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Mayoral candidates file spending reports

Posted: September 30, 2011 - 10:32am

Borough mayor candidate Mike Navarre has pulled ahead of all mayoral candidates in funds raised and spent.
The former borough mayor and state legislator has raised $37,068.62 and spent $32,577.18 on his campaign through Sept. 24, according to the seven-day report Navarre filed with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.
Former borough Mayor Dale Bagley has reported raising $24,710 and spending $22,763.90 on his campaign through the same period.
Former assembly member Debbie Brown has raised $19,738 and spent $19,425.45 through Sept. 27.
Gary Superman, a former assembly member and Nikiski resident, reported $7,595 in campaign income and $5,363.15 in expenses through Sept. 24.
Soldotna resident Fred Sturman declared raising $9,701.60 and spending $7,338.70 through Sept. 27.
Nikiski resident Tim O'Brien filed an exemption on July 27, meaning he doesn't plan to raise or spend more than $5,000 on his campaign.

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