On the expense side, the committee made $5,000 in contributions, including $1,000 to Mr. Wagstaffe's re-election campaign, $500 to the campaign of incumbent Coroner Robert Foucrault, and $1,000 to incumbent San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom, who represents San Mateo, Belmont and Foster City.
The committee also gave $325 to the Mounted Patrol of San Mateo County, $1,500 to the San Mateo County Historical Association, and $1,000 to "David Canepa for Supervisor 2016." Mr. Canepa is the mayor of Daly City.
Deputy Juan Lopez, a 26-year veteran in the Sheriff's Office, is running as a write-in candidate to replace his boss. He has not filed a campaign finance report. Those raising and/or spending less than $1,000 are not required to file the report.
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