In the Millbrae City Council race, Reuben D. Holober raised $10,314 and spent $4,311.97 on campaign literature and mailings, campaign paraphernalia and voter lists. He loaned himself $3,500.
Appointed incumbent Anne Oliva raised $25,174 and spent $10,186 on catering for fundraising events, lawn signs and a banner, a filing fee, letterhead, envelopes, remits and campaign literature and mailings, a website, photography, consulting and other items. San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane gave $100, while San Bruno Councilman Ken Ibarra gave $100; state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, gave $100; Millbrae Elementary School District Trustee Jay D. Price gave $100; and Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, gave $150.
Candidate Ann Schneider raised $13,792 and spent $8,906.50 on lawn and window signs, campaign literature and mailing, filing fees and professional services. She gave herself a $2,000 loan while Richard and Jacqueline Schneider gave her a $10,000 loan.
Candidate Doug Radtke had yet to submit his form Thursday afternoon.
In the San Bruno City Council election, incumbent Ken Ibarra raised $8,382, while spending $2,223.80 on signs, a kickoff party, voter data, donation envelopes and stamps. Appointed Millbrae Councilwoman Anne Oliva gave $200, while state Hill gave $100; Ruane gave $100 and Mullin contributed $150.
Incumbent Rico Medina raised $6,730 and spent $1,146.65 on lawn signs. Ruane gave $100; Mullin gave $150 and Hill gave $100.
Candidates Andrew Mason and Marty Medina are not submitting 460 forms because their expenses were less than $1,000. They will submit 470 forms.
San Carlos City Council candidate Inge Tiegel Doherty raised $225 to date, according to campaign finance documents for the period ending Sept. 21.
In the same race, candidate Cameron Johnson raised $34,780 and spent $13,972.03 to date. His donations include $100 each from the Kevin Mullin for Assembly 2014 campaign, Redwood City Elementary School District trustee Shelly Masur, former deputy county manager Mary McMillan and Redwood City council candidate Corrin Rankin and $500 from San Carlos Councilman Mark Olbert. His expenses include Facebook ads, mailers and credit card fees.
Both are running for three seats against four other candidates.
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.