October 7, 2010

Gregory Leads Fundraising in DIstrict 1 City Council Race

Councilmember Michael Gregory outraised challenger David Anderson $6,674 to $605 in the race for the District 1 San Leandro City Council seat during the most recent reporting period.

Future financial statements are due on October 21, 2010 and January 31, 2011. The election will be held on November 2, 2010.

Semi-annual campaign statements for active campaign accounts were due October 5, 2010, and are summarized below.

Michael Gregory, Incumbent

Gregory reported $7,059 on hand at the end of the reporting period. Gregory's contributions included $1,500 from The Sentinels, $1,000 from the California Apartment Association Political Action Committee, $500 each from the Change Income Property Partnership, Creekside Associates, and Donna Reed (wife of Planning Commissioner Dale Reed), $300 from the Alameda County Firefighters Association, $250 each from Board of Zoning Adjustments member Philip Daly and Eden Realty, and $200 from car dealership owner Anthony Batarse.

Gregory reported no expenses except for a filing fee.

Gregory's Campaign Statement for July 1 to September 30, 2010.

David Anderson, former member of the Oakland School Board

Anderson had $2,338 at the end of the reporting period. The campaign received contributions of $100 each from Mary Anderson, Mildred Gardner, and Gloria Ricardo. Although most financial statements don't include contributions smaller than $100, Anderson listed contributions of $20 from former San Leandro City Councilmember Surlene Grant and current San Leandro City Councilmember Joyce Starosciak. Anderson also loaned his campaign an additional $1,733.66.

Anderson's expenses included $631 to Oakland Print and Copy Center for campaign literature, $350 to unlisted recipients for food for a fundraiser, and $304 to the US Post Office for postage.

Anderson's Campaign Statement for July 1 to September 30, 2010.

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