Potential District 6 City Council Candidate Randy Sanders Raises Over $11,000 in Campaign Contributions
A potential candidate for the Lubbock City Council has announced his campaign contributions so far.
Randy Sanders, who plans to run for the District 6 Lubbock City Council seat has raised over $11,000 since mid-March.
The Northwest Lubbock district has been represented by Jim Gilbreath since 2003, and he plans to step down at the end of his current term.
Sanders elaborated on his supporters, saying “The people who have contributed to my campaign know that I have no agenda except to provide our community with good government.”
Sanders’ semi-annual campaign financial report was filed with the Lubbock City Secretary last Friday.