St. John's Mayor Danny Breen spent just under $60,000 in his bid for the top spot on city council, according to the campaign contributions and expenses released by the city Friday.
Under the Municipal Elections Act and St. John's election financing bylaws, candidates must submit their total campaign contributions, itemizing any donation over $250, within 90 days of the election.
Breen spent $59,666 on his campaign for mayor in September's election, with top expenditures being radio advertisements, Canada Post fees and polling.
Breen was able to offset those expenses with $55,500 worth of campaign contributions.
Former St. John's mayor Andy Wells spent $35,276 on the campaign to get his job back, with printing and distribution and production and placement being his biggest expenses.
Wells reported that his campaign took in a total of $46,470 in campaign contributions.
Renee Sharpe's mayoral campaign contributions totalled $8,245.45, but her expenses were not listed in the disclosure statements released Friday.
Although some candidates release their expenditures, they're not required to, and must only declare they did not exceed spending limits set by St. John's election bylaws.
The full list of all candidates' campaign contributions and any submitted expenses can be found on the City of St. John's website.