Mayor's Race Contribution & Expenditure Reports


Ronney Reynolds

Total Contributions: $275,298 Total Expenditures: $117,465

Figures from January 1 -- March 24:

Total Contributions: $124,104 Total Expenditures: $95,898

Contributions from PACs: Turner, Collie & Braden PAC, $3,000; BM & OH - Electo PAC, $2,500; Strasburger & Price PAC, $2,000; Texas Government PAC, $1,500; Small, Craig, & Werkenthin PAC, $1,000; Southern Union Company PAC, $1,000.

Contributions from Real Estate and Development interests: Larry Peel, $5,000; John Simmons, $2,500; engineer Paul Bury, $2,000; Jimmy Evans, $1,500; investor David Ward, $1,500; Sanford Gottesman, $1,000; Houston developer Raul Tilley, $1,000; former ACC trustee and lobbyist Paul Linehan of Land Strategies, $1,000; home builder Chris Heidrick, $1,000; Doug Connolly, $1,000; Cedar Park builders Todd and Mike McLemore, $1,000; Irving developer J. Frank Miller, $750; Golf investor David Ruehlman, $750; environmental engineer Charles Jasper, $500; J.W. McDaniel, $500; Houston real estate investor James Hill, $500; builder Randy Rehmann, $500; builder Charles Schmidt, $500; Dripping Springs builder John Talbot, $500; Landscape designer Roy Bechtol, $500; former mayor Roy Butler, $500; Jack Holford, $450; Bob Knight, $300; home builder Bob Tresch, $250; architect Ponciano Morales, $250; Eastside don and frequent city contract recipient Andrew Ramirez, $250, original Circle C landowner Ira Yates, $250.

Contributions from Attorneys: Terry Bray (Graves, Dougherty, Hearon, & Moody), $2,000; Pike Powers (Fulbright & Jaworski), $1,500.

Other Notable Contributions: Insurance executive David Morgan, $5,000; investor Steven Dallas, $5,000; Bob Gregory, Texas Disposal Systems, $2,500; car dealer Nyle Maxwell, $2,000; Gary Farmer of Title Insurance, $2,000; Dick and Sharon Davis of Bonds & Insurance Services, Omaha, Nebraska, $1,500; restaurant investor Ronnie Roark, $2,000; Robert Riviere, investment banker, $2,000; car dealers Charles and Doug Maund, $2,000; energy executive Ben Campbell, $1,000; car dealer Curt Johnson, $1,000; Kenny Dryden of Title Insurance, $1,000; auto repair king John Nash, $1,000; car dealer Curt Johnson, $1,000; restaurant investor Lampros Moumouris, $1,000; restaurant investor Athanases Stamatopoulos, $1,000; restaurant investor Jamil Boukarim, $1,000; restaurant investor William Hardee, $1,000; banker David Hartman, $1,000; auto dealer Bill Cromwell, $500; Laura Beuerlein of Title Insurance, $500; car dealer Bill McMorris, $500; consultant Vaughn Brock, $500; Hotel PAC, $500; builder Patrick Flynn, Jr., $500; real estate investor William Burrow, Jr. $250; point of light Willie Kocurek, $100; homemaker Ann Pieratt, $250; Eastside Rev. Marvin Griffin, $100; Bill Dismukes, Dismukes Pharmacy, $50.


Kirk Watson

Total Contributions: $481,004 Total Expenditures: $151,861

Figures from January 1 -- March 24:

Total Contributions: $193,288 Total Expenditures: $102,779

Contributions from PACs: Blue Bell Creameries Inc., PAC, $200

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: Eden Box, $100; Bob Bobinchuck, VP of America's Preferred Home Builders, $1,250; property manager Carl Williams, $1,000; land surveyor Carmelo Macias, Macias & Associates, $500; Mark Stanford of Stanford Construction, $250.

Contributions from Attorneys: Thomas Harkness, Michael Archuleta, Stephanie Whitehurst, Sue & Jerry Galow, Cindy Stewart and Andrew Austin, Alice London, Scott & Elizabeth Ozmun, all from Watson's law firm (Whitehurst, Harkness & Watson), $27,500; Mark Mueller, $2,500; Melanie Barnes (Griggs & Harrison), $1,500; Austin law firm of Ray Wood & Fine, $1,250; L. Kent & Andrea Clay (McDonald Clay & Crow), $1,000; Colbert, Freeman, & Stribling, $2,000; Herron & Associates PC, $1,000; Paul William Kruse, attorney for Blue Bell Creameries, $1,000; Williams Patillo & Squires, $1,000; Dean Davis (Davis & Davis PC), $1,000; Bratton Law Firm of Austin, $1,000; Liddell Sapp Zivley Hill & LaBoon LLP, $1,000; Kenny & Valicia Bigham, $1,000; Hampton Skelton (Skelton & Woody), $1,000; David Beck (Beck Redden & Secrest), $1,000; Tom Albright (Scott, Douglass, Luton and McConnico), $1,000; Neal Jones, $1,000; Calame, Linebarger, Graham & Pena, $1,000; Scott Atlas, (Vinson & Elkins), $500; Kim & Terry Brightwell (Vinson & Elkins), $500; Susan Conway and John Howell (Vinson & Elkins), $500; Richard Hightower (Brown McCarroll & Oaks Hartline), $250; John T. Ward (Brown McCarroll & Oaks Hartline), $250; Pam and Tom Luce (Hughes & Luce), $250; Terry Mitchell, attorney for Milburn Homes, $250; Thomas & Deborah Green, general counsel for Dell Computer; Scott Polikov, attorney and former capital metro boardmember, $200; Assistant City Attorney Nancy Matchus, $35.

