30-Days-Out Reports from Campaign Finance Land

30-Days-Out Reports from Campaign Finance Land

With 30 days to go until the Nov. 8 general election, the Office of the City Clerk has again compiled the latest campaign finance numbers for the five City Council seats on the ballot. Here's a breakdown of how much money each candidate has raised, spent, owes in loans, and has on hand for the homestretch. See a complete list of the filings from this election cycle at www.austintexas.gov/cityclerk/elections/2016_campaign_finance_reporting.htm.



District 10 candidate Nicholas Virden did not submit a 30-day report. A representative from the City Clerk's office told the Chronicle that Virden originally signed up for modified reporting on his Form CTA, which exempts candidates from filing 30-day and 9-day campaign finance reports if they don't intend to raise or spend more than $500.

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