With less than three months until Election Day, candidates for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors are reporting their most recent campaign contributions.

For the second reporting period in a row, Democrat Cynthia Neff raised more funds that all other county candidates, just edging out her opponent, Republican incumbent Kenneth C. Boyd .

In the Rivanna District race, Neff received $22,685 this past period, leaving her with $39,044.18 raised this election cycle. Neff received contributions from 84 individual donors, the highest among all supervisor candidates.

Author John Grisham donated $5,000 to Neff, her highest contributor in this report. Homemaker Molly Hardie donated $2,500 and Bertie Heinre, president of the Women’s Initiative, contributed $2,000.

Boyd raised $21,396.74 this past period. Boyd is seeking his third term in office. Including the $11,526.11 cash on hand from his last election, Boyd has raised a total of $40,226.64, maintaining the overall fundraising lead.

Boyd’s largest contributions include donations of $2,500 from both Seminole Trail Properties and the Zobrist Law Group. He also received a $3,000 donation from Phil Wendel, the president of the local ACAC fitness club.

Candidates were required to report all financial activity between July 1 and Aug. 10 to the State Board of Elections. Finance reports are published online by the Virginia Public Access Project .

Republican James Norwood , a retired resident from the Scottsville District, raised $12,406.83 this past period. Norwood has raised a total of $13,407.83 this election cycle.

Norwood’s largest contributions included a $5,000 donation from the Monticello Business Alliance, and $2,000 donation from Wendel. In 2009, the Monticello Business Alliance contributed a total of $42,341, 71 percent of which went to Republican candidates.

Norwood’s opponent, attorney Christopher Dumler , raised $6,324.74 during the last filing period. Dumler has raised a total of $16,517.42 during this election cycle.

Dumler, a Democrat, received contributions from 59 individual donors, the second highest among supervisor candidates.

The Scottsville seat is currently held by Lindsay G. Dorrier Jr. , a Democrat who is retiring this year after 30 years in public office.

In the White Hall District, Democrat Ann H. Mallek , raised $1,404 last period. Mallek is running uncontested for her second term in office.

The next reporting deadline is Sept. 15. The general election will be held Nov. 8.

With less than three months until Election Day, candidates for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors are reporting their most recent campaign contributions.

For the second reporting period in a row, Democrat Cynthia Neff raised more funds that all other county candidates, just edging out her opponent, Republican incumbent Kenneth C. Boyd.

In the Rivanna District race, Neff received $22,685 this past period, leaving her with $39,044.18 raised this election cycle. Neff received contributions from 84 individual donors, the highest among all supervisor candidates.

Author John Grisham donated $5,000 to Neff, her highest contributor in this report. Homemaker Molly Hardie donated $2,500 and Bertie Heinre, president of the Women’s Initiative, contributed $2,000.

Boyd raised $21,396.74 this past period. Boyd is seeking his third term in office. Including the $11,526.11 cash on hand from his last election, Boyd has raised a total of $40,226.64, maintaining the overall fundraising lead.

Boyd’s largest contributions include donations of $2,500 from both Seminole Trail Properties and the Zobrist Law Group. He also received a $3,000 donation from Phil Wendel, the president of the local ACAC fitness club.

Candidates were required to report all financial activity between July 1 and Aug. 10 to the State Board of Elections. Finance reports are published online by the Virginia Public Access Project.

Republican James Norwood, a retired resident from the Scottsville District, raised $12,406.83 this past period. Norwood has raised a total of $13,407.83 this election cycle.

Norwood’s largest contributions included a $5,000 donation from the Monticello Business Alliance, and $2,000 donation from Wendel. In 2009, the Monticello Business Alliance contributed a total of $42,341, 71 percent of which went to Republican candidates.

Norwood’s opponent, attorney Christopher Dumler, raised $6,324.74 during the last filing period. Dumler has raised a total of $16,517.42 during this election cycle.

Dumler, a Democrat, received contributions from 59 individual donors, the second highest among supervisor candidates.

The Scottsville seat is currently held by Lindsay G. Dorrier Jr., a Democrat who is retiring this year after 30 years in public office.

In the White Hall District, Democrat Ann H. Mallek, raised $1,404 last period. Mallek is running uncontested for her second term in office.

The next reporting deadline is Sept. 15. The general election will be held Nov. 8.

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