Leonhardt's largest reported expense is a total of $10,718 in mileage reimbursements to himself for campaign travel. He has also spent a total of $5,652 at Signs Plus in Morgantown, and $4,000 in consulting fees to New Strategies Group of Houston, Texas. He has a balance of $21,030.
Leonhardt's disclosure also shows an affinity for meals at the Sheetz convenience store chain, with no less than nine visits for breakfast and lunch listed, including a July 14 lunch with his campaign manager -- at a total cost of $8.43.
Circuit Judge John Yoder, running for one of two open seats on the state Supreme Court, reported contributions of $9,595 and expenses of $6,867 for the reporting period.
Larger contributions include $500 from Raese, and $1,000 from Amherst Industries president Charles Jones.
Yoder, a former state senator, spent about $6,000 in the 2010 special election to fill a vacancy on the high court, nearly upsetting Justice Thomas McHugh.
Yoder listed expenses of $2,720 for signs and campaign materials at the Victory Store in Davenport, and $1,070 in fees to Lazarus Strategic Communications, a public relations firm that Stephen Reed operates.
Finally, former 12-term delegate and frequent candidate for statewide office, Larry Faircloth, reported raising $462 in his race against incumbent state Auditor Glen Gainer.
His largest contribution was $200 from the Ritchie County Republican Executive Committee.
Faircloth reported expenses of $135 and a balance of $1,707 as of Sept. 23.
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