WARREN — The previous Democratic Trumbull County commissioner who’s making an attempt to win again his outdated job could have an enormous monetary benefit over his Republican opponent within the fall marketing campaign, based on post-primary monetary reviews with the Trumbull County Board of Elections.
State Rep. Michael O’Brien, D-Warren, who can not run for re-election within the Ohio Home due to time period limits, received his major battle over Democrat David Guarino with 81 p.c of the vote in Might.
In keeping with O’Brien’s post-primary monetary report, he’ll carry a stability of $61,364 to the autumn marketing campaign towards Republican Dennis Malloy, who bested two Republican opponents within the major profitable 44 p.c of the vote.
The post-primary reporting interval was April 14 to June 3.
In his finance report, Malloy, discipline director for Whitetails Limitless and a former worker of the Ohio Division of Pure Assets, listed a stability going ahead of $2,756. The report additionally notes Malloy has excellent loans of $36,500.
The most recent post-primary contributions acquired by O’Brien included $2,500 from businessman Bruce Zoldan, $1,000 from businessman Ted Bloom and $250 from businessman Robert Creager.
Listed contributions for the Malloy marketing campaign included $1,000 from Howland lawyer Sarah Kovoor, who unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for a seat on the eleventh District Courtroom of Appeals, $500 from Lori Hineman of Farmdale and $500 from Barbara Rosier-Tryon of Howland.
Late major marketing campaign expenditures for O’Brien included $1,250 to guide Danny Thomas, $164 for marketing campaign shirts and $240 to sponsor a Champion golf league crew. Malloy’s late major bills included $467 for marketing campaign indicators, $316 for printing and $232 for postage.
Malloy’s two Republican opponents — Christina Lee and Rick Hernandez — additionally reported meager balances on-hand of their respective marketing campaign funds.
Lee, who garnered 26 p.c of the vote, reported a stability of $19, whereas Hernandez reported a marketing campaign of $163. Hernandez’s largest marketing campaign expense was a $1,498 promoting purchase from iHeart Radio that helped him web 30 p.c of the Republican vote. Lee’s expenditures included $464 for postage and $163 for gasoline.
Guarino didn’t submit a monetary report.
The autumn marketing campaign to see who will succeed retiring Trumbull County Auditor Adrian Biviano will come all the way down to who can handle their cash the very best. Candidates Tod Latell, a Democrat, and Republican Martha Yoder listed massive quantities of debt of their marketing campaign finance reviews.
Latell, who bested Tom Shay by a 56 to 44 p.c margin, listed $38,836 in excellent loans and different debt on his report and a stability available of $942. Latell, the Trumbull County recorder, spent $9,821 in conventional media buys plus one other $556 in social media promoting.
In the meantime, Yoder, who was unopposed within the Republican major, reported $87,600 of excellent loans in her marketing campaign report in addition to a stability available of $1,028. Yoder additionally reported $317 of in-kind contributions for printing and promoting.
Shay reported a stability available of $1,039 and $38,000 in excellent loans from his failed major bid. Bills for Shay totaled $34,050, together with $13,000 in mailings, $2,250 for consulting and $1,652 for promoting. Shay listed a $15,000 cost to himself for debt service.
Former state Sen. Sean O’Brien, who bested lawyer Daybreak Cantalamessa by a 75 to 25 p.c margin for a seat on the Trumbull County Widespread Pleas Courtroom bench, reported $27,408 in late expenditures in a profitable major marketing campaign.
O’Brien, who has no opposition within the fall, is the possible successor to longtime Decide W. Wyatt McKay. His marketing campaign finance report listed excellent loans of $25,000 and a stability of $854.
O’Brien’s late marketing campaign donations included $1,600 from two Columbus legislation companies and $500 from Youngstown lawyer Mark Hanni. He listed expenditures of just about $18,000 in promoting, together with a $5,004 radio advert purchase from iHeart Radio and a $1,935 advert within the Tribune Chronicle. He additionally listed nearly $4,700 in printing and postage bills, $2,512 for authorized providers and $1,200 in consulting charges.
Cantalamessa, a former Mahoning County assistant prosecutor who now works in Ashtabula County, reported a $6,240 stability available that included $40,000 in excellent loans. Her bills included media buys of $12,746 and $5,000. She additionally bought social media boosts costing $5,490.