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It’s that time again: The candidates running for D.C. Council filed their latest fundraising reports, covering the period from Feb. 1 to March 10.
Incumbent Councilmember Vincent Orange raised far more than his challengers for his at-large seat, ending the period with more than twice the cash on hand of his nearest challenger, Robert White.
In Ward 7, Vince Gray‘s fundraising haul dwarfed that of incumbent Yvette Alexander.
Ward 8 incumbent LaRuby May, who barely defeated Trayon White in last year’s special election, has about 15 times as much cash on hand as White does.
David Grosso faces a poorly funded challenge from Drew Franklin for his seat.
Update 12:30 p.m. Incumbent Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd raised nearly $60,000 and only spent a fraction of that, leaving him well-ahead of Leon Andrews, who lent his campaign $140,000.
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