Contributions from Out-of-Town Attorneys: E. Shelton & Sunny Lee Smith (Smith, Martin, & Mitchell, Houston), $4,600; Houston firm of Fisher Boyd Brown Boudreaux & Hugenard, $2,500; John Eddie Williams, of Houston law firm Williams & Bailey, $2,500; Frank Douglass from Dallas, $1,000; R. Mark Payne, self-employed Houston attorney; $1,000; Schneider Krugler Kleinschmidt & Placke PC, law firm from Giddings, $1,000; Nix law firm, Daingerfield, TX, $1,000; Marie Collins, self-employed attorney from Friendswood, TX, $1,000; David & Judith Beck, (Beck Redden & Sechrest, Houston), $1,000; Law office of Michael T. Gallagher, Houston, $1,000; Eugene Cook (Bracewell & Patterson LLP, Houston), $1,000; Mike Martin (Smith Martin & Mitchell, Houston; Waco attorney Lyndon Olson of Haley & Davis, $1,000; Woodlands attorney Dale Trimble, $1,000; Waco attorney Dale Williams, $1,000; Nacogdoches attorney Jeffrey Barton Badders, $1,000; Fort Worth attorney John David Hart; San Antonio attorney Frank Herrera, $1,000; George & Sondra Shipley (Baker & Botts, Houston), $500.

Other Notable Contributions: Richard Garriott, executive vp, Origin Systems, $5,000; political consultant George Shipley, Shipley & Associates, $1,500; environmentalist Jon Beall, $1,200; Neal T. (Buddy) Jones, legislative consultant, $1,000; Ronald Carroll, CSC Continuum, $1,000; Michael Kaufman, regional president of SW Bell, $1,000; Bobby & Cindy Ross, the Bobby Ross Group, $1,000; J. Russell Akin, Bank One Management & Consulting Group, $1,000; Roy Spence, GSD&M, $1,000; Judy Trabulsi, GSD&M, $1,000; George Bristol, consultant, $1,000; Lena Guerrero & Associates, consultant, $1,000; Joan Sanger, consultant, $1,000; former Chamber president Kerry Tate of Tate Advertising, $1,000; Dan Bullock, consultant, $500; former Mayor Roy Butler, president Capital Beverage, $500; Roger Beasley, Roger Beasely Mazda, $500; Gale Galloway, Pinnacle Natural Gas, $500; fundraiser Alfred Stanley, $300; Dan Akin, airport consultant, $300; Ben Sifuentes, pharmacist, $250; former Councilmember Bob Binder, $250; Gary Mauro Campaign, $150; Glen Maxey Campaign, $150; Councilmember Beverly Griffith, $100; Texas Victory Democrats, $100; Daniel Muller, consulting groundwater geologist, $100; environmental engineer Austan Librach of Espey Huston, $100; Save Seaholm advocate Ken Altes, $100; Jackie Goodman campaign, $100; Dana DeBeauvoir, County Clerk, $100; Eddie Wilson, owner of Threadgill's, $60; Bill Bunch, legal eagle for the Save Our Springs Alliance, $50; Parks board member Mary Nell Mathis, $35; Max Woodfin, environmentalist, $30.


Max Nofziger

Total Contributions: $3,461 Total Expenditures: $5,046

Figures from January 1 -- March 24:

Total Contributions: $3,361 Total Expenditures: $5,046

Contributions from PACs: None.

Contributions from Law Firms: None.

Contributions from Real Estate/Developer Interests: None.

Notable contributions: Place 5 council candidate Karen Hadden, $5; Bikes Not Bombs of Texas, $78.50, former Capital Metro boardmember Stephen Bayer, $100.


Kirk Becker has raised $111 and spent $121.

Notable contributions: Elite council gadfly Richard Trachtenberg, $100


Ray Blanchette did not file C&E reports.


Jennifer Gale raised and spent $85.


John Johnson did not file C&E reports.


Ted Kircher has raised $100 and spent $575.

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