Edmonds City Council Election Watch: Wambolt continues to lead all candidates in fundraising
According to the latest reports filed with the Public Disclosure Commission, candidates for Edmonds City Council have raised of $44,235 to date. They have spent $17,667, leaving a surplus of $26,558 to spend before election day.
Position 3 challenger Ron Wambolt is leading fundraising so far with contributions of $16,776 from 85 donors. Eleven of those donating to Wambolt have contributed $500 in either cash or services. Wambolt is challenging incumbent Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, who has raised $13,401 from 90 contributors. Five of those donors have contributed $500 or more.
Strom Peterson, who is seeking re-election to City Council Position 2, reports raising $7,233 from 54 donors, with two at the $500 level. His opponent, Alvin Rutledge, reports no fundraising to date.
Council Position 1 incumbent Kristiana Johnson has raised $3,991 from 29 people, with only one at the $500 level. Her opponent, Randy Hayden, has raised $2,835 from nine contributors, with $900 from his own pocket.
Contributors at the $500 maximum level include:
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Workers
Service Employees International Union – Healthcare
Rita Taylor Photography
KLN Construction, Inc.
For the reports, follow this link to the Public Disclosure Commission website. Scroll to the bottom of the page. Edmonds candidates are on pages 19 and 20.