With a week to go before the election, more than $150,000 has been spent on the race for Hamburg supervisor.
Dennis Gaughan has raised $78,259 and spent $94,850, according to state campaign finance filings.
His opponent, James M. Shaw, has spent $59,962 and raised $61,960.
Gaughan has contributed $49,200 to his own campaign, and his wife, Mary Rose, has contributed $11,000.
Shaw has contributed $13,000, while his wife has added $2,000 to her husband's campaign.
The two, both attorneys, faced each other in the Democratic primary in September, which Shaw won. Shaw also has the Working Families and Women's Equality lines. Gaughan will appear on the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Reform lines.
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