Individual Contributions Listed For 3rd District Candidates

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Six of the nine candidates in the U.S. House Third District race have now listed their campaign contributions from the second reporting period with the Federal Election Commission.

The Chuck Fleishmann campaign reported $102,313 in individual contributions, $12,885 in un-itemized contributions, $2,000 by other committees and $255,000 loaned by the candidate.

Individual contributions:

MEEKS, LUCIA L N/A/HOUSEWIFE APISON TN 37302 06/30/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS


MCGOWAN, BEN SELF-EMPLOYED/ATTORNEY CHATTANOOGA TN 37402 07/31/2009 $250 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
HALE, ROBERT D SELF-EMPLOYED/ATTORNEY SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/21/2009 $250 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
JACOWAY, STEVEN M PATRICK, BEARD, SCHULMAN & JAC/ATTO/ATTORNEY CHATTANOOGA TN 37402 09/18/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
LEITNER, PAUL R. LEITNER, WILLIAMS, DOOLEY & NA/ATTO/ATTORNEY SODDY DAISY TN 37379 09/22/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
EXUM, JAMES F III LEITNER, WILLIAMS, DOOLEY, & N/ATTO/ATTORNEY SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/22/2009 $750 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
FIELD, ALAN SURF-N-DEVELOPMENT/PRESIDENT CHATTANOOGA TN 37409 09/24/2009 $2,400 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
IRVINE, J NELSON MILLER & MARTIN/ATTORNEY SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/30/2009 $250 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
KILLEBREW, LOIS MOUNTAIN CITY REALTORS/REAL ESTATE BROKER SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/24/2009 $2,400 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
MARSHALL, ROBERT S. KRYSTAL COMPANY/VICE PRESIDENT - PURCHASES SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/21/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION - EXUM EVENT
PEAVYHOUSE, CHARLES E HIXON TN 37343 08/25/2009 $100 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
ROSE, RICHARD C MILLER & MARTIN/ATTORNEY CHATTANOOGA TN 37405 09/22/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
BROWN, DOUGLAS A VBS FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC./VICE PRESIDENT HIXON TN 37343 09/23/2009 $1,000 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
PROBASCO, BENJAMIN R. KINSEY, PROBASCO, HAYS/PARTNER SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37350 08/27/2009 $1,000 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
TARPY, LYNN HAGOOD, TARPY & COX, PLLC/ATTORNEY KNOXVILLE TN 37902 07/09/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
BANKSTON, GREGORY E COLLINS & CO./VICE PRESIDENT CHATTANOOGA TN 37419 09/30/2009 $1,000 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
MILLER, LESLIE ACADEMY FOOT CENTER/OFFICE MANAGER CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 08/23/2009 $1,000 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
MULLINS, TERRY L. OAK RIDGE TOOL/CEO OAK RIDGE TN 37830 09/15/2009 $631 IN-KIND - HELD MEET THE CANDIDATE FUNDRAISER
O'SHAUGHNESSY, BRYAN L. CHATTANOOGA TN 37405 09/30/2009 $200 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
RENFRO, ROBERT V N/A/RETIRED KNOXVILLE TN 37919 09/14/2009 $500 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION

Other committees:

COCA-COLA COMPANY NONPARTISAN COMMITTEE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT, THE CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION ATLANTA GA 30313 09/21/2009 $500
REPUBLIC SVCS. INC. EMPLOYEES FOR BETTER GOVT. PAC CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION PHOENIX AZ 85054 08/13/2009 $1,500

The Paula Flowers campaign reported $102,689 in individual contributions, $12,404 in un-itemized contributions and $11,850 by other committees.

Individual contributions:

