Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts will enter the final weeks of the Democratic primary campaign with a financial edge over her main challengers, according to figures released by her campaign Thursday.
The campaign said Roberts has raised over $400,000 since her 2015 election and has $230,000 on hand.
Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles had announced that she has raised $215,000, and state Sen. Joel Ford said he raised $205,000.
City Council member Kenny Smith, the leading Republican candidate, has raised $260,000.
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Candidates aren’t required to file their financial reports until July 28.
Roberts’ announcement comes the day before the close of candidate filing.
The primaries are Sept. 12.