With just over a week until voters narrow the Boston mayoral field from 12 candidates to two, campaigns are in the final push to spend the money they have raised.
Candidates reported their financial figures for the last time prior to the Sept. 24 preliminary election.
State Representative Martin J. Walsh outraised opponents during the first half of September, bringing in $209,432, his campaign said.
His campaign has spent much of the $1.3 million raised since April, when he started his mayoral run, and is left with $267,774 eight days away from the primary.
“We’re just running the campaign that we have always been running, concentrated on our ground game, on our field,” said Joyce Linehan, a Walsh spokeswoman.
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