MORGAN, JOHN STATE OF TENNESSEE/DEPUTY TO GOVERNOR FRANKLIN TN 37067 08/20/2009 $250
PINKSTON, WILL STATE OF TENNESSEE/SENIOR POLICY ADVISOR NASHVILLE TN 37204 08/20/2009 $250
ROBERTSON, DARLENE UMC/NURSE MOUNT JULIET TN 37122 07/22/2009 $75
SHIPLEY, MARIETTA M RETIRED/RETIRED NASHVILLE TN 37215 08/20/2009 $100
THURMAN, GLORIA FRANKLIN L HANEY CO./SECRETARY CHATTANOOGA TN 37412 09/11/2009 $1,000 * IN-KIND: FOOD AND LABOR FOR EVENT
VOGEL, HOWARD O'NEIL, PARKER & WILLIAMSON PLLC/AT/ATTORNEY KNOXVILLE TN 37919 09/30/2009 $250
WELLS, G. LARRY WIRELESS PROPERTIES/PRESIDENT CHATTANOOGA TN 37415 09/08/2009 $250
WUETHRICH, BRANDON BLAINE CONSTRUCTION CORP./CEO KNOXVILLE TN 37919 09/11/2009 $500
MADISON, EVA LITTLER MENDELSON, PC/ATTORNEY FAYETTEVILLE AR 72703 09/30/2009 $500
MALONEY, STEVE D. GRIGGS AND MALONEY INC./ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT MURFREESBORO TN 37128 09/28/2009 $250
MARTIN, GERALD BARRETT JOHNSTON AND PARSLEY/ATTORNEY NASHVILLE TN 37201 08/20/2009 $200
MARTIN, GERALD BARRETT JOHNSTON AND PARSLEY/ATTORNEY NASHVILLE TN 37201 08/21/2009 $200
FOX, LORA BARKENBUS METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILL/ATTORNEY NASHVILLE TN 37215 08/20/2009 $250
GOWAN, ROBERT SOUTHERN STRATEGY GROUP/CONSULTANT NASHVILLE TN 37204 08/20/2009 $250
GRACE, FRANK JR WALLER, LANDSDEN, DORTH, AND DAVIS//ATTORNEY NASHVILLE TN 37219 08/21/2009 $250
GRIFFITH, JAMES WALLER LANSDEN/ATTORNEY BRENTWOOD TN 37027 07/01/2009 $250
HINCH, THOMAS D. TRIAD ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS/ENV/ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT NASHVILLE TN 37214 09/30/2009 $300
HOLLARS, AMY V HOMEMAKER/HOMEMAKER LIVINGSTON TN 38570 08/20/2009 $250
HALEY, GEORGE N/A/RETIRED NASHVILLE TN 37215 09/18/2009 $100
HOLLEMAN, JASON CITY OF MT. JULIET/CITY ATTORNEY NASHVILLE TN 37209 08/20/2009 $150

Other committees:

CARPENTERS' LEGISLATIVE IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE WASHINGTON DC 20001 09/29/2009 $5,000
WALLER LANSDEN PAC NASHVILLE TN 37219 08/31/2009 $500
FRIENDS OF JOHN TANNER UNION CITY TN 38281 09/04/2009 $1,000
IBEW - COPE WASHINGTON DC 20001 07/27/2009 $5,000
PIEDMONT NATURAL GAS PAC CHARLOTTE NC 28233 08/20/2009 $250

The Tim Gobble campaign reported $37,846 in individual contributions, $4,551 in un-itemized contributions and $1,000 in committees.

Individual contributions:

