November election looms

City Council, School Board candidates up the ante

Mercer Island’s four contested City Council and School Board candidates have significantly increased their campaign funding in the past month.

As of Sept. 25, Ira Appelman, running for City Council Position 2, has raised $12,198 and spent $4,614 on his campaign. His political opponent, Dan Grausz, has earned $5,822 and spent $2,220, according to the Public Disclosure Commission.

As for School Board candidates, Dave Myerson, running for Po. 2, was reported with $1,485 in campaign funds. He has spent $1,050. Competitor Terry Caditz has earned $2,713 and spent $1,015.

The Reporter will be interviewing all four candidates for its Oct. 14 issue, the same day that ballots are being sent out for the Nov. 3 election.

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