More money flows into Petaluma City Council race

Two of three incumbents and a first-time Petaluma City Council candidate raised the most in campaign contributions during the latest reporting period, eclipsing another newcomer who led in early fundraising.

Incumbents Gabe Kearney and Mike Healy, along with Healy's running mate Kathy Miller, each raised significantly more than the other three candidates — incumbent Tiffany Renee and challengers Alicia Kae Herries and Jason Davies — from Oct. 1 through Oct. 20. The reports were made public Monday.

The six candidates are running for three council seats on the Nov. 6 ballot.

In total contributions, Miller leads all candidates with $16,459, followed by Healy, $15,439; Herries, $15,034; Kearney, $9,950; Davies, $9,485; and Renee $8,838.

In the most recent reporting period, Healy received $8,305, compared with Miller's $7,747 and Kearney's $5,560. Davies brought in $3,155 and Renee $1,300.

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