Cape Girardeau County candidates report quarterly finances

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Republican candidate for Cape Girardeau County presiding commissioner Clint Tracy reported that contributions received and expenditures made have not exceeded $500 since his last campaign financial quarterly report in July. In July Tracy's statement reported the campaign had $17,966.57 on hand. Tracy filed a committee statement of limited activity Friday with the Missouri Ethics Commission.

Tracy's opponent, Democrat Pat Wissman, reports having $496.63 on hand at the end of the quarter in September. According to the committee disclosure report Wissman filed, Wissman lent his campaign $705 and he received a donation from the Byrd Township Democrats for $150. He also received a $200 donation from Kelly Doban of Cincinnati. Wissman also listed a $807.74 in-kind contribution from himself to the campaign. The report lists his expenditures as $558.37.

In the Cape Girardeau County recorder of deeds race, Democratic incumbent Janet Robert had more money on hand than her Republican challenger, Scott R. Clark. Robert reported having $8,587.98 on hand, whereas Clark reported having $1,466.

Robert received a $999 donation from the Cape Girardeau County Democratic Central Committee; a $200 donation from Fred Kelley of Cape Girardeau, an employee of the Craftsman Independent Union; and $150 from Brenda Woemmel, a retiree from Cape Girardeau. She also reports $375 in smaller donations of less than $100 per donor. Her expenditures this quarter were $1,288.12, including a $1,017.49 payment to Cape Girardeau Printing for brochures.

Clark reported lending his campaign $2,000 and receiving $230 in smaller donations of less than $100 per donor. His expenses for the quarter were $2,223.01, including $1,104.58 to Cape Girardeau Printing for campaign materials.

cbartholomew@semissourian.com

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