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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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