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Livingston tops in campaign funds

By Staff
Staff Reports
Hartselle Enquirer
With the June 4 primary just around the corner, candidates seeking office recently filed required financial disclosure reports listing contributions and expenditures. The Alabama Fair Campaign Practices Act requires disclosures be made for contributions or expenditures in excess of $1,000 for anyone in office or seeking office.
Local offices on the ballot are Morgan County Commission seats, district one and two; revenue and license commissioners; sheriff; and places on the Board of Education.
The following contributions were made to Morgan County candidates:
Seeking the office of Morgan County Sheriff, Ronald Livingston, was one of the largest money raisers, reporting $12,000 in contributions, including:
Greg L. Bartlett, seeking the Sheriff's office, received:
Also seeking the office of Sheriff, Charles F. Bryant received:
Scott A. Strickland, another candidate for Morgan County Sheriff, reported the following donations:
James Hudson, also running for Sheriff, received:
Incumbent Revenue Commissioner Amanda G. Scott was also a top money raiser, reporting $9,548 in donations, including:
Morgan County Coroner Russ Beard received:
Commissioner of Licenses Sue Baker Roan received:
Ronnie B. Shipley, seeking county commission seat, district two, received:
Also seeking the commission seat for district two, Randy Maner, received:
County Commissioner for district two, Norma Faye Sparkman, received:
Ray Long, seeking the district two office, received:

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