Carol Hill-Evans and Supporters for Carol Hill-Evans
Brought in: $2,225
Her largest contribution, $1,000, came from REALTORS Association of York and Adams Counties.
Her largest expense was $739.22 to Louisville, Kentucky-based My Campaign Store, LLC, for yard signs.
Noteworthy: The incumbent council president received $100 from Linda Small, who ran unsuccessfully for Pennsylvania Senate, losing to Republican Scott Wagner in two separate elections. She also received $200 from Anderson for Judge Committee.
Michael Helfrich and Helfrich for Council
Brought in: $6,180.23
His largest contribution was $1,000, which he received from three different donors.
His largest expense was $688 from his committee to himself for street sign reimbursements.
Noteworthy: Helfrich’s campaign received $1,000 each from White Rose Bar and Grill, REALTORS Association of York and Adams Counties and Louis Appell Jr.
Sandie Walker and Committee to Elect Sandie Walker
Brought in: $1,500
Her largest contribution was $1,500 from Louis Appell Jr.
Noteworthy: While the York City School Board member didn’t spend any money on her campaign yet, she received $426.05 in in-kind contributions from York Mayor Kim Bracey for yard signs.
Chamberlin for Council
Brought in: $4,005
Her largest contribution was $1,000 from two different donors.
Her largest expense was $486.37 to Cleveland, Ohio-based Hotcards for campaign brochures.
Noteworthy: Amy Chamberlin’s campaign group received $1,000 each from REALTORS Association of York and Adams Counties and Louis Appell Jr. Chamberlin said her campaign finances went entirely through her committee, Chamberlin for Council.
Carla Christopher and Committee to Elect Carla for York
Brought in: $0
Spent: Less than $250
Noteworthy: The former poet laureate for the city said she has not raised any money and funded her entire campaign thus far with less than $250, which is the minimum for reporting campaign finances.