With less than a month to go until the town of Longboat Key’s Tuesday, March 12 municipal election, campaign contributions continue to climb.
Listed below are the names of contributors to general election candidates.
Contributions are listed for all contested races on the Key — District 4 race between incumbent Jim Brown and Larry Grossman; the at-large race between incumbent Phill Younger and Gene Jaleski; and the at-large race between incumbent Terry Gans and Irwin Pastor.
Editor’s note: Contributions and in-kind donations were added to these totals, which don’t necessarily reflect totals on campaign reports. As of press time, candidate Gene Jaleski’s reports were awaiting an addendum that could change his current number of contributions.
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