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Monday, September 21, 2020

Election expenses revealed for Ballymoney candidates

A summary of the expenses that each of the 12 candidates spent on their elections campaigns, has revealed in total £7792.38 was incurred by them in the Ballymoney DEA.

The candidate who spent the least was David Hanna for UKIP with £306.30, while the most was spent by Independent Ian Stevenson. Both candidates failed to win a seat.

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The following is a summary of the candidates expenses for the Ballymoney DEA:

Blair, WilliamTUV606.55
Finlay, JohnDUP850.2
Hanna, DavidUKIP306.3
McCully, PeterALLIANCE323.92
McKoewn, TomUUP629.52
McLaughlin, CathalSF388.51
McLean, AlanDUP816
Peacock, LeanneSF709.23
Stevenson, IanIND1227
Wallace, IvorDUP746.6
Wilson, DarrylUUP639
Wilson, JohnTUV549.55
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Elsewhere, the summary document reveals that there was only one candidate who submitted a NIL RETURN, and that was the Greens, Mark Coulson.

Overall the total spend by all the candidates during the council elections May for the whole of the Causeway Coast & Glens area was, £51,127.36.

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