The totals show that Hogan operated on a much leaner scale than Brown. Since the June 24 primary, Hogan paid just over $240,000 in salaries and other compensation. Brown paid about $1.4 million. Over that period, Brown paid campaign manager Justin Schall $45,874 in wages while Hogan manager Steve Crim earned $19,617. Schall did double duty as the campaign's chief spokesman while Crim did not.