With Dunedin's city elections just two weeks away, political opponents Commissioner David Carson and Heather Gracy are neck and neck in the money race.
Gracy is $25 ahead of Carson in campaign fundraising. She has raised $21,345, with notable support coming from past and current Dunedin Fine Art Center board members. Carson has raised $21,320, with $10,000 of the reported funds coming from a loan to himself.
Gracy is outspending Carson by a wide margin with $12,360 toward mailers, campaign swag, parties and marketing, nearly two-thirds more than Carson's $4,570.
Carson and Gracy are vying for City of Dunedin's Commission Seat 3 on Nov. 6.
Follow the links to see a breakdown of some of the candidates' contributions: