Three of the four candidates for the Dublin board of education recently filed campaign finance reports with the Franklin County Board of Elections.

Three of the four candidates for the Dublin board of education recently filed campaign finance reports with the Franklin County Board of Elections.

Incumbents Gwen Callender and Stu Harris and challenger Aaron Moore filed reports last week. Ben Piscitelli, spokesman for the board of elections, said incumbent Lynn May filed a waiver because her campaign did not meet the "reporting threshold of raising more than $2,000" or collecting an individual donation of more than $100.

Callender raised $2,615 and spent a total of $1,679 when the report was filed on Oct. 22. According to the report, $630 was spent on yard signs, $769 on post cards and $280 on postage.

Harris raised $1,980 through contributions and an Oct. 14 event. According to the reports, Harris spent $1,500 on yard signs and literature and $105 on food for the Oct. 14 event.

Moore reported raising $320 and spending $780. According to the report filed Oct. 21, he spent $20 on a campaign Web site, $180 on T-shirts, $303 on informational brochures, $47 on car decals, $28 on postcards and $198 on yard signs.

Campaign finance reports filed with the city of Dublin show the four unopposed council incumbents spent nothing on campaigning for this year's election.