Democratic State Central Committee of LA: $100 to Dickens on Nov. 4, 2014 for slatecard distribution, according to FEC records.

Assistant Attorney General Madeleine Slaughter: $900 to Dickens between Sept. 24, 2015 and Oct. 20, 2015 for advertising and distributing pushcards at fair, according to state campaign finance records.

State Rep. Marcus Hunter, D-Monroe: $6,835 to Dickens between Aug. 26, 2015 and Oct. 24, 2015 for campaign worker, fuel for RV, canvass team, and “Election Day Worker,” according to state campaign finance records.

LA Democrats (formerly the Democratic PAC of the Democratic State Central Committee): $500 to Dickens on Nov. 21, 2015 for Democratic Party Slate Card Distribution, according to state campaign finance records.

Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo: $7,700 to Dickens between Dec. 24, 2015 and March 3, 2016 and for campaign consulting, campaign outreach, “Election Day Worker,” and a sponsorship of “Stop the Bullying,” according to state campaign finance records.

Monroe City Councilwoman Juanita Woods: $6,360 to Dickens between March 23, 2016 and April 12, 2016 for political consulting and campaign canvassing, according to state campaign finance records.

Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell for the U.S. Senate: $550 to Dickens for work as a “canvasser” on Nov. 7, 2016, according to FEC records.

Fourth Judicial District Attorney Steve Tew: $1,000 to K-9 Outreach on April 13, 2017 as a donation, according to state campaign finance records.

State Rep. Katrina Jackson, D-Monroe: $850 to K-9 Outreach between May 8, 2017 and Dec. 14, 2017 for school supply drive donation, community Christmas giveaway, and donation for community forum, according to state campaign finance records.

West Monroe Mayor Dave Norris: $6,050 to K-9 Outreach between Feb. 1 and March 23 for advertising and donation for sponsorship, according to state campaign finance records.

Second Circuit Court of Appeal Judge James “Jimbo” Stephens: $500 to K-9 Outreach on May 17 for an Officer Appreciation Day Sponsorship, according to state campaign finance records.

Monroe City Court Judge Aisha Clark: $4,220 to Dickens from October 2015 to December 2015 for “RV use for campaign trail,” “Block Party (RV),” and “Use of RV (advertisement.” Clark is currently paying Dickens to serve as the manager of her campaign for Fourth Judicial District Court. She also paid Dickens $7,500 on July 10 for a “Campaign Manager Fee Partial Payment,” according to state campaign finance records.

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