Mitchell Mayor Elect Don Caudell spent the most money in Mitchell Mayoral campaign
MITCHELL - NOVEMBER 20, 2023 - Mitchell Mayor Elect Don Caudell spent the most money in this year's City of Mitchell mayoral race.
Photo: Mitchell Mayoral candidate Don Caudell spent $1,519.85 out of his own money to win this year's mayoral race.
Republican candidate Mitchell Mayor Elect Caudell used $1,500 of his own money in this year's race.
Mayor Elect Caudell who faced off with Democrat candidate Eugene "Pud" Terrell, who's campaign report showed Terrell did not have any reportable contributions or expenditures.
List of expenditures for Repubican Mitchell Mayor Elect Don Caudell:
Copy Trolley -$619.13
Mitchell Persimmon Festival - $300.00
El Compadre ( Mitchell) - $100
Railroad Cafe - $100
The Lawrence County Republican Party did not contribute to this year's Mitchell Municipal Elections.
The City of Mitchell Mayoral race and one city council seat had contested races with Republican candidates.
Republican candidate Dan Terrell, who won Mitchell City Council District 3 race did not have any reportable campaign contributions or expenditures.
Former Mitchell Mayor J.D. England 2019 campaign records were no longer available to compare this year's elections contributions or expenditures.
In 2019, the Lawrence County Republican Party contributed $2,300 to Bedford Mayor Sam Craig's campaign when he was opposed in that year's election.
This year, Mayor Craig ran unopposed in this year's General Election and did not require campaign contributions by Lawrence County Republian Party.
Photo: In 2019, Lawrence County Republican Party contributed $ 2,300 to Bedford Mayor's Sam Craig's Mayoral race.
The Town of Oolitic did not have any contested races in this years General Election.
Photo: The Lawrence County Republican Party celebrates Bedford City Council District 5 winner Kathy Blackburn who replaces Penny May. May decided not to run for another term.
Mitchell Mayor elect celebrated his win at his home with Republican Dan Terrell stopppng by congratulate him on his win.
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