Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell Warren, facing a challenge from perennial sheriff's candidate Clarence Bowser in the Nov. 6 election, has raised $32,384 in this year's election campaign, according to records filed with the Virginia Board of Elections.
Bowser has raised $100 and doesn't appear to be soliciting funds.
Warren has spent $26,991, records show, leaving him with a balance of $5,393 as of the most recent filing deadline of Sept. 30.
Documents show that the top contributors to Warren's campaign include:
--Robert H. Harder, of Bena, $2,500;
--Rowe Business Solutions, dba The UPS Store, owned by Kevin Rowe, a narcotics investigator for the Sheriff's Office, $1,000 in cash contributions and another $1,000 of in-kind contributions;
--Diggs for Sheriff, $1,000;
--Peninsula Hardwood Mulch, $1,000;
--Elizabeth McCormick, of Yorktown, $1,000.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun