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Posted: Thursday, November 3, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 11:57 am, Fri Nov 16, 2012.

Joe Malloy reported the highest amount of campaign contributions among Post Falls City Council candidates for Tuesday's election.

Malloy, challenging for Seat 3, reported $2,775 in contributions and $2,404 in expenditures. Recent contributions came from Brent Regan and T.M. Johnson, $100 each.

Incumbent Scott Grant reported $615 in contributions and $515 in expenditures. The contributions were a $415 loan and $200 from Chuck Lempesis.

Seat 1 incumbent Kerri Thoreson reported $1,915 in contributions and $1,363 in expenditures. Contributions have included $500 from Ron Nilson and $200 from Lempesis.

Challenger Jim Edgington reported no contributions.

No report was received by the city from challenger Joe Bodman as of The Press deadline on Wednesday.

For Seat 5, incumbent Skip Hissong reported $1,382 in contributions and $506 in expenditures. The largest contributions came from Gary Schneidmiller ($250), Dick Compton ($200) and a loan ($464).

Challenger Barry Rubin reported $180 in contributions from himself and $180 in expenditures.

In Rathdrum, mayor challenger Kevin Randles earlier reported a $3,000 in-kind cash contribution to his campaign. He has spent $1,200.

Mayor Vic Holmes reported $320 in contributions, including a $250 contribution from Tim Skubitz, and $310 in expenditures.

Council Seat 4 incumbent Debbie Holmes reported $180 in contributions and expenditures. No report had been received by the city from write-in challenger Len Newton as of Wednesday night.

Seat 2 incumbent Fred Meckel, who is running unopposed, reported no contributions and expenditures.

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    Vote out all Post Falls incumbents. Your city bill has increased over 320% since 1996, from $16 to $52 per month with no change in service. The only thing funded are $100,000 per year supervisors, expensive line workers with benefits to choke a horse and new plush office buildings for people who are under delusion they are worth more than 10 cents a week. These people do not serve the people of Post Falls and an idiot could do a better job of rubber-stamping. Send all incumbents packing and we will exit the rest of them on the next go-round.

     
  • somewhereinthemiddle posted at 5:38 am on Thu, Nov 3, 2011.

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    "Interesting" how the Post Falls incumbents biggest contributors are people who have richly benefited from past votes... Charles Lempesis' development (at Spokane St. & Poleline), and Schneidmiller. Clearly, there doesn't appear to be much concern that these incumbents are in jeopardy of losing their council seats, otherwise, the contributions would have been greater. Vote these incumbents out!

     
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