Pro-fluoride group outpaces foes in fundraising

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Pro-fluoride group outpaces foes in fundraising

Denver-based nonprofit, dentists contribute thousands
Proponents of leaving fluoride in the city’s drinking water supply have significantly outraised opponents leading up to the April 4 election.
Candidate spending

The five candidates running for three Durango City Council seats have run fairly modest campaigns. In most cases, the candidates and other individuals donated to their campaign. Candidates’ campaign filings for March 16 showed the following:
Chris Bettin: $2,100Dean Brookie: $3,292, of this $500 was a personal loan to his campaignTom Eskew: Did not accept donationsDave McHenry: $3,000Melissa Youssef: $6,170, $1,200 in-kind donations for an event

Pro-fluoride group outpaces foes in fundraising

Proponents of leaving fluoride in the city’s drinking water supply have significantly outraised opponents leading up to the April 4 election.
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