Wilson leads superintendent money race

With less than a month before Election Day, Democrat Valarie Wilson has a substantial lead over Republican Richard Woods in the money race to become Georgia’s next school superintendent.

Wilson had more than $67,000 while Woods had about $9,000, according to campaign disclosure reports filed with the state. The reports listed all contributions and spending as of Sept. 30.

At this point in 2010, Democrat Joe Martin had a similar financial lead over Republican John Barge. Barge, though, won the race.

Election Day is Nov. 4.

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