State representative, position 1 finances

The following campaign finance information for state House of Representative Position 1 candidates Mike Chapman and Sue Forde 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 Chapman’s or Forde’s name.

Mike Chapman

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: Dec. 31, 2018.

Starting balance: $48,807.

Contributions: $122,435.

Cash contributions: $120,893.

In-kind contributions: $1,542.

Loans: $0.00.

Total: $171,242.

Expenditures: $31,834.

Third-party expenditures: $18,534.

Debt: $0.00.

Contributions more than $1,000:

• $2,000: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Sequim; Rayonier Inc., Wildlight, Fla; Chevron USA Inc., San Ramon, Calif.; Puget Sound Pilots, Washington State Dental PAC, Weyerhaeuser NR, Delta Dental of Washington, Amazon.com Services Inc.. Washington Beverage Association, Washington Affordable Housing Council, Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia; BNSF Railway Co., Fort Worth, Texas; The Boeing Company Political Action Committee (PAC), Arlington, Va.; Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie, Wash.; Microsoft, Redmond; Enterprise Holdings, St. Louis, Mo.; Connie Ballmer, Bellevue; Washington State Auto Dealers PAC, Renton.

$1,542: Washington State Democrats, Seattle.

$1,500: Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Auburn; Reg Grays Harbor LLC, Ames, Iowa; Premera Blue Cross, Associated Contractors of Washington Build PAC, Seattle; BP North America Employee PAC, Houston, Texas; Washington Building and Construction Trades Council PAC, Olympia.

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

$1,000: Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Platypus Marine Inc., Port Angeles.

$250: Bill Putney, Gail Rogers, Port Townsend; Janet Mullen, Robert Mullen, Sequim.

Sue Forde

Candidate registration with the PDC, after which campaign contributions can be collected: March 6, 2020.

Starting balance: $0.00.

Contributions: $55,203.

Cash contributions: $51,190.

In-kind contributions: $4,013.

Loans: $150.

Total: $55,353.

Expenditures: $52,702.

Third-party expenditures: $4,693.

Debt: $0.00.

Contributions more than $1,000:

$10,000: House Republican Organizational Committee, Olympia.

$3,333: Washington State Republican Party, in-kind expenditure, Bellevue.

$2,000: Jefferson County Republican Party, Chimacum; Thomas La Rosa, Port Angeles.

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

$1,432: Bill Peach, Forks.

$1,300: Karen White, Beaver.

$1,176: Small contributions.

$1,093: Bobbie Piety, Sequim.

$1,034.50: Diana Hay, Rich Hay, Sequim.

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

$1,000: John Nolan, Sequim.

$934.50: James Barbarus, Sequim.

$900: Steve Marble, Sequim.

$650: Judy Ann Williams, Carlsborg.

$597: Ken Valentine, Sequim.

$579: Janette Chrysler, Sequim.

$500: E.J. McKeever, Alice McKeever, Yves Panelli, Virginia R. Sheppard, Sequim; Republican Women of Clallam County, Port Angeles.

$386: Victor Wright, Port Angeles.

$350: Susan Shotthafer, Daniel Shotthafer, Port Angeles.

$330: Joseph Hudon, Sequim.

$300: Anne Stiles, Sequim; Richard Pilling, Port Angeles.

$270: Sharon Hudon, Sequim.

$250: Dan Smith Construction, Roger Kincaid, Sequim; David Crippen Contracting, Forks.

$224: Donald J. Alexander, Sequim.

$200: Tim Cookson, Patricia Rosand, Port Angeles; Diana Smith, Sequim; Gene Farr, Port Townsend.

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