With less than 30 days until the November election, county Commissioner Court candidates submitted their most recent campaign finance reports by the Oct. 5 deadline. The reports detail expenditures and donations from July 1 through September.
Cook has raised the most money at $5,750 while Gonzales raised $2,500 in the same time period. Additionally, Cook spent $5,168 mostly on advertising, and Gonzales spent $729 on campaign services, documents show.
Precinct 3 incumbent Valerie Covey has raised $1,500 while she spent $4,028. Her opponent Sharon Cummings out-raised her documenting $2,741 in contributions while expensing $1,164, documents said.
Early voting begins Oct. 13 and runs through Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 3.
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