Sammamish City Council candidate leads all six City Council candidates in campaign funding, according to state Public Disclosure Commission records.
Wasnick's campaign took in $17,220.56, while his opponent for Position No. 4, , was second with $11,102.73. Not surprisingly, Wasnick and Valderrama have also spent the most on their campaigns, at $16,433.32 and $10,196.72, respectively.
The gap between Wasnick and Valderrama in respect to campaign funds and spending is wider than it is between any of the other competing candidates.
In the contest for Position No. 2, brought in $10,898.49 and spent $2,943.39, while her opponent, incumbent , had $6.678.84 and spent $2,809.68.
In the contest for Position No. 6, brought in $9,245.26 and spent $8,216.71, while his opponent, had $7,513.86 and spent $7,500.42.
In terms of campaign financing and spending, the race for Position No. 6 seems to be the most closely contested.
Looking at the raw numbers only tells part of the story, though.
Wasnick's $17,220.56 total is mostly thanks to nearly $15,000 in personal funding, loans and in-kind contributions.
"It's really been a self-funded effort," Wasnick said.
In contrast, Richardson's $10,898.49 is derived mostly from $7,930 in contributions.
A look at each candidate's report reveals whether money was raised from contributions, loans, etc., and what the funds were spent on.
Below you will find links to each candidate's full financial report on the Public Disclosure Commission website. Click on a candidate's name to view the report. You can use the tabs near the top of the page to switch between cash donations, in-kind contributions, expenditures and independent expenditures.
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