Melody McCray-Miller raised $5,875 for campaign this year
07/30/2014 12:46 PM
08/08/2014 10:25 AM
Democrat Melody McCray-Miller raised $5,875 during the most recent campaign finance period in her bid to represent District 4 as a Sedgwick County commissioner.
The former state legislator and commissioner has no challenger in the Aug. 5 primary. She will face the winner of the Republican primary, either incumbent Richard Ranzau or Sen. Carolyn McGinn, also a former commissioner.
District 4 covers the north-central part of the county, including Park City, Valley Center and Sedgwick.
McCray-Miller’s campaign finance report, which covers Jan. 1 through July 24, shows $500 contributions from former Wichita City Council member Sharon Fearey, who ran unsuccessfully for the District 4 seat in 2010; Jill Docking, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis’ running mate and a financial adviser; psychologist Nancy Ross Milner; and Vegas Clark, a master sergeant with the Air Force.
The Eagle checked all campaign finance reports for commission candidates Monday. McCray-Miller’s report was not available online as of 6 p.m., but election commissioner Tabitha Lehman verified Wednesday that McCray-Miller turned her report in on time.
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