August 18, 2011

Former San Leandro Mayor Young Closes Campaign Account

Former Mayor Shelia Young had the most active of the remaining campaign committees. Young, who had changed the name of her committee to "Shelia Young for Mayor 2014" in July 2010, gave away all of the $6,608 in her campaign account in the first half of 2011.

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

Shelia Young

Former San Leandro Mayor Shelia Young terminated her campaign account on June 15, 2011. Before doing so, Young made the following contributions to empty her campaign account:

Young's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011


San Leandro Police Officers Association Political Action Committee

The San Leandro Police Officers Association Political Action Committee (PAC) reported $2,495 in its campaign account. Contributions included $2,106 from the San Leandro Police Officers Association in six $351 monthly payments. The sole expense was $500 to Joyce Starosciak's City Council campaign.

San Leandro Police Officers Association PAC's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011


Michael Gregory

Vice Mayor Gregory reported $375.53 in his campaign account at the end of the reporting period with $19,781.26 in outstanding debt. Gregory raised $99 during the reporting period and repaid $1,000 towards a personal loan he made to his campaign.

Gregory's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011

David Anderson, who was Gregory's opponent for the District 1 City Council seat in the November 2010 election, terminated his committee in July 2011.


Ursula Reed

District 2 Councilmember Reed reported no money in her campaign account, no money raised, nor spent.

Reed's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011


Linda Perry

Former District 2 City Council Candidate Perry reported $1,542.48 in her campaign account and $11,250 in campaign debt. Perry had no expenses or contributions.

Perry's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011


Jim Prola

District 6 City Councilmember Prola reported $3,798.45 in his campaign account and $4,000 in campaign debt from a personal loan to his campaign. Prola had no expenses and contributed $200 to the Alameda Labor Council, likely for the Unionist of the Year Dinner in May.

Prola's Campaign Statement for January 1 to June 30, 2011

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