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House Dist. 74 Campaign Finance Reports

The following are campaign finance reports for the three candidates in the race to replace outgoing state representative Jay Love in the House District 74 seat.

Charlotte Borden Meadows

Lifetime Summary

Report filed: 9/3/13

Total Cash Contributions: $127,794

Plus Total Other Receipts: $0

Less Total Expenditures: $14,502.16

Ending Balance: $113,291.84

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $1,707

Annual Summary

Report filed: 9/3/13

Total Cash Contributions: $127,794

Plus Total Other Receipts: $0

Less Total Expenditures: $14,502.16

Ending Balance: $113,291.84

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $1,707


Dimitri Polizos

Lifetime Summary

Report filed: 8/30/13

Total Cash Contributions: $17,410

Plus Total Other Receipts: $0

Less Total Expenditures: $4,226.51

Ending Balance: $13,183.49

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $0

Annual Summary

Report filed: 8/30/13

Total Cash Contributions: $17,410

Plus Total Other Receipts: $0

Less Total Expenditures: $4,226.51

Ending Balance: $13,183.49

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $0


Heather Sellers


Lifetime Summary

Report filed: 9/4/13

Total Cash Contributions: $31,837.99

Plus Total Other Receipts: $10,000

Less Total Expenditures: $8,281.71

Ending Balance: $33,556.28

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $15,700

Annual Summary

Report filed: 9/4/13

Total Cash Contributions: $31,837.99

Plus Total Other Receipts: $10,000

Less Total Expenditures: $8,281.71

Ending Balance: $33,556.28

Reported In-Kind (Non-Monetary) items not included in balance
In-Kind Contributions: $15,700

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