UPDATE, 4/1: Two more reports have been received. Details below.
UPDATE, 4/3: And now the last one...see below
All told, they report raising $76,157 -- more than the mayor's yearly salary. Final reports are due 10 days before the May 5 special mayoral election -- but will, no doubt, be amended after that.
Here's the quick-and-dirty from the pre-primary filings:
Raised $10,329Jody Harding:
Donated to himself: $4,000
Received $100 from State Sen. John Lehman
Raised $3,0936Jim Spangenberg:
Donated to herself: $500
Has an $800 loan
Another large donation: $500 from Fred Young
Raised $8,125Q.A. Shakoor II:
Loaned himself $1,686
Raised $6,138Kim Plache:
Loaned himself $4,000
Received $200 from Jim Eastman of Merchant's Moving, and $300 from his boss at Twin Disc, Mike Batten.
Raised $8,403Pete Karas:
Loaned herself $1,000
Two large contributions: $800 from Regine Peterson, general manager of an Omaha, TV station; $803.20 from Jeff Neubauer, owner of Kranz Inc.
Raised $11,900Greg Helding:
Loaned himself: $3,500
Among many $25 donations, there were a couple of big ones: $600 from Yorgan for Mayor, and $600 from People for Todd Price.
Raised $13,514John Dickert:
Donated to himself: $2,300
One of his largest contributors was Reince Priebus, state GOP party chairman, who gave $500. Other contributors included Cathy Stepp for Senate, $600; and the Racine County Republican Party, $200. Others who donated $800 included campaign treasurer David Namowicz, Alderman Robert Mozol and Charles Johnson, chairman of the city's Police and Fire Commission.
Raised $14,655Update, 4/1: Two of the three missing candidates' reports came into the City Clerk's office Wednesday morning.
The Journal Times initially reports that Dickert filed an incomplete report, but it appears instead that the City Clerk's office failed to notice part of his .xls spreadsheet filing, which was sent via email.
Raised $0Raymond Fay:
Spent $299.54 on yard signs
Raised $930.Update, 4/3: The Journal Times reports this morning that the final candidate has filed.