Dr. Mary Kay Murphy, whose District 3 on the Gwinett County Board of Education includes Duluth Cluster schools, has raised additional funds in her bid for re-election.
In campaign finance filings through June with state officials, Murphy lists cash contributions from former Gwinnett BOC Chairman Wayne Hill ($250), and the re-election campaign of state Sen. Fran Millar ($250).
Murphy, a Peachtree Corners resident, represents District III on the Gwinnett school board. The district includes North Gwinnett, Peachtree Ridge, Duluth and Norcross high schools.
Murphy faces a re-election challenge in November from Democrat Jen Falk of Berkeley Lake, who is running as a Democrat.
Other contributors to Murphy's campaign include Duluth community activist Mary Root ($200), and Brand Mortgage Group LLC ($250).
To date, Murphy lists total contributions of $6,379. This includes contributions of less than $100, which do not have to be disclosed to state officials.
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