PoMo municipal by-election financial reporting

PoMo municipal by-election financial reporting

Elections BC has released information provided by candidates for the recent by-election in Port Moody on Sept. 30, 2017.

2017 Port Moody By-election

Scanned disclosure statements

Significant campaign contribution data

Some candidates received donations only from individuals, while others received individual and corporate and other (e.g., union) donations. The cost per vote varied dramatically. See TCN article link below.

The chart provided at the link below (Excel format) is modified from Elections BC, with filters (down arrows on column titles) available to see specific information more clearly, such as by candidate, by type of donor, etc.
2017-09-30-councillor by-election-donations per Elections BC-1

Related, Tri-City News: PoMo candidates spent big, not necessarily to win
Mario Bartel, January 4, 2017

Related, on this site:
Port Moody Council By-election results

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