Due to our Tuesday press date, we are unable to announce the winners of the Boise City Council Election. However, we can announce the winners of the money race--and where that money is coming from. As of the most current info available on Election Day, the clear winner is seat 4 candidate Jim Tibbs, who raised just under $28,000. Since our last issue, his major contributions have included $1,000 from the Boise Firefighers PAC and the Idaho Association of Realtors, as well as $500 from Micron Technology. Tibbs' opponent, Jerome Mapp, ended up with just over $9,400, thanks to a late swell of support mostly from private citizens and a handful of developers like Hubble Homes and Brighton Corporation. Maryanne Jordan coasted to a cool $14,000 by Election Day, thanks to numerous small donations and a beefy $1K each from the Boise Firefighters PAC, Boise Chamber of Commerce PAC and infill specialists Samas Development. Her opponent Brandi Swindell raised $11,695, just under $1K for each apostle, thanks to a late $1,000 from a Pennsylvania-based Pro-Life PAC. Vern Bisterfeldt added only $300 to the amount of $15,500 he announced last week, meaning his most entertaining contribution is still the MSG-drenched $1,000 he received from Golden Star Chinese Restaurant on Orchard. And then there's Mark Seeley, Boise's Eighteen-Dollar-and-Forty-Three-Cent Man. We can't wait to see who wins. And since you're reading this, you know who won. Let us in on it, won't you?