Here is what we learned from combing through each report and how much each candidate has raised and spent thus far in the election.
Place 2: Adeline Bui versus Jeff Marsh
In the only race with an incumbent, Jeff Marsh and Adeline Bui are running against one another. Jeff Marsh, the incumbent, has received $1,650 in political contributions and has spent $2,153.93 on his campaign efforts. Some of these expenditures have come from his personal funds.
Notably, Marsh received a $200 donation from Pflugerville ISD trustee Rob Reyes and also donated $200 to Victor Johnson's campaign, who is running for the Place 6 seat against Jim McDonald.
Adeline Bui, Marsh's challenger, has received $1,060 in political contributions, but has spent $9,263.40. The majority of her expenditures, $8,031.06, have been classified as being spent on advertising.
Marsh and Bui each received contributions from residents not living in Pflugerville. Marsh received a $1,000 donation from a developer, Barth Timmerman, who runs the Greenview Development in Austin. Bui's contributions, also totaling $1,000 all came from residents living in Austin.
Place 4: George Lueck versus Rudy Metayer
Lueck has been outspent by several thousand dollars in this race. Lueck has collected only $100 in political contributions, a donation from PfISD trustee Rob Reyes. He has spent $295.69 on advertising and accounting fees.
Lueck's campaign treasurer is Gayle Heath, wife of current Pflugerville city councilman Mike Heath.
Metayer has taken in $10,250 in political contributions, with more than $3,000 in donations coming from residents who do not live in the city of Pflugerville. He has spent $8,866.48 on a variety of costs including more than $650 on meals throughout his campaign.
Place 6: Victor Johnson versus Jim McDonald
McDonald outspent Johnson, with Johnson taking in $2,715 in contributions and spending $4,480.36. McDonald received $3,085 in contributions and spent $5,208.96.
A little more than $2,000 contributed to Johnson's campaign come from donors outside of the city of Pflugerville. McDonald, who did not disclose all addresses of all of his donors, disclosed $800 of his contributions came from residents outside of Pflugerville.
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