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After a campaign that prioritized racial equity, affordable housing, transportation, and climate change, as well as differences in personality and style, Rhodes-Conway topped Soglin by roughly 62 percent to 38 percent.
A "willingness to listen (and) work with others" vs. an ability to "deliver what Madison needs now."
Rhodes-Conway raised $125,754 and Soglin $77,265 in the latest reporting period, which covers financial activities in a six-week period from Feb. 5 through March 18.
The sums raised by six candidates -- $333,000 combined -- in the last half of 2018 dwarf the amounts seen at this point in time in recent mayoral races.
Soglin says he's been encouraged by many to run, is enthused for a campaign, wants to continue to promote racial equity, economic development and entrepreneurship, and has unfinished business such as the Madison Public Market.
Will I run for the opportunity to serve in public office again? Absolutely. However, I have no time frame in mind. It could be in two years or 20 years. But I have not paused in my commitment to make my community a better place.
The popular comedian Aziz Ansari parachuted into Madison for an unexpected performance at the Comedy Club on State on Sunday night, and it seems he’s not ready to leave.
Soglin, who is also running for governor, announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election in 2019.
That's enough to fill out all the space set aside for what inside the entrepreneurial community would be considered mid-sized companies.