State Rep. Vic Williams reported the most cash on hand compared to the other three Republicans running for the Pima County Board of Supervisors District 1 seat.
Between Jan. 1 and May 31, Williams reported that he had about $136,000 left in the bank, but most of that came from his own pocket.
Williams loaned his campaign $125,000, transferred $17,500 and received about $2,500 in donations.
Stuart McDaniel, a former member of congressional candidate Jesse Kelly’s staff, raised $26,000 in contributions, with about $4,700 left in the account at the end of May. McDaniel loaned his campaign $300.
Mike Hellon, who was recently endorsed by U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl, reported a $40,000 balance at the end of May. Hellon reported raising $20,000 in contributions, and had loaned his campaign nearly $25,000.
Ally Miller also loaned money to her campaign, contributing $7,000, while earning $17,000 in contributions. Miller reported $6,600 in the bank at the end of the reporting period.
Democrat Nancy Young Wright was quick to point out the financial differences in a press release.
Without loaning her campaign a dime, Young Wright reported having received $31,275 from 335 contributors.
Brian Clymer, finance chair for Young Wright, said, “These financial reports show that a wide range of voters throughout District 1 support Nancy Young Wright’s vision for our community. She is a strong candidate. She will be a worthy successor to Ann Day.”