District 5 City Council candidate and San Leandro School Board member Pauline Cutter led all San Leandro City Council candidates by raising $4,712 during the first half of 2010. One of her opponents, Corina Lopez, raised $3,067 during the same period, but it came in the form of a loan from Lopez to her own campaign. Ted Kai did not file a financial statement. District 1 City Council incumbent Michael Gregory didn't raise any money during the first half of 2010, while his opponent David Anderson raised $1,319, all but $100 of which was a loan to his own campaign. District 3 incumbent Diana Souza doesn't have an opponent and doesn't have an active campaign committee.
Cutter had $6,469 in her account at the end of the reporting period. Significant contributions included $500 each from Evelyn Gonzalez, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 595, Operating Engineers Local 3, and Sheet Metal Workers Local 104. Former California State Assemblyman John Dutra contributed $250, and former opponent Peggy Combs contributed $100.
Cutter's expenses included $440 to the Postmaster for postage, $345 to In & Out Printing for office expenses, and $306 to Ken Pon for services.
Lopez reported $242 in her campaign account as of June 30, 2010. Her sole contribution came from a $3,067 loan she made to her campaign.
Lopez' expenses included $2,091 to Community Outreach Associates for email services, $431 to Van Austin Creative for graphics and web site development, and $150 to Jerry Hamilton Photography for photography services.
In the District 1 race, Gregory had $1,613 in his account despite raising no money in the first half of 2010. He had no expenses and $7,223 in outstanding debt.
Former Oakland School Board member Anderson had $1,319 in his campaign account. Anderson received a $100 contribution from Sal Diaz and a $1,219 loan to his own account. Anderson did report any campaign expenses.
Other officials and former candidates with campaign accounts that are still
active are summarized below:
Councilmember Bill Stephens, who will be termed out this year, continued to deplete his campaign account. Stephens had $1,169 in his campaign account after contributing $200 to the San Leandro Boys and Girls Club, $160 to the San Leandro High School Boosters, and $150 to the Martin C. Kaufmann 100 Club of Alameda County.
District 2 Councilmember Ursula Reed had no expenses and raised no money during the first half of 2010 and ended the reporting period with no campaign debt and an empty campaign account.
Former District 2 City Council candidate Linda Perry had no expenses and raised no money during the first half of 2010. Perry ended the reporting period with $1,542 in her campaign account and $11,250 in campaign debt.
District 6 City Councilmember Jim Prola contributed $200 to the Alameda Labor Coundil in the first half of 2010. Prola raised no money and reported $4,168 in his campaign account and $4,000 in outstanding debt.
Former District 6 City Council candidate Estelle Clemons reported $84.82 in her campaign account with $1,900 in debt. Clemons didn't raise any during the first half of 2010.
Former Mayor Shelia Young, who was recently elected to the Alameda County Central Democratic Committee and is running for Oro Loma Sanitary District, did not raise any money in the first half of 2010. Young contributed $100 to Wilma Chan's campaign and $100 to the San Leandro Players. As of June 30, 2010, Young had $7,778 in her campaign account and no campaign debt.Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at August 5, 2010 12:31 AM | TrackBack