King doubles Harden in campaign cash


Democratic Jefferson County judge candidate Dutch King has collected more than twice the amount of his Republican challenger Ted Harden, according to campaign contribution and expenditure reports filed in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office Tuesday.

The report showed that King, who had two challengers in the Democratic primary, carried over $2,997.29 and has received additional campaign contributions to bring his total to $19,465. He has spent $12,725.90, leaving a balance of $9,736.39.

Harden, who faced no primary opposition, began with $40.91 and has received contributions totaling $9,715.

Harden has spent $6,290.62, leaving him with a balance of $3,465.29.

King’s contributions include:

$2,000

M.K. Distributors

Joe D. Ratliff

PBNB PAC

$1,000

George Makris

$500

W.G. Fakouri

$250

Hixson Auto Sales

$200

Dr. Herman Ginger

Arkansas Marketers

Ronnie’s Lift Truck

C.H. Triplett Co.

Applied Energy of Ark.

Jim Danaher

Dr. Kim Kosmitis

Jim Lord

Robert Dill

Tommy May

Craig Hunter

Linda Bobo

Dr. Lee Forestiere

Dr. Ray Colclasure

Mac Norton

Carol Jones

Sissy Jones

Ted Drake

David Bush

Marty Castell

Joe Clement

Susanne Chambliss

Brown Funeral Home

Joe Scott

First Realty Group

$150

Agents Mutual

$100

Bobby Green

Phillip McBee

Oscar DeMaine

Danny Williams

Cynthia Williams

Dr. Mark Ramiro

Lee and Company

Pauline Cherry

James Danaher

Walter Simpson

Jim Danaher

IA Inc.

Lisa Hunter

Jo Brown

Diane Ayres

B.M. Bradshaw

Spencer Robinson

Lisa Wilkins

Mike Carter

Stuart Jones

Scott McGeorge

Ted McNulty

Booker Clemons

$75

Mrs. David Breashers

$50

Ann White

Booker Clemons

Martin Carty

Jeff Gross

Ann Clark

Phillip McBee

Brenda Norsworthy

Shirley Crow

Oscar DeMaine

IA Inc.

Stitch n Clean

Thomas Brown

Kathy Tynes

Harden’s contributions include:

$1,000

Jefferson County Republican Committee (2 contributions)

$500

Dr. David Jacks

Bluff City Leasing

$250

Dr. Charles Mabry

Terry Wynn

$200

PBNB PAC

$100

Jefferson County Republican Women