Campaign receipt and expenditure reports were due the first of this week, with numbers gradually coming in. Many started this reporting period of July through October with quite a bit of cash on hand.
The 22nd Senate race featuring Tom Hawk and Bob Reader shows Hawk with $33,280.25 in contributions, with expenditures of $15,822.48. Reader looks to have received $74,106.00 in contribution, with his expenditures landing at $56.060.01.
Of these two candidates, only Reader began this reporting period with any cash on hand with $4,608.72.
Those running for the State Representative 51st District were no exception to having cash on hand when they started as candidate Ron Highland had $1,459.48 and Richard Pikul started with $528.54.
Highland had $10,672.00 in contribution, expending $6,469.31. Pikul had $3,980.00 in total contributions with his expenditures ending at $2,929.01.
State house races show Sydney Carlin in the 66th district with $16,923.00 in contributions this reporting period, and expenditures of $24,248.14. Cash in hand at the end of this last reporting period is $14,879.68.
Canidate Lee Modesitt ended the period with $2,188.63 on hand, receiving $17,755.00 in contributions and expending $20,946.73.
In the 67th District, Tom Phillips has received far more in contributions and spent more than his opponent. The latest report filed Monday shows Phillips received $21,592.92 in contributions and spent $10,371.51. Aaron Estabrook had $3,795.00 in contributions, spending $4,653.68.
Phillips also started off the reporting period with a bit more cash on hand, reporting $7,157.80 as Estabrook had $1,627.00.
In the Riley County commission District two race, Robert Boyd had $4,700.00 in contributions and expended $5,435.89. He started off the reporting period with $1,717.53 cash on hand.
His opponent Scott Seel started off with $663.89 cash on hand, receiving $1,432.00 in contributions and spending $1,526.23.
In the Riley County commission District three race, candidate Ron Wells has received a bit more in contributions over his oppenent but not by much.
Wells started the reporting period off with $2,653.65 cash on hand, receiving $4,530.00 in total contributions and expending $5,642.80.
Oppenent Rod Harms started off with $1,958.03 cash on hand, getting $3,990.00 in total contributions and spending $5,392.56.