Campaign contributions for 2020 Regina election released

Regina’s new mayor went basically to the limit when it comes to campaign contributions.

Numbers released by the city show that those running for mayor could have a limit of $68,776 dollars with Sandra Masters having a number of $68,920 with Masters raising $67,900 of that.

Former mayor Michael Fougere was also close to the limit as he had a total of $64,047 with Fougere raising $63,574.

Amongst Masters’ benefactors were local entrepreneur Jennifer Denouden who donated over $11,000 dollars and businessman Bruce Axelson who donated $8,000.

When it comes to counciloors, the most expensive campaign belonged to new Ward 10 councillor Landon Mohl who spent just over $11,250 dollars with the limit being $11,393 dollars

Each contributor of $500 or more for those running for mayor and $200 or more for those seeking a council spot had to be disclosed

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