Campaign spending reports are in for those running to serve on the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, District 2 for the period Jan. 1 through July 26.
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So far, the six candidates running for supervisor have raised and/or loaned themselves a little over $71,000 towards their campaigns.
Chris Amaral reported $4,090 raised to date and $22 spent. His largest contribution is a $3,750 loan he made to his own campaign.
Shiva Frentzen reported $19,853 raised and $3,598 spent. Included in her contributions is a $10,000 loan to her campaign, plus a $5,000 loan from H. and A. Elli. Another large contributor was CDF Firefighters at $1,500. She also received an in-kind contribution of $1,450 from J. Moore Methods for polling services.
Claire McNeal reported $17,750 raised and $17,670 spent. McNeal has self-funded her campaign with the amount of $17,600. Her expenses include filing fees, print ads, literature and a campaign consultant.
Jennifer Nutting reported $11,671 raised including a $5,000 loan to herself and a $1,100 in-kind donation from Perry Creek Winery for a fundraising event. She has spent $5,005 on filing fees, campaign signs and other campaign related expenses.
Dave Pratt reported $15,646 raised and $9,434 spent. Included in his contributions is a $2,000 loan from his winery and $1,550 in non-monetary contributions. Many of his contributors are from the agricultural community. His expenses include filing fees, signs and rental of a room for a fundraiser.
George Turnboo reported $2,000 raised and $2,o00 spent. His contributions were all in the form of loans. No details were provided on expenses.
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