CASTELLO, STEVE SELF-EMPLOYED-PM ALARMS/SECURITY ALARMS CLEVELAND TN 37311 02/28/2009 $500
GOBBLE, LEWIS THEODORE RETIRED/RETIRED CLEVELAND TN 37311 02/14/2009 $240
CHILI FUNDRAISER TICKET SALES-CHS CLEVELAND TN 37312 02/28/2009 $1,670 FUNDRAISER-CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL
WRIGHT, ROBERT SELF-EMPLOYED-WRIGHT BROS. CON/CONS/CONSTRUCTION CHARLESTON TN 37310 02/09/2009 $2,400
BURRIS, ROBERT D. SR. FARM BUREAU/INSURANCE AGENT CLEVELAND TN 37312 02/15/2009 $250
HOLDEN, JOHN W. PIONEER CREDIT/FINANCE CLEVELAND TN 37364 01/29/2009 $2,400
RAY, JAMES R. MILLER REAL ESTATE COMPANY/PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CLEVELAND TN 37364 08/21/2009 $250
TRIPLETT, JOHNNY H. RETIRED/RETIRED CHARLESTON TN 37310 08/30/2009 $200
OWNBEY, RETTA RETIRED/RETIRED CLEVELAND TN 37312 04/20/2009 $250
SPURLING, WILLIAM C. SELF-EMPLOYED-SUPERIOR GUARD S/SECU/SECURITY CHATTANOOGA TN 37342 04/13/2009 $500
RIGGS, CHARLES UNIVERSITY OF TN-CHATTANOOGA/CAMPUS POLICE DAYTON TN 37321 04/04/2009 $250 IN-KIND - LINCOLN DAY DINNER TICKETS
DECOSIMO, JOSEPH SELF-EMPLOYED/ACCOUNTANT SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377 09/28/2009 $1,000
DOOR RECEIPTS N/A 08/20/2009 $24 RHEA COUNTY WATERMELON CUTTING
GILBERT, DUANE SELF-EMPLOYED/GIBCO CONSTRUCTION CO. CLEVELAND TN 37311 09/25/2009 $1,000
HOLDEN, JOHN W. PIONEER CREDIT/FINANCE CLEVELAND TN 37364 09/29/2009 $1,000
LEE, CHERYL SELF-EMPLOYED/LIFE SOUNDS STUDIO CLEVELAND TN 37311 09/10/2009 $500
MCKINNON, MARK SELF-EMPLOYED/CONCRETE/CONSTRUCTION KNOXVILLE TN 37922 09/28/2009 $1,000
HORNE, TERESA WRIGHT BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION/CONSTRUCTION CLEVELAND TN 37312 08/20/2009 $2,400
PATEL, DASHARATHLAL JAY BROS., INC./PHARMACIST CLEVELAND TN 37312 07/31/2009 $250
CROOK, RICKY SELF-EMPLOYED/THE MEETING PLACE CHATTANOOGA TN 37414 07/21/2009 $250 IN-KIND -

Committees:

RADIANCE TECHNOLOGIES INC. POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE HUNTSVILLE AL 35805 09/09/2009 $1,000

Art Rhodes reported $32,300 in individual contributions, $3,925 in un-itemized contributions and a $75,000 candidate loan.

Individual contributions:

BROWN, RENEE BRADLEY COUNTY SCHOOLS/TEACHER CLEVELAND TN 37312 09/11/2009 $500
GAMES, DANIEL CHESAPEAKE ENERGY/ECONOMIC DEVELOPER NORTH LITTLE ROCK AZ 72116 07/18/2009 $250
GEORGE, BILL CHURCH OF GOD WORLD MISSIONS/MINISTER/EDITOR CLEVELAND TN 37312 09/30/2009 $250
MULLINAX, CHARLES RETIRED/RETIRED CLEVELAND TN 37312 09/10/2009 $1,000
WILHELM, WAYNE CMAX, INC./OWNER CLEVELAND TN 37312 05/04/2009 $250
CRAVINS, MICHAEL US REPRESENTATIVE GREGG HARPER/CHIE/CHIEF OF STAFF LOUISVILLE MS 39339 08/25/2009 $250
JONES, J T CHURCH OF GOD BENEFITS BOARD/EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT CLEVELAND TN 37320 07/22/2009 $1,000
DAWSON, ROBERT DAWSON & ASSOCIATES, INC./PRESIDENT ALEXANDRIA VA 22302 09/21/2009 $500
LACKEY, RHONDA CLEVELAND CITY SCHOOLS/NURSE CHARLESTON TN 37310 07/25/2009 $250
FITZGERALD, MARY J RETIRED/RETIRED CLEVELAND TN 37311 05/19/2009 $1,000
GEORGE, BILL CHURCH OF GOD WORLD MISSIONS/MINISTER/EDITOR CLEVELAND TN 37312 06/26/2009 $250
BUIE, HERBERT SELF-EMPLOYED/SELF-EMPLOYED TYLER TX 75701 04/30/2009 $1,000
JACOBS, ED NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL/FINANCIAL REPRESENTATIVE MCDONALD TN 37353 04/28/2009 $1,000
MARCUM, SONYA HOMEMAKER/HOMEMAKER OOLTEWAH TN 37363 06/24/2009 $2,400
MCINTIRE, EDWARD TENNESSEE VALLEY UROLOGY/UROLOGIST CLEVELAND TN 37312 05/08/2009 $1,000
MONSON, TERESA ST. JOHN'S RIVER WATER MANAGEM/COMM/COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST JACKSONVILLE FL 32250 05/30/2009 $250
DIXON, JERRY DIXON FOODS, INC./OWNER WILSON NC 27896 04/21/2009 $2,400
KERSEY, GERALD RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL SERVIC/BROK/BROKER/OWNER CLEVELAND TN 37312 05/05/2009 $250
ROGERS, LLOYD WHOLESALE SUPPLY GROUP/OWNER CLEVELAND TN 37320 05/06/2009 $500
DIXON, PAT HOMEMAKER/HOMEMAKER WILSON NC 27896 04/21/2009 $2,400

Robin Smith reported $137,978 in individual contributions, $6,505 in un-itemized contributions and $5,000 from committees.

