February 2, 2011

Final District 5 City Council 2010 Campaign Reports

Pauline Cutter may have won the race for the District 5 San Leandro City Council seat, but her opponent, Corina Lopez, raised the most money during the last reporting period from October 17 to December 31, 2010. Nearly all of Lopez' $10,506 in contributions were from $10,382 she loaned to her campaign. Cutter raised $1,691.

Cutter raised a total of $19,576 during the campaign while Lopez raised $32,567, including personal loans to her campaign totaling $23,503. Cutter won the race with 53.14% of the vote to Lopez' 45.79%.

Semi-annual campaign statements for active campaign accounts were due February 1, 2011, and are summarized below.

Pauline Cutter

Cutter reported $1,221 on hand at the end of the reporting period with no outstanding debt. Cutter's contributions included:

  • $500 from Steamfitters Local 342
  • $100 from Bal Theatre owner Dan Dillman
  • $100 from former San Leandro School Board Trustee Janet Plankenhorn
  • $99 from San Leandro City Councilmember Michael Gregory

Cutter's expenses included:

Cutter's Campaign Statement for October 17 to December 31, 2010.



Corina Lopez

Lopez had $161 at the end of the reporting period with $23,503 in debt. The only significant contribution was a personal loan of $10,382.

Lopez's expenses included:

Lopez's Campaign Statement for October 17 to December 31, 2010.

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