Last week's election together with early voting cost city of Chattanooga residents $128,362.50, election officials said Wednesday.
The expense is not over as there will be a District 4 runoff election on April 9.
Cost for the Collegedale election in which three incumbents were running for three seats was $2,865.14. That includes $1,200 to the Chattanooga Times Free Press for legal notices, $1,165.14 for ballots and $500 for an audit.
Chattanooga costs included $3,297.76 to the Chattanooga Times Free Press for legal notices, $16,310.
40 for ballots and $6,965.75 for an audit.
Other city costs were $44,510 for election day pollworkers, $2,650 for rental of an early voting site at Northgate Mall, $243.86 for postage, $40,658.29 for election office employee overtime and other expenses, $181 for a van rental, $7,507.17 for mileage for election office employees, $75 for utilities at an early voting site and $31,643.74 for the Elder Mountain deannexation vote.