Georgetown City Council candidates file 8-day campaign finance reports

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

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

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.
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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