Three of the five delinquent candidates in the April 16 municipal elections in Compton have heeded a warning to file their state-required campaign finance reports or be subject to fines of $10 a day.
The three who filed are Omar Bradley, who is a candidate in the June 4 runoff in Council District 1; and Stephen Randle and Walter Goodin, unsuccessful City Council candidates.
Newly elected Mayor Walter R. Tucker III has yet to file his report. Also in the not-yet-filed category is Basil Kimbrew, an unsuccessful council candidate.
The reports, which make campaign contributions and expenditures public, were due two weeks before the election.