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October 29, 2011 2:18 AM

Lor far ahead of his rivals in campaign contributions

Among the eight city council candidates vying for a seat at Merced City Hall, Mike Murphy and Noah Lor lead the pack for financial contributions. As of the Thursday deadline, Lor outdid the other seven council candidates, collecting $33,822.08 in campaign contributions. Nearly all of his campaign funds, $25,000 worth, was collected in the spring and came from single donations of less than $300 by people living in the Central Valley. The Merced-Mariposa Central Labor Council donated $1,000 during this period.

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