Local candidates submitted their most recent campaign finance reports Oct. 26; they detail contributions, expenses and loans between the end of September and the end of October.
Precinct 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey, the Republican candidate, outraised all other candidates, raking in about $21,128 in contributions, according to her report. She spent about $16,443, which went toward advertisements, event expenses and a $12,725 contribution to the Republican Party of Texas, documents show.
Covey’s opponent, Sharon Cummings, raised about $179 and spent about $2,000 solely on advertising, her report said.
Precinct 1 Commissioner Terry Cook, the Democratic candidate, raised about $4,990 in contributions, according to her report. She spent about $877, which went primarily toward advertisement expenses, it said.
Cook’s opponent, Nikki Gonzales, raised about $1,694 and spent about $1,369 on campaign services and food, her report said.
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