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April 16, 2024

Poythress has slim funding lead over Caballero for State Senate

Republican Robert Poythress, a Madera County supervisor, has raised the most funds in the race for the State Senate District 12 seat held by Anthony Cannella, who terms out this year.
Poythress had spent $11,869 and had $251,987 in cash through the end of December, but did not have numbers filed through the most recent period ending April 21 on the California Secretary of State’s website.
Current State Assemblywoman Anna Caballero, a Democrat, had raised $220,886.63 through April 21, according to campaign finance documents filed with the California Secretary of State’s Office. Her expenditures were $91,890 and she had ending cash of $430,860.
Fellow Democrat Daniel Parra had raised $3,850 and spent $17,553 with ending cash of $3,796.
Another Republican, Johnny Tacherra, had raised $31,388 through April 21 with $35,121 spent and $22,998 in ending cash.

Top donors for the candidates include:

Robert Poythress (each $4,400)

GENE BLOCHER, president of Landmark Irrigation in Madera
JOHN KALPAKOFF, executive with Mid Valley Disposal in Fresno
CANNELLA FOR SENATE 2014 (two $4,400 donations)
LARRY LOWDER, Madera farmer
NEW MAJORITY CALIFORNIA PAC in San Rafael
JEAN FULLER FOR ASSEMBLY 2018
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER PAC
POYTHRESS FARMS (two $4,400 donations)
POYTHRESS NUTS TO BOLTS INC DBA TECO (two $4,400 donations)
TAXPAYERS FOR JIM NIELSEN 2018
GREG HOSTETLER, Rancher from Los Banos
STEVEN BARSOTTI, president of Foster & Parker insurance in Madera
RICHARD SPENCER, president of Spencer Enterprises in Fresno

Anna Caballero ($4,400 each)

NICHOLAS J. PRITZKER, San Francisco investor
EDWARD A. GILHULY, owner of Sageview Capital in Woodside
JESSE ROGERS, investment manager in Atherton
KAREN GILHULY, not employed in Woodside
MINDY ROGERS, homemaker in Atherton
STEVEN L. MERRELL, not employed in New Castle
MARK HEISING, managing director in Atherton
SUSAN PRITZKER, not employed in San Francisco
JOHN H. SCULLY, Managing Partner of SPO Partners in Mill Valley
REGINA SCULLY, president of RPR Public Relations in Mill Valley
JAMES WHITE, Investor at Sutter Hills Ventures in Palo Alto
REBECCA MORGAN, Retired in Los Altos
JEREMY STOPPELMAN, CEO of Yelp in San Francisco
GABRIELLE LAYTON, Retired in Palo Alto
EGGMAN FOR ASSEMBLY 2018
CALIFORNIA TEAMSTERS PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL
CARRIE W. PENNER, Educator in Menlo Park
GREGORY B. PENNER, Investments at Medrone Capital Partners in Menlo Park
SAN MANUEL BAND OF MISSION INDIANS
WOMEN IN POWER (WIP PAC)
CALIFORNIA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION/ASSOCIATION FOR BETTER CITIZENSHIP SMALL CONTRIBUTOR COMMITTEE
MIKE MCGUIRE FOR STATE SENATE 2018
JOHN PASQUESI, Investor at Otter Capital in Woodside
MEREDITH S. PASQUESI, Woodside homemaker
SIMONE COXE, Entrepreneur in Palo Alto
TENCH COXE, Managing partner at Sutter Hill Ventures in Palo Alto
HEIDI LANDERS, Retired in Santa Monica
WARREN E. SPIEKER, JR., INCLUDING SPIEKER REALTY INVESTMENTS, Atherton
SCOTT KEPNER, Partner at Village Properties in Belmont
JOHN A. PRITZKER, president Geolo Capital in San Francisco
LAURA LAUDER, Venture Capitalist in Atherton
DAVID CRANE (two $4,400 donations), President of Govern for California in San Francisco
SUJAY JASWA, Managing partner at WNDRCO Holdings in San Francisco
SUSAN OBERNDORF, Philanthropist in San Francisco
WILLIAM OBERNDORF, Entrepreneur in San Francisco
KEVIN HARVEY, Venture Capitalist at Benchmark in Ventura
BILL BLOOMFIELD, Manhattan Beach
SUSAN BLOOMFIELD, Manhattan Beach
JOSEPH T. LONSDALE, partner at 8VC in Woodside
GEORGE H. HUME, President at Basic American in San Francisco
RICHARD LANDERS, Retired in Santa Monica
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
ELIZABETH STROUD FISHER, Not employed in San Francisco
WILLIAM S. FISHER, Investor at Manzanita Capital in San Francisco
ROBERT J. FISHER, Managing Director at Piscus in San Francisco
GOVERN FOR CALIFORNIA COURAGE COMMITTEE PAC
GOVERN FOR CALIFORNIA COURAGE COMMITTEE PAC (two donations of $4,400)
JOHN J. FISHER, Investor at Pisces in San Francisco
LAURA M. FISHER, Not employed in San Francisco
DORIS F. FISHER, Not employed in San Francisco
WOMEN’S POLITICAL COMMITTEE

Daniel Parra

MAX L. FLAMING, CEO of Maxco Suppy in Parlier

Johnny Tacherra ($4,400 each)

BIG VALLEY LABOR, LLC (two donations of $4,400)
LAURA’S NUTS LLC in Madera (two $4,400 donations)

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