With just 12 days to go until the town’s Tuesday, March 16 municipal election, campaign contributions and expenses continue to climb for most candidates.
Listed below are the names of contributors to general election candidates and candidates’ expenditures from Feb. 6 through Feb. 19 only. The candidates’ contributions and expenses totals to date are also listed.
Contributions and expenditures are listed for all contested races on the Key — at-large race between incumbent Commissioner Hal Lenobel and Phill Younger; District 1 race between incumbent Mayor Lee Rothenberg and Lynn Larson; and District 3 race between incumbent Commissioner Peter O’Connor and David Brenner.
To download a PDF listing candidates' contributions and expenditures, click here.
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