With just over a week until voters narrow the field from 12 mayoral candidates to two, campaigns are in the final push to spend the money they have raised.
Candidates reported their financial figures for the last time prior to the Sept. 24 primary election. And, they said they can now focus on saturating television stations and websites with ads, stuffing mailboxes, and attending every barbecue and festival.
State Representative Martin J. Walsh out-raised opponents during the first half of September, bringing in $209,432, his campaign told the Globe.
The official deadline to report figures to the state was midnight Sunday. Seven of eight campaigns interviewed by the Globe provided financial information. A spokesman for the Michael P. Ross campaign declined to provide fund-raising numbers Sunday. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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