The excessive profile challenger aiming for subsequent yr’s Republican main within the Yadkin County Sheriff’s race has contributed $13,000 towards his personal marketing campaign, in line with marketing campaign finance studies on file with the Yadkin County Board of Elections. Nick Smitherman has spent $12,107 towards marketing campaign indicators, enterprise playing cards, T-shirts and different marketing campaign supplies up to now, leaving a stability as of his final marketing campaign finance report of $893.
Smitherman, of East Bend, bought the overwhelming majority of his supplies from Dust Street Graphics in East Bend, in line with the report. A complete of $11,000 was listed on the report as a “contribution from a person,” and the person was listed as Smitherman. He additionally listed a $2,000 mortgage to himself, which is one other technique candidates are allowed to make use of to fund their very own marketing campaign. In response to the report, Smitherman was the one individual to contribute to his marketing campaign by way of June 30.
The submitting interval for the 2022 race for Yadkin County Sheriff won’t open till December.
The incumbent, Sheriff Ricky Oliver, of Yadkinville, has a marketing campaign fund stability of $2,670 as of June 30, which seems to be carryover from the earlier election cycle. He didn’t report any new marketing campaign contributions or expenditures for the latest cycle.
The studies will be considered at www.yadkincountync.gov/88/Board-of-Elections, then click on Candidate Info within the left hand column.
Lisa Michals is a contract author and common contributor to The Yadkin Ripple.