Mr. Bernstein reported $10,170 in cash contributions (including a $9,000 loan to himself) and $651.90 in non-monetary donations from Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Ianson for items such as mailers and a campaign party.
Donors included Ed Moritz and Henry Riggs, at $100 each, and Mickie Winkler, who gave $150.
The largest expense for Mr. Bernstein has been $8,791.84 paid to Sacramento-based campaign consultant Nikki Wilson.
Mr. Carpenter's cash campaign contributions this year consist of a $10,000 loan to himself. He also received $1,113.32 in non-monetary donations from Mr. Bernstein for postage and related expenses, and it appears his own expenditures — $10,961.79 — have mainly gone to support Mr. Carpenter's fellow slate candidates.
Mr. Ianson, with $2,150 in cash donations — $150 from Mickie Winkler and the rest as a loan to himself <0x0214> has spent $454.20 at "Signs on the Cheap." His non-monetary expenditures went to support the other two candidates on the slate, providing voter lists and business cards.
Ms. Clarke's filings show $3,432 in cash contributions this year, including a $166.02 loan from herself. She's spent $2,384.08 during this reporting period, primarily on campaign literature. Donors included Aron Hall with $1,000; Greg Bock and Kiara Cannon with $500 and Tod Spieker with $500; and Menlo Park Councilman Rich Cline with $250.
Mr. Nelson's filings indicate $199 in cash contributions this year and a $6,650 loan to himself. He's spent $6,513.37 total, most of it during this reporting period, on campaign literature. His report listed no donors.
MPF FLAG, the firefighters' union political committee, has spent the most to date, with $8,646 this year going toward campaign literature and phone calls on behalf of Ms. Clarke ($5,123) and Mr. Nelson ($3,239). At the close of the reporting period on Oct. 19, the committee still had a sizable war chest of $17,173.
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