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With loans, Leffingwell ahead of McCracken, Strayhorn in cash

Thursday, April 9, 2009 by Austin Monitor

Information gathered from the campaigns of mayoral contenders Carole Keeton Strayhorn, Brewster McCracken and Lee Leffingwell indicate that McCracken has raised the most money–nearly $237,000 since he began fundraising—but that Leffingwell has more cash on hand than either of his opponents.

 

Mark Nathan, Leffingwell’s consultant, said his candidate had raised about $128,000 and loaned himself another $100,000. Leffingwell has spent about $91,000 and had $136,170 as of the end of the reporting period, Nathan said.

 

Colin Rowan, McCracken’s consultant, said the Mayor Pro Tem has raised a total of nearly $237,000 and has nearly $102,000 cash on hand as of the end of March.

 

The committee doing fundraising for Strayhorn reported raising about $102,000 and having $80,555.94 on hand at the end of the reporting period.

 

Reports were being filed this afternoon, according to the campaign spokesmen.

 

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