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Mayor Jerry Sanders raised $342,926 in the final six months of 2007 compared to the $185,267 that challenger Steve Francis spent on his self-financed campaign.

Campaign laws say that candidates can begin raising money a year before an election, so candidates could begin raising money in June. Sanders has raised his cash through individual $320 contributions; Francis is financing his own campaign, saying he won’t take money from what he termed as “special interests.”

You can read Sanders’ filings here and Francis’ here.


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