Edmonds mayoral challenger Dave Earling leads the fundraising for all Edmonds City Council and mayoral candidates, according to the most recent state Public Disclosure Commission reports.
Earling has raised $25,875 and as of the latest filing had not spent any money. Incumbent Edmonds Mayor Mike Cooper, has raised $9,357 and has spent $875 so far. The third candidate for mayor, former Edmonds City Councilmember Roger Hertrich, has reported no donations or expenditures.
Other candidate reports include:
Position 4: Edmonds City Councilmember Diane Buckshnis has raised $3,690 but reports no money spent. Challenger Bob Wilcox has raised $6,145 with no expenditures while Tad Helke reports no donations or expenses.
Position 5: Edmonds City Council incumbent DJ Wilson has raised $10,606 and has spent $3,575. Wilson’s challenger, citizen activist Joan Bloom, has raised $500 but did not list any expenditures in her most recent PDC filing.
Position 6: For this open seat (incumbent Steve Bernheim is not running for re-election), Edmonds business owner Frank Yamamoto reported $4,975 in donations while perennial candidate Alvin Rutledge reports no contributions or expenses.
Position 7: Edmonds City Councilmember Lora Petso has raised $280 and spent $130, while challenger Darlene Stern reported $3,950 in contributions and no expenses.
To see the complete list of donations for all candidates, visit the PDC website.