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Republican Will Ainsworth, the heavy favorite in the race for lieutenant governor, raised $84,324 in cash contributions last week, compared to $180 for Democrat Will Boyd, according to reports filed Monday with the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office.
Republican Will Ainsworth continues to hold a lopsided lead over Democrat Will Boyd in fundraising for the lieutenant governor’s race, according to reports filed Monday with the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office.
Ainsworth, a member of the Alabama House of Representatives from Marshall County, reported raising $84,850 in itemized cash contributions from Oct. 10 to Oct. 19. He spent $113,764 during that period and has a cash balance of $353,100.
Boyd, a Florence minister, reported $660 in contributions during the period. He spent $1,182 and has an account balance of $5,335. Read more.
Republican William Ainsworth continues to dominate fundraising in the lieutenant governor’s race, collecting $146,500 in early October, compared to $2,880 for Democrat Will Boyd, according to weekly financial reports filed Monday with the Secretary of State’s Office. Read more.
Republican nominee for lieutenant governor Will Ainsworth continues to outpace Democratic rival Will Boyd by a wide margin in fundraising, according to August reports filed Wednesday with the Secretary of State’s Office.
In August, the Ainsworth campaign raised $144,775, more in a single month than Boyd has raised during the entire 2018 election cycle. Boyd during the month raised $9,286 in cash donations and $32,800 in in-kind contributions. Read more.
Steve Marshall, who was appointed attorney general in 2017, easily held off former Attorney General Troy King on Tuesday to win the Republican nomination for the office.
In the GOP runoff for lieutenant governor, state Rep. Will Ainsworth of Guntersville defeated veteran party activist and officeholder Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh, who has served as president of the Alabama Public Service Commission since 2012.
In other races, Circuit Court Judge Sarah Hicks Stewart of Mobile secured the Republican nomination for State Supreme Court, Place 1. Christy Olinger Edwards of Montgomery won the nomination to the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals Place 1 seat. Chris McCool of Gordo took the GOP nomination for Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2. And Rick Pate is the Republican nominee as commissioner of Agriculture and Industries. Read more.
Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh outpaced her two rivals for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor in campaign contributions during early May, according to financial reports candidates filed this week.
Cavanaugh, president of the Public Service Commission, raised $76,325 from May 1 to May 11. William Ainsworth reported contributions of $66,272, and Benjamin “Rusty” Glover III listed receipts of $18,393. Read more.
Campaign contributions of $5,000 and up to candidates in the Republican primary for lieutenant governor. There is no Democratic primary for lieutenant governor. Read more.
Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh holds a slight edge over William J. “Will” Ainsworth in raising money for their campaigns for the Republican nomination to the lieutenant governor job, with state Sen. Benjamin “Rusty” Glover of Semmes trailing the field. The candidates filed finance reports this week with the Secretary of State’s office, leading up to the June 5 primaries. Read more.