Candidates trying to fill the open seat as Grayson County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 in the March Primary filed campaign finance reports. The reports filed by H. Gene Alyea, David Hawley, Thomas Roesler and Mike Springer list the amounts of money candidates have spent and taken in as contributions.

Candidates trying to fill the open seat as Grayson County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 in the March Primary filed campaign finance reports. The reports filed by H. Gene Alyea, David Hawley, Thomas Roesler and Mike Springer list the amounts of money candidates have spent and taken in as contributions.


Aylea’s report, provided to the Herald Democrat by Grayson County Election’s Administrator Deanna Patterson, simply noted his campaign treasurer as being Don K. Kelley of Denison.


Hawley’s report indicated his campaign had taken in $200 in contributions and spent $169. Hawley listed $100 contributions from couples, J & M McEvoy in Anna and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lilley of Sherman. Hawley noted on his expense report that he deposited $169 in a campaign bank account.


Roesler’s report listed him as campaign treasurer.


Springer’s report showed $10,705 in contributions, most of those coming from him. Springer showed two $5,000 contributions to his own campaign. He also listed a $200 contribution from Charles Piazza of Denison and a $500 contribution from Ben Curis of Dallas. Springer listed $9,151 in political expenditures for the reporting period.