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Trenk outraises, outspends opponents in runoff election


May 07, 2009

Adam Trenk, a 2L at the College of Law and candidate in a runoff election to be held May 19 for two Cave Creek Town Council seats, has raised and spent more campaign contributions than his opponents, according to azcentral.com.

Between Feb. 19 and March 30, Trenk raised $11,885 and spent $4,118, and has taken in a total of $17,381 in campaign contributions, including $2,200 of his own funds.

Trenk's opponents are Jim Bruce and Thomas McGuire.

According to an article by Beth Duckett, a reporter for The Arizona Republic, Trenk said that he hadn't expected to "garner so much money." Although McGuire thought Trenk had "yet to demonstrate the service and commitment that the citizens of Cave Creek need and deserve," Trenk said he didn't "think they (contributors) would commit to that kind of money if they weren't confident" of his abilities.

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