Campaign funds – where it’s spent
WHERE CAMPAIGN FUNDS GO:No matter the outcome of the Garfield County commissioner contests, some sure winners are emerging. Printing companies, newspapers and radio stations and marketing companies all are reaping the benefits of the two races.Following are some of the bigger expenditures being made by commissioner candidates this fall:Larry McCown– $3,138.68, Tindall Marketing, Glenwood Springs, for radio advertising– $1,000, Colorado Mountain News Media, newspaper ads (the Post Independent and the Citizen Telegram in Rifle are part of the CMNM group)– $541.80, Aspen Daily News, ads– $4,292.95, Gran Farnum Printing, Glenwood Springs, brochures, stickers, yard signsKeith Lambert– $851.20, Micro Plastics, Rifle, signs– $152.61, Jean’s Printing, Rifle, printed ads– $120.50, Post Independent, ads– $214, Keith Lambert, reimbursement for parade entry fees and Citizen Telegram adsJohn Martin– $1,924, KJOY, Grand Junction, radio ads– $1,258, KKCH, Glenwood Springs, radio ads– $1,332, KMTS, Glenwood Springs, radio ads– $1,184, KRUG, Parachute/Battlement Mesa, radio ads– $674, Gran Farnum Printing, printing servicesGreg Jeung– $229.34, Four Mile Creek Bed & Breakfast, Glenwood, food for fund-raising dinner– $199, Dr. Don’s Buttons, Badgets & Magnets, Glendale, Ariz., campaign buttons– $675, YouthZone, Glenwood Springs, ad credit bought at auction– $149.97, Network Solutions, Glenwood, Web site domain– $3,048.43, Gwennies, Mobile, Ala., yard signs– $198, Post Independent, ad– $215, Battlement Mesa-Parachute Sun newspaper, adsn $215, Battlement Mesa-Parachute Sun newspaper, ads
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