Campaign finance reports for some Maui candidates continued to trickle in after Wednesday night's deadline, while others still have yet to file.
Kaniela Ing - a candidate for state House District 11, representing South Maui - reported contributions totaling $3,620 between July 1 and 27. He's reported raising a little more than $15,200 so far this election.
Some of his larger donors for the most recent reporting period include the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union ($2,000); the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers ($1,000); and Stephen Leis, president of Dorvin D. Leis Co. ($300).
Ing reported spending $2,332 for the reporting period and $10,261 total so far this election. His only listed expenses were for printing ($1,040) and mailing ($1,292).
He had a little more than $4,500 in cash on hand as of Thursday.
Because Ing has opted to receive public matching funds from the state, he cannot exceed an expenditure cap of $16,199 for the election. He has qualified to receive as much as $2,430 in public funds for the primary.
The reports were due by 11:59 p.m. Wednesday for candidates who will appear on the primary ballot. Ing filed his report Thursday, according to the state Campaign Spending Commission.
One of Ing's three Democratic opponents, Colin Hanlon, has raised the most for the race so far.
Hanlon collected $5,500 in contributions for the reporting period and $16,313 for the election so far, according to his report filed Wednesday. Hanlon spent $10,265 from July 1 to 27 and $15,047 total so far this election.
But Hanlon reported having only about $2,472 in cash on hand at the end of last month, as well as about $1,100 in unpaid debt.
Another opponent, Netra Halperin, raised $1,649 in contributions for the reporting period and $7,181 for the election so far. She spent $2,155 from July 1 to 27 and $30,988 total so far this election.
Halperin reported having about $8,000 in cash on hand.
Joe Bertram III reported zero contributions and zero expenses for the reporting period and the election cycle to date.
Ed Kaahui, a candidate for House District 10, West Maui and north Kihei, raised and spent $475 for the July 1 to 27 period. He reported raising and spending $2,192 so far this election and had zero cash on hand.
Kaahui filed his report Wednesday night after press time.
His opponent, incumbent Rep. Angus McKelvey, raised $5,670 during the reporting period, bringing total contributions for the election cycle so far to $23,170.
McKelvey spent $1,896 for the reporting period and a total of $16,126 so far this election. He reported having $8,982 in cash on hand and $1,100 in unpaid loans at the end of the reporting period.
In the Senate District 7 race, which includes East Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe, candidates Barbara Haliniak and Kanohowailuku Helm still had not filed their campaign finance reports as of early Thursday evening.
Incumbent J. Kalani English reported raising $16,075 in contributions during the recent reporting period and $99,127 total so far this election.
He reported expenses of $4,600 for the reporting period, none of which was for advertising. He's spent a total of $83,510 for the election so far and reported $51,450 in cash on hand.
The next round of campaign finance reports covering the primary election are due Wednesday, to disclose any "late" contributions, and Aug. 31 for a final report.
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