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Akings, Lebbin spend most money on primary

• Campaign expense reports also filed by Schartz, Straub

Voting machines at the Barton County Clerk’s Office are being used daily by advance voters.

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Dean Akings has outspent incumbent Jennifer Schartz in the Republican primary election for Barton County Commissioner representing District 5. In District 4’s Republican primary, incumbent Ken Lebbin has outspent the challenger, Alicia D. (Schartz) Straub.
Candidates were required to report contributions and expenditures from Jan. 1 through July 24 by this Monday at the Barton County Clerk’s Office. County Clerk/Election Officer Donna Zimmerman said all of the required reports were filed Friday or Monday. As soon as they were filed, her office sent copies to the Governmental Ethics Commission in Topeka.
Leading the pack in contributions and ...


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