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Campaign Finance Reports for Rice County Candidates

How much money have local candidates raised? Patch has the documents.

Election season is nearly done and Rice County Board of Commissioner candidates have released their finance reports that were due last week to the state's Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. 

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  • Campaign Finance Reports for Northfield's Legislative Candidates

Here's a look at the totals through Oct. 29.

Special notes:

  • Not all reports are equal and some candidates have more detailed reports than others. In some cases, money spent over the period is more than the amount raised, meaning the candidate had money from previous reporting cycles. Candidates need only report donations of more than $100. Reporting times vary.
  • Candidates were not required to submit a form if their campaign did not raise more than $750.
  • Money Raised: includes in-kind donations as well as cash.

Rice County Commissioner—District 1

Kathleen Doran-Norton (Report dated: 5/20-10/26) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand $715 $1,967.20 $0

Rice County Commissioner—District 2

Galen Malecha (Report dated: 5/20-10/26) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand $1,798.64 $2,302.63 $0

Rice County Commissioner—District 4

Carol King (Report dated: 5/20-10/26) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand $200 $521.41 $0 Dave Miller (Report dated: 6/15-10/26) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand $0 $1,200 $0

Rice County Commissioner—District 5

Jeff Docken (Report dated: N/A-10/26) Money Raised Money Spent Cash on Hand $1,325 $1,311.40 $14

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