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September 12, 2013

Holaday outraises opponents by 2:1

NEWBURYPORT — Mayor Donna Holaday has an early edge in at least one aspect of the upcoming mayoral election: She has raised the most money thus far.

A review of required filing records show that Holaday has received $22,875 in the period of Jan. 1 to Sept. 7. Challenger Richard Sullivan Jr. has raised $6,975 and Gregory Earls has collected $4,433.

Holaday has spent $12,261, Sullivan has expended $5,521 and Earls has put $3,358 into his campaign, according to records in the city clerk’s office.

The preliminary election is Tuesday, and the three candidates for mayor will be winnowed to two for the municipal election on Nov. 5. Candidates are required by law to file campaign reports nine days prior to the election.

Contributors of at least $100 to Holaday included the following:

Newburyport Redevelopment Authority members Patricia Dorfman, $350, John Morris, $199; and James Shanley, $150; SPS Construction principals Wayne Capolupo, $250, and Richard Capolupo, $500; City Councilor Barry Connell, $100; Plum Island Foundation founder Robert Connors, $500; his wife Kathleen Connors, $500, and Gerald Connors, $500.

Also, Kaya jeweler Muntaser Al-Khatib, $500; Leary’s Wine and Spirits owner Todd Baltich, $500; Oreganos Pizzeria owner Claude Elias, $300; Interlocks owner Virginia Eramo, $200; Turning Point executive director Geraldine Dorr, $100; Anna Jaques Hospital CEO Delia O’Connor, $500; Chamber of Commerce president Ann Ormond, $100; North Shore Bank CEO David LaFlamme, $250; Provident Bank executive chairman Charles Cullen, $250; former Mayor Lisa Mead, $250; building inspector Gary Calderwood, $100; construction firm owner Ralph Castagna, $200; Matter Communications CEO Scott Signore, $250.

Also, Richard Bazirgan, $200; Jeffrey Bentley, $200; W. Scott Blanchard, $100; Rebecca Brodish, $500; Kelcey Buck, $100 (twice); Joan Baily, $100; Richard Corsetti, $500; Howard Fairweather, $200; Joan Fowler, $200; Michelle Fox, $100; Peter Franco, $100; Carol Gamble, $250; Katherine Gendron, $100; Eric Gervais, $100; Julia Godtfredsen, $100; Susan Goldstein, $200; David Gompers, $100; Russ Gunnard, $100; Dave Hanlon, $100; Dr. Sadruddin Hemani, $250; Christopher Horan, $100.

In addition, Ronna Caras, $250; Daniel Carlat, $500; Peter Clarke, $100; Raymond Clemente, $100; George Coates, $200; Daryl Colden, $200 (twice); Stuart Johnson, $150; Brenda LeClerc, $100; Sandra Lepore, $100; Marian Levy, $250; Gary Litchfield, $100; Terrence Logan, $100; Joyce Machiros, $100; Karen Mascott, $100; Steven Mattheos, $100; Cornelius McCarthy, $200; James McClutchy, $250; Ann Messina, $100; Guy Navarra, $200; Edward O’Neil, $500; Bridge and Iron Workers Union, $500; Cynthia Palladino, $100; Debra Pare, $100; Richard Person, $500; Christopher Person, $500.

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