For the second straight month, Democratic candidate Marie Woodson came out on top in the fundraising contest in House District 101.
Woodson, a Democratic candidate for House District 1010, raised more than $9,200 in July. That’s coming off nearly $10,200 earned in June.
She still trails the overall money leader in the race, however. West Park Vice Mayor Brian Johnson raised more than $6,700 in July, bringing his overall total to nearly $55,000.
Woodson, meanwhile, has tallied just under $35,000 overall.
The two are competing for the Democratic nomination against Ashira Mohammed and Jonathan Gilbert Flores.
Mohammed garnered just $1,500 in July contributions. Flores’ numbers were not available as of this posting, but he’s shown $0 in contributions for every month dating back to March.
HD 101 covers portions of Broward County including West Park, Pembroke Park, and Hallandale Beach. Outgoing Rep. Shevrin Jones is term-limited in 2020. He’s currently pursuing the Senate District 35 seat, and has already endorsed Vice Mayor Johnson as his preferred replacement.
Over in House District 104, Broward School Board Member Robin Bartleman once again topped her opponents in fundraising.
Bartleman, a Democrat, earned more than $2,600 in July. Her Democratic opponents, Morey