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Port Dover Coun. Amy Martin had strong support – popular and otherwise – en route to her convincing win in Ward 6 in last fall’s municipal election.A well-organized team coupled with solid financial support helped Martin secure a majority of the vote in a competitive field of seven candidates.Ward 6 had the highest rate of voter participation of the seven wards in Norfolk County Oct. 22. A total of 4,411 voted out of 7,165 eligible electors.Martin collected 2,242 votes for a total of 51 percent of ballots cast.Councillor candidates in Ward 6 had a general spending limit of $6,479.Martin was within the limit with campaign expenses in the amount of $6,124 according to a financial statement filed Feb. 11 with Norfolk’s clerk’s department.By law, municipal candidates must report donations of $100 or more. Martin declared nine campaign donations in excess of this amount. Supporters included:Robert Kennaley of Simcoe: $1,000.  Jo-Anne Martin of Port Dover: $500. Megan Flexman of Simcoe: $500. Tim Rodger of Port Dover: $500.  Kelly Fulson of Simcoe: $500. Grant Turner of Georgetown: $300. David and Judith Horton of Simcoe: $250. Bruce Armstrong of Port Dover: $150.  Nic Childs of Port Dover: $125. Martin claimed another contribution from Jo-Anne Martin in the amount of $325 for food, decorations and a room rental for a campaign launch party. Kelsey Wallace of Port Dover provided bookkeeping and financial services valued at $400.In her declaration, Coun. Martin also noted $178 for campaign literature and handouts during Port Dover’s Canada Day parade July 1.Martin’s total campaign expenses came to $6,124 while declared income came to $5,719 for a total deficit of $405.Other members of the new Norfolk council filing financial statements in recent days include Charlotteville Coun. Chris Van Paassen and Simcoe Coun. Ian Rabbitts.Councillor candidates in Simcoe-area Ward 5 were subject to a general spending limit of $6,479.In his financial statement, which was filed Feb. 14, Rabbitts declared $7,590 in income against expenses of $6,177. Thank-you cards and election-day events – an allowable expense beyond the general spending limit – came to $424.Rabbitts also enjoyed solid financial support. Donors of $100 or more include:Brenda Meiler of Mount Hope: $1,200. Garry Meiler of Mount Hope: $1,200. Lee Rabbitts of Simcoe: $1,200. Kathleen Noble of Simcoe: $1,000. Robert Kennaley of Simcoe: $1,000. Cheryl Rabbitts of Simcoe: $305. Rabbitts declared another $135 in expenses related to a receipt book and the rental of a booth at the Norfolk County Fair in October.Windham-area Ward 4 Coun. Chris Van Paassen replaced former Ward 4 representative Jim Oliver. Oliver retired from municipal politics at the end of the last council term.In his financial statement, which was filed at Governor Simcoe Square Jan. 15, Van Paassen claims income of $1,784 against expenses of the same amount.Van Paassen cites no donations of $100 or more while noting recycled signage obtained in 2010 worth $276.All candidates in last fall’s municipal election have till 2 p.m. March 29 to file a primary financial statement with the clerk’s department at Governor Simcoe Square.In the absence of that, all candidates have till March 28 to file a request in the Ontario Court of Justice for a reporting extension.After March 29, candidates have till 2 p.m. April 29 to file a financial statement along with a $500 late-filing fee. After that, penalties for not filing at all take [email protected] read more