In the Belmont City Council race, candidate Gladwyn D’Souza raised a total of $10,933, including a $10,000 personal loan and spent $3,138.51 to date, according to campaign filing statements for the period of July 1 to Sept. 21. His expenses include campaign literature and photography.
Candidate Charles Stone raised $10,465, including $900 in loans, and spent $5,975.14. He had a beginning cash balance of $5,780.40. His expenses include campaign signs, food and supplies for a campaign event and placement on the Democratic state mailer. He also spent $349.04 on labels for water bottles and $225 to rent a bounce house for a campaign event and $125 for face painting.
Councilman Warren Lieberman raised $2,005 to date, including $1,500 in loans, and spent $1,620.17. His expenses include filing fees, endorsement mailing and campaign literature.
Candidate Eric Reed raised $6,737.15 to date, including $1,150 in loans, and spent $2,073.54. He had a beginning cash balance of $2,399.72. His expenses include campaign literature, signs and filing, Internet ads, bank fees and domain name registration.
Candidate Michael Verdone raised $9,966 to date, including $5,000 in personal loans, and spent $3,739.87. He had a beginning cash balance of $6,966.15. His expenses include yard signs, voter database information, printing and design.
Candidate Kristin Mercer raised $8,691, including $5,000 in loans, and spent $1,652.19. Her expenses include lawn signs, campaign literature and stamps.
In the Burlingame City Council race for three seats, candidate Nirmala Bandrapalli has raised a total of $21,331 and spent $14,631, according to campaign filing statements for the period of July 1 to Sept. 21. The amount includes $14,500 in a loan to herself and contributions include $200 from Councilwoman Terry Nagel and $100 from Cynthia Simms, superintendent of the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District. Her expenses include graphic art and postage.
Vice Mayor Michael Brownrigg raised $8,040 and spent $3,385.11 with no loans. Contributions include $200 from Nagel and $100 from attorney Mark Hudak. His expenses include voter data and printing.
Candidate Russ Cohen has raised a total of $11,214 and spent $6,094.64 with no loans. Contributions include $500 from Councilwoman Cathy Baylock and $500 from her husband Joe Baylock. His expenses include food, photos and postage.
Candidate Steve Duncan has raised a total of $2,000 and spent $653. Contributions include a $2,000 payment to himself. Expenses include campaign material.
Mayor Ann Keighran has raised a total of $22,065.88 and spent $7,148.36 with no loans. Contributions include $500 from Discount Plumbing, $100 from Hudak, $100 from AVR Realty, $300 from the Karp Family Trust, $200 from Nagel, $100 from Cathy Baylock, $1,000 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee and $1,000 from Anza Parking. Her expenses include printing, signs and food.
Candidate Ricardo Ortiz has raised $9,945.72 and spent $3,523.81 including an $845.82 loan to himself. Contributions include $1,000 from Anza Parking, $250 from former mayor Joe Galligan, $250 from Marc Friedman, $500 from Joseph Cotchett, $1,000 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee. His expenses include campaign material, voter data, food and lawn signs.
Candidate Andrew Peceimer has raised $31,113.50 and spent $29,268.01 with no loans. Contributions include $12,025 from himself. His expenses include printing, signs and consultants.
Candidates Alexander England Kent and Robert Schinagl had yet to submit their forms Friday afternoon.
San Carlos Councilman Matt Grocott raised $2,542.50, including $592.50 in personal loans, to date in his race for re-election, according to campaign finance documents for the period July 1 to Sept. 21. He had no expenses.
Councilman Bob Grassilli raised $12,699, including $10,050 in loans, to date and spent $874.39. He had a beginning cash balance of $10,020.66. His expenses include campaign paraphernalia.
Councilwoman Karen Clapper raised $7,020 to date including $2,115 in personal loans and spent $6,910. Her donations include $100 from Planning Commission Chair Angela Harper-Pederson. Her expenses include fundraising events, office goods, printing and campaign literature.
Candidates Inge Tiegel Doherty, Cameron Johnson and Michael Corral had yet to submit their forms Friday afternoon.
A speakers forum for the San Bruno City Council candidates is scheduled for 7 p.m., Oct. 2 at the San Bruno Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Springs Road in San Bruno.
The city of South San Francisco, together with the South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, is co-sponsoring candidate forums. The debates will be moderated by the League of Women Voters. Members of the public are welcomed and encouraged to attend these forums and submit questions.
The forum for the three open four-year seats is 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30. The forum for the one open two-year seat is 7 p.m., Oct. 1. Both are in the Council Chambers, Municipal Services Building, 33 Arroyo Drive.
They will be live broadcast on local television channels 26 or 27 depending on your cable provider. They will also be live-streamed on the city’s website and available through a link on the homepage that will be active next week at www.ssf.net.