Candidate Financial Reports: O’Fallon Mayor’s Race

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The Missouri Ethics Commission requires candidates for municipal offices to form finance committees and file financial reports if their total activity (receipts and expenses) is more than $1,000, or if any one donor contributes $325 or more. The reports are filed 40 days before the election, 8 days before the election, and 30 days after the election.

70 West Sentinel is reporting these numbers in whole dollars.

 

William “Bill” Hennessy, Candidate for Mayor of O’Fallon

Bill Hennessy’s committee, Friends of Bill Hennessy, reported a total of $25,071 in receipts in a report filed on March 27. Donations include:

  • Jim Pepper, $60
  • Golden Management, $200
  • Cheryl Foppe, $100
  • James Fogarty, $100
  • John Ward, $500
  • CHIPP Political Account, $2000
  • Connie Laveine, $100
  • St. Charles County Association of Realtors, $500
  • Independent Electrical Contractors PAC, $400
  • Candy Banham, $500
  • Friends for Mike Elam, $100
  • Glennon Hibbler, $100
  • Adam Clement, $900
  • Steven Talbott, $160
  • Julie Hunter, $160
  • M Property Services, $160
  • Angela Lammert, $160
  • John Wiemann, $160
  • Mark Bouknecht, $160
  • Lawrence Lanteigne, $160
  • Jessica Rippelmeyer, $160
  • James Combs, $160
  • Ann atchison, $160
  • Mark Perkins, $160
  • Sara Vidan, $480
  • Micks Exterminating, $200
  • Midwest Clinical Research, $500
  • Future Financial, $500
  • Luetkenhaus Properties, $200
  • McBride & Son Properties, $200
  • McKelvey Homes, $500

Hennessy’s committe reported $4,372 in contributions at a fundraising event that charged $40 per person and also had raffles and an auction. The event cost $1,538.

The committee reported expenditures of $4,424 to My Cottleville for printing, $130 to Stefanina’s for a meeting, $2,995 to Presort for mailing postage, $300 to KSLQ for advertising, $92 to Madison’s for a meeting, plus earlier expenditures of $4,318 for a total of $11,884 in expenditures.

 

 

Bob Howell, Candidate for Mayor of O’Fallon

Howell’s committee, Friends for Bob Howell, reported a total of $43,675 in receipts, including the following donations:

  • Building Trades Political Education Fund, $250
  • Iron Workers Local No. 396, $300
  • St. Charles County Association of Realtors PAC, $500
  • Daniel Devereux, $2,000
  • James Brennan, $500
  • Vincent Zwilling, $120
  • Corrigan Company, $250
  • McKelvey Properties, $250
  • Danny Wright, $200
  • Gas Workers Local PAC, $200
  • Glaziers, Architectural Political Action Fund, $100
  • UFCW Local 655 Elect Political Fund, $100
  • Platerer and Cement Masons Local PAC, $100
  • Quality Building PAC, $500
  • Sheet Metal Workers Intl Assoc. PAC, $300
  • Jane Schneider, $200
  • IUPAT PAC, $2,500
  • LL 660 PAC, $200
  • IAFF Fireighters and Paramedics of St. Charles, $500
  • Bricklayers Union No. 1, $100
  • Tri County Labor Legislative Club, $500
  • Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 562, $5,000 and $2,715
  • Electrical Workers Voluntary Political, $500
  • Liberty Electric Inc., $500
  • International Union of Elevator Constructors PAC, $250
  • Budrovich Sewer Company, $1,000
  • Heat & Frost Insulators Political Fund, $300
  • St. Louis Labor Council AFL-CIO Project 2000, $200
  • Glass Concepts, Inc., $200
  • Elect Biermann Committee, $100
  • John Hickey, $200
  • Hugh McVey, $200
  • Thomas Cordia, $200
  • Bob Howell, $500
  • Charles Bales, $500
  • Dan Walkenhorst, $250
  • John McCulloch Sr., $250
  • Di Mariano, $200
  • Sprinkler Fitters Local 268 PAC, $250
  • Rockwood Labor Club, $300
  • Brian Graff, $120
  • Michael McDermott, $200

The committee recorded total expenditures of $31,886, which included $22,674 to Mark’s Printing in St. Louis for signs, door hangers, mailings, and printing; $160 to Hattrick’s for lunch for workers; $1,194 to Mid Rivers News for advertising; and $540 to Whiskey Styx for lunch for workers.

The committee also reported receipts of $9,895 for a fundraising event, with costs of $2,715.