Mitt Romney received $30,500, bringing his overall local total to $537,490.
Mr. Obama led the month with 59 donors versus Mr. Romney's 19.
The totals do not include political action committee fundraising, including the unlimited fundraising by super PACs, nor do they note any clustering of donations from Peninsula fundraising parties.
Under the law, individuals are limited to giving $2,500 per campaign per election. Since there are two elections this year — the primary in June and the general in November — an individual's total gift can reach $5,000.
Because Mr. Obama is unopposed, his donors can give now for both the primary and general elections. Eleven donors gave $2,500 for the primary; 10 of them gave another $2,500 for the general, the report showed.
With the general-election donations factored out, Mr. Obama's total for April drops to $40,924.
Local presidential campaign donations in April
Atherton Menlo Park Portola Valley Woodside Candidate totals
Barack Obama $32,100 from 11 donors $17,750 from 27 donors $12,850 from 8 donors $14,824 from 13 donors $65,924 from 59 donors
Mitt Romney $12,750 from 8 donors $3,750 from 3 donors $12,000 from 5 donors $2,000 from 3 donors $30,500 from 19 donors
Community totals $44,850 $21,500 $24,850 $16,824 $96,424
Source: Center for Responsive Politics: OpenSecrets.org
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