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Election Journal
May 24, 2014, 05:00 AM

Juan Raigoza raised $64,729 for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $96,930 in his bid for the county controller seat, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. Raigoza has also spent $92,862 to date. His donations include $100 from Treasurer/Tax Collector Sandie Arnott, $250 from Undersheriff Carlos Bolanos, $100 from Daly City Vice Mayor Carol Klatt and $500 from attorney Joe Cotchett. He also loaned himself $55,000.

Opponent Joe Galligan raised $20,106 this period, bringing his total to $70,556 in his controller position bid and spent $39,611 to date. His donations include $250 from attorney Niall McCarthy, $200 from attorney Mark Hudak and $100 from former Burlingame mayor Rosalie O’Mahony. Galligan also loaned himself $50,000.

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Mark Church, chief elections officer and assessor-county clerk-recorder, has raised no money in his bid for re-election but loaned himself $10,000 to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He has spent $17,055.92 to date.

Church’s opponent John Mooney raised $16,497.54 for the period March 18 to May 17 which is also his total to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He also spent the same amount. All of his donations came from himself.

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Coroner Robert Foucrault raised $4,875 for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $14,647.29 to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He has also spent $12,116.81 to date. His donations include $500 from Allied Waste Services, $500 each from Paula Uccelli and attorney Chuck Smith and $100 each from Redwood City Councilman Ian Bain and county Supervisor Don Horsley.

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District Two county supervisor candidate Mark De Paula raised $3,590 for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $5,286, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He spent $4,978.25. His donations include $5,151 in loans, $500 from San Carlos Councilman Matt Grocott and $100 from freelance journalist Victoria Balfour.

District Two Supervisor Carole Groom raised $12,674 in her re-election bid for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing her total to $20,574 to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. She loaned herself $5,000 and has spent $34,216.86. Her donations include $1,000 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee, $100 each from San Mateo Parks and Recreation Director Sheila Canzian and Barbara Christensen of the San Mateo County Community College District, $100 each from controller candidate Joe Galligan and his wife, $500 from state Sen. Jerry Hill, $100 from SamTrans CEO Mike Scanlon and $1,000 from U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier.

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District Three Supervisor Don Horsley raised $15,649 in his re-election bid for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $34,899.50 to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He spent $45,954.31. His donations include $1,000 each from venture capitalist James V. Barnett and Bechtel Chairman Riley Bechtel, $1,000 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee and $300 from Bay Relations consultant Michael Pacelli.

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District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe raised $400 in his unopposed bid for re-election for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $2,400, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He spent $1,621.45 to date. His donations include $150 from Simon & Tollestrup, Inc.

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Sheriff Greg Munks raised $3,750 in his unopposed bid for re-election for the period March 18 to May 17, bringing his total to $32,183 to date, according to campaign finance disclosure forms due Thursday. He spent $15,377.16 to date. His donations include $250 from Sheriff’s Capt. Greg Rothaus and $1,000 each from consultant Ronald E. Brooks and Trailer Rancho Associates. He gave $1,000 to David Canepa’s Board of Supervisors campaign and $2,000 to judicial candidate Stephanie Garratt.

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Citizens for SUHSD — Yes on A, supporters of Measure A, a $265 million facilities bond measure in the Sequoia Union High School District, raised $124,827 during the period from March 18 to May 17, reaching a total of $161,902 raised this year to date. The campaign has spent $76,342 thus far and its ending cash balance is $85,393.

Notable donations came from the San Carlos Central PTA, giving $999, and the Menlo-Atherton High School PTA, giving $750. Los Lomitas PTA also gave $100, while the Sequoia High School PTSA gave $250 and Assemblyman Kevin Mullin gave $500. Funds were spent on a campaign manager, fees for online contributions, campaign literature and mailings, campaign consultants, information and technology costs and postage fees.

 

 

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