coast Seafood Processors Association Pac, Portland, Ore.;

Expenditures: $82,505.86.

• Sue Forde:

Total receipts: $118,337.51 made up of $115,757.22 in contributions and a starting balance of $2,580.29.

— $10,748. 31 — Washington State Republican Party in-kind services, as well as $550 in cash.

— $5,700 — Jefferson County Republican Central Committee.

— $5,000 — Clallam County Republican Party.

— $2,294 — June Barn Dance.

— $2,000 — Grays Harbor Republican Party; Thomas La Rosa, Port Angeles; James Barbarus, Sequim;

— $1,364 — April Barn Dance.

— $1,000 — Greg Belamy, Clallam Bay; Esther Littlejohn, Sequim; Karen White, Neaver; William White, Beaver; Doug Basler, Kent; Prologue Digital, LLC, Kent; JackMoore, Sequim; Virfini Shepprd, Sequim; Darlene Heskett, Port Angeles; John Procter, Port Angeles; Steve Blackeman, Port Angeles; Pam Blake, Port Angeles; Yves Panelli, Port Angeles; Bran Heywood, Redmond; Rebeccaa Penrose, Sequim; John Quigg, Hoquiam; 24th LDRC, Hoquiam;

Expenditures: $98,802.21.

State Legislature District 24, Position 2

Steve Tharinger, Incumbent:

Total receipts: $172,719.70 made up of $166,426.84 in contributions and a starting balance of $6,292.86.

$3,738.34 — House Democratic Campaign Committee, Seattle (in kind)

— $2.000 — Amazon.com Services LLC, Seattle; Puget Sound Pilots Pac; Harry Truman Fund, Seattle; Nisqually Indian Tribe, Olympia; The Boeing Company Pac, Arlington, Va.; Washington Beverage Association Pac, Olympia; Rayonier Operating Co., LLC, Wildlight, Fla.; Hospitals for a Healthy Future, Seattle; Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Sequim; Puyallup Tribe, Tacoma; Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Kingston; Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia; Green Diamond Resource Company, Seattle; Delta Dental of Washington, Seattle; Washington Indian Gaming Association Campaign for Tribal Self Reliance, Olympia; Microsoft, Redmond; Mathew Bergman, Vashon; BNSF Railway Co., Fort Worth, Texas; Centene Management Co., LLC. Community Health Network of Washington, Seattle; Regence, Seattle; Cynthia Sears, Bainbridge Island; SEIU Healthcare 1199 NW, Renton; SEIU 775 Quality Care Committee, Seattle; Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, La Conner; United Health Group, Minneapolis, Minn.; Washington Charters Pac, Seattle; Washington Hospitality Association Pac; Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council Pac, Olympia; Weyerhaeuser, Seattle.

—$1,500 — Calportland Company, Glendora, Calif.; Sabey Corp., Seattle; Washington State Auto Dealers Pac, Renton.

— $1,375 — Leslie Hanauer, Nicholas Hanauer, Seattle.

$1,500 — Iron Workers District Council of the PNW, Edmonds; Justice for All Pac, Seattle; Mechanical Contractors Association Pac, Ruston.

— $1,000 — UFCW 3000 Pac which was formerly the UFCW 21 Pac: Associated General Contractors of Washington Build Pac, Ellen Ferguson; Peter Goldman; David Jonese; Martha Kongsgaard, Maryane Tagney, Margaret Walker, Coalition of Affordable Housing Development, all in Seattle;

Also, American Institute of Architects Washington Council Pac, Pharmaceutical Care Management Association; MAPAC, Washington State Council of Firefighters, Cattle Pac, Olympia; Government Building Owners and Lessors, Olympia; Stauffacher Communications, Washington Beer and Wine Distributors Association, Olympia; Washington Association of Realtors PAC, Washington State Radiological Society Pac, all in Olympia;

Also, Makah Tribal Council, Neah Bay; Jackson Legacy Fund, Tumwater; Samish Tyee, Anacortes; Northwest Regional Council of Smart SSF, Everett; Association of Washington Spirits and Wine Distributors Pac, Tacoma; Yahn Bernier, Medina; Credit Union Legal Action Fund, Federal Way; Ideal Option, Pasco; IBEW Local 77 Pac, SeaTac; Matt Loschen, Redmond; Muckleshoot Tribe, Auburn; Briahna Murray, Tacoma; Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters, Kent; Puget Sound Chapter National Electrical Contractors Association Pac, Shoreline; Puget Sound Energy, Bellevue; Reg Grays Harbor LLC; Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Nespelem; Tulalip Tribes of Washington; Washington Health Care Association, Pac, Tumwater; Washington Optometric Pac, Kittitas; Washington Affordable Housing Council, Tumwater;

Also, Invenergy, Chicago, Ill.; American Property Casualty Insurance, Association, Chicago, Ill.; Westrock, Atlanta, Ga; Sierra Pacific Industries, Redding, Calif.; American Forest Resource Council, Portland, Ore.; Chevron Policy Government and Public Affairs, San Ramon, Calif.; Gilead Sciences, Inc., Foster City, Calif. ; Kaiser Aluminum, Lake Forest, Calif.; Molina Healthcare Inc., Long Beach, Calif.; Richard Tong, Portland, Ore.

Expenditures: $88,657.58.

• Brian Pruiett:

Total receipts: $126,101.91, composed of $122,916.61 in contributions and starting balance of $3,185.30.

— $38,493.31 — Washington State Republican Party, in-kind, with an additional $550 in cash.

— $20,500 — House Republican Organizational Committee, cash, with an additional $1,233.15 in-kind.

— $5,700 — Jefferson County Republican Party.

— $5,000 — Clallam County Republican Party.

— $2,000 — Grays Harbor Republican Party; James Barbarus, Sequim; John Goodman, George Petrie and Alyssa Petrie, all of Seattle.

— $1,500 — Washington Farm Bureau Pac, Lacey; Brian Heywood, Redmond.

— $1,250 — Dave Morris, Port Ludlow.

— $1,050 — Steve Blakeman, Port Angeles.

— $1,000 — Sandra Woodson, Edward Woodson, OSP Sling, Inc., all of Sequim; Todd Negus, Port Angeles; Family Policy Institute of Washington Action Pac, Lynwood; 24th Legislative District Republican Committee, Hoquiam; The Reagan Fund, Trucking Action Committee, Olympia; Apartments 58, LLC, Redmond; Family Policy Institute of Washington Action Pac, Lynwood; 24th Legislative District Republican Committee, Hoquiam; PHRMA, NFIB Washington Pac, both of Washington, D.C.

Expenditures: $121,243.69.

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