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Bill Foster raises another $55K in two weeks, but will it be enough to beat Kathleen Ford

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The latest campaign finance information (through October 9) is now available online.

Mayor
Kathleen Ford raised $7,340 for an overall total of $66,488.76, now having spent $46,485, leaving Ford with just over $20K cash-on-hand.

Bill Foster raised $55,055 for an overall total of $207,242, spent $30,508, now having spent $141,143 overall, leaving Foster with just over 66K cash-on-hand.

District 2
Steve Corsetti raised $50 (from former City Council candidate Joe Smith), for an overall total of $7,505, now having spent $5,826, leaving Corsetti with just under $1,700 cash-on-hand.

Jim Kennedy raised $500 and loaned himself $1,500 for an overall total of $20,690, now having spent $19,250, leaving Kennedy with $1,470 cash-on-hand.

District 4
Pamella Settlegood raised $410 and loaned herself $600 for an overall total of $3,287, now having spent $2,698, leaving Settlegood with really nothing except the settlement money she has yet to spend.

Leslie Curran raised $550 for an overall total of $9,775, now having spent $3,129, leaving Curran with $6,600 cash-on-hand.

District 5
Steve Kornell raised $4,985 for an overall total of $55,896, now having spent $51,010, leaving Kornell with $4,800 cash-on-hand.

Angela Rouson raised $3,180 for an overall total of $39,633, now having spent $38,177, leaving Rouson with $1,500 cash-on-hand.

District 6
Karl Nurse raised $3,100 for an overall total of $42,566, now having spent $37,167, leaving Nurse with $5,400 cash-on-hand.

Vel Thompson raised $345 for an overall total of $5,178, now having spent $4,083.75, leaving Thompson with $1,100 cash-on-hand.

District 8
Jeff Danner’s and Leonard Schmiege’s reports were not available.

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