2013 Campaign Reporting Form

Presidential candidates are required to report any financial support greater than $200 that they received while seeking nomination or election from Aug. 1 of the preceding year of the election through two weeks prior to the start of the president-elect election balloting period. 

Financial support includes direct money payments, in kind services, advertising on behalf of the candidate, etc. Cash contributions to candidates must be documented with the source of the contribution. This will include support from any individual, group, organization, society, APA division, state association or caucus of APA council. Any honorarium and expenses for travel to present or speak to a group specifically regarding the candidate‚Äôs nomination or election also must be reported.

Barry S. Anton, PhD
  • $200
    Thomas Vaughn, PhD, Oklahoma, Feb. 20. 2013
  • Registration fee (unknown) for the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Convention 
    Linda and Jeffrey Knauss, PhD, June 2013
Kurt F. Geisinger, PhD

Candidate decided not to accept funds from anyone for his campaign.

Rodney L. Lowman, PhD
  • $1,500
    APA Div. 13 (Society of Consulting Psychology)
Jeffrey J. Magnavita, PhD
  • $500 
    Jon Fredrickson, May 22, 2013
  • $199 
    Michael Alpena, June 29, 2013
Steven J. Reisner, PhD

Candidate did not receive any contributions over $200.