Local candidate and campaign committees were required to file their final campaign finance documents Thursday before the Nov. 6 election. It was the final filing before voters head to the polls and make decisions on a variety of races.
Among the campaigns filing documents were two measures on the ballot, the pro-Measure G sales tax campaign calling itself “Repair Our Roads and Reduce Traffic, Yes on G” and the pro-Measure X bond for Gavilan College facilities.
Measure G calls for a 1 percent sales tax over the next 30 years to fund local road repairs, including an expansion of Highway 25. Measure X is a $248 million facilities bond for Gavilan College at $.02 per $1,000 in assessed value.
The following are summaries of the figures provided Thursday by both campaign committees, while there are not any opposition committees for the measures. To see detailed numbers go here.
Yes on G (Repair Our Roads and Reduce Traffic, Yes on G 2018)
Contributions year to date: $107,840
Expenditures year to date: $34,711
Cash balance: $76,663
Top donors this period: Zanker Road Resource Management for $10,000; Alpha Teknova for $10,000 ;Build Jobs PAC for $7,500; Tri-Cal for $5,000
Yes on X (Gavilan College bond)
Contributions year to date: $142,910
Expenditures year to date: $92,037
Cash balance: $50,873
Top donors this period: Aedis Architecture for $5,000; Flint Builders for $5,000; SunPower Corporation for $3,000; Westberg & White for $2,500