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5/31/08

Runoff Campaign Money's Coming In

If you don't live in districts two or four you may not know that Lubbock's election season isn't quite over. A week from Saturday, Lubbock voters head to the polls again, for run-off elections in city council districts two and four.

Four men, Armando Gonzales and incumbent Floyd Price, Jerry Bell and Paul Beane are still raising money and pressing the flesh to win a seat on council. Here's the break down.

In District Two:

Armando Gonzales raised $7,300 during the month of May. He spent nearly $10,300. And Gonzales has a $4,000 loan on his report to make up the difference. 

Incumbent Floyd Price raised nearly $14,000 in May. He spent about $11,300 leaving $2650 in his account. Price too has a loan of just short of $1,500 on his report.

Now to district four:

Jerry Bell raised almost $16,000 in May. He spent nearly $13,800 leaving about $2,200 in his campaign coffers.

Finally, Paul Beane raised a $30,881. He spent almost $29,500 leaving $1,444 in his campaign account.

Early voting goes through this Tuesday, June 3rd. And Election Day is this Saturday, June 7th.

Lubbock County Precinct Map
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