Austin, who is seeking a second term, reported receiving $21,986 between April 1 and June 30 and $72,328 to date, stated reports filed with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission.
He spent $27,568 in the second quarter and $34,139 to date, leaving Austin $38,188 on hand on June 30.
He reported 56 contributors of $100 or more during the period.
Top contributors included Nadine Holcomb of Dallas, $2,000; W. Barrett Howell II of Atlanta, $1,500; James and Heather Alterbelli of Atlanta, $1,500 each; and Cecil Lawrence of Dallas, Christopher Cochran of Powder Springs, and Croy Engineering Co. of Marietta, $1,000 each.
Austin’s Republican challenger, contractor and former county employee Tony Crowe, reported receiving $14,095 during the period and $19,095 to date.
He spent $11,051 during the period and $11,151 to date, leaving him $7,943 on hand on June 30.
He reported 17 contributors of $100 or more.
Top contributors Crowe reported included Jennifer Anivitarte of Dallas and Eric Craton of Dallas, $1,000 each; and loans of $2,707 from Crowe and $1,000 from Cynthia Crowe to his campaign.
No Democratic candidates qualified for the seat, making the Republican nominee July 31 the de facto winner.