The final Democratic candidate for Jefferson County judge has filed his report of campaign contributions and expenditures, four days after the May 15 deadline.

The final Democratic candidate for Jefferson County judge has filed his report of campaign contributions and expenditures, four days after the May 15 deadline.

Pine Bluff Assistant Chief of Police Ivan Whitfield’s report, which was filed Friday, showed that he received $20,955 in contributions from Nov. 10, 2011, to May 12, 2012, and also loaned his campaign $5,000.

Total expenditures were listed at $24,300.43, with much of that money spent for various types of advertising, including newspaper, television, yard signs and billboards.

Whitfield’s balance was listed at $1,654.43.

The report indicated that Whitfield received contributions from 37 individuals and groups, with eight of them contributing $500 or more, and two more contributing $1,000 or more.

State law says candidates for township, municipal and county races who have opposition and have received or spent more than $500 in contributions must file a financial report no later than May 15, and goes on to say that those who fail to “timely file” face possible sanctions.

Former Pine Bluff Mayor Dutch King filed by the May 15 deadline, while current Justice of the Peace Alfred Carroll filed May 18.