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Shadid loaned campaign $371,000

by William Crum Published: March 27, 2014
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Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid said in campaign finance reports dated Thursday that he loaned $371,000 to his unsuccessful campaign for mayor.

Shadid finished second in the March 4 election, taking 32.8 percent of the vote. Mayor Mick Cornett cruised to a fourth term with 65.7 percent.

Shadid reported raising $476,255.19 and spending $465,565.22 through March 17, the close of the latest reporting period. Shadid finished the reporting period with $10,689.97.

Cornett reported earlier this week that he raised $779,417.02 for his campaign and finished with $50,236.93 in the bank.

Campaigns upload reports to an Oklahoma Ethics Commission website, where they are available to the public. The next reports, if any, are due May 12.

by William Crum
Reporter
OU and Norman High School graduate, formerly worked as a reporter and editor for the Associated Press, the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, and the Norman Transcript. Married, two children, lives in Norman.
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