The candidates for Colorado House District 59 and Senate District 6 filed another round of financial disclosures Monday.
Democrat and incumbent Barbara McLachlan reported that from May 17 to May 30 she raised $2,150, all of which was from private donors with the exception of $1,000 from Colorado Conservation Action Fund and $100 from Colorado Physical Therapy PAC.
In that same time frame, McLachlan spent $20 on a processing fee.
McLachlan has spent around $8,100 on her campaign since the beginning of the year. She has $27,271 on hand.
Challenger Paul Jones, an independent, raised $25 in the reporting period. Previously, he had $7,372 on hand. He spent $4,000 this reporting period on consultant and professional services.
Jones has $3,339 on hand.
For state Senate District 6, incumbent Don Coram, a Republican, raised no money from May 17 to May 30. He spent $35 on bank and travel fees.
Coram has spent $8,000 on his campaign since the beginning of the year. He has $90 on hand.
Democratic challenger Guinn Unger raised $1,014, all from private donors. He spent $176.
The next financial filing deadline is June 18.