Election 2021: Littleton council candidates report new round of fundraising

Kafer, running for at-large post, tops candidates in 2nd-round fundraising

Candidates for Littleton City Council who led the pack in first-round fundraising reports have since reported lesser amounts in their second finance filings. Candidates had between Sept. 17 and Oct. 7 to report new donations and expenditures.
Krista Kafer, candidate for an at-large seat, topped the pack in second-round fundraising with $9,615.22. Her opponent, Gretchen Rydin, who had outraised Kafer last period, reported $7,293.49, less than her initial contribution amount of $8,601.00. 
Outside the at-large race, the race for mayor saw Kyle Schlachter bring in nearly half the amount he reported last period with $5,700. Schlachter still has the most money on hand of all nine candidates. Mayoral candidate Carol Fey, a council incumbent, reported raising $624, which is $1,026 less than she raised last period. Candidate Jon Buck, who reported raising just $225 last period, boosted his donations to $1,040 in the second round. 
Candice Ferguson, who is challenging incumbent Patrick Driscoll for his District 1 seat, outraised Driscoll last reporting period. But according to this round's filings, Driscoll brought in $1,160 more than Ferguson with $2,780 raised. Ferguson reported $1,118.00, a slight decrease from her total donation amount of $1,340 last period. 
Stephen Barr, candidate for District 3, reported $4,102.71 this period, slightly less than his donation amount of $4,506 last round. His opponent, Paul Bingham, is running a self-funded campaign and reported no financial contributions. 
Candidates still continued to receive donations from notable community members and organizations. 
Buck, a mayoral candidate running against an incumbent, Fey, and a candidate who previously served on council as an at-large member, Schlachter, received a donation from current Littleton Mayor Jerry Valdes. 
Ferguson received a donation from Joe Rice, a former state representative from Littleton. 
The Metro Housing Coalition, a political PAC, donated $2,500 to Schlachter and $1,500 to Driscoll, Barr and Kafer. Schlachter also received a donation from the Apartment Association of Metro Denver 
Kafer was the only candidate who continued to report slightly more contributions coming in from residents outside Littleton. 
The complete filings for all candidate finances can be viewed on the City of Littleton's website


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