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4 Campaign Finance Reports Filed for Cameron County Sheriff – 7/2023
Candidates for the 2024 election for Cameron County Sheriff are starting early on their campaigns. So far there have been four candidates implying their intent to seek that office by filing campaign finance reports.
So, who has filed campaign finance reports for Cameron County Sheriff? The candidates are listed alphabetically by first name:
- Eric Garza, Incument
- Jesus Rosas Jr.
- Manuel Trevino
- Ronald K. Saenz
Below are the campaign finance reports for the four listed. These breakdowns are done by amount of money left in their treasury at the date of the report, from most to least. The campaign is still early and the candidates have plenty of time to do what they feel they need to get their messages out.
Eric Garza’s Campaign Finance Report
Garza has the most money listed as maintained in his campaign treasury. He claims receipt of $40,950 in political contributions and claims $17,030.09 in expenditures this reporting period. Leaving a balance of about $67,577.00.
Jesus Rosas Jr’s Campaign Finance Report
Rosas Jr has the second most listed as maintained in his campaign treasury. The amount is significantly lower than Garza’s; however, Rosas Jr does cite $87,089.25 in non-monetary (in-kind) political contributions. He claims a balance of $6,940.86. During the reporting period, Rosas Jr, claims receipt of $5,200 in political contributions.
Ronald Saenz’s Campaign Finance Report
Saenz lists his campaign treasury at $2,280.01. He received $5,250 in political contributions. He spent $4,859.83, leaving the balance of $2,280.01.
Manuel Trevino’s Campaign Finance Report
Trevino raised $11,958, as indicated in this reporting period. He made use of $10,462.26 through expenditures. This left him with $1,487.74 at the date of the report.
What Do You Want in the Cameron County Sheriff?
This election year should be important to the citizens of Cameron County. What have the citizens had in the past that they know they do not want again? What do they want to see improved? What expectations exist for the role? What have they been satisfied with?
There is a lot to think about this election cycle. We intend to bring consistent coverage for you to have information prior to casting your vote.
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