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CALDWELL — Chuck Stadick, the incumbent candidate for seat 6 on Caldwell City Council, has brought in $200 in contributions so far, less than both his opponents, Evangeline Beechler and John McGee.

The deadline for candidates to file their first campaign finance reports was Oct. 10, but Stadick’s report was not available to view until Oct. 15. Caldwell City Clerk Debbie Geyer said his political treasurer had to make an amendment.

Stadick’s overall contributions amount to $200 so far, which came from a loan from himself. His opponent, former Sen. John McGee, brought in the most contributions of any Caldwell candidate, at $4,016. His other opponent, Evangeline Beechler, reported $1,100 in contributions, according to a previous Idaho Press report.

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Stadick has spent $36.90 so far, all of which was used for general operational expenses.

The municipal election is Nov. 5. Learn more about polling places and voter registration at idahovotes.gov.

Find a roundup of Boise candidates’ campaign finance reports here, and reports from Nampa, Caldwell and Meridian candidates here. Erin Bamer is the Nampa/Caldwell reporter. Contact her at 208-465-8193, or ebamer@idahopress.com. Follow on Twitter @ErinBamer.

Erin Bamer is the Nampa/Caldwell reporter. Contact her at 208-465-8193, or ebamer@idahopress.com. Follow on Twitter @ErinBamer. 

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