Financial activity for July 1 to Dec. 31, 2001, for congressmen and congressional candidates.
Financial activity for July 1 to Dec. 31, 2001, for congressmen and congressional candidates. Because of rounding, not all figures are exact.
U.S. REP. JAMES A. TRAFICANT JR.
A POLAND DEMOCRAT
Previous balance: $62,067Contributions: $11,140Expenditures: $24,641Balance: $48,566
STATE SEN. ROBERT F. HAGAN
A YOUNGSTOWN DEMOCRAT
[A CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE]
Previous balance: $3,797
U.S. REP. THOMAS C. SAWYER
AN AKRON DEMOCRAT
Previous balance: $145,044Contributions: $31,068Expenditures: $55,210Balance: $120,902
U.S. REP. TED STRICKLAND
A LUCASVILLE DEMOCRAT
Previous balance: $403,817Contributions: $208,471Expenditures: $34,678Balance: $577,611
U.S. REP. STEVEN C. LATOURETTE
A MADISON REPUBLICAN
Previous balance: $381,763Contributions: $53,596Expenditures: $95,131Balance: $340,227
U.S. REP. SHERROD BROWN
A LORAIN DEMOCRAT
Previous balance: $1,510,899Contributions: $186,402Expenditures: $60,287Balance: $1,637,014
Those who donated to U.S. Rep. Traficant's campaign between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2001, are:
Andrew Barkley of Warren, marketing director, Greater Warren Federal Credit Union, $300.Kathleen Cervone of Canfield, retired, $300.Thomas Fok of Austintown, Thomas Fok & amp; Associates owner, $800.Arlette T. Gatewood of Youngstown, retired, $1,000.Dennis Haines of Vienna, attorney, $350.John R. Kotchmar of Lowellville, self-employed business owner, $500.Antonette Landolfi of Niles, Shepherd of the Valley administrator, $230.John Masternick of Girard, attorney, $400.Andrew R. Milovich of Warren, Mahoning Valley Scrappers general manager, $300.Michael A. Parkes of East Liverpool, WTI supervisor, $300.Eileen Porter of Canfield, D.J. Porter Co. secretary, $550.Rocco Russo of Youngstown, retired, $300.Alfred Sigg of Lisbon, WTI manager, $300.Hal Timberlake of Atwater, owner, Studio on Top of the Barn, $500.Ray Travaglini of Warren, Sunray Corp. owner, $500.Albanian American Public Affairs Committee of Elmsford, N.Y., $1,000.Credit Union Legislative Action Council of CUNA of Washington, D.C., $700.First Energy Political Action Committee of Akron, $100.SBC Communications Inc. Employee Federal PAC of San Antonio, Texas, $500.
Those getting refunds for earlier contributions were:
Sprague Research Development Co. of Cleveland, $1,000.Ohio Association of Mortgage Brokers of North Canton, $1,500.