Dave Druker | 10th Street
Form 460, the forms that each candidate and proposition must file, have been completed for the period of July 1 through September 30, 2012. The Yes on J and No on J campaigns each filed their statements and they are available at City Hall.
In summary, Yes on J had 21 contributions with a range of $100 to $2,500 and an average of $776.95. The total monetary contributions were $14,800 with a non-monetary contribution of $2,700 for a total of $17,500. Total expenses were $28,812.10. So, Yes on J has a debt as of 09/30/12 of $11,312.10.
Meanwhile, No on J had 54 contributions with a range of $25 to $1,000 and an average of $234.74. Total contributions were $12,676. Total expenses were $7,713.51. So, No on J has a surplus of $4,962.49.
In the supervisorial race Dave Roberts has out-raised and spent less during the current reporting period than Steve Danon.
In summary, Dave Roberts has total contributions of $457,664.54 with $185,651.60 for the period of July 1 through September 30. Expenditures total $373,272.51 with $80,119.69 for the current reporting period. Cash on hand for Dave is $128,361.65
Meanwhile, Steve Danon has total contributions of $283.418 with $131,080 raised between July 1 and September 30. Expenditures total $352,324.76 with $96,125.93 during the current reporting period. Cash on hand for Steve is $105,288.
Of course the big expenditure period for the Supervisorial race is between October 1 and election day.
The figures for the Congressional race between Brian Bilbray and Scott Peters were not available when this article was written, but so far PACs have spent more than $4 million on this race.