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Kintigh, Mackey report most campaign donations in city races

Mayor Dennis Kintigh, seen at a January city event in this photo, has raised almost $7,000 since filing his re-election in early January Tom and Linda Krumland have each donated $2,500. Other contributions are anonymous or were made by other community members. (Trevier Gonzalez Photo)

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Incumbent Mayor Dennis Kintigh raised thousands of dollars more than his challengers during the month of January, while Ward 3 hopeful Tarra Morgan has garnered the most contributions among City Council candidates.

Office-seekers must detail their finances in an itemized report listing all income, cash or other contributions exceeding $100, as well as expenditures, to City Clerk Sharon Coll on the first day of February and March.

February finance reports include financial transactions through Jan. 25. The same itemized report is required on March 1 and after the election on April 1.

According to city ordinances, candidates were required to report after they filed for candidacy on Jan. 9. That report was to include everything they had received 45 days prior to the filing date. If the candidate does not file campaign finance reports, he or she could be subjected to a $50 fine for each day past the due date.

Mayoral candidates raise more than $10K since filing

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Dennis Kintigh had raised $6,975 in contributions and spent $4,355.92 in expenditures by Jan. 25, as reported by his campaign treasurer, Alice Eppers.

Del Jurney and his treasurer, Duane Evans, reported $700 in contributions and $125.81 in expenditures, while Natasha Mackey and treasurer Crockett Neighbors reported $2,672 in contributions and $840.54 in expenditures.

Sergio Gonzalez has received $250 in contributions and has spent $250, according to treasurer Danielle McKee’s report.

Contested Ward 3 brings in $700 

In Ward 1, Jeffrey Cabana, Catarino Munoz and Alfredo Dominguez III have reported zero dollars in both contributions and expenditures from the time of the filing until Jan. 25. Jacob Roebuck has reported $100 contributions and $172.80 in expenditures.

Caleb Grant, Ward 2 incumbent and the only person running in an uncontested race, reported zero for both expenditures and contributions.

In her first run for Roswell City Council, Ward 3 candidate Tarra Morgan has raised funds from family and community members, according to her filings with the City Clerk’s office. Morgan is shown in this photo at a Feb. 6 candidate forum. (Trevier Gonzalez Photo)

For Ward 3, all three candidates have raised and spent money on their campaigns. Richard Garcia reported $652.72 in expenses and $225.00 in contributions. Tarra Morgan listed $295.63 in expenditures and $375 in contributions on her reports. Judy Stubbs has reported $100 in contributions but no expenditures as of Jan. 25.

Whitney “Whit” Hamill has reported $173.99 in expenses, but no contributions, while George Peterson reported zero for both expenses and contributions in the Ward 4 race.

In the Ward 5 race, Angela Moore reported $50 in contributions and zero in expenditures, and Tabitha Denny reported no contributions or expenses.

Contributions and expenses are expected to rise significantly for February as the election nears.

Early voting at City Hall from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. is ongoing until March 2. Election Day is March 6, and the polls at the voting convenience centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

City reporter Alison Penn can be reached at 575-622-7710, ext. 205, or at reporter04@rdrnews.com.

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