New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 8, 2005, Page 7

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April 08, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, April 8, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7A Baker only CISD candidate to file report campaign '    r    CONTINUED    FROM    Paq< By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Only one Comal Independent School District school board candidate plans to spend more than $500 to get elected in May. Frank Baker, challenger for District 3, has raised $1,000 for his campaign so far, according to the finance report he filed Thursday with school district officials. All the funds came from one donor, Pat Gaunt, CEO of Tidal Petroleum. "I did not plan on raising that much,” Baker said. “But Mr. Gaunt is a family friend and when he found out I was TEXAN CONTINUED FROM Page 1A First lady fourth Bush family member to win committee Chair Julian Reed handed over the Texan of the Year award, Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Chair of the Board Ron Reaves handed him a large framed declaration. “Please convey to Laura Bush our pleasure in making her a princess of the city of a prince,” he told Evans. Evans, who said he has known the Bushes for more than 30 years, told the crowd he applauded the conferences choice for Texan of the Year. running, he said he wanted to help me out. I don't plan on raising any more money at this time.” Baker’s treasurer, Michelle Clark, has spent $286.74 — $227.54 for signs and $59.20 for postage. The other four candidates on May’s ballot — Mark Smith, running against Baker in the District 3 race, and incumbent John Bertelsen, Donna Holmes and Wylie Queen, running for District 4 — filed declarations saying they did not plan on raising or spending more than $500. Smith said he had not been as fortunate as his opponent in finding a large donor but it was not slowing down his campaign efforts. “My strategy has been to walk the neighborhoods and talk to voters,” he said. If candidates who filed the below $500 declaration end up raising more money than anticipated, they must file a campaign finance report at the next deadline, April 29. District I incumbent Laura Kistner, who was running unopposed, filed paperwork verifying she would not spend any money on the race. The District I election was canceled by trustees March 30. “No matter how dark the moment, Laura Bush fills it with light and optimism. That’s what the president gets to see every day.” — Donald Evans Former U.S. secretary of commerce while accepting the Texan of the Year award for first lady Laura Bush “Before George Bush ran for governor, someone asked me if I thought he would win. I told them anyone who was good enough for Laura Bush was good enough to do anything he wanted to do,” Evans said. “Of course, now he’s our president.” During his days as secretary of commerce, Evans said he had the opportunity to observe the first family dur ing some of the nation’s darkest hours. “No matter how dark the moment, Laura Bush fills it with light and optimism,” he said. “That’s what the president gets to see every day.” The Texas Legislative Conference will continue with sessions on water recapture, public school funding, new roads and revenue options today. CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Limmer collects more than Valentine maximum contributions. Boyer reported three contributions of $1,000, while Cork reported six contributions of $1,000. Boyer reported contributions of $100 or more from 28 supporters, including $1,000 from Tom and Carter Casteel and $1,000 from Barron and Michelle Casteel. Boyer also reported an expenditure of $546.88 to Tom Casteel for “reimbursement for sign materials.” Boyer’s father-in-law, Jack Ohlrich, also contributed the maximum $1,000. Cork reported contributions of $100 or more from 15 supporters, including $500 from Jana and Gary Henry. Cork's in-laws, John and Carolyn Clark, contributed $1,000. In the other two municipal races: ■ District 6 Councilman Ken Valentine reported $5,485 in total contributions, while CONTRIBUTIONS TO BRUCE BOYER: ■ Jack Ohlrich $1,000 ■ S.D. David $1,000 ■ Tom and Carter Casteel $1,000 ■ Barron and Michelle Casteel $1,000 ■ Terry Grantham $500 ■ Nancy Ford $500 ■ Harry Botkin $500 ■ Lisa Fountain $500 ■ James and Felicia Dunks $300 ■ Darrell David $250 ■ John and Carole Davis $250 ■ Bennie and Cathy Bock $250 ■ Dennis and Diena Eberhard $250 ■ Richard McDonald $200 ■ Bob and Betty Kiesling $200 ■ Timothy and Ashley Brievty $200 ■ David and Ruth Perkins $200 ■ William and Sarah Reeves $150 ■ Matt Kyle $150 ■ Patrick Hollis $100 ■ Niesha Lingamfolter $100 Ken Brannles $100 Debra Norris $100 C.U. Hoffman $100 Patrick Downs $100 Gladys Sterns $100 ■ Rev. William Griffin $100 CONTRIBUTIONS TO MAYOR ADAM CORK ■ Greg Skalomeno $1,000 ■ John Ladshaw $1,000 ■ Todd Payne $1,000 ■ Randy Bade $1,000 ■ John Kunz $1,000 ■ John and Carolyn Clark $1,000 ■ Fernando and Mary Bazan $500 ■ Jana and Gary Henry $500 ■ Rick and Karen Myrick $300 ■ Kenneth and Staci Wells $250 ■ Susan Navraiz $230 ■ Karyn and Jay Patrick $200 ■ RogerTuttle $100 ■ Wayne Vrba $100 ■ Jana Faber $100 his opponent, Lynn Limmer, reported $9,949 in total contributions. ■ In the District 5 race, Kathleen Krueger reported $3,598 in total contributions, while her opponent, Travis Wommack, reported $3,030 in total contributions. City Secretary Michael Resendez said the reports may be reviewed at the municipal building or copies may be purchased. Texas MedClinic t* dj* .LlI -J *£> Ti't hi -dtjjJ yij* tj yjJ Ti URGENT CARE MEDICINE 8 Convenient Locations What do a sprained ankle, migraine headache, laceration and broken Anger have in common? 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