The Wake Schools Community Alliance apparently has a lot of money that can be spent in the final month before the school board election.
According to the WSCA's latest report, the group has raised $18,741 and still had $14,046 on hand as of Sept. 1.
Among the WSCA's latest contributors are Wake County Commissioner Tony Gurley, Apex Mayor Keith Weatherly, Holly Springs Town Councilman Vincent DeBenedetto and Morrisville Town Councilman Tom Murry.
District 7 school board candidate Deborah Prickett, who got $500 from the group, gave the WSCA $295.
At least two members of WSCA's steering committee, Joe Ciulla and Kristen Stocking, also gave money to the PAC.
Click here to read the WSCA's latest report.
The group did meet the Sept. 1 deadline to file. But according to the Wake County Board of Elections, the WSCA mistakenly filed the report initially with the state Board of Elections.
There was controversy over the lack of a previous report. The WSCA was one of the groups that received a certificate of delinquent reporting for not having filed a mid-year report by July 31.
Take Wake Schools Back has not filed a report with the state Board of Elections since July 31.
As noted earlier today, the Children's PAC is shutting down.