Donald Smith

$11,790Cash on Hand
$67,104Total Donations
$44,609Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
$9,765.00 Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$7,623.50 Smooth Athletics ENTITY
$6,061.58 Michelle S Fix INDIVIDUAL
$4,017.00 K and S Water ENTITY
$2,000.00 John Root INDIVIDUAL
$1,815.00 Rebecca Morris INDIVIDUAL
$1,500.00 Rocky and Brendas Gold and Silver/rocky Simonetti ENTITY
$1,242.00 Jakes Construction Inc ENTITY
$1,200.00 Michelle K Nuckols INDIVIDUAL
$1,179.98 Donald L Smith INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
$5,260.00 Smooth Athletics ENTITY
$5,224.99 Shenandoah Sign Co ENTITY
$5,000.00 Nexivate LLC ENTITY
$4,103.00 Iheart Media Inc ENTITY
$2,991.16 Commonwealth Promotional ENTITY
$2,965.38 Siren Song and Marketing ENTITY
$2,890.00 Whsv Tv ENTITY
$2,000.00 Monticello Media Digital Director ENTITY
$1,625.09 McClung Companies ENTITY
$1,440.00 Zeus Digitial Theaters ENTITY
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