The statements, submitted by all four candidates, cover the period from July 14 to Sept. 30.
Mr. Dobbie raised $14,131 during that period; the sum includes a $1,400 loan to himself. He has spent $9,877.
Among Mr. Dobbie's largest donors were Robert Wilson, Joan and Elmo Sanders, and O.L. Hoch, all of whom donated $1,000 each. He also received a number of $500 donations; they came from Herman Christensen, Isobel Christensen, Marcia Wythes, Paul Wythes, and Alicia and James Seebold (jointly).
Challenger Bill Widmer raised $9,840 during the reporting period, a figure that includes a $1,000 loan to himself. He has spent $6,896.
Herman Christensen and Isobel Christensen each donated $1,500 to Mr. Widmer's campaign. Marcia Wythes and Paul Wythes each donated $750, and current Councilwoman Elizabeth Lewis and William Zappettini each donated $500.
Incumbent Jerry Carlson raised $6,147 during the reporting period, and spent $3,053. His statement lists him and his wife, Shirley, as a $500 contributor.
Councilwoman Elizabeth Lewis and her husband, Joe Lewis, donated $500 to Mr. Carlson's campaign, as did Greg Conlon, Jeff Wise, Steve Dostart, and Mervin Morris.
Challenger Cary Wiest raised $1,376; that figure includes an $876 loan to himself. The only other donor listed on his statement is the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors, which contributed $500.
The candidates must submit updated campaign spending forms by Oct. 21.