State and county annual campaign reports were due and filed with the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission. The reports cover the period from Jan. 1, 2015 thru Dec. 31 and were due Jan. 10.
For District 9, incumbent Sen. Julia Lynn, R, lists cash on hand as $49,699 and challenger Chris Morrow, D, lists $1.860.
Lynn’s report lists several $1,000 contributors including: Burns & McDonnell Engineering, Inc., Centene Management Company, LLC, R. Lee or Barbara A. Harris, Kansas Restaurant & Hospitality Assoc. PAC, Associated General Contractors of Kansas, John G. Lewis, Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Grandmother’s Inc., Koch Industries, Inc., Phil Ruffin, and Wichita Metro Chamber PAC.
Morrow’s report lists Patricia Morrow as contributing $1,000.
For District 43, incumbent Rep. Bill M. Sutton, R, lists cash on hand as $4,602, and challenger Donald Roberts, R, lists $21,977
Sutton’s report lists no $1,000 donations but several for $500 including: American Legislative Exchange Council, Kansas Realtors PAC, John Lewis and Koch Industries.
Roberts’ report has no $1,000 donations, but several for $500 including: A.M.Cohron Son, Inc., Bayer Construction Co., Construction Success Concrete Strategies, DeLong Co., Inc., Ebert Construction Co. In., Edgerton Land Holding Co., ELHC II, LLC, ELHC IV, LLC, ELHC V, LLC, ELHC XI, LLC, ELHC XII, LLC, ELHC, XIV, LLC, ELHC XV, LLC, Ferrell Capital, Inc., Foley Industries, Inc., Hall Brothers, Inc., Heritage Electric, LLC, Kansas Contractors Association, Northpoint Holdings, LLC, RLC, LLC, Road Builders Mchinery & Supply Co., Inc., Sherwood Const. Co., Inc., Shilling Construction Co. LLC, Tradebot Properties, LLC, Tradebot Ventures, Inc., Robert Alumbaugh, Joseph Brandmeyer, Steven Braun, Kerry Bush, Kelly Clark, James Ferrell, Brett Grady, Robert Gude, Nathaniel Hagedorn, Johan Henricksen, Larry Lapinski, Ian McDonald, Chad Meyer, Heather Pfender, Mark Pomerenk, Patrick Robinson, Dale Schedler, John Thomas, and Kathleen Vitale.
Incumbent Rep. Willie Dove, R, District 38, has $24,184 cash on hand. He has one donation in excess of $1,000 for $1,617 from ALEC.
Incumbent Sen. Martha Baumgardner, R, District 37 has $10,866 cash on hand. She lists one $1,000 donation from Phil Ruffin.
All submitted campaign finance reports can online at the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission at LINK.