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The final fundraising reports are in ahead of tomorrow’s Democratic primary, and the numbers bode well for most of the incumbents.
These charts cover the period from March 11 to June 10.
Ward 4’s Brandon Todd has spent more money than any Council candidate in the past three months, in an effort to fend off a challenge from Leon Andrews.
In Ward 7, incumbent Yvette Alexander lagged behind her predecessor, former Mayor Vince Gray.
For Trayon White to unseat LaRuby May in Ward 8, he’ll have to overcome May spending nearly six times as much money over the past three months.
Vincent Orange spent more than $180,000 in this period to keep his at-large seat.