The amounts Anderson's campaign raised from 114 members of his staff seem to have little correlation to the size of their paychecks. Some of the bigger donors on Anderson's staff-people like majors Samuel Cogen and William Matthews, who together purchased $1,340 worth of tickets, and lieutenant Carla Lightsey, who spent $1,280 on tickets-were high on the office's pay-scale, earning in the $75,000-$85,000 range. The salaries of others bringing in high-dollar amounts to the campaign-court security lieutenant Spencer Giles ($1,070), and deputy sheriffs Bernard White ($1,280), Dwayne McNatt ($1,070), and Gideon Shifaraw ($1,700)-are in the $40,000-$60,000 range. But the office's top two earners last year-court security officers Roscoe Lewis and Christopher Cooper, who each pulled in over $100,000 in pay last year, the only people other than Anderson to do so-weren't among the generous: Lewis gave nothing to Anderson's campaign, and Cooper spent just $170 on tickets. Near the bottom of the pay scale, however, was notable beneficence. Anthony Armstrong, Joan McEntyre, and Unsolo Holley, who made in the mid-$20,000s working as community aides, together bought $410 in tickets, while six court security officers who made less than $20,000 last year accounted for $1,250 in re-election revenues.