His Solutions NOW raised more than he spent during the last six months, but he only received $540 in contributions.
Snow had $4,376 at the beginning of the new year.
Snow has not decided whether to run for a two- or four-year term.
Paul Troy has filed for both possibilities, too. Troy applied for a school board vacancy when Jim Carlin resigned.
He was appointed to the Board’s Financial Advisory Committee, but did not attend his first meeting.
Both Snow and Troy are from Lake in the Hills.