Individual contributions:

HAGERTY, WILLIAM F MR. SELF/EXECUTIVE NASHVILLE TN 37215 09/30/2009 $2,400
VITAL, GREG A INDEPENDENT HEALTHCARE PROP./PRESIDENT GEORGETOWN TN 37336 09/29/2009 $500
COKER, JOSEPH D COKER TIRE COMPANY/OWNER CHATTANOOGA TN 37402 09/21/2009 $1,000
MCLELLAND, MATTHEW F KENCO GROUP/MANAGER LOOKOUT MTN TN 37350 09/21/2009 $250
DIEFENBACK, BERTHA T RETIRED/RETIRED HIXSON TN 37343 09/25/2009 $1,400
MCKEE, JACK MCKEE FOODS CORP./DIRECTOR OOLTEWAH TN 37363 09/25/2009 $2,400
PARKER, JACQUELINE SELF/HOMEMAKER RINGGOLD GA 30736 09/28/2009 $1,000
CAYLOR, LAURA S SELF/HOMEMAKER CHARLESTON TN 37310 09/29/2009 $2,400
ZEISER, BRUCE C SOUTHERN CHAMPION TRAY, LP/VICE PRESIDENT SIGNAL MTN TN 37377 08/29/2009 $1,000
HAIRE, CATHERINE L MRS. STATE OF TENNESSEE/RESEARCH ANALYST THOMPSONS STATION TN 37179 09/01/2009 $100
LENHARD, JOSEPH A RETIRED/RETIRED OAK RIDGE TN 37830 08/21/2009 $500
BEAMAN, LEE BEAMAN AUTOMOTIVE/AUTO DEALER NASHVILLE TN 37203 07/09/2009 $2,400 2010 PRIMARY
KLINER, WESLEY R MR. SELF/ATTORNEY MC DONALD TN 37353 07/14/2009 $208 INKIND: TSHIRT SCREEN PRINTING -SCREEN I
SAMPLES, HOYT O MR. SAMPLES, JENNINGS RAY AND CLEM, PLL/ATTORNEY CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 08/02/2009 $1,000
CAYLOR, LAURA S SELF/HOMEMAKER CHARLESTON TN 37310 09/29/2009 $2,400
JONES, HAL DR. SELF/ORAL SURGEON CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 09/29/2009 $291 INKIND: CATERING FOR MEET AND GREET WITH
DIEFENBACK, BERTHA T RETIRED/RETIRED HIXSON TN 37343 07/01/2009 $1,000 2010 PRIMARY
KLINER, WESLEY R MR. SELF/ATTORNEY MC DONALD TN 37353 07/01/2009 $90 INKIND: P.O. BOX RENTAL 1 YR
LAMBERT, MARGARET K SELF/HOMEMAKER MARYVILLE TN 37803 07/01/2009 $1,000 2010 PRIMARY
GRIESEMER, ERIC BURNER SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL/PRESIDENT & COO OOLTEWAH TN 37363 07/01/2009 $500 2010 PRIMARY

Committees:

GLEN CASADA CAMPAIGN COLLEGE GROVE TN 37046 09/22/2009 $1,000
NAT'L HEALTH CORP. PAC MURFREESBORO TN 37130 08/25/2009 $1,000
THE MUMPOWER FUND BRISTOL TN 37621 07/31/2009 $1,000
VOTEKELSEY.COM 2010 PRIMARY MEMPHIS TN 38119 07/22/2009 $1,000
FRIENDS OF SEN. MARK NORRIS GERMANTOWN TN 38183 09/27/2009 $1,000

Mark Devol listed a $989 candidate contribution.

No filing is yet listed with the Federal Election Commission by Tommy Crangle, Kris Alan Holzmeyer and Van Iron.

Paula Flowers is the only Democrat in the race.



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