Updated: Two-woman race for superior court judgeship already seeing $111,000 in contributions. Plus: Election dates.

Updated: Two-woman race for superior court judgeship already seeing $111,000 in contributions. Plus: Election dates.

 

The race for the opening superior court judgeship in Floyd County already has seen more than $111,000 in contributions through March 31.  Here are the campaign finance reports through that point as reported to the State Ethics Commission:

Kay Ann Wetherington, superior court judge candidate. Click here

Contributions: $63,551, primary from the legal community, medical and local business.

Expenditures: $26,957: Included are billboard advertising, signage, media (including $1,080 to Hometown Headlines as well as $800 to the Times-Journal in Marietta and $1,862 to WLAQ.

In the bank: $36,594.

Emily Matson, superior court judge candidate. Click here

Contributions: $47,467, including a mix of business owners, the legal community and educators.

Expenditures: $29,001: Included are billboards, signage, campaign palm cards, ads in the Passion Play and more than $4,000 in campaign staff payroll.

In the bank: $18,466.


 Hometown Headlines is only reporting campaign finance reports for contested local candidates appearing on the May 22 primary ballot.


The calendar: The primary is May 22 this year with the runoff (if needed) set for July 24. The general election is Nov. 6. The local ballot this year features seats on the Floyd County Commission, School Board, superior court and the legislative delegation.

 

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