In the South San Francisco two-year term race, candidate Carlos Martin raised $4,817.01 and spent $1,362.76, according to campaign finance statements for Sept. 22-Oct. 19. These contributions came from Martin himself, along with Mayor Pedro Gonzalez who gave $208.41 for food. Other expenses included yard and business signs and flyers.
Councilwoman Karyl Matsumoto raised $10,173 and spent $5,805.69 during this period. Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, gave $150; PG&E, San Mateo County Building & Construction and Liza Normandy, South San Francisco Unified School District trustee, each gave $250. Expenses included campaign mailers and graphic design services.
Candidate Collin Post filed a 470 form, meaning he spent less than $1,000.
In the South San Francisco four-year term race, Councilman Mark Addiego raised $7,965 and spent $7,868.95 during this period. Councilman Richard Garbarino and the San Mateo Labor Council AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education each gave $100, CAA Tri-County Political Action Committee gave $500, PG&E and Everything South City’s Kamala Silva each gave $250, City Treasurer Frank Risso gave $200. Expenses included door hanger distribution and a volunteer lunch.
Candidate Maurice Goodman raised $275 and spent $1,583.72 during this period. Notably, Alejandro Hogan, superintendent for the South San Francisco Unified School District, gave $100. Expenses included coffee and food for a volunteer meeting, door hangers, business cards and campaign signs.
Councilman Pradeep Gupta raised $6,228 and spent $14,187.19 during this period. The San Mateo County Association of Realtors gave $500 and the sheet metal workers union gave $400. His expenses include postage, fundraising events, campaign literature and mailings and campaign paraphernalia.
Candidate William (Bill) Lock raised $700 and spent $1,114.06. Irene Riley, San Francisco small business commissioner, gave $100. Expenses included check printing, website fees, printing brochures, posters and lawn signs, bank fees and postage.
Candidate Kate McKay raised $1,304 and spent $1,296.53. Expenses included campaign paraphernalia and a bank fee.
Candidate Liza Normandy raised $4,074 and spent $13,147.08. PG&E and the California Teamsters Public Affairs Council each gave $250, the sheet metal works union gave $400 and Normandy gave herself $654. Expenses included copies of literature, website administration, a citywide mailer, senior mailer and Asian mailer.
Candidate Rick Ochsenhirt raised $5,620 and spent $5,537.50 during this period. U.S. Rep Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo; state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo; and Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco; each gave $1,000. His expenses included photos, fliers, a fundraiser, graphic design work and the candidate filing fee.
Candidate John Prouty raised $3,875 and spent $9,324.63 during this period. CAA Tri-County Political Action Committee gave $500, while PG&E gave $250. Expenses included printed postcards, a lawn sign design, campaign signs, postage and a union mailer.
In the Burlingame City Council race, candidate Alexander England Kent raised $175 during this period and spent $979.60. Kent loaned himself $403.95. Expenses included campaign literature and mailings, online advertising, a check order, a phone message to voters and his website.
In the San Carlos City Council race for three seats, candidate Cameron Johnson raised $5,422.95 and spent $1,447.08 for the period of Sept. 22 to Oct. 19, according to campaign finance statements. His total raised is $40,202.95. His donations include $250 from state Hill; $1,000 from restaurateur Greg St. Claire; $100 from former mayor Tom Davids; and $1,199.95 in nonmonetary contributions in the form of a campaign fundraiser by the Avenir Restaurant Group. His expenses include Facebook ads and credit card fees.
Candidate Michael Corral raised $350 this period, bringing his total to $1,350 to date and spent $714.50 to date. His expenses include a city shirt and baseball cap, postage and a lunch/campaign sign placement request.
Councilman Bob Grassilli raised $8,434 this period and $21,143 to date. He has spent $14,155.48 to date. His donations include $150 from Kevin Mullin and $250 from PG&E which he returned. He also loaned himself $2,500 this period. His expenses include campaign literature and mailings.
Councilman Matt Grocott raised $7,719 this period. His donations include $1,000 from the Tri-County California Action Committee, $3,000 from the California Realtors Political Action and $250 from PG&E. His expenses include stamps for mass mailings.
Candidate Inge Tiegel Doherty raised $4,250 this period for a total of $4,475 to date and spent nothing. Her donations include $1,000 from the California Apartment Association and $3,000 from the California Real Estate PAC.
Councilwoman Karen Clapper raised $2,045 this period, for a total of $6,950 to date, and spent $8,757. Her donations include $500 from the San Mateo County Association of Realtors and $100 from county Supervisor Don Horsley. Her expenses include office expenses, printing and Internet needs.
In the Belmont City Council race, candidate Gladwyn D’Souza raised $1,323 and spent $8,747.39 for the period of Sept. 22 to Oct. 19, according to campaign finance statements. His total raised is $12,246. His donations from this period include $250 from Belmont Councilman Dave Warden. His expenses include envelopes, website maintenance and mailers.
Incumbent Warren Lieberman raised $325 this period and $2,330 to date. He has spent $2,221.05 to date.
Candidate Kristin Mercer raised $2,067 this period and $10,758 to date. She has spent $8,487.68 to date. Her donations include $250 from Warden. Her expenses include fliers, mailers and postage.
Candidate Charles Stone raised $2,992 this period and $13,207 to date. He has spent $10,792.45 to date. His expenses include yard signs, fliers, campaign materials and mailers.
Candidate Michael Verdone raised $1,399 this period and $11,365 to date. He has spent $10,111.42 to date. His expenses include printing, mailing and design. Verdone is also the beneficiary of an independent expenditure from the National Association of Realtors of $4,324 during this period and $12,800.16 to date.
In the San Mateo City Council race, candidate Joe Goethals raised $7,712 and spent $8,772 for the period of Sept. 22 to Oct. 19, according to campaign finance statements. He has spent $14,667.55 to date. His donations include $250 from the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association; $250 from Helen Galligan, member of the Peninsula Health Care District board; $350 from PG&E and $500 from CAA Tri-County. His expenses include campaign literature, website services, financial services and listing on the Democratic Party slate mailer.
Candidate Joshua Hugg raised $4,055 and spent $4,252 for this period. He has spent $5,949 to date. His contributions include $150 from Dorothy Chow, $50 from Anna Kuhre, $50 from Laurie Watanuki, $100 from Diane Papan, $250 from Joe Cotchett and $100 from Rod Hsiao, member of the San Mateo County Board of Education. His expenses include campaign paraphernalia and newspaper advertising.
Incumbent David Lim raised $2,700 and spent $13,0002.98 this period. He has spent $23,046 to date. His contributions include $100 from Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez; $100 from Liza Normandy, trustee for the South San Francisco Unified School District and $500 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee. His expenses include campaign consultants, printing and newspaper advertising.
Incumbent Robert Ross raised $2,159 and spent $998 this period. He has spent $5,969 to date. His contributions include $500 from San Mateo Building Trades, $499 from San Mateo City Firefighters Association and $500 from Woodmont Real Estate Services. His expenses include printing.
Candidate Karen E. Schmidt filed a 470 form, meaning she spent less than $1,000.