Relying on both fundraising and her own money, Marylou Powers, executive director for South County Services, has the most money in her coffers for the Galt City Council race.
Marylou has raised $1,234 in donations and has loaned herself $1,000.
Mark Crews, a former Galt police officer, has the next-highest amount and is using most of his own funds. He received $100 in donations, and the rest of the $1,972 total is a loan to himself.
Gene Davenport, a longshoreman, has received all his money through donations. He has collected $1,923, mostly from longshoreman.
Mike McCune, who works for the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, is also using mostly his own money. He received $200 in donations and loaned himself $1,325.
After donating $900 of his own money, Ted Anderson, Galt's former city manager, is relying on donations from others. So far, he has collected $1,495.
Tom Malson, a former Galt City Councilman, has $1,250 in his campaign fund, which includes $951 of his own money.
While he is using $500 of his own money, Ryan LaRue, a Lodi police officer, has also received $230 in donations.
Stockton police officer Joe Bitondo and Denise Mulhern, an accounting officer, have not used their own money or raised any.