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Election Journal
October 03, 2013, 05:00 AM

In the race for the one two-year seat on the South San Francisco City Council, candidate Carlos Martin raised $5,491.19, while spending $2,715.83, according to campaign filing statements for the period of July 1 to Sept. 21. He gave himself a $3,600 loan during this period. Expenses included campaign paraphernalia, a filing fee, his website and mailing list data.
Candidate Collin K. Post had yet to submit his form Wednesday afternoon.
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In the Hillsborough City Elementary School District election, incumbent Lynne Esselstein raised $1,170 and spent $576.23. She loaned herself $750 and spent money on voter data, campaign literature and mailings and a filing fee.
Candidate Don Geddis raised $11,580, while spending $2,036.09. He loaned himself $10,000. Expenses included professional photographs, a staff recruiting lunch, stationary, business cards, address labels and a filing fee.
Candidate Kaarin Hardy raised $1,477.87, while spending $1,194.03. She loaned herself $1,277.87 and spent funds on yard signs, note and business cards, along with the filing fee.
Candidate Pearl G. Wu had yet to submit her form Wednesday afternoon.
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In the San Carlos Elementary School District, candidate Nicole Bergeron raised $500. Mary Hunkapiller contributed $250 to her campaign.
Candidates Sarah Stiefel and appointed incumbents Arol Elliott and Kathleen Farley had yet to submit their forms Wednesday afternoon.
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In the San Mateo County Community College District race, incumbent Richard Holober raised $1,500 and spent $5,900.55. He received $500 from the San Mateo Building Trades Joint Council and $1,000 from the California Nurses Association Political Action Committee Small Contributor Committee. Expenses included a filing statement, campaign literature and mailings.
Candidate Thomas Mohr raised $30,233, while spending $1,836.53. Donations included: Kathy Blackwood, executive vice chancellor with the district, gave $250; Jose Nunes and Jing Luan, vice chancellors with the district, gave $100 and $200, respectively; Barbara Christensen, director of community and government relations with the district, gave $200; Carrie Ridge, director of development with the district, gave $250; district human resources manager Debbie Carrington gave $100 and Belmont City Treasurer John Violet gave $100.
Candidate George Yang raised $5,620, while spending $4,585, loaning himself $5,000.
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In the Sequoia Union High School District race, candidate Georgia Jack raised $23,900, while spending $6,160 on a candidate filing fee, meetings and appearances and campaign literature and mailings. Shelly Masur and Alisa MacAvoy, Redwood City Elementary School District trustees, gave $100 and $450, respectively, while Jan Christensen, Redwood City Elementary School District superintendent, gave $100.
Incumbent Alan Sarver raised $4,792, while spending $1,031 on print ads and campaign literature and mailings. He loaned himself $1,000. Dennis McBride, Redwood City Elementary School District trustee, donated $100, while Belmont City Treasurer John Violet donated $100.
Incumbent Chris Thomsen raised $9,075, while spending $1,719.75 and loaning himself $1,150. Laura Rich, Menlo Park City School District trustee, gave $500; Olivia Martinez, Sequoia Union High School District trustee, gave $250. Money went to filing fees and Web hosting.
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For the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District’s Measure R parcel tax, Friends of Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District raised $40,746.27, while spending $13,828.74. Sarver gave $1,000, Violet gave $100, and the California Teachers Association gave $1,000. Money was spent on campaign consultants, bank fees, campaign literature and mailings, along with other items.
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For the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District’s Measure P bond, Friends of San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District raised $6,4584.20 and spent $11,285.85. Anne Campbell, San Mateo County superintendent, gave $100 and Keygent Advisors, LLC gave $10,000; Mary Kay Going, assistant superintendent of the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District, gave $100 and Trustee Lory Lorimer Lawson gave $120.07. Money went to campaign consultants, inclusion in a slate mailer and phone banks.

 

 

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