The money is flowing in the Lansing City Council races. Reports covering up through Oct. 18 were filed with the Ingham County Clerk. Here's what the candidates are reporting:
In the At-Large Council Race:
Patricia Spitzley raised $14,200, and has $9,864.70 cash on hand.
Carol Wood raised $6,240, and has $2,004.38 cash on hand.
Emily Dievendorf raised $3,713.48, and has $1,841.09 cash on hand.
Harold Leeman did not raise any cash and $143.73 cash on hand.
In the First Ward Race:
Incumbent Jody Washington reported raising $13,125, and a cash on hand balance of $10,678.19.
Shelley Davis Mielock reported raising $20,340, and a cash on hand balance of $11,462.46.
In the Third Ward Race:
Incumbent A'Lynne Boles reported raising $10,640 and $2,864.23 cash on hand.
Adam Hussain reported raising $7,512.04 and having $5,219.25 cash on hand.
For those keeping count, that's $75,770.52 raised, and $39,311.06 spent in the bid to fill four seats on city council.
Campaign finance reports covering the period through Oct. 18 were due on Friday at 4 pm. All but one Lansing City Council candidate met the deadline -- Spitzley, candidate for an at-large seat, filed her report late. For everyday a report is late, the campaign committee is fined $25.
View the reports free online at the Ingham County Clerk's website.