Cary News

November 16, 2015 10:29 AM

Cary Council runoff campaign generates big spending

Candidates Ken George and Maria Cervania spent a combined total of about $44,500 during their bids for Cary’s District D seat

Former District D councilwoman Gale Adcock contributed to Cervania’s campaign

District B councilman Don Frantz reported receiving more than $16,000 in contributions

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