Four of the seven candidates running for three open seats on the La Cañada Flintridge City Council have raised a total of more than $60,000 in campaign contributions heading into Election Day.
With fewer than 15,000 registered voters to sway, that’s more than $4 per potential ballot cast.
The largest campaign war chests of the race belong to Planning Commissioner Michael Davitt and incumbent Councilwoman Laura Olhasso.
Davitt leads the pack with $21,583 in political contributions as of Feb. 22, according to a round of campaign finance disclosure statements filed last week.
Olhasso, who has also tapped a wide range of supporters, isn’t far behind. She’s raised $19,681.
Mayor Don Voss has found $14,213 in contributions for his reelection bid and has also made himself a $5,000 loan.
Local businessman Charlie Kamar has $7,986 in campaign funds.