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Voller raises $7,800 for Pittsboro mayoral race

Posted by on Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 4:28 PM

No major bombshells in Randy Voller's latest campaign finance report, filed Oct. 26.

The mayoral incumbent collected $2,453 in the last month for a total of $7,841 for the election cycle. He has spent most of his campaign cash since  late September: $3,958 of the total $4,058. See the report here (pdf, 924 KB): vollercampaignfinance

Voller's contributors include Pittsboro General Store restaurateur Vance Remick, Jill Ehrenfeld of the Bean And Barrel, who gave $100 each. Chatham Coalition vice-chair John Hammond contributed $64 in the form of an in-kind donation, while the committee to Elect Peter Rubinas ponied up $201 and change. Rubinas unsuccessfully ran for Chatham County school board last fall and received the Chatham Coalition's endorsement.

Voller faces Republican Bill Crawford in the Nov. 3 election. Early voting continues through Oct. 31.

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