Mayoral Campaign Finance Numbers for April - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/2/08

Mayoral Campaign Finance Numbers for April

Friday is the deadline for candidates seeking office in the City of Lubbock to have their April campaign finance numbers in to the City Secretary's Office. We've obtained copies of candidates for Mayor Tom Martin and incumbent David Miller's campaign reports.

Mayor Miller out-collected Tom Martin by nearly double. Miller also out-spent Martin by about $8,000 during the month of April.

Martin raised more than $34,000 in April. He spent about $31,000 and he has nearly raised just shy of $100,000 for his bid to win the mayor's seat. 

While Miller raised more than $68,000 in April. He spent about $39,000 and he still has nearly $57,000 left in the bank. Add up all his contributions since the beginning of the year and Miller raised just shy of $120,000 to re-win his seat as mayor.

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