Campaign finance reports made public by the Colorado Secretary of State's Office on Oct. 17 show that the eight candidates for Douglas County School Board have collectively raised $168,850 - about …
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Campaign finance reports made public by the Colorado Secretary of State's Office on Oct. 17 show that the eight candidates for Douglas County School Board have collectively raised $168,850 - about $88,000 more than the six candidates did in the 2015 school board election.
The four candidates on the Elevate slate have raised a total of $98,980, compared to the anti-reform candidates, who together have collected $66,693.
Here is a look at the individual campaigns' fundraising and some of their larger contributors through the first filing period, which covered Oct. 28, 2016 through Oct. 12 of this year.
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Ryan Abresch: He has raised $21,060 from 110 donations, his expense report shows. Some of his larger donations include $1,000 from Mary Wright, who is employed at G.A. Wright Inc., a retail consultant office in Denver. Edward McVaney, a retiree from Greenwood Village, donated $5,000.
Randy Mills: Across 126 donations, he has raised $21,270. His larger donors include $1,000 from Chrystalla Larson, president of C&L Water Solutions, a water distribution and sewer collection systems company in Littleton. Jon Saeman, owner of Medallion Enterprises, a financial services company in Denver, contributed $6,250.
Grant Nelson: He has raised $34,374 from 151 donations. His larger donations include $3,000 from Christopher Wright, CEO of Liberty Oilfield Services in Denver, and $5,000 from Edward McVaney, a retiree from Greenwood Village.
Debora Scheffel: She has 120 donations totaling $21,836. Her larger donors include $1,000 from Chrystalla Larson, president of C&L Water Solutions and Edward McVaney, a retiree from Greenwood Village.
Chris Schor: She has raised $16,223 from 277 donations. Douglas County Parents, a political committee registered with the state, donated $7,115 to her campaign. Some of her other larger donations include $1,000 from Parker resident Jake Meuli and $1,000 from Parker resident Clare Leonard.
Anthony Graziano: With 228 donations, he has raised $14,990. Douglas County parents contributed $6,082. His larger donations include $1,000 from Herschel Ramsey, of Parker, and $1,055 from Clare Leonard, of Parker.
Krista Holtzmann: She has raised $21,894 from 240 donations. Douglas County Parents contributed $7,197. Jake Meuli, of Parker, donated $1,000. Roger Nishimura, a Denver resident, gave $1,000.
Kevin Leung: He received 212 donations for a total of $16,429. Douglas County Parents contributed $7,160. No other donations exceeded $1,000.
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