Lawrence mayoral candidates raise combined total of about $600K

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The final campaign finance reports due before the Nov. 7 general election show the two Lawrence mayoral candidates raised a combined total of nearly $600,000 through mid-October.

Republican David Hofmann outraised Democrat Deb Whitfield, reporting a year-to-date total of more than $385,000. In comparison, Whitfield’s year-to-date total is approximately $208,000.

Among Whitfield’s donors listed as giving $2,000 or more — in-kind and direct contributions — are:

  • The Indiana Democratic Party, for which different year-to-date totals for in-kind services are listed. The two largest are $38,409 and $32,000.
  • DSPolitical LLC of Washington, D.C., $12,500
  • IN/KY/OH Regional Council of Carpenters, $10,000
  • Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, $10,000
  • Citizens for Excellence in Government, $6,000
  • Hickory Recovery Management LLC, $5,000
  • Krieg Devault LLP, $5,000
  • Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP of Louisville, $5,000
  • ICE PAC, $5,000
  • IBEW PAC Voluntary Fund in Washington, D.C., $5,000
  • Dennis Otten, $5,000
  • Ali for Indy — the PAC for Indianapolis City-County District 5 Councilmember Ali Brown — $4,750
  • Greg Hahn, $3,000
  • Indiana Laborers District Council, $2,500
  • Plumbers, Steamfitters & HVAC Technicians Local 440, $2,500
  • Frost Brown Todd PAC, $2,500
  • Martha O/Connor, $2,000

Hofmann’s contributors of $2,000 or more — in-kind and direct contributions — are:

  • Committee to Elect Steve Collier — the PAC for the outgoing Lawrence mayor — $80,000
  • MIBOR, $10,000
  • Jason Sondhi, $7,500
  • DP B6 PAC, $7,000
  • Kroger, Gardis and Regas LLP, $6,000
  • IN Republican State Committee, $5,801.25
  • RQAW, $5,000
  • Central IN Constructors PAC, $5,000
  • Amerifence, Inc., $5,000
  • Kyle Walker for IN, $5,000
  • Gated Properties 1X LLC of Long Beach, Calif., $5,000
  • Don Steel, $4,500
  • Steven Butz, $4,000
  • Andy and Jan Brown, $4,000
  • Barnes and Thornburg, $3,450
  • Sanjay Paten, $2,750
  • Kiel Williams, $2,640
  • FOP 86, $2,500
  • TJ Farrar, $2,000
  • BLA Inc. $2,000

Whitfield reported spending about $181,000 from January through mid-October. Hofmann’s reported spending for that same period is about $380,000.


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