Mat-Su Borough Assembly candidates

MAT-SU — Less than two weeks away from election day, candidates for Mat-Su Borough Assembly have filed their 30-day reports with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.


Brian Endle has brought in $13,534.14 in campaign contributions throughout his campaign. Endle has accrued $8,329.54 in expenses. Endle’s largest contribution was $500 from 13 different contributors. Endle’s donations of note include Mat-Su Borough District 6 Assemblyman Jesse Sumner, Rep. George Rauscher, the Mat-Su Republican Women, Valley Republican Women of Alaska and the Alaska Republican Assembly. Endle self financed $95.88. Endle’s largest expense thus far was $2,000 to Optima Public Relations.

Tim Hale has brought in $22,489.03, the largest campaign total of any assembly candidate. Hale as accrued $10,958.48 in expenses. Hale’s largest campaign contribution was $3,020 from himself for signs and frames. Hale’s donations of note include the International Union of Operating Engineers local 301, the Alaska Public Employees Political Action Committee, the American Society of Association Executives/American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 52 PAC, current Borough Deputy Mayor and District 2 Assemblyman Matthew Beck and Anchorage Assemblyman Chris Constant. Hale’s largest expense is the $3,020 for signs and frames, and Hale contributed $3745.83 to his campaign himself. Hale’s largest expense not made to himself was $2,000 to Erik Gunderson for campaign management.

Ryan Miller’s 30-day report came in with no contributions or expenses.


LaMarr Anderson brought in $6,303.36 in campaign contributions and accrued $3,591.31 in expenses. Anderson’s largest donation was $500. Anderson’s donations of note include Rep. DeLena Johnson of Palmer, the Alaska Republican Party District 11, the Valley Republican Women, Assemblyman Ted Leonard and former Governor Bill Sheffield. Anderson self financed $735.66 and his largest expense is to Imperial Independent Media. Anderson has three expenses to Imperial Independent Media totaling $1,508.

Elizabeth Maxson’s 30-day report came in with no contributions or expenses.

Stephanie Nowers brought in $7,225 in campaign contributions and accrued $2,789.74 in expenses. Nowers’ largest donation was $500. Nowers’ donations of note include the Alaska Public Employees Association/American Federation of Teachers and current District 1 Assemblyman Jim Sykes. Nowers self financed $3,000 of her campaign contributions and her largest expenditure was to Service Business Printing. Nowers has spent $2,166.2.

The election is Nov. 5.

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