Candidates for mayor and town council have filed their final campaign finance reports before the Aug. 4 election.

The reports break down money the candidates received and spent through July 18.

Here is a look at those reports, including top donors, broken down by each race.

Mayor

LYNNE KING SMITH

Individuals


  • Mariana Abelson, Creo School owner: $6,450

  • Justin Bayless, Bayless CEO: $6,450

  • Howard Morrison, Morrison Ranch master plan developer: $6,450

  • Adam Webster, Rocky Mountain Restoration: $4,300

  • Adelaida Severson, Bushtex owner: $4,000


Self: $50,000


MATT NIELSEN

Individuals


  • Glenn Way, Charter One CEO: $6,450

  • Brent McArthur, Charter One chief operating officer: $6,450

  • William Gutterly, Charter One chief operating officer: $6,450

  • Jeff Wagner, retired: $500

  • Bryan Foster, ALA Management Services executive director: $500


Self: $30,040

BRIGETTE PETERSON

Individuals


  • George Dottl, retired: $2,000

  • Greg Davis, Iplan Consulting owner: $500

  • Eric Emmert, Dorn Policy Group vice president: $400

  • Adam Baugh. attorney: $250

  • Mark Boesen, attorney: $250

  • Ben Cooper, Norris Design senior project manager: $250

  • Walter Delecki, Northern Arizona University clinical professor: $250

  • Jason Morris, attorney: $250

  • Ralph Pew, attorney: $250

  • Bennan Ray, attorney: $250

  • Michael Withey, attorney: $250


In-kind donations


  • Aaron Childs, Journey Maps owner: $2,800


Four-year council seats (two seats)


SCOTT ANDERSON (I)


Individuals


  • George Dottl, retired: $2,600

  • Reese Anderson, attorney: $200

  • Sean Lake, attorney: $200

  • Ralph Pew, attorney: $200

  • Debra Carr, small-business owner: $100

  • Brad Barrett, retired: $100

  • Thomas Verploegen, retired: $100


Self: $4,000

Political action committees


  • Realtors of Arizona: $4,500

  • Cox AZ: $350


TYLER HUDGINS

Individuals


  • Raymond Olsen, self-employed real estate: $1,000

  • Jared Taylor, Heritage Academy director: $650

  • Gerald Ricke, developer: $500

  • William Olsen, real estate development: $500

  • Jason Barney, developer: $500

  • Richard Fisher, Asset Preservation and Restoration Services CFO: $500


In-kind donations


  • James Adams, Epic Light Media owner: $5,000

  • Self (in-kind): $5,000


Self (monetary): $2,400

Political action committees


  • Pinnacle West: $500


BUSOLA OBAYOMI


Individuals


  • Joel Obayomi: $1,000

  • Akin Ikuseru: $500

  • Globade Fakoya: $500

  • Joseph Jegede: $250

  • Samuel Ajayi: $200


Note: No occupations of donors were listed on reports.

Self: $1,428.43

KATHY TILQUE

Individuals


  • Kathleen Dowler, Dignity Health community integration director: $250

  • Bryan Brundrett, Norwood Furniture co-owner: $200

  • Molly Greene, Salt River Project government relations and public policy senior director: $100


In-kind donations


  • Eric Reber, SpeedPro owner: $3,106.51


Self: $875


Political action committees


  • Realtors of Arizona: $3,000

  • Gilbert Firefighters: $1,200

  • Salt River Project: $800

  • Pinnacle West: $500

  • Cox: $350




Two-year council seat


LAURIN HENDRIX

Self: $30,956.34

BILL SPENCE (I)


Individuals


  • George Dottl, retired: $500

  • Lauren Eccles, Intel finance/data scientist: $149.22

  • David Seigler, New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center administrator: $100

  • Tom Thrasher, retired: $100


Self: $5,333.20

(I)—Incumbent