Candidates running for city office in Lubbock had until 5 p.m. Friday to file their campaign finance reports.
In the mayoral race, incumbent David Miller raised more than $68,000 in the month of April; Tom Martin raised more than $34,000; while, Roger Settler raised a little more than $1,800. Candidate Gilbert Montes did not file a report, but he will still appear on the May 10th ballot.
In the race for Lubbock City Council District Four, candidate Paul Beane raised the most money last month with $18,300 in contributions; Jerry Bell took in just shy of $13,200; and Tom Keisling received just more than $10,000.
In the race for Lubbock City Council District Two, current city councilman Floyd Price topped the candidate contributions with just short of $7,400 during April while Armando Gonzales collected $650. Gilbert Salinas did not turn in a report to the city Friday because he did not accept any contributions during the month of April.
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