Democrat Norman Dill has received $23,310 and Republican Richard Lloyd has raised a total of $23,498 for the Nov. 3 general election, according to reports filed with the Virginia State Board of Elections and made available online by the Virginia Public Access Project.
Dill raised $6,915 in September and spent $3,663.30 on his campaign, including a $1,000 payment to his campaign manager. Dill had a cash balance of $10,847 as of the end of the month.
Dill’s largest donation in September, $3,500, came from the Realtors PAC of Virginia. The Albemarle Political Action Committee for Education gave him $175 and Friends of Jane Dittmar donated $250. Six individuals made contributions.
Lloyd raised $2,170 cash in September. He also reported $1,500 in in-kind gifts from Valley Office Machines of Charlottesville. His largest donation, $500, came from Virginia H. Spratley. Lloyd also received $250 each from the political action committees of state Sen. Bryce Reeves, R-17th, and U.S. Rep. Robert Hurt, R-5th.
Lloyd spent $4,308.05 during the month, including a payment of $225 to former Charlottesville City Councilor Rob Schilling to update his campaign website. Lloyd purchased $925 worth of radio advertisements from Charlottesville Broadcasting and $1,300 from Monticello Media. John Darden of Troy was hired as a campaign strategist for $400.
In all, Lloyd has raised $23,498 including in-kind donations. He had $1,745 cash on hand at the end of September.
Independent Lawrence Gaughan reported no contributions or expenses during the reporting period. In all, he has received $4,200 and had $705 to spend as of Sept. 30.
The Democrat in the Scottsville District race has significantly outraised the Republican this year. Richard Randolph has raised a total of $15,105 to date. That compares with $2,475 raised to date by Earl Smith.
In September, Randolph raised $3,605, with his largest donation, $1,000, coming from Ann Snyder Harrod of Keswick. The total also includes $175 from Albemarle’s education PAC, $250 from outgoing Albemarle Supervisor Jane Dittmar and $125 from Albemarle Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford.
Randolph spent $2,976.52 in the same period. He had $6,356.63 on hand at the end of the month.
Smith received $700 in September, of which $500 came from former Albemarle Supervisor Forrest Marshall. Smith spent $323.19 on wristbands and yard signs and had an ending balance of $1,834.74.
Supervisor Ann H. Mallek has raised $3,000 from two donors this year even though she does not have an opponent in the White Hall District. Richard M. Hewitt gave $2,000 and Mary C. Hewitt donated $1,000. Richard Hewitt is president of Seminole Trail Properties.
There has been little fundraising activity in the race for three seats on the Charlottesville City Council since the summer.
In September, Democrat Michael Signer received $400 in cash and $604 in in-kind contributions from the Charlottesville Democratic Party. In all, Signer has raised $41,120 in cash and reports $4,987 in in-kind expenses. He had a balance of $4,179 as of Sept. 30.
Most of Bellamy and Galvin’s cash was spent in the weeks leading up to the June 9 Democratic primary.
Bellamy has raised a total of $22,819 in cash and has reported a total of $1,139 in in-kind contributions. He had $14 on-hand as of Sept. 30.
Galvin had $398 remaining at the end of the period. In all, Galvin has received $17,248 in cash and $1,274 in in-kind contributions.
Independent Scott Bandy received a $101 donation from the Libertarian Party of Virginia. He only spent $11 and has a balance of $456.
Republican Anson Parker reported no new donations or expenses in September. He has a balance of $562.
The Daily Progress reported last week that both Bellamy and Parker have been fined for not filing reports on time over the summer.
Bellamy was fined $500 for not reporting five large donations received just before his party’s primary on June 9. Republican Anson Parker filed a report that was due on July 15 on Sept. 8. That incurs a $100 fine.
The next campaign finance report is due on Oct. 26 for the period of Oct. 1 through Oct. 22.