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McCracken County candidates file financial statements with KREF | News

Those applying for elected office in Kentucky must submit all required campaign finance reports electronically to the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance. This requirement began with the 2020 primaries, according to the KREF.

Candidates who raise or spend, or expect to raise or spend more than $3,000 during a campaign must report to KREF their receipts, or how much money their campaign receives, and expenses, or how much money is spent on campaigns. report . Candidates who raise or spend $3,000 or less during a campaign are not required to submit pre- and post-election financial statements.

In addition, candidates who submitted their intent to run to KREF in 2021 to run for the 2022 elections were required to submit quarterly documents to report how much money had been raised or spent during the quarters. Quarter 4 in 2021 ran from October 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021. Quarterly reports, for those who submitted their intention to raise or spend campaign funds in 2021 for the 2022 elections, were to be submitted by KREF by January 4. , 2022. Many McCracken County applicants who applied to the McCracken County Clerk office registered with KREF in 2021 and were required to report quarterly financial statements.

Financial reports are available at kref.ky.gov. Here is a list of local candidates and a summary of their most recent financial statements reported to KREF:

coroner

Amanda Melton (incumbent):

transfer of $1,828.68 from the 2018 campaign to the 2022 campaign, according to Melton’s 2018 annual election campaign filing. No report filed for the 2022 primary campaign, expects to raise or out of more than $3,000 to give.

Sheriff

Quarter 3 receipts: $2,450; quarter 3 spending $4.60. No quarter 4 reports submitted as of January 5. Quarter 4 receipts: $1,750; quarter 4 expenses: $1,373.96

Attorney

Quarter 4 receipts: $46,475; quarter 4 expenses: $7,193.68

clerk

Quarter 3 receipts: $5,220; Quarter 3 Expenses: $3,530.82; no quarter 4 reports submitted as of January 5.

County Judge Executive

Craig Clymer (seated):

No report filed for primary 2022; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000. According to a 2019 annual filing on Clymer’s 2018 general election campaign, the 2018 general election fund has a balance of $16,836.69. Quarter 2 receipts: $0; Quarter 2 Expenses: $0. No Quarter 3 or Quarter 4 report submitted; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000.

County Commissioner – First District

Bill Bartleman (seated):

Not reported; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000.

District Commissioner — Second District

Quarter 4 receipts: $0; total spend: $0. No report submitted; expect to raise $3,000 or less.

County Commissioner — Third District

Quarter 4 receipts: $0; total expenses: $0.

Yolanda Johnson: Quarter 4 receipts: $1,229.92; Quarter 4 Expenses: $220.92. As of Jan. 5, Johnson has not filed any paperwork with the McCracken County Clerk’s Office to run for election, according to the clerk’s office.

City Commissioner

Sandra Wilson (seated):

Not reported; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000.

Raynarldo Henderson (seated):

Not reported; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000. No report submitted; expect to raise or spend $3,000 or less. No reports submitted; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000. Because Gault registered with KREF in 2022, she was not required to file a quarterly report. No reports submitted; expect to raise or spend $3,000 or less.

Kiesha Curry: No reports submitted; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000. Because Curry registered with KREF in 2022, she was not required to submit quarterly reports.

Prison Guard

David Knight (seated):

No reports submitted; expect to raise or spend more than $3,000. Quarter 3 receipts: $0; Quarter 3 Expenses: $0. Quarter 4 Receipts: $5,640.06; Quarter 4 Expenses: $0.

Property Valuation Manager

Quarter 3 receipts: $0; Quarter 3 Expenses: $0; expect to raise or spend $3,000 or less.

Justice of the Peace — Third District

Danny Orazine (seated):

Not reported; expect to raise $3,000 or less.

Constable – First District:

Not reported; expect to raise $3,000 or less.

Constable – Second District:

Eric Augustus (seated):

Not reported; expect to raise $3,000 or less. Not registered with KREF as of January 5 for primary 2022; has registered with the McCracken County Clerk’s Office for election.

Constable — Third District

Tony Veltri (seated): Not reported; expect to raise $3,000 or less.

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