Last Updated on October 20, 2020 by admin
Payson City Council candidates Deborah Rose and Jolynn Schinstock have filed reams of monetary paperwork over the course of the 2020 election cycle.
To date, the candidates have filed 5 monetary reviews, a sixth was due Oct. 15. The reviews should present who’s donating to their campaigns and the way they’re spending the cash.
Rose’s report reveals she introduced in $10,030 whereas Schinstock reported $eight,325 in receipts, placing solely $1,705 between the 2.
Over the election cycle, Rose’s marketing campaign has obtained $13,805 in donations and spent $9,844. Schinstock has obtained $12,246, spending $5,410. The price of promoting accounts for many of their expenditures.
The largest donor to Rose between July 19 and Sept. 30 was Ray Kinsman of Payson, who contributed $2,000. Wm. D. Powers and Rory Schmitz, each of Payson, every made donations of $1,000.
Contributing $500: Kenny Pyle, Woodstock, Ga.; Barbara Buntin, Payson; Carla Tolar, Payson; and Linda Morris, Payson. Howarth Rowe, additionally of Payson, donated $300.
The Thomas Morrissey for Mayor committee contributed $450 to the Rose marketing campaign.
Roy Sandoval, Payson, took subject with this donation. He stated state statutes say an lively marketing campaign committee can not donate to a different marketing campaign. In response to the web site for monetary reviews listed above, the Thomas Morrissey for Mayor committee remains to be lively. Sandoval stated state statutes bars this sort of donation.
The Roundup contacted Gila County Elections Director Eric Mariscal for extra info. He advised a overview of ARS 16-933 (A) three A. It states, “A. A committee that intends to terminate shall eliminate surplus monies as follows: three. Within the case of a candidate committee, contribute surplus monies to a candidate committee for an additional candidate underneath the next situations: (a) The candidate committee makes the contribution after the time interval for submitting a nomination paper pursuant to part 16-311, subsection A.”
Schinstock’s largest contributor was Richard Mallery, Paradise Valley, Ariz., who donated $1,000. Margie Oldenkamp, Payson, contributed $500. Ralph Bossart and Steve Smith, each of Payson, every contributed $300.