Although she has no challenger in the District 3 Supervisor race, Supervisor Mary Nejedly Piepho showed she has $27,668 in contributions while having $34,527 in the bank.
This seems a bit low to me, but without a challenger, it doesn’t appear much fundraising is needed unless someone jumps in late—which might be a mistake as its late in the game but yet not out of the question.
If the Supervisor wishes to keep her seat, I would urge the Supervisor to get some additional “in case something happens” cash on hand in case there is a last minute surprise and a competitor announces based on the new boundaries. This is extremely low and might just encourage someone who sees these numbers to jump in the race.
To put this in perspective compared to other Supervisor races, Tomi Van De Brooke (District 2 candidate) raised $36,000 with $29,766 in the bank. Meanwhile, Supervisor Federal Glover (District 5) raised just $8,355 but does have $36,622 in the bank.
In the Supervisor race, if a candidate receives 50 percent plus one vote, they win the seat outright in June. If not, the top two finishers will advance to a runoff in the November general election.