The new report filed today by Hill shows he had raised $15,245 as of Aug. 30 with $12,123.69 at hand. Mansfield's new report has her with $3,582.19 raised as of Aug. 30 with $1,826.86 on hand.
Well out in front financially is Losurdo, who's raised $30,529.55 as of Aug. 30 with $11,801.85 on hand.
None of the contributions in Hill's new report were more than $500. Some of the familiar names among the donors this time include former school board member Tom Oxholm, former Raleigh Mayor Smedes York, Anne Cooper, Colethia Evans, Amy Lee, Adrienne Lumpkin, Lettice Rhodes, Gerda Stein and Amy Womble.
Mansfield's biggest contributor is her husband and campaign manager, Shane O'Donnell, who has provided $1,551. Another donor is Barbara Walters, who like Mansfield is on the school board's economically disadvantaged student performance task force and has been a major critic of the old math placement policy.