10th Middlesex Candidates Raised More Than $100K for Special Election
The election's eventual winner, John Lawn, raised more than $47,000
In the short, five-month period of campaigning for the 10th Middlesex state representative special election, candidates raised more than $100,000 and spent more than $96,000.
According to reports from the Office of Campaign and Political Finance, the spending reports covered activity from January 1 to May 30 of this year. John Lawn, the election's eventual winner, raised the most money at just over $47,000.
Lawn beat out three other Democrats in an April primary election including Newton Alderman Allan Ciccone Jr., Waltham City Councilor Gary Marchese and Waltham resident Sean Durkee.
The 10th Middlesex District covers parts of Newton, Waltham and Watertown.
Here are the numbers for each candidate provided by the Office of Campaign and Political Finance:
|Candidate||Amount Raised||Amount Spent|
|Allan Ciccone Jr.||$9,908||$9,962|