According to a report filed July 15, Margiotta reported having raised $8,985 in his bid to win re-election in District 8. His biggest donor at $4,000 was Dr. James Fulghum III, a member of the John Locke Foundation board of directors and a frequent contributor to Republican causes.
Margiotta's next largest donors were retired CPA Harry Eberly at $1,745 and lobbyist/former state GOP House member Connie Wilson at $500.
Some other donors of note include school board member Deborah Prickett, the campaign committee of state House Majority Leader Paul Stam, Apex Mayor Keith Weatherly and former Wake County Commissioner Gary Pendleton.
Evans' other donors include Gerda Stein and Barbara Garlock, who was one of the plaintiffs in the Open Meetings lawsuit against the school board.
Martin reported raising $11,245.21 as of July 24 in his bid to win the District 5 seat. The Wake County Board of Elections has not yet posted the full report listing the individual donors.
Cynthia Matson reported having $100 as of Monday in her District 5 bid.
Jim Martin's full updated campaign report is now online.
Martin's biggest donors are John and Ann Campbell, who both gave him $4,000 to account for $8,000 of his donations.
The Campbells, who run the Campbell Alliance Group and who are North Raleigh magnet parents and Great Schools in Wake Coalition members, have now given a total of $32,000 in donations to Martin, Kevin Hill, Keith Sutton and Christine Kushner.
The number could increase to $40,000 if they also give money to Susan Evans.
Martin's other donors include Adrienne Lumpkin and Heather Koons, frequent critics of the school board majority.