PARK CITY, Utah — Financial disclosure statements from the eight candidates vying for three Park City Council seats were released today.
Here’s a breakdown of how much each candidate has contributed to their campaign, and how much they’ve spent on the City Council race so far:
Parigian has put over $2,700 into his campaign, and has spent over $2,000 so far, primarily on mailers and lawn signs.
Nagie has put $1,000 into his campaign, and spent nearly $400 so far. His largest expenses have been the race filing fee, and an annual phone service plan.
David “Pickleball Traffic” Dobkin
Dobkin has put $300 into his campaign, and two donors have contributed an additional $300. He has spent just over $300, primarily on the race filing fee and shirts.
The only incumbent in this race, Dickey has received over $13,000 in donations to fund his campaign. He has spent just over $8,000 so far, primarily on parade and event supplies.
Whitesides has spent $280 on his campaign so far, and has a remaining balance of $120.
Greenfield has put $200 into his campaign, and has received an additional nearly $700 from donors. He has spent over $500 so far, mostly on door hangers and website design.
Ciraco has put just over $10,000 into his campaign, and has received an additional nearly $6,000 from donors. He has spent approximately $4,000 so far, mostly on yard signs, door hangers and shirts.
Sertner has put $10,000 of his own money into his campaign, and has raised an additional $20,000 from donors. He has spent over $25,000 so far, primarily on video production, consulting fees and mailers.
Betsy Wallace (withdrawn)
Before withdrawing from the race early this month, Wallace spent over $18,000 on her campaign, a majority of which went toward website design, Google Analytics setup and social media management.
Park City’s primary election will take place on Tuesday, September 5. The six candidates with the most votes will move on to the municipal election on November 21.