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 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, 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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