Condon has raised more cash for reelection than any other local candidate in WA

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Mayor David Condon has raised more money for his reelection campaign than anyone else running for local office in the state, according to filings with the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission.

Spokane is the second largest city in the state, but Condon has raised more than candidates running for office in Seattle or King County.

Condon has raised $294,559.93 for reelection. Coming in second is Jane Hague, who has raised $237,434.86 for her bid for King County Council. In third is Timothy Burgess, who has raised $222,916.88 to keep his seat on Seattle City Council, who is followed by Kshama Sawant, another Seattle City Council member, who has raised $192,948.71.

Condon’s opponent Shar Lichty, an organizer with the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, has raised $8,459.54. Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart, also elected city-wide on a city-wide vote, has raised $78,024.04.