Harper gets help from iron workers union for re-election campaign

He campaigns with a little help from his friends

By Allen Payton

Antioch Mayor Wade Harper reported two large, late contributions of $1,000 each from the iron workers union for his re-election campaign, over the weekend. On Friday, October 21st, the District Council of Iron Workers Political Action League contributed $1,000 to his campaign. That same day Harper also received $1,000 from the Iron Workers Union Local 378, according to the form 497 campaign finance reports he filed with City Clerk Arne Simonson’s office.

Contributions of $1,000 or more received by a campaign must be reported within 24 hours during the 90-day period before an election. That started on August 10th, this year. Campaigns must use a form 497 to report the contributions. Please see Harper’s latest 497 forms, below.

The latest reporting period for all contributions and expenses, with specifics for those of $100 or more ended on Saturday, October 22nd and reports are due on Thursday, October 27th. The election is Tuesday, November 8th.

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