ATL District 5: Matt Rinker
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Leaders in the public sector have plenty of public resources to promote their political views, accomplishments and experience. Often much more can be found in the public record: personal and campaign finance disclosures, expense reports, and business, tax and court filings. Here’s what they show:
Matthew Steven Rinker
Rinker’s campaign has raised more than $27,000 in campaign donations, primarily from personal friends. He filed a disclosure of his personal finances on Oct. 28, six weeks past the filing deadline, for which he owes a $125 late fee.
Running for City Council in the Nov. 5 general election along with incumbent Natalyn Archibong and challengers Christian Enterkin and John Paul Michalik.
- Apartment management, ZRS Management LLC.
Business ownership interests
- None disclosed.
Other fiduciary positions
- Secretary, Hotlanta Softball Association Inc., non-profit.
Real estate holdings
- Personal residence valued at $87,000.
- None disclosed.
Donors have given more than $27,000 to Rinker’s campaign. He’s also provided $5,264 of his own in cash and campaign materials.
- Reported cash on hand (Oct. 25, 2013): $110
- $1,500 Avenue Realty Inc.
- $1,325 Gary Drews, bartender B.J. Roosters
- $1,200 Josh Morris, sales Park Tavern
- $1,150 Stuart Blencoe, regional sales manager, Blum Inc.
- $1,050 Kenny Grambow, regional manager, Toys-R-Us
- $1,000 Lance Wagner, president CMS Intellitech
- $1,000 Georgia Apartment Association
Posted Nov. 5, 2013