ZANESVILLE — Candidates for Muskingum County Commissioner spent hundreds of bucks on commercials and a lot more, according to their post-primary campaign finance reports.
John Furek ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot in the Could 3 major. Melissa Bell won the Republican most important by a slender margin about Anthony Adornetto.
Campaign finance reports were owing Friday. They display who donated to each marketing campaign and what how campaigns put in money by way of June 3. The board of elections has not checked the studies.
This is what each and every candidate raised and what they used money on in their strategies:
Melissa Bell’s campaign spent additional cash than it experienced on hand by the stop of the principal, in accordance to the finance report. The equilibrium reveals it was $556 in the pink by the time the doc was submitted.
The committee been given $5,200 in donations from the time her pre-primary report was submitted. She also contributed an added $4,500 to her possess marketing campaign, and $10,000 was brought forward from the preceding report, with a starting balance totaling at $20,695.30.
The bulk of that, $20,427, was put in on contracting products and services from Greater part Procedures, a Florida-primarily based business that has “about 125 yrs of collective working experience influencing public viewpoint and behavior to make a wanted motion and final result,” according to its Twitter webpage. The finance stories states that money was utilized for “mailers and campaign.”
Just one notable donor was Cody Pettit, a not long ago appointed Zanesville Town Council member. He contributed $250 to Bell’s marketing campaign.
Anthony Adornetto For Commissioner experienced a full of $9,903 on hand at the commencing of the write-up-key report. He used all but $1,389.59 by the close of his campaign.
His campaign raised $1,118.45 between the time of the pre-key report and the put up-primary report. The committee forward cash from the last for a whole stability of $9,903.78, and later spent 87% of that, typically on marketing.
The recipients of that income involved WHIZ Media Group, Kessler Sign Enterprise, and the designer of the advertisements primarily based in Norwich.
John Furek’s campaign experienced a equilibrium of $2,054.90 at the time of the submit-key report submitting. It invested $17.50 whole all over the principal marketing campaign.
The Committee to Elect John Furek acquired $275 in monetary contributions. His only expenditures were being for electronic transfers for receiving donations online.
All of his donors were being from Muskingum County, besides a single individual who lives in Boulder, Colorado. They donated $50 to the campaign.
This write-up originally appeared on Zanesville Times Recorder: How Muskingum County Commissioner candidates used funds in major