Edmonds Community College Dean of Student Life and Development Nicola Smith has raised $12,131 and spent $10,835, as of July 31, according to the Washington Public Disclosure Commission. Nicola Smith also reports $535 of independent expenditures from the Affordable Housing Council.
Incumbent Mayor Don Gough has raised $8,529 and spent $3,492. City Councilmember Mark Smith has raised $8,725 and spent $5,453. He also shows a debt of $1,616. City Council President Loren Simmonds has raised $6,220 and spent $4,688.
City Council Position No. 3 candidate Douglas Lovitt reports $512 of independent expenditures from the Affordable Housing Council.
The statewide primary election is Aug. 6. The top two vote-getters in each race will advance to the general election on Nov. 5.
Voters in Lynnwood will elect a mayor and three councilmembers.
Primary election voters have until Aug. 6 to get their completed ballots in the mail and postmarked, or dropped into a 24-hour ballot drop box. The closest ballot drop boxes is outside Lynnwood City Hall at 19100 44th Ave. W.