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Individuals and businesses donate to 2016 Osage Congressional candidates

By

Benny Polacca

All 15 candidates who ran for seats on the Fifth Osage Nation Congress submitted two campaign reporting statements during the 2016 election season.

The candidates are required to submit two statements to the ON Election Office at least 15 business days prior to the election date and a second statement is due within 15 days after the election, according to the ON election rules. The statements must report all the candidate’s donations from individuals, corporations, LLCs or any business entity whether organized by state, tribal or federal charter. The statements must also report the candidate’s campaign expenditures from the beginning of the campaign up to the statement filing date. 

The ON Election Board has certified all campaign contribution reporting statements submitted by the candidates.

The Osage News received copies of the candidates’ statements with following donations noted on the statements filed by the six candidates who won office in the June 6 election:

 

Archie Mason

Self-donations: $9,935

Individual monetary donations: $350

Anonymous monetary donations: $100

Total donations: $10,385

 

Individual donors:

– Strat Tolson: $150

– Dr. Robert Nelson: $50

– Joe Byrd: $100

– Roger & Loretta Ramsel: $50

 

Joe Tillman

Self-donations: $7,692.71

Individual monetary donations: $9,295

Individual in-kind donations: $650

Business entity donations: $650

Anonymous monetary donations: $645

Total donations: $18,932.71

 

Top individual donors over $100:

– Charles O. Tillman Jr.: $2,000

– Chuck & Manon Tillman: $2,000

– Barry & Sharon Keeler: $1,000

– Nancy Keil: $1,000

– Ellis & Glenna Thomas: $500

– Coldiron family: $300

– Mike Davis: $200

– Pam Carter: $200

– Jennifer Oberly: $150

 

Business entity donations:

– DnP Tank Services: $400

– King Bowman cattle account: $250

 

Maria Whitehorn

Self-donations: $4,958.75

Individual monetary donations: $1,925

Individual in-kind donations: $1,681

Business entity donations: $300

Anonymous monetary donations: $500

Total donations: $9,364.75

 

Top individual donors $100 and over:

– Dudley Whitehorn: $1,000

– William Fletcher: $200

– Charles O. Tillman: $100

– Stanlee Ann Mattingly: $100

– LeeAnn Ammons: $100

– Leaf Mushrush: $100

– Annabeth Murray: $100

 

Business entity donation:

– Highway 123 Smoke Shop: $300

 

RJ Walker

Self-donations: $1,048.80

Individual monetary donations: $3,250

Individual in-kind donations: $2,361.41

Business entity donations: $1,000

Anonymous monetary donations: $200

Total donations: $7,860.21

 

Top individual donors over $100: 

– Eleanor Freeman: $1,500

– Celeste Davis: $500

– Lori Wallace: $500

– Strat Tolson: $200

 

Business entity donations:

– Osage Trading Company: $500

– Labadie Cattle Company: $500

 

Shannon Edwards

Self-donations: $9,246.55

Individual donations: $475

Individual in-kind donations: $2,600

Total donations: $12,321.63

 

Individual donors:

– Cynthia Boone: $100

– Alma & James Hager: $100

– Scott Bradshaw: $275

 

John Maker

Self-donations: $1,300.22

Individual donations: $1,875

Individual in-kind donations: $1,035

Anonymous monetary donations: $125

Total donations: $4,335.22

 

Top individual donors $100 and up:

– Wanda Maker: $1,000

– Kathleen, Tony and Joel Maker: $300

– Lafe Burnett: $250

– Geoffrey & Julie Standing Bear: $100

– Jim Perrier: $100


Original Publish Date: 2016-08-03 00:00:00

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Benny Polaccahttps://osagenews.org
Benny Polacca started at the Osage News in 2009 as a reporter and has covered various stories and events impacting the Osage Nation and Osage people. Polacca is part of the News team awarded the Native American Journalist Association’s Elias Boudinot Free Press Award in 2014 and other NAJA Media Awards and SPJ Oklahoma Pro Chapter awards for news coverage and photography. Polacca is an Arizona State University graduate and participated in the former American Indian Journalism Institute at the University of South Dakota. He previously worked at The Forum newspaper covering the Fargo, N.D. region as the weeknight reporter.
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