Georgia House District 22 incumbent Rep. Sean Jerguson (R-Holly Springs) and his Republican opponent, Scot Turner, have both turned in their June 30 campaign contribution disclosures to the Georgia Government Transparancy and Campaign Finance Commission.
Jerguson continues to out-raise and out-spend his challenger.
The Holly Springs legislator raised $51,300.12 during the entire period, bringing his total contributions to $126,604.26.
Jerguson spent $22,904.48 during the period, which raised his total amount of expenditures to $68,106.38.
The candidate has $58,497.88 in the bank.
Some of Jerguson’s largest contributors include Anheuser-Busch Companies at $1,000; AT&T Georgia PAC at $750; Citizens for Calvin Hill at $500; Committee for Responsible Health Care Policy at $600; Canton law firm Dyer & Rusbridge at $500; Edward Lindsey for State House 54 Committee at $1,000; Friends of Jan Jones at $2,500; Georgia Dental Association PAC at $1,000; Georgia Association of Realtors PAC at $1,000; Georgia Optometry Association PAC at $1,000; Georgia Retailers Action Committee at $1,000; Larry O’Neal Campaign Fund at $2,500; Atlanta law firm McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP at $500; Ralston For Representative Committee, Inc. at $5,000 and Wal-Mart Stores Inc., at $1,500.
Turner reported bringing in $2,010 during the most recent period, bringing his total contributions to $8,346.16. The candidate spent $5,076.43 during the period, which raised his total expenditure amount to $6,301.13
Turner now has $2,045.03 in the bank.
Turner’s only major contributor during the reporting period is southwest Cherokee County resident and Republican Party member Rick Davies at $800.