Candidates for the Kansas House of Representatives and statewide offices reported their financial activities for the last seven months on Monday.
One report that was missing when the Eagle hit deadline was Mark Gietzen’s. He is running in the Aug. 3 primary against Rep. Phil Hermanson, R-Wichita, for the 96th District.
A time stamp on his file shows it was faxed to the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission at 11:59 p.m. Monday. Candidates had until midnight to file their reports.
Gietzen had $380 available during the fundraising cycle, which started Jan. 1 and ended July 22. He spent $330, mostly on printing candidate brochures.
Hermanson had $12,516 available and spent $8,308 during the same time. The primary winner will face Democrat Brandon Whipple in the November election. Whipple had $16,944 available and spent $1,764.