Crumbley leads pack in Pasco School Board campaign financing
With a dozen candidates seeking three Pasco School Board seats this summer, money is likely to play a big role in putting names before voters’ eyes.
School Board District 4 candidate Alison Crumbley took a big lead in that race over the past quarter.
In finance reports filed Friday, Crumbley detailed that she had added $17,290 to her campaign coffers — more than the other four hopefuls in her race combined. She added those contributions to her own $10,000 loan to herself to exceed any other candidate running for the board.
Crumbley’s support came from a broad range of local residents and businesspeople, including some well-known names such as former board member Dorothy Mitchell, property appraiser Mike Wells and former assistant superintendent Ray Gadd. To see all the campaign finance reports, including individual contributions, go to the Supervisor of Elections website and click on the name of the candidate you're interested in.