District 2 candidate Charlie Stevens is leading the cash pack thus far by raising $21,950 during the most recent reporting period, which covers Jan. 1 to Feb. 17. He spent $11,773 of that, mostly on mail pieces and other ads.
District 5 incumbent Jeff Longwell raised $17,601 and spent $8,070, largely on mailings and advertisements.
District 4 candidate June Bailey logged $6,725 in donations, including a $3,000 loan to herself. She spent $5,780 of that, mostly on ads and signs.
District 2 candidate Om Chauhan reported a $10,000 self-loan but no other contributions. He spent $2,6,12 of that on canvassing, consultants and advertising.
District 3 candidate Clinton Coen reported $650 in contributions, including a $550 check from himself. He came into Jan. 1 with $160. He has spent $762 on signs and buttons.
Check back in Tuesday afternoon as more reports come in. See Kansas.com and Wednesday’s Eagle for more details on who gave money to the candidates.
Campaign finance reports are available on the Sedgwick County Election Office web site.