The campaign finance reports for the Feb. 12 city election are in.

In the mayoral race, Breea Clark’s campaign has received $18,781 in total contributions and has spent $9,563 as of Jan. 28.

Bill Hickman’s campaign has received $48,670 in total contributions and has spent $31,697 as of Jan. 31.

Clark’s campaign has received seven donations of $1,000 or more.

Clark’s donors for the October-December filing period include pharmacists Randy and Lisa Martin ($1,000), Centuria Corporation engineer Jane Krause ($500), OU professor and former dean Suzette Grillot ($100), Ward 3 council candidate Richard Bailey ($100).

Clark’s January filing period donors include attorney Susan Carns Curtis ($1,200), Gene McKown ($1,000), Liz McKown and Ideal Homes’ Vernon McKown (both donated $1,000 each to Clark and Hickman), Harold and Kathleen Heiple ($1,000 total), attorney Rooney Virgin ($250), BancFirst banker Martha Wade ($100), OU administrator Joseph Harroz Jr. ($100), Jonathan and Natalie Fowler ($250), former Ward 8 council member Kyle Allison ($100) and former mayor Cindy Rosenthal ($400).

Hickman’s campaign has received 16 donations of $1,000 or more.

Hickman’s donors for the October-December filing period include Ward 2 council member Joe Carter ($2,700), attorney Glenn Floyd ($2,500), Home Creations construction president Mohammad Farzaneh ($1,000), retiree Judy Floyd ($2,700), Adair Properties owner Jim Adair ($1,000), Home Creations’ Jalal Farzaneh ($1,000), Equity Realty’s Rainey Powell ($100) and Epic Charter School special education principal Lealon Taylor ($100).

Hickman’s donors for the January filing period include property manager Richard Dowell III ($2,700), Five Points Technology consultant Elizabeth VanAker ($2,700), retired OU football coach Barry Switzer ($1,000), OU football great Steve Owens ($1,000), attorney Amir Farzaneh ($1,000), Aria Development owner Joey Wishnuck ($1,000), former Transcript editor and Rieger Realty realtor Andy Rieger ($100), and former gubernatorial candidate Drew Edmondson ($250).

Candidate Evan Dunn did not meet the reporting threshold and was not required to file a report.

Ward candidates I

Odd-numbered-ward candidates participate in the Norman League of Women Voters candidate forum Jan. 28 at city hall.

WARD 1

Incumbent Kate Bierman has received $6,694 in total campaign contributions.

Her campaign backers include father Bradley Schwartz ($1,500), Ward 2 council member Joe Carter ($500), Water Services Company president Greg Ellenoff ($500), OU retiree Paul Arcaroli ($500), systems engineer Bill Dower ($300), Epic Charter Schools Assistant Superintendent Shelly Hickman ($200), retiree David Macy ($250), New York attorney Sabrina Allan ($250) and Midway Deli owner Bob Thompson ($100).

Shon Williamson-Jennings has received $7,131 in total campaign contributions.

Her campaign backers include Tulsa retiree George Krumme ($1,000), herself ($500), attorney Harold Heiple ($500), C.A.R.E. consulting group’s Jeremy Goldbach ($500), former Ward 1 city council member Greg Heiple ($350), Indiana University professor Dorothy Ige Cambell ($200), NPS teacher Lori Thrower ($150), OU project manager Lisa Pryor ($225) and Okla. Medical Marijuana Authority Director Adrienne Rollins ($100).

WARD 3

Patrick Ahern has received $725 in total campaign contributions.

His top contributors include retiree Judson Ahern ($300) and attorney John Cloar ($200).

Richard Bailey has received $5,350 in total campaign contributions.

His contributors include Express Dental Laboratory manager John Chambers ($1,000), Adair Properties owner Jim Adair ($500), Immuno-Mycologics, Inc. researcher Sean Bauman ($500) and Dust Cutter CEO Bryan Vinyard ($250).

Alison Petrone has received$6,547 in total campaign contributions.

Her contributors include retired educator David Macy ($1,750), OU retiree Paul Arcaroli ($500), retired professor Robert Huskey ($250), property manager Jason Zimmerer ($200), retired educator Rhonda Stock ($200) and architect Brent Swift ($100).

Ward candidates II

Odd-numbered-ward candidates participate in the Norman League of Women Voters candidate forum Jan. 28 at city hall.

WARD 7

Kimberly Blodgett’s campaign did not meet the reporting threshold and was not required to file a report.

Incumbent Stephen Tyler Holman has received $5,680 in total campaign contributions.

His contributors include Adair Properties owner Jim Adair ($500), Ward 2 council member Joe Carter ($500), OU retiree Paul Arcaroli ($500), Teleflora Vice President Steven Davis ($250), retired educator David Macy ($250), retired educator Mary Peters ($150) and former mayor Cindy Rosenthal ($100).

Kyle Hurley has received $6,335 in total campaign contributions.

His contributors include himself ($2,825), MWC Regional Medical Center nurse Kendall Helm ($880), brother Kevin Hurley ($500), Norman Regional administrator Amy Shahsavari ($500) and CPA Lisa Dionisio ($250).

Mack Burke

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Mack Burke is an investigative reporter and award-winning feature writer and columnist for The Norman Transcript. An OU alumnus, he has lived in Norman since 2003.