Which Spokane mayoral candidate leads in campaign contributions?

Which Spokane mayoral candidate leads in campaign contributions?
Nadine Woodward has raised over $66,000 since announcing her run for mayor in April. 

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.

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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.

Three of Woodward’s top ten contributors have addresses outside of Spokane. #kxly #spokanemayorrace pic.twitter.com/c2wrOncyID

— BrianKXLY4 (@Briankxly4) May 10, 2019

Stuckart carries large donations from labor unions and the Washington State Democrats.

5 of Spokane Mayoral candidate Ben Stuckart’s top 10 contributors have addresses outside of Spokane. #kxly #spokanemayorrace pic.twitter.com/6XQm3DDcAB

— BrianKXLY4 (@Briankxly4) May 10, 2019

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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