Mara, the sole Republican in the race, raised more than Matthew Frumin and Interim Councilmember Anita Bonds (D-At Large), both of whom claimed over $46,000 in contributions. Former Council member Michael Brown collected $31,000, while Elissa Silverman claimed $25,000, Paul Zukerberg $11,000 and Perry Redd $3,670.

With just over a month to go until the special election, Frumin has the most money in the bank, with over $97,000 to burn through. (In January, he reported raising over $80,000.) Mara has $53,000 left on hand, while Silverman has just over $47,000, Brown $28,000 and Zukerberg $15,000. Bonds’ full report wasn’t available this morning.

A few outtakes from the campaign finance reports:

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