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June 27, 2013

Gabriel top spender in primary



Lombardo, who failed to win a nomination for a four–year term, reported expenses and contributions of $400. He also received $810.15 of in-kind contributions from Fulkerson during the previous reporting period.

Anthony Adamo, who won Democratic nominations for both the four- and two-year terms on council, had yet to file a report as of yesterday afternoon, according to the county elections office.

The penalty for filing a late report is $20 per day for the first six days, $10 a day for every day thereafter, up to a  total of $250.

District Attorney Joshua Lamancusa, who won both party nominations, reported expenses of $5,315.49 and contributions of $5,680. The contributions included $1,980 of his money.


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