A couple of privately financed City Council candidates in District 2 spent the final days before Santa Fe’s municipal election — and portions of their modest campaign war chests — battering opponents with attack ads, including one that claims women elected to office “are more honorable and ethical” than men.
Meanwhile, a final pre-election round of required campaign finance reports filed with the City Clerk’s Office reflected an additional $7,745 in spending by the independent expenditure nonprofit Working America in support of mayoral candidate Javier Gonzales. The money was spent to bring paid canvassers from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, including the cost of rental vans and gasoline.
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