The March 12 ballot is one of the busiest in memory, with 14 candidates vying for mayor and three commission seats.
With that many, it’s also a pricey one. The total raised already is nearly in six figures, with one more reporting deadline to go. So far, the candidates have raised $98,596, and spent $40,657, according to reports filed with the city clerk for a Monday, Feb. 25, deadline.
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The 14 candidates in four Boynton Beach city races raised a total of nearly $100,000 and have spent more than $40,000, according to documents filed with the city for a Monday deadline. SOURCE: Boynton Beach City Clerk
RACE CONTRIB. EXP.
Steven Holzman $16,696 $3,140
Sophonie Lacombe $439 $175
Cliff Montross $2,000 $284
Jerry Taylor $16,550 $6,484
Carol Brenner $1,251 $1,155
David Merker $6,790 $4,220
James Brake $6,170 $3,765
Michael Fitzpatrick $17,937 $9,273
Ken Hall $1,000 $399
Allan Hendricks $7,490 $2,114
Joe Casello $7,775 $3,367
Sharon Grcevic $1,110 $664
Cory Kravit $10,328 $4,491
Don Scantlan $3,060 $1,126