According to his campaign finance disclosure form filed Oct. 18, Hollister, a retired veterinarian, has received $3,432 in contributions from 19 supporters and made himself a $500 campaign loan. He has spent $1,861.
Cort, the only mayoral candidate listed on the municipal ballot, reported no expenditures and has financed his campaign through a $14,500 self-loan.
· Richard Ahart, $1,355 in cash donated by seven contributors ranging from $20 to $100 each, and a $5,200 self-loan, with expenditures of $5,204.
· Deborah Lindsey, $3,137 in cash, $1,084 in nonmonetary contributions, and expenditures of $5,963.
· Susan Goldbeck, $3,300, including a loan to herself of $925, and expenditures of $2,537.
· Carmelita Garcia, $4,893, including a $200 loan to herself, and $82 in nonmonetary contributions, and expenditures of $5,237.
· Bill Kampe reported $6,578 in contributions, including a $2,000 loan to himself, and expenditures of $3,940.
· Daniel Miller reported a self-loan of $5,753 and contributions of $730 for a total of $6,582, and expenditures of $2,738.
· Ken Cuneo and David Dilworth reported no contributions. Cuneo stated his campaign is entirely self-funded.
No one contributed to Dilworth. ha ha.