Originally Published: July 25, 2016 6:02 a.m.
Both candidates for the District 1 seat on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors filed their financial reports correctly, based on the most recent available covering Jan. 1 through May 31, 2016.
Challenger Mary Beth Hrin filed an amendment May 24 indicating a change of chairman from herself to Jill Martin, change of address, change of banks, and change of political committee treasurer from John Stevens to John Lamerson.
Hrin has raised $4,285.03 and spent $1,052.83, with $322 as in-kind expenditures. She loaned her campaign $554. She has $3,232 left.
Contributors to Hrin’s efforts include Harry Oberg ($500), Jeri Smith Fornara ($760), Nancy Kapper ($175), Constance Canteleme ($100), David Stringer ($200), Nettie Lamerson ($200), Pam Pearsall ($100), Chris Kuknyo ($50), Michael Gjede ($50), and Phil Goode ($199).
Incumbent Rowle Simmons serves as chairman of the Re-elect Rowle P. Simmons Committee, with Christa Simmons serving as treasurer.
Simmons, running for his second term, has raised $7,000 and spent $4,593.86. Contributors to his campaign include Steve Rutherford ($1,000), Nancy O’Brien ($5,000), L.D. Fraijo ($100), Bob Been ($250), and Ralph Rodarte ($200).
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