Candidates seeking county offices had to file campaign finance reports recently, including the four men seeking the Grayson County Judge’s seat. The reports covered the period October 2013 through December 2013.

Candidates seeking county offices had to file campaign finance reports recently, including the four men seeking the Grayson County Judge’s seat. The reports covered the period October 2013 through December 2013.


The contributions listed in those reports ranged from the $30,255 war chest listed by Bill Magers to the $3,550 reported by Jim Maddock. Trent Bass reported $13,961 in contributions and Gene Short reported $5,600. But in race that is most likely to result in a run off, many may want to know not just how much money each candidate is taking in, but who is contributed to the individual campaigns.


Magers listed the following contributions: Mark Pike of Whitesboro, $500; Jim Olin of Pottsboro, $100; Bill Richardson of Sherman, $5,000; Jeff Brown of Sherman, $500; Mike Green of Ardmore, Okla., $5,000; Bob Jarvis of Sherman, $1,000; Brett Smith of Sherman, $350; Willie Steele of Sherman, $200; Robert Hemphins of Denison, $100; Robert Brady of Denison, $100; David Bayless Jr. of Denison, $250; Chris Rehmet of Sherman, $500; Todd Thomson of Pottsboro, $500; Bill Rasor of Van Alstyne, $300; Scott Bandemir of Sherman, $500; Eddie Young of Sherman, $1,000; Roger Luttrell of Howe, $250; Bob Tate of Sherman, $500; Tom Johnston of Sherman, $500; Jim Caskey of Sherman, $1,000; Lee Olmstead of Sherman, $500; Chip Adami of Sherman, $250; Gail Utter of Sherman, $1,000; Uva M. Gary of Sherman $250; Scott Bechtel of Sherman, $2,530 (in-kind truck wrap); Eric Hill of Plano, $500; Light T. Cummins of Sherman, $250; Mike Glover of of Plano, $150; Kiki Osterman of Sherman, $1,500; Wayne McCarley of Sherman, $2,400 (in-kind digital billboard); Clyde Siebman of Sherman, $1,000; Scott Miller of Dallas, $100; Joey Jordan of Sherman, $100; Lawrence Davis of Sherman, $500; John Shoulders of Sherman, $1,000.


Magers listed $15,515 in political expenditures for the reporting period.


Maddock reported contributions of more than $100 from Freddie Cravens of Whitesboro, $250; Dominic and Brenda Lampe of Sherman, $250; Bob and Mary Lou Perryman of Collinsville, $500; Bon and Carolyn Montgomery of Sherman, $250; Jim and Toni Keller of Whitesboro, $2,000; David and Karen Verinder of Sadler, $100; and Charles and Sue Hall of Sherman, $100. Maddock also reported loaning his campaign $955.


Maddock listed $3,542 in political expenditures.


Bass reported contributions of $100 or more from the following: Clint Long of Sherman, $1,000; Joye Ayers of Sherman, $500; Charles Piazza of Denison, $400; Scott Marr of Denison, $500; Cindy Kuneman of Denison, $500; Joseph Lipscomb of Pottsboro, $500; Joseph Brown of Sherman, $250; Frank and Janet Ventura of Pottsboro, $500; Trent Bass Committee of Sherman, $1,504; Don and Mary Burcham of Sherman, $100; John Arriazola of Sherman, $100; Jerry Ashford of Sherman, $100; John Gebhard of Sherman, $100; Chuck Ozendez of Pottsboro, $300; Barbara and George Woodruff of Gunter, $200; Carol and Johnny Waldrip of Sherman, $200; Diann and Jeff Spencer of Sherman, $500; Tim Dungan of Sherman, $250; Larry Watkins of Sherman, $500; Bekcy Kidd of Dallas, $5,000; Sara Jerome of Pottsboro, $300; and Shelley McBride, $500 (in-kind).


Bass listed $10,212 in political expenditures.


Short listed the following contributions of $100 or more: Ellis Olmstead of Sherman, $1,000; Tim McGraw of Sherman, $1,000; Lacy and Dorthy Harber of Denison, $250; Jack Lilley of Denison, $100; Charles and Mary Jo Glass of Sherman, $100; Dr. and Mrs. Steven A Johnson of Sherman, $100; William Hunt Jr. of Prosper, $250; Tom and Peggy Johnson of Sherman, $500; Jeff Christie of Denison, $400; K.C. and E.L. Newtoron, $100; Dr. Robert Burlingame, $500; Jerdy and Anne Gary of Denison, $250; Ben and Monette Wible of Sherman, $200; Jim and Myra Randford of Pottsboro, $200 and Steve Cook of Pottsboro, $500.


Short listed $4,829 in political expenditures in the report.