District 21 House A and B: Candidates file campaign finance reports

District 21 has two contested Republican primary races.

Here’s how much money the candidates have raised so far this election cycle according to financial disclosure forms filed with Idaho Secretary of State.

District 21 House A

Steven Harris: $8,200 including an $8,000 the candidate loaned to himself.

Parrish Miller: $2,925 including $1,500 the candidate loaned to himself.

Robert Simison: $24,074.30 including Maverick, Inc. ($1,000), ICUA PAC ($1,000), IHA PAC ($1,000), Idaho PAC ($500), Idaho Association of Realtors ($500), CenturyLink Idaho PAC ($300), Cambia Health Solutions ($250), ANRI PAC ($250), UHFG Insurance PAC ($200), Idaho Dental PAC ($200), Meridian City Councilman Brad HJoaglun ($100).

District 21 House B

Thomas Dayley: $1,650 including ANRI PAC ($150), Idaho Bankers Assoc. ($100)

Charles D. Hoffman: $9,695 including $8,250 the candidate loaned to himself.

Lori Shewmaker: $910 including $680 the candidate loaned to herself.

Mike Vuittonet: $6,814.25 including Idaho PAC ($300), Idaho Loggers PAC ($300), Avista Corp. ($300), Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd ($100), Ada County Sheriff Gary Raney ($100).