Whaley, Nan Campaign Finance Report

Nan Whaley  is currently the Mayor of Dayton. She threw her hat in early to run for Governor of Ohio in 2018, but despite chiding Rich Cordray for quitting as head of the CFPB, she later dropped out and backed him.

She has never had a non-government job since college, and believes that her unopposed run for mayor was because she’s doing such a great job (nothing to do with the half million she spent in her election to the office).

2011 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $12,086.22
Total Contributions- $10,725.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $2,712.72
Ending Balance- $20,098.50

2012 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $20,098.50
Total Contributions- $33,050.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $2,398.26
Ending Balance- $50,750.24

2012 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $50,750.24
Total Contributions- $32,928.20
Total Monetary Expenditures- $11,869.98
Ending Balance- $71,845.12

2013 Pre-Primary Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $71,845.12
Total Contributions- $106,506.06
Total Monetary Expenditures- $72,879.50
Ending Balance- $105, 528.04

2013 Post-Primary Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $105,528.04
Total Contributions- $28,483.50
Total Monetary Expenditures- $130,739.97
Ending Balance- $3,278.14

2013 Pre-General Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $3,278.14
Total Contributions- $170,456.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $60,616.96
Ending Balance- $113,124.96

2013 Post-General Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $113,124.96
Total Contributions- $26,599.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $135,550.29
Ending Balance- $4,180.74

2014 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $4,180.74
Total Contributions- $17,605.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $14,652.81
Ending Balance- $7,202.20

2014 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $7,202.20
Total Contributions- $22,336.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $12,937.76
Ending Balance- $16,604.74

2015 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $16,604.74
Total Contributions- $22,125.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $12,512.64
Ending Balance- $26,238.91

2015 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $26,238.91
Total Contributions- $81,508.41
Total Monetary Expenditures- $43,159.23
Ending Balance- $64,604.37

2016 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $64,604.37
Total Contributions- $114,764.17
Total Monetary Expenditures- $38,014.28
Ending Balance- $141,431.61

2016 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $141,431.61
Total Contributions- $45,120.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $38,976.83
Ending Balance- $147,844.03

2017 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $147,844.03
Total Contributions- $455,131.81
Total Monetary Expenditures- $213,279.53
Ending Balance- $394,662.80

2017 Pre-General Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $395,082.80
Total Contributions- $113,012.81
Total Monetary Expenditures- $137,754.76
Ending Balance- $370,713.34

2017 Post-General Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $370,713.34
Total Contributions- $36,014.36
Total Monetary Expenditures- $116,788.23
Ending Balance- $290,187.14

2017 Annual Campaign Finance Report- MISSING

2018 Semi-Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $295,819.14
Total Contributions- $68,283.55
Total Monetary Expenditures- $169,612.49
Ending Balance- $195,825.29

2018 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $195,825.29
Total Contributions- $22,066.11
Total Monetary Expenditures- $61,456.47
Ending Balance- $157,371 .72

Last updated 6 May 2019

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