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Gather round kids, the finance reports on District lawmakers’ constituent service funds (you know, the funds that are routinely in the news for embarrassing reasons) are out.

Some quickly assembled factoids:

At-Large Councilmember David Catania wins the money raise, raising $22,886 since July. Catania likely won’t make the D.C. GOP happy with his $50 donation to the Ward 8 Democrats for their “unity brunch.”

Ward 8 Councilmember Marion Barry raised $5,000, with all of it coming from the road paving behemoth Fort Myer Construction (10 checks for $500 from the company, its owners, or family members.)

Council Chairman Kwame “Fully Loaded” Brown reimbursed himself $2,082. Usually the forms indicate the specific reason why a councilmember or staffer is being reimbursed. Brown’s does not.

Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh refunded not-a-cop and former ABRA Chairman Chuck Brodsky‘s $500 donation.

Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans did not spend a dime on sporting events but did spend $647.43 at Costco to buy candy for the Palisades Parade. He also reimbursed himself $165.89 for office photos. (Evan’s office is filled with pictures of him standing next to famous and not-really famous people.)

Mayor Vince Gray‘s old constituent service fund from when he was chairman is still barely alive. It raised no money but spent $45 dollars on bank fees (that’s how they get you).