October 8, 2012

Mack-Rose Outraises Opponents in District 2 San Leandro City Council Race

In the 2012 San Leandro City Council races, District 2 challenger Morgan Mack-Rose leads her opponents with $21,112 in contributions, more than three times the $6,700 raised by incumbent Ursula Reed. Dan Dillman was a distant third, raising $1,524.

There are no campaign contribution limits in San Leandro, so individuals and businesses may contribute any amount of money to local campaigns. Donations of $99 or less do not have to be itemized, but candidates are required to report the source of any donation of $100 or more.

Pre-election campaign statements for current City Council candidates were due October 5, 2012, and are summarized below.


Morgan Mack-Rose

In District 2, Mack-Rose reported $10,822 in her campaign account from $21,112 in contributions and a $4,000 personal loan to her campaign.

Significant contributions to Mack-Rose included:

  • $3,000 from Margaret Walker, a retired doctor
  • $2,500 from the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce PAC
  • $2,500 from The Sentinels, a local political group
  • $2,250 from Galvan & Associates
  • $1,000 from Daniel Grace, owner of Dark Star Industries
  • $1,000 from Tim Holmes, owner of Zocalo Coffeehouse
  • $1,000 from Quadric Group
  • $1,000 from Innisfree Ventures, David Irmer's development firm
  • $1,000 from Political Action Committee for Excellence, a local women's political group
  • $1,000 from Cassidy for Mayor 2010
  • $256 from San Leandro School Board trustee Lance James
  • $100 from San Leandro School Board trustee Ron Carey

Mack-Rose's expenses included:

Morgan Mack-Rose's Campaign Statement for July 1 to September 30, 2012


Ursula Reed

Incumbent Reed reported $8,189 in her campaign account from $6,700 in contributions and a $2,405 personal loan to her campaign.

Significant contributions to Reed included:

  • $1,000 from Political Action Committee for Excellence, a local women's political group
  • $1,000 from Vernell Reed
  • $500 from California Real Estate PAC
  • $500 from Teamsters #853 PAC Fund
  • $500 from SEIU Local 1021
  • $500 from Electrical Workers Local #595
  • $400 from former San Leandro City Councilmember Surlene Grant
  • $250 from former San Leandro School Board Trustee Ken Pon

Reed's campaign expenses included:

Ursula Reed's Campaign Statement for July 1 to September 30, 2012


Dan Dillman

Dillman reported $624 in his campaign account from contributions totaling $1,524 and a $1,583 personal loan to his campaign.

Significant contributions to Dillman's campaign included:

  • $1,000 from Cindy Colindres, a software engineer
  • $100 from Pat Vadnais, an advertising manager for the San Leandro Times

Dillman's campaign expenses included $967 to Signs on the Cheap for campaign signs and VictoryStore for campaign sign wires.

Dan Dillman's Campaign Statement for July 1 to September 30, 2012

The election will be held on November 6, 2012, and will be the second time that ranked choice voting is used in San Leandro elections. The last day to register to vote is October 22, 2012.

Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at October 8, 2012 2:49 PM | TrackBack
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