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Winning Vail candidates raised, spent thousands

VAIL ” The top vote-getter in the Vail Town Council race was also the top fundraiser, according to campaign-finance records.

Andy Daly, the former Vail Resorts president who received the most votes in November’s election, raised $6,982.67 in funds, according to documents filed with the town of Vail.

Other winners included Margaret Rogers, who raised $5,370; Dick Cleveland, who raised $3,460; Kim Newbury, who raised $2,268.48; and Kevin Foley, who reported no fundraising nor spending.



Unsuccessful candidates were Stephen Connolly, who raised $2,300; Scott Proper, who raised $4,000; Susie Tjossem, who raised $1,265.71; and Bob McKown and Dave Irwin, who both reported no funds received.



$250 from Solaris developer Peter Knobel. (Cleveland was voted out of office in 2005 after his opposition to the Solaris project.)

$100 from Councilman Farrow Hitt and his wife.

$200 from former Mayor Rod Slifer.



$200 from former Councilman Kent Logan.

$100 from Vail Mountain chief Bill Jensen and his wife.

$50 from District Attorney Mark Hurlbert.

$900 from local developer and property owner Joe Staufer.

$250 from former Mayor Rod Slifer.

$100 from Vail Mountain chief Bill Jensen.

$240 from former Councilman Kent Logan.

$240 from Richard Steadman of the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic.

Daly also give himself more than $3,000.

$200 from prospective Lionshead parking garage developer Mark Masinter.

$200 from former Mayor Rod Slifer.

$250 from developer Peter Knobel and his wife.

$250 from ex-councilman Greg Moffet.

$100 from Vail Mountain chief Bill Jensen.

$500 from local attorney Jay Peterson.

$100 from developer Mike Coughlin.

$100 from Vail Mountain chief Bill Jensen.

$250 from former Vail Associates owner George Gillett.

$250 from former Councilman Kent Logan.

$300 from developer and real estate company owner Ron Byrne.

$200 from former Councilman Kent Logan and his wife.

$100 from Vail Mountain chief Bill Jensen.

Staff Writer Edward Stoner can be reached at 748-2929 or estoner@vaildaily.com.


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