Lansing mayor Virg Bernero, who isn't up for re-election until 2017, took in $41,300 in contributions in the first half of 2014.
A report submitted to the Ingham County clerk by the "Virg Bernero for Lansing" campaign committee for the period 11/26/2013-7/20/2014 shows total contributions of $41,300 and expenditures totaling $27,178.35. The ending balance on the report is $55,773.83. However, when I add up the expenditures I get $32,820.23, so that ending balance may not be quite that much. I've prepared my own presentation of the contribution and expenditure records from the report:
(Note: A corrected report was submitted 9/4/2014 with expenditure total $32,820.23. The new ending balance is $50,131.95. You're welcome, Virg.)
The last page of the report claims that all the contributions came from a single "SOC Breakfast" fundraiser held at the Radisson Hotel on January 26, 2014. 75 individuals attended, making 111 contributions.
If you are wondering how $32,820.23 was spent by the campaign 3 years before the election, here is a summary:
Reports to the IRS for the mayor's 527 account, the "City Administrative Fund", have also been submitted for the first half of 2014. $11,300 in contributions was received and $5,247 was spent, mostly on food. The ending balance in that account is $48,743. Read all about it here.