Georgetown City Council candidates file latest campaign finance reports

Campaign finance reports show campaign donations and expenditures. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Campaign finance reports show campaign donations and expenditures. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Campaign finance reports show campaign donations and expenditures. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

District 5 incumbent Kevin Pitts has out-raised his opponent, Jason Norwood, and all other Georgetown City Council candidates in the run up to the May 1 election, according to campaign finance reports.

With less than 30 days until the election, council candidates submitted their most recent campaign finance reports April 1. The reports detail expenditures and donations from the beginning of January through March 25.

Pitts has raised the most money at $20,314.90. From that, he has spent $16,490 in expenditures with $3,954 coming from personal funds. Norwood has raised about $1,650 and spent about $1,725 in expenditures with about $389 coming from personal funds, it said.

District 1 candidate Amanda Parr has out-raised her opponent, incumbent Mary Calixtro, by raising a total of $10,031, with a noteworthy contribution from Georgetown ISD Place 5 trustee Andy Webb. Parr has used about $4,691, her report said.

Calixtro raised a total of $3,600 and spent $1,621 in expenditures, it said.


Early voting will run from April 19-27. Early voting locations can be found here. Election day is May 1.

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By Fernanda Figueroa
Fernanda Figueroa graduated from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and a second major in political science. Originally from the Rio Grande Valley, Fernanda now covers government and education for the city of Georgetown.


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