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October campaign finance reports: Petaluma Mayor and City Council

Here’s a look at the financial reports filed Tuesday by candidates for Petaluma mayor and City Council. Period contributions measures money raised from July 1 though Sept. 30.  Click on a name to view the candidate’s full financial statement.

PETALUMA MAYOR

DAVID GLASS
Period Contributions: $12,444
YTD Contributions: $14,944
Total Loans: $2,000
Cash on hand: $3,860
Notable contributors: Petaluma Tomorrow, $200; Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1575, $200; Committee on Political Education of the North Bay AFL-CIO, $200; Teresa Barrett, Petaluma councilwoman, $200; Greenwaste Recovery Inc., San Jose, $200; Richard Cristina, Greenwaste Recovery Inc., $200; Charles Hardin Sr., Global Materials Recovery, $200; Lisa Hardin, business manager, Global Materials Recovery, $200; Curtis J. Michelini, owner, Global Materials Recovery, $200; Tom Isaak, president, Course Co., $200; Superior Systems, $200; Zanker Road Resource Management, $200

JEFF MAYNE
Period Contributions: $8,295
YTD Contributions: $10,940
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $2,812
Notable contributors: Richard Ghilotti, construction, $200; William White, Basin Street Properties, $200; Matthew White, Basin Street Properties, $200; Paul Andronico, attorney, Basin Street Properties, $200; Urban Arena LLC, $200; Jeff Harriman, Renesis Development, $200; DRG Builders, $200; William McDevitt, construction, $200; Hillcrest Real Estate, $200; Thomas Birdsall, property owner, Sheraton, $200; AFSCME Local #675, $200; Carl and Mary Hill, Royal Petroleum, $200; River City Communications, $200; Willmo Inc. (Powell’s Sweet Shoppe), $200; Pfendler Ranches, $200; Mardel LLC, $200

PETALUMA CITY COUNCIL

CHRIS ALBERTSON
Period Contributions: $7,704
YTD Contributions: $12,004
Total Loans: $839
Cash on hand: $3,130
Notable contributors: North Bay Leadership Council, $200; Michael Wright, owner, Wright Construction, $200; Midstate Construction, $200; Matthew White, president, Basin Street, $200; William White, investor, Basin Street, $200; John Barella, contractor, North Bay, $200; Frizzelle Enos Co., $200

TERESA BARRETT
Period Contributions: $17,270
YTD Contributions: $17,270
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $5,470
Notable contributors: Petaluma Tomorrow, $200; Superior Systems, $200; MEC Financial Group, $200; Pam Torliatt, Petaluma mayor, $200; Tom Isaak, president, Course Co., $200; Warren Watkins, Healdsburg Citizens for Sustainable Solutions, $200; Susan Gorin, Santa Rosa mayor, $100; Larry Robinson, Sebastopol councilmember, $100

WYATT BUNKER
Period Contributions: $7,328
YTD Contributions: $7,328
Total Loans: $6,000
Cash on hand: $2,351
Notable contributors: Robert Seawell, retired firefighter, $200; Susan Bunker, administrative assistant, Codding Foundation, $200; Eric Bunker, Black Goose Wines, $200; Charles Cochran, attorney, $100

JASON DAVIES
Period Contributions: $5,190
YTD Contributions: $5,190
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $2,752
Notable contributors: Jason Davies, $500; Petaluma Tomorrow, $200; North Bay Labor Council COPE, $200; IBEW Local #551, $200; Sonoma County Democratic Central Committee, $200; Pam Torliatt, Petaluma mayor, $200; Teresa Barrett, Petaluma councilwoman, $200; David Glass, Petaluma councilman, $200; Superior Systems, $200

MIKE HARRIS
Period Contributions: $5,724
YTD Contributions: $20,446
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $14,600
Notable contributors: DRG Builders, $200; John Barella, owner, North Bay Construction, $200; Andrea Barella, housewife, $200; Renesis Development, $200; Midstate Construction, $200; Greenwaste Recovery, $200; Mardell LLC, $200; Amalgamated Transit Union, $200; North Bay Labor Council COPE, $200; Operating Engineers #3, $200; Charles Hardin, vice president, Industrial Carting, $200; Keegan & Coppin, $100

RAY JOHNSON
Period Contributions: $9,110
YTD Contributions: $20,410
Total Loans: $15,000
Cash on hand: $10,058
Notable contributors: Urban Arena LLC, $200; Mardel LLC, $200; Matthew White, Basin Street Properties, $200; William White, Basin Street Properties, $200; Thomas Birdsall, Basin Street Properties, $200; Pfendler Ranches, $200; DRG Builders, $200; Richard Ghilotti, builder, $200; AFSCME Local 675, $200; North Bay Leadership Council, $200;  John Barella, North Bay Construction, $200; Andrea Barella, homemaker, $200; Midstate Construction, $200; Gary Imm, retired, $200

GABE KEARNEY
Period Contributions: $1,854
YTD Contributions: $1,854
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $188
Notable contributors: Petaluma Tomorrow, $200; David Glass, $200; Nick Caston, political consultant, $200; Erin Carlstrom, attorney, $200; Jennifer Dawes, caseworker for Rep. Lynn Woolsey, $200; Marjorie Helm, retired, $200

KAREN NAU
Period Contributions: $1,350
YTD Contributions: $2,895
Total Loans: None
Cash on hand: $726
Notable contributors: Northern California Engineering Contractors Association, $200; DRG Builders, $200; Larry Wasem, $200; Sonoma-Napa Partners LLC, $200

No reports were posted on the city’s Web site Tuesday evening for mayoral candidates Chris Kilgore and Jezra Johnson Lickter and council candidate J. Ray Bellefeuille.





2 Responses to “October campaign finance reports: Petaluma Mayor and City Council”

  1. We can see from this list who has much money and who does not have money for the elections. We can see who among them the influential and rich people support and does not support. We can also see who has loans and who does not have any.

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  2. Jack says:

    1) Why isn’t Karen Nau able to raise money? She didn’t exactly impress in her ’08 reelection bid – she lost obviously – and she had very little visible campaigning (brochures and signs)

    2) Is Gabe Kearney really running? He did not respond to the PD questionnaire which seems like a prereq and he is raising very little money. That is very disappointing, he seems very promising.

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