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Money, Money, Money in MoCo's District 4

In the final stretch to Montgomery County's April 15 special election, campaign finance reports reveal that School Board president Nancy Navarro is leading fundraising among the eight candidates vying to succeed the late County Council member Marilyn Praisner.

Navarro has raised $34,446, of which $22,000 comes from political action committees, including labor unions representing firefighters, school employees, general government workers and carpenters.

Navarro is followed by Praisner's widower, Don Praisner, who has collected $16,000 from individuals and loaned his campaign $5,000. Close behind is federal consultant Pat Ryan, who has raised a total of $10,825, including a $4,000 contribution from the union representing firefighters.

Campaign finance reports for Democrat Steve Kanstoroom, a civic activist, were not immediately available online.

By Ann Marimow  |  April 9, 2008; 9:50 AM ET
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