Republican First Selectman Peter Tesei holds the lead when it comes raising money for Greenwich's elections.
Tesei, who is seeking his fourth-term as the town's chief elected official has raised $45,291 in donations, according to the campaign finance statements filed with the Greenwich Town Clerk's office on Oct. 10.
His Democratic challenger, Beth Krumeich has raised $13,630 for her Beth for First Selectman committee, according to records.
The two incumbent selectmen — Republican David Theis and Democrat Drew Marzullo — have raised $4,061 and $20,889, respectively.
In the race for tax collector, incumbent Republican Tod Laudonia raised $100. In the replay of the 2011 election, his Democratic challenger Rich Novakowski, has raised $2,019.
The Republican Board of Education candidates, Brian Peldunas has raised $600 and Peter Bernstein, $3,800. Republican petition candidate, incumbent Peter Sherr, had not filed a finance statement as of Oct. 10, according to Town Clerk Carmella Budkins.
Endorsed Democratic Board of Education candidate Debbie Appelbaum has raised $5,375. Samarpana Tamm is self-funding her campaign. Democratic petition candidate Laura Erickson has raised $2,920.
Budkins, a Republican incumbent, is unchallenged by the Democrats and is guaranteed re-election to a 12th term as town clerk. She does not have an election campaign committee.