4th Congressional District candidate George Cicotte had raised a total of $112,935 as of March 31, according to the Federal Election Commission. That includes a $75,000 loan and $10,215 in contributions from himself.
$2,600 — Richland attorney Chad Mitchell, Pay Plus CEO John Heaton of Kennewick, California homemaker Diana Hodson, Melissa Neal of Kennewick.
$2,570 — Kennewick filmmaker Doug Browning.
$2,000 — Nolan Empey of Sheffield Farms in Mesa.
$1,000 — Richland economic development person John Horton, Kennewick attorney Eric Butterworth.
$600 — Roger Hastings of Richland.
$500 — Kennewick photographer Rob DiPiazza, Richland dentist Rob Bagley, Dr. Michael Pattillo of Richland, Richland publisher Philip Johnson, Kennewick dentist Andrew Mohlman, Kadlec manager Jeff Clark of Richland, Kennewick lawyer Michael McKinney, Texas consultant Walter Kalmans, Kennewick financial advisor Eldon Monson.
$400 — Richland attorney Sandra Fowler.
$350 — Kennewick physical therapist Brian Brooks.
$300 — Kennewick architect Brandon Wilm and Kennewick endodontist Rolf Wuerch.
$250 — Ohio ophthalmologist Heather Koelling, Kennewick insurance agent LaPrele Hernandez, Institute for Applied Management & Law Inc. CEO Eric Jackson of California, Uniwest owner Mark Gehlen of Richland.