District 2 incumbent Commissioner Jim Hubbard and challengers Raymond Gunnin and Channing Ruskell have all submitted their June 30 campaign contributions and expenditures.
The grace period for candidates to report their contributions and expenditures ended Monday.
Hubbard, who is seeking a third term on the commission, raised $3,760 for the period, which brings his total contributions to $3,831.17.
The candidate has spent $2,518.19 to date, all of which occurred during the period between March 31 and June 30.
Hubbard’s fellow county commissioners are his most notable backers, with County Commission Chairman Buzz Ahrens and District 1 Commissioner Harry Johnston each donating $200.
Gunnin, the county’s former fire chief, collected $7,918.59 this period, which is all the money he has reported taking in so far in his campaign.
The former fire chief has had no contributors as all the contributions reported appear to be from himself.
Gunnin has spent $6,897.59, all of which he spent in the most recent reporting period.
Gunnin currently has $1,021 in the bank.
Ruskell has only collected and spent money in the most recent campaign period, according to his report. He has raised $3,400 and spent $1,643, leaving him with $1,757 in the bank.
Ruskell is also reporting a $1,200 loan he took out for the June 30 reporting period.
His most notable supporters include Canton attorney Michael Bray at $250; Canton Tea Party member David Cosby at $100; $500 from the Grassroots Conservatives of Cherokee, which his campaign manager Bill Dewrell is a member; and County Commissioner Karen Bosch’s ex-husband Eddie Mahurin at $250.
Ruskell is representing Mahurin in his contempt case against Bosch regarding their divorce settlement.
In the District 3 race, candidate Chris Hampton also has only raised and spent money for the most recent period.
Hampton raised $6,250 and has spent $5,064.82. That leaves him with $1,185 in cash on hand.
Hampton’s most notable supporter includes State Rep. Sean Jerguson (R-Holly Springs), donating $500 toward his campaign.
He also received $350 from Latimer Construction and also gave himself $1,100.
Brian Poole also has only raised and spent contributions during the most recent reporting period. Pool has raised $5,025 and spent $5,003, leaving him with $21.02 in the bank.
Poole also reported a $1,387.50 loan from Woodstock Funeral Home Funeral Assistant Harold Silvey to his campaign.
Poole’s major supporter was his employer, contributing a total of $1,750.