Fundraising slows in State Board of Education District 10 race

Incumbent Republican Tom Maynard has not raised any funds for his campaign.

Incumbent Republican Tom Maynard has not raised any funds for his campaign.

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Judy Jennings, the Democratic challenger in the State Board of Education District 10 race, leads incumbent Republican Tom Maynard in political donations so far this election season, according to the latest round of campaign finance reports due to election officials Monday. Maynard has not yet raised any funds for his campaign.

Every opposed candidate in the Nov. 8 election must file contributions and expenditures reports. This latest round of reports covers all financials from Sept. 30-Oct. 31, according to the Texas Ethics Commission.

Here is how much donation money each candidate has received and spent for the State Board of Education District 10 race during that timeframe:

Maynard: $0 in contributions, $0 in expenditures
Jennings: $163.58 in contributions, $8.27 in expenditures

Here are the top financial supporters for Jennings’ campaign:
1. Ellen Richard, $100
2. Robert Baumgardner, $50


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