The Wake Schools Community Alliance has continued to raise more money for the runoff.
In this campaign report received today, the WSCA reported having raised $36,919.44 as of Oct. 19. The group had spent most of the money, leaving $2,650.54 available.
The biggest new donor was conservative businessman Robert Luddy, who gave $4,000. School board member Ron Margiotta gave $1,650.
County Commissioner Tony Gurley gave another $1,000 to increase his total contribution to $2,000.
Other donors include former Raleigh City Councilman Kieran Shanahan and Civitias Institute executive director Francis DeLuca. The WSCA also received a number of donations from Indian-Americans.
The WSCa reported giving Deborah Prickett's campaign another $2.000 to bring up the total to $2,500. John Tedesco's campaign got another $2,250 to bring up the total to $4,950.
The WSCA is still facing the campaign election complaint filed by political consultant Perry Woods over whether it exceeded limits for supporting individual school board candidates.
Changed wording from violation to complaint.