Campaign finances

Campaign finance reports, covering the period of Oct. 1-16, were due last week. Here’s a quick roundup of the filings that the City Clerk’s office has on hand.

Yes on Measure H, according to its most recent filing, posted a small surge in fund-raising over the roughly two-week period, reporting $13,293 in cash contributions. The campaign spent more than $10,000.

Among some of the notable contributors to Yes on H: $5,000 from local business Golden Bear Insurance Company; $250 from City Manager Bob Deis; $500 from Louis Meyer, an executive with the parent company of American Medical Response; $1,000 from Driftwood Holdings LLC, a business entity connected to Norman Crum, CEO of Valley Pacific Petroluem; and $250 from The Cottages Investment Group, a business entity that lists Ken Brown, owner of Kencor Development, as its agent of service.

•The No on H filing shows the fire union had more than $41,000 in cash left as of Oct. 16, but more than $40,000 in debt.

•Councilman Elbert Holman Jr., seeking his first full term, had more than $23,000 at his disposal in the election’s final weeks. Still waiting for word from the City Clerk’s office that Holman’s opponent, Xochitl Paderes, has filed an updated form.

•Councilwoman Susan Eggman spent $9,279 in the last period and reported $36,795 cash on hand counting down to Nov. 2.

They City Clerk’s office has not yet reported receiving the most recent required filing from her opponent, Ralph Lee White, but he did file a report for the previous reporting period, which ended Sept. 30.  He reported loaning himself $3,000.

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