Jeff Rusbridge, a local attorney, and Michelle Homier, a State Court prosecutor, both fielded their campaign disclosure reports with the Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission for the period ending June 30.
According to Homier’s campaign contribution report, she reported a total of $11,444.46 during the reporting period and spent $11,268.81, leaving her campaign with $175.65 cash on hand.
Homier reported $607.01 in in-kind
donations and $125 in cash contributions, as well as an $11,318.80 loan she gave to her campaign during the reporting period. She has paid $25 toward the loan so far, leaving her total indebtedness at $11,293.80.
Some notable contributors to Homier’s campaign were Jan Holbrook, a Cherokee County teacher, who made five separate in-kind donations totaling $553.51 and Mark Webb of Canton for $100.
According to Rusbridge’s report, he reported a total of $2,173 in contributions for the reporting period, with $50,998 in contributions to date.
Rusbridge’s total expenditures for the reporting period were $16,670.01, leaving his total expenditures to date at $24,043.82. Rusbridge’s cash on hand is reportedly $26,954.18.
Though he reported no loans during the reporting period, Rusbridge had a total outstanding indebtedness of $25,000 at the beginning of the reporting period.
Some notable contributors to Rusbridge’s campaign include Darrell Caudill, attorney for Roach, Caudill and Gunn in Canton, for $200; Jeremy Smith, restaurant manager at Chick-fil-A, for $100; Donald Stevens, a retired Canton pilot, for $200; and Richard Whiteside, a consulting ecologist from Waleska, for $250.