Incumbent Michael Gregory defeated opponents David Anderon and Carol Libbrecht (a write-in candidate) in the race for the District 1 San Leandro City Council seat, and raised the most money during the last reporting period from October 17 to December 31, 2010. Most of Gregory's $3,248 came from a $2,400 personal loan to his campaign. Anderson filed his final financial report on February 4, 2011. Libbrecht was not required to file financial disclosures because she neither raised nor spent more than $1,000.
Gregory raised a total of $13,552 during the campaign while Anderson raised $6,013.
Semi-annual campaign statements for active campaign accounts were due February 1, 2011 and are summarized below.
Gregory reported $734 on hand at the end of the reporting period with no outstanding debt. Gregory's contributions included
$250 from Alameda County Industries owner Robert Molinaro
$150 from Simon and Company, the City of San Leandro's lobbyist in Washington, DC
Gregory's expenses included:
$2,330 to Alliance Campaign Strategies for campaign consulting, campaign literature, and office expenses
$500 to Californians Vote Green for a slate mailer
Anderson's campaign account was empty at the end of the reporting period with $4,933 in debt. His sole contribution was a personal loan of $364.
Anderson's expenses included:
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