AUGUSTA — The amount of money raised and spent is included in the latest campaign finance reports filed by candidates for local legislative seats.

The latest report covers through Sept. 20 and are filed with the Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices. Most local candidates are financing their campaigns with public funds through the Maine Clean Election Act which was first approved by Maine voters in 1996. Other candidates are financing their campaigns with private donations from individuals and organizations.

State Senate District 12

Former Democratic state Rep. Anne “Pinny” Beebe-Center of Rockland and Republican Scott Rocknak of Camden, who operates local boatyard and brokerage — Rocknak Yacht Sales — are on the November ballot for the State Senate District 12 seat.

State Sen. David Miramant, D-Camden, was unable to seek re-election because of the state law which limits legislators to no more than four consecutive terms for the same seat.

District 12 includes all of Knox County, except the towns of Washington and Isle au Haut.

Both candidates are participating in public financing. Beebe-Center had receipts of $54,239 and expenditures of $31,366 as of Sept. 20. Rocknak had receipts of $37,974 and expenditures of $14,253.

State Senate District 13

For state Senate District 13, Democrat Cameron Reny, an educator from Round Pond, and former Republican state Rep. Abden Simmons of Waldoboro are on the November ballot.

First-term Democratic state Sen. Chloe Maxmin of Nobleboro did not seek re-election.

District 13 covers Lincoln County, as well as the Knox County town of Washington and the Kennebec town of Windsor.

Both candidates are participating in public financing. Reny had receipts of $79,563 and expenditures of $31,861. Simmons had receipts of $30,691 and expenditures of $8,310.

House District 40

Incumbent Rep. Stanley Paige Zeigler, a Democrat from Montville, and Republican Joseph McLaughlin of Lincolnville are on the ballot for Maine House District 40. Zeigler is in his third term in the House.

District 40 consists of Appleton, Islesboro, Liberty, Lincolnville, Montville, Morrill and Searsmont.

Zeigler is publicly financed with receipts of $13,894 and expenditures of $9,634. McLaughlin’s campaign is privately financed with receipts of $1,050 and expenditures of $515 as of Sept. 20. In addition to himself, his top donors are the Waldo County Republican Committee at $300, and Matt Pouliot qof Augusta at $250.

House District 41

Incumbent State Rep. Vicki Doudera, D-Camden, and Republican Susan Lee Butterworth of Camden are on the ballot for Maine House District 41 which consists of Camden and Rockport.

Doudera is completing her second consecutive term in the House.

Doudera is receiving public financing and had receipts of $18,025 and expenditures of $14,157 as of Sept. 20. Butterworth is receiving private contributions with receipts of $4,006 and expenditures of $1,622.  Her top contributors have been the Knox County Republican Committee and Jermiah Kelly of Camden who both donated $425.

House District 42

Incumbent state Rep. Valli Geiger, D-Rockland, and Republican challenger Roger Tranfaglia of Rockland are on the November ballot. Geiger is seeking her second term in the House. She previously served on the Rockland City Council including one year as mayor. Tranfaglia is a flagger for Central Maine Power.

District 42 includes Rockland, North Haven, Criehaven, Matinicus Isle, Muscle Ridge Islands and the part of the municipality of Owls Head, generally north and northwest of a line described as follows: Beginning at the point where Dublin Road begins at the border of South Thomaston, then west along the centerline of Dublin Road until it intersects with Ash Point Drive, then northwest along the centerline of Ash Point Drive until it intersects with South Shore Drive, finally northeast along the centerline of South Shore Drive until the bridge over the estuary.

Geiger is receiving public financing and had receipts of $3,440 and expenditures of $2,540. Tranfaglia is receiving private contributions with receipts of $1,600 and expenditures of $300 as of Sept. 20. His biggest donor besides himself has been the Knox County Republican Committee at $425.

House District 43

Incumbent State Rep. Ann Matlack, D-St. George, and Republican challenger Heather Anne Sprague of Cushing are on the November ballot to represent House District 43.

Matlack is in her second term in the House.

District 43 represents Cushing, Thomaston, South Thomaston, St George and the remainder of Owls Head.

Matlack’s campaign is being publicly financed with receipts of $6,025 and expenditures of $5,598. Sprague’s campaign is private financed. Her largest donors have been the Knox County Republican Committee, John Linnehan of Ellsworth, Paul Ackerman of St. George, and Doug Fales of Cushing who have each contributed $425,  and Wesley and Judith Hurst of Old Orchard Beach, owners of Aquaboggon Water Park, donated $200.

House District 44

Incumbent state Rep. William Pluecker, an independent from Warren, and Republican Crystal Lynn Robinson of Hope are on the ballot for Maine House District 44.

House District 44 includes Hope, Union and Warren.

Pluecker’s campaign is publicly financed with receipts of $10,962 and expenditures of $6,414. Robinson’s campaign is privately financed with receipts $13,186 and expenditures of $8,254. The biggest donors are Maine Association of Realtors, the Dinner Political Action Committee, Knox County Republican Committee, Paula Sutton of Warren, Lee Sculley of Camden, Paul Ackerman of St. George, Molly Luce of Hope, and William Atwood who each donated $425.

House District 45

Republican Lynn Madison of Waldoboro, a lawyer and former assistant district attorney in Prosecutorial District 6; and Democrat Clinton Collamore Sr., a veteran town official from Waldoboro, will vie for the Maine House District 45 seat.

House District 45 includes Friendship, Washington, Waldoboro, Bremen, and Louds Island. The seat is held by independent Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos of Friendship who did not seek re-election. Evangelos has served in the Legislature for 10 years. He said obstruction politics in Augusta made it an easy choice not to seek re-election in 2022.

Both Madison and Collamore are publicly financed. Madison had receipts of $7,108 and expenditures of $2,113. Collamore had receipts of $15,274 and expenditures of $7,219.

House District 15

Republican Jason Joyce of Swans Island and Democrat Holly Eaton of Deer Isle seek the Maine House District 15 seat.

House District 15 consists of the Knox County towns of Vinalhaven and Isle au Haut, and the Hancock County towns of Brooklin, Deer Isle, Frenchboro, Southwest Harbor, Stonington, Swans Island and Tremont.

Incumbent Rep. Genevieve McDonald, D-Stonington, did not seek re-election.

Joyce and Eaton are both publicly financed. Joyce had receipts of $17,071 and expenditures of $8,704. Eaton had receipts of $7,025 and expenditures of $2,759.

District attorney

District Attorney Natasha Irving is unopposed for re-election to a second four-year term to serve as the top prosecutor for Knox, Lincoln, Waldo, and Sagadahoc counties.

Irving’s campaign raised $15,605 which was raised prior to the deadline for when candidates file their nomination papers. No one else sought the seat by the March 2022 deadline. The Democrat’s largest donors were Ellen Seidman of Portland and Thomas Lamia of South Bristol who each contributed $850; Ellen Sudow of Tenants Harbor $800, Walter McKee of Hallowell $500, and Sarah Rheault of Camden $500.

Expenditures for the campaign totaled $11,966 as of Sept. 20.