Incumbent Ward 1 Supervisor Stacey Giomi raised approximately $9,182 in contributions exceeding $100 in the last filing period before the 2022 election, which ended Oct. 15, according to the Nevada Secretary of State’s office.
Giomi’s largest contributors for the period were Gold Dust West Carson City and BORPAC – a political action committee of local realtors – each in for $1,000. Giomi also received $500 from Shaheen Beauchamp Builders, and $250 from former supervisor Shelly Aldean.
Giomi’s expenses came out to almost $5,685 for the period.
Giomi’s opponent, Wade Bradshaw, raised approximately $6,012, with expenses of roughly $558. Carson resident Bepsy Strasburg donated $1,000 to the campaign. Greg Clausen and Dan Mooney each donated $1,000 – with addresses listed in South Lake and Carson City, respectively. Bella Salon & Spa donated $500. Current Ward 2 Supervisor Maurice White donated $300 to Bradshaw’s campaign.
The race for Ward 3 saw significantly less revenue this period. Candidate Curtis Horton reported $1,887 in contributions exceeding $100, and $3,706 in expenses. The biggest contributor was Sierra Nevada Realtors, which gave $1,000. Bob and Cathy Weise donated $500, and Aldean donated approximately $242.
Horton’s opponent, James Wells, reported zero in both contributions and expenses for this period.
The race for Carson City Clerk-Recorder – a nonpartisan office – also produced some significant contributions this period.
Candidate William Scott Hoen raised $2,500 in contributions exceeding $100 but saw expenses of approximately $9,502. Some of the biggest contributors were Ed Levy for $500, White for $400, Nevada Assemblyman P.K. O’Neill for $250, and Assemblywoman Lisa Krasner for $200. Mayor Lori Bagwell also donated $100 to Hoen’s campaign.
Hoen’s opponent, Stacie Wilke-McCulloch, raised $3,400 in $100-plus contributions and had $2,715 in expenses. The biggest donation, registered with a California address, came from Kathy Lynn Johnson for $2,500. Susan Crowell, registered in Carson City, donated $500, and Jo Woods-Kirkpatrick and Sandra Koch each gave $200.
All filings for Carson City candidates, and for statewide races, can be found online at https://www.nvsos.gov/SOSCandidateServices/AnonymousAccess/CEFDSearchUU/Search.aspx#individual_search
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