CORAL SPRINGS, FL – In the 2020 Coral Springs City Commission election races, more than $114,000 has been contributing so far to the candidates.

That’s based on the latest campaign reports from Coral Springs City Clerk’s office for the race for Coral Springs mayor and for the races for the two City Commission seats.

- For the Mayor’s Seat, Mayor Scott Brook won re-elected last month after no one challenged him.

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Based on the latest Coral Springs treasurer’s report, Brook has received a total of $25,608.70 (including $1,500 in the latest campaign report) and spent a total of $9,716.80 (including $1,327 in the latest report).

- For Commission Seat #3, six candidates have qualified to run for the seat held by Commissioner Larry Vignola, who is term-limited and can’t seek re-election.

They are Randal Cutter, Noor Fawzy, Andrew Kasten, Nancy Metayer, Jose “Joe” Morera, and Abel Pena.

Based on the latest Coral Springs treasurer’s report:

- Cutter has received a total of $15,570 (including $2,220 in the latest report) and spent a total of $1,233.77 (including $49.60 in the latest report).

- Fawzy has received a total of $20,014 (including $2,370 in the latest report) and spent a total of $3,623.56 (including $161.55 in the latest report).

- Kasten has received a total of $10,301 (including $1,250 in the latest report) and spent a total of $2,132.05 (including no spending in the latest report).

- Metayer has received a total of $17,914.88 (including $4,931.40 in the latest report) and spent a total of $1,784.14 (including $29.46 in the latest report).

- Morera has received a total of $13,595.59 (including $200 in the latest report) and spent a total of $2,671.97 (including $1,000 in the latest report).

Pena entered the race late and his first campaign report has not been posted yet.

- For Commission Seat #5, two candidates have qualified to run for the seat held by incumbent Vice Mayor Joy Carter.

They are Carter and Cathy Remy.

Based on the latest Coral Springs treasurer’s report:

- Carter has received a total of $11,910 (including no contributions in the latest report) and spent a total of $985.01 (including no spending in the latest report).

Remy entered the race late and her first campaign report has not been posted yet.

 

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