How much do candidates have to spend to win a seat on the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors?
Finding the answer to that question -- and others about money in Roanoke County politics -- just got a lot easier.
This week, the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access expanded its local elections initiative to a 37th locality. VPAP makes it possible to go online to learn who is donating to candidates for local office.
It's early in the election season. Candidates are still coming forward for the two Roanoke County seats -- Catawba and Cave Spring -- that are on the ballot this year.
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For the record, the two candidates who won contested Roanoke County elections in 2013 spent an average of $15,430.
Feb. 26, 2015
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