Updated April 28 a 8:40 p.m.

Correction: Approximately $1,178 of Kevin Pitts campaign expenditures came from personal funds.

District 5 incumbent Kevin Pitts has out-raised his opponent, Jason Norwood, and all other Georgetown City Council candidates, according to campaign finance reports.

With the May election nearing an end, City Council District 5 and District 1 candidates have submitted their most recent campaign finance reports. The reports detail expenditures and donations from March 25 through April 21.

Pitts has raised the most money at $5,504. Reports also state he has spent about $8,274 in expenditures with $1,178 coming from personal funds. Norwood has raised $4,070 and spent about $2,744 in expenditures, the report said.

District 1 candidate Amanda Parr has out-raised her opponent, incumbent Mary Calixtro, by raising $4,400 and spending about $6,789, according to the report.

Calixtro raised a total of $1,720 and spent about $891 in expenditures, the report said.

Early voting ends April 27. Election day is May 1.

Learn more about the candidates for District 1 and District 5 with Community Impact Newspaper's candidate Q&A's.