Candidates running for Shenandoah County public offices have reported campaign finance activity for most of October.
Reports were filed with the Shenandoah County Office of Voter Registration or Virginia Department of Elections via the internet by the Oct. 28 deadline covering campaign finance activity period of Oct. 1-24.
Election Day is Tuesday
Bradley Pollack and F. Coe Sherrard are running for the District 3 seat on the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors.
Sherrard’s campaign started the reporting period with a balance of $4,415. Sherrard received $1,350 for his campaign, which included cash contributions of more than $100 from retired Edinburg resident Sally Domen, Woodstock attorney Paul J. “Jay” Neal and Ronnie Shillingburg, an employee with R.L. Shillingburg & Son.
Pollack reported no contributions to his campaign. He spent $3,329, leaving him with a balance of $2,784. The report shows Pollack’s campaign has loans totaling $6,600.
Shenandoah County Treasurer Cindy George is running for another term in the constitutional office. District 3 Supervisor Richard Walker is challenging George for her position. Walker is not running for reelection to the board.
George reported campaign contributions totaling $1,964. Each of the following individuals and organizations gave contributions exceeding $100 to her campaign: Shenandoah County Public Schools Mark Johnston; retired resident Mary Mudolo; Montgomery County Public Schools teacher and Edinburg resident Jonathan Nateghi-Asli; the Shenandoah County Democratic Party. George spent $5,437 this period, leaving her campaign with a balance of $541.
Walker reported no campaign finance activity for the period. Walker’s campaign had a balance of $119.
District 2 Supervisor Steven Baker reported no campaign finance activity in the period. Baker reported a balance of $2,369. Baker is running unopposed for his board seat.
Sheriff Timothy Carter is running unopposed for his constitutional office. Carter reported a $200 contribution from Ronald Shillingburg. Carter also gave $200 to his campaign. The sheriff spent $5,332 on his campaign, the report states. Carter reported a balance of $31,669.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Amanda Wiseley is running unchallenged for her office. Wiseley reported no campaign finance activity for the period and a balance of $1,886. Wiseley reported unpaid loans totaling $18,900.