October 22, 2010

Cutter Leads Latest Fundraising Round but Lopez' Loans Even it Up

San Leandro District 5 City Council candidate Pauline Cutter raised $2,835 during the most most recent reporting period of October 1 to October 16, 2010. Her opponent, Corina Lopez, raised $1,644, but also loaned her campaign $3,500, bringing the total loaned to her campaign to $13,121.

Both candidates are seeking the seat held by Bill Stephens since 2002. Term limits limit the Mayor and members of the City Council to two consecutive terms.

With 11 days until the election, Cutter has $3,230 in her campaign account, compared to Lopez' $1,450.

Overall, Cutter has raised $21,617 and Lopez has raised $9,827, not including the $13,121 she has loaned to her campaign.

Future financial statements are due on January 31, 2011. Between now and the election, any contributions or expenses of more than $1,000 must be reported within 24 hours. The election will be held on November 2, 2010.

Semi-annual campaign statements for active campaign accounts were due October 21, 2010, and are summarized below.

Pauline Cutter, San Leandro School Board Trustee

Cutter reported $3,230 on hand at the end of the reporting period with no outstanding debt. Cutter's contributions included:

Cutter's expenses included $3,865 to Autumn Press for campaign literature and $2,806 to Handled With Care Mailing Service for postage and mailing services.

Cutter's Campaign Statement for October 1 to October 16, 2010.

Corina Lopez, Human Services Commissioner

Lopez had $1,450 at the end of the reporting period with $13,121 in debt. The campaign received the following contributions:

  • $500 from Bulmaro Lopez, a truck driver in Soledad
  • $250 from car dealership owner Anthony Batarse
  • $100 from lobbyist and former California Assembly Member Johan Klehs

Lopez's expenses included $2,500 to Alliance Campaign Strategies for campaign consulting, $1,940 to Autumn Press for her walking piece, and $305 to EM Two Technologies for automated phone calls.

Lopez's Campaign Statement for October 1 to October 16, 2010.

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