Neighborhood’s for Dayton’s Future Campaign Finance Report

Neighborhood’s for Dayton’s Future is a Political Action Committee whose purpose is to raise money towards refurbishing local neighborhoods. The treasurer for this campaign is Michael Voelker.

2011 Annual Campaign Finance Report 
Starting Balance- $38,837.00
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $17,000.00
Ending Balance- $22,064.00

2012 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $22,064.00
Total Contributions- N/A
Total Monetary Expenditures- N/A
Ending Balance- N/A

2013 Annual Campaign Finance Report 
Starting Balance- $22,236.57
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $0.00
Ending Balance- $22,236.57

2014 Annual Campaign Finance Report
Starting Balance- $36,556.24
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $2,000.00
Ending Balance- $34,556.24

2015 Annual Campaign Finance Report 
Starting Balance- $34,556.24
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $0.00
Ending Balance- $34,556.24

2016 Annual Campaign Finance Report 
Starting Balance- not legible
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $1,051.33
Ending Balance- $50,918.34

2017 Annual Campaign Finance Report 
Starting Balance- $43,038.65
Total Contributions- $0.00
Total Monetary Expenditures- $1,373.39
Ending Balance- $41,665.26

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