Mark Shriver and David Cannon Jr. have both filed their campaign disclosure reports with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission’s office.
According to his report, Cannon has raised $10,400 in total contributions for the reporting period, but reported total expenditures of $11,613.33, leaving his campaign with a deficit of $1,213.33 on hand.
Cannon also lent himself $3,000 toward his campaign during the reporting period.
Some notable contributors to Cannon’s campaign include his father, attorney David Cannon Sr., for $262.60 for food at a fundraiser; Edna Cook, Waleska city councilwoman, for $200; Cherokee Chief Assistant Solicitor General Barry Hixson for $1,000; Wanda Roach of Canton for $250; Ball Ground Mayor Rick Roberts for $250; and Louis Turchiarelli, a Marietta attorney, for $500.
Shriver reported $12,575 in contributions for the reporting period, with $15,355.56 in total expenditures, leaving his campaign with a deficit of $2,780.56. Shriver did not report any loans during this period.
Shriver itemized all of his contributions, even those donations below the $100 requirement.
Some notable contributors to Shriver’s campaign include Peter Gleichman, a Woodstock attorney, for $250 and former county commissioner and attorney Gil Howard with $250. Canton attorney Dana Thompson gave $250 and two contributions of $250 each from her law firm, Thompson, Meir and Kind P.C.
In his addendum statement, Shriver noted that “(he) has contributed $20,000 of his personal funds to pay expenses incurred (outside) contributions (to) the campaign. The reports did not include his personal contributions…”