Woods took a contribution from state Board of Education chairman Jason Downey, the Georgia Chamber’s political affairs council and a contractors’ group, with three contributions coming from outside Georgia.
Woods still had $37,000 on hand, the bulk of his spending in this past cycle going to Facebook for advertising.
Searcy had spent most of her money, with just over $13,000 still in the bank. Her biggest expenses this cycle were two transactions in May totaling $25,000 for radio airtime and production costs. She also spent on robocalls and text messages.