Rawlings tops $2.2 million in fund-raising; Kunkle at $242,000

As the mayoral race enters its final few days, there’s no doubt who the biggest winner is in fund-raising: Mike Rawlings has raised (and spent) about $2.2 million in the election and runoff, while David Kunkle has raised $242,000 and spent $202,000, according to the latest election filings reported in the DMN.

Early voting for the Saturday election ends today. Early reports indicated an overall turnout of about 12 percent is projected.

And if you’re still undecided, don’t forget about our video discussion with both candidates:

Part 1 – Calatrava bridge, World-Class City & the AAC

Part 2 – Neighborhood development

Part 3 – Budget specifics, police and Farmers Market

Part 4 – Public libraries, art and economic development

Part 5 – Favorite restaurants, robo-calls and “what if you lose?”

By |2011-06-14T09:21:57-05:00June 14th, 2011|City Hall, News, Politics|Comments Off on Rawlings tops $2.2 million in fund-raising; Kunkle at $242,000

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