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Ron Roberts has continued to raise far more campaign cash than his opponent, Stephen Whitburn, according to disclosure reports filed today.

Roberts, the incumbent county supervisor, raised nearly $60,000 during the first 16 days of October, the latest reporting period. Whitburn, a public affairs manager for the American Red Cross, raised $7,800 during the same period.

Since January, Roberts has more than tripled Whitburn on fundraising. He reported a total of $343,000 in donations through Oct. 16 while Whitburn reported a total of $105,000.

Roberts spent much of his money on consultants and literature. He spent about $133,000, ending with $20,000 in cash and $14,000 in debt. Whitburn spent $13,000 by comparison, ending with $12,000 in cash and $10,000 in debt.

You can view each candidate’s campaign reports here. If you find something interesting, let me know.

Please contact Keegan Kyle directly at keegan.kyle@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.550.5668 and follow him on Twitter: twitter.com/keegankyle.

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