Campaign spending for the November 2011 William Lake municipal election reveals that mayoral candidate Scott Nelson spent the most at $34,399, while two of the people running for council, Geoff Bourdon and Tanessa Fairburn, each spent zero.
All of the candidates had to file the amounts they had expended by Mar. 19, and today the city confirmed the above and following amounts were spent by the candidates.
Kerry Cook, who ran for mayor, spent $11,046. Walt Cobb, who also ran for mayor, expended $9,842.90.
The amounts spent by the others running for council were Surinderpal Rathor, $5,644.24; Richard Vollo, $5,050.18; Laurie Walters, $4,776.76; Peter Bowman, $2,796.76; Michael Bouchard, $2,789.42; Sue Zacharias, $2,147.69; Ivan Bonnell, $1,566.07; Mike Jacobson, $1,636.70; Gordon Keener, $795.65; Danica Hughes, $522.85; and Steve Forseth $343.84. Paul Kandola has not filed yet.
Cook was elected mayor, along with councillors Bourdon, Rathor, Bonnell, Hughes, Walters and Zacharias.