SPOKANE, Wash - In her first public filing since announcing her campaign for mayor, Nadine Woodward leads the pack in campaign contributions.
Woodward, a former anchor at KXLY4, has raised $66,234.05 through cash and in-kind contributions. City Council President Ben Stuckart trails Woodward with $65,436.16 raised. He began his campaign in 2016, where Woodward only filed for candidacy in April.
Andrew Rathbun is listed as raising nearly $40,000, but has since decided to run for a city council position instead.
Woodward carries contributions from large donors, including $1,000 from Spokane developers Walt and Karen Worthy and $1,000 from her former KREM2 co-anchor Charles Rowe.
Stuckart carries large donations from labor unions and the Washington State Democrats.
Candidates are required to report their contributions and expenditures with the Washington Public Disclosure Commission. You can access the full reports here.
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