AMANDA EDWARDS POSTS STRONG FUNDRAISING NUMBERS IN HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL RACE
HOUSTON, TX – The Amanda Edwards campaign announced today that, as of June 30th, it raised nearly $166,000 in the race for Houston City Council, At-Large Position #4.
“I am incredibly grateful for the generosity so many have shown in supporting my campaign," Edwards said. "Houston faces key challenges and opportunities, and I am running for City Council to be part of long-term solutions that move all our city forward. Folks across the city are buying into our vision for Houston. The early investment these contributors have made in our campaign will help us get our message out to city voters."
Amanda Edwards will report $165,958 raised during the period ending June 30, 2015. This total does not include over $15,000 in personal expenditures Edwards has made toward the campaign. Her official report was filed with the City Secretary today.
“I am especially thankful for the large number of early contributors to the campaign, many of whom are smaller dollar givers,” Edwards added. "This grassroots support from hundreds of everyday folks is crucial to our success on November 3rd."
Amanda Edwards is running for Houston City Council, At-Large Position #4, a citywide open seat currently held by C.O. "Brad" Bradford, who is term limited and cannot run again. Amanda is a native Houstonian and a graduate of Eisenhower High School in Aldine ISD, Emory University and Harvard Law School. She currently practices municipal finance law with Bracewell & Giuliani LLP in Houston. Amanda also has extensive experience doing community building and non-profit work. For more information, please visit www.edwardsforhouston.com.