The candidates are required to update the public on their expenses and income from donors who gave more than $100.
Sandie Arnott, the deputy treasurer and the leader after the votes were counted for the June primary election, lent herself $66,500, according to her Oct. 16 campaign finance report. She raised another $31,063 from 14 donors for a total of $97, 563. She has spent $95, 812.
Ms. Arnott's report lists nine donors of $500 or more: Keith Hoffman of Redwood City; Beverley Evans of Burlingame; Rommel Medina of San Bruno; and San Francisco residents Mila, Reull and Aubrey Medina, and Daniel Becco and Marilyn Nuqui.
Dave Mandelkern, who came in second out of a field of four candidates in June, borrowed $100,000 from himself for the campaign and raised $61,499 in donations from 42 contributors for a total of $162,499. He has spent $156,157.
Mr. Mandelkern's report lists 18 contributors of more than $500: former Congressman Paul McCloskey of Rumsey, California; (state Sen. Joe) Simitian for 2012 of Palo Alto; Philip Gregory of Redwood City; Nanci E. Nishimura and Joe Galligan for Treasurer, both from San Mateo; Richard Holober for Community College Board from Millbrae; Frank M. Pitre of Hillsborough; Burlingame residents Ara R. Jabagchourian, Nancy L. Fineman, Niall McCarthy, Mark Molumphy and Steven Williams; D.E. Cooley from Watsonville; San Mateo Building Trades Joint Council; Northern California Carpenters Regional Council; plumbers and steamfitters union locals in Concord, Fresno and Burlingame; and Citizens for Good Government out of Burbank.