The campaign to elect Gregory Norris, of Rushsylvania, as state representative — known as Norris for Liberty — filed campaign finance reports with the Ohio Secretary of State on Oct. 19.
The Courier incorrectly reported in Friday’s edition that the campaign did not file a report.
Norris, a Libertarian candidate, is seeking election to the 83rd House District, which includes Hancock and Hardin counties and northern Logan County. He is challenging State Rep. Robert Sprague, R-Findlay, and Kevin Rettig, of Findlay, who is running as an independent candidate.
Candidates who spend or receive more than $1,000 during a campaign are required to file spending reports with the state throughout the year. The deadline for the pre-election reports was Oct. 23.
Norris’ campaign reported cash donations of $4,439, and expenditures of $3,073 in its pre-general election report.
Courier reporter Denise Grant is compiling a story giving the details of the report, which will appear in Tuesday’s newspaper.Read More →