Follow the Money In 1st Dist. City Council Election:
|Amnesia file: In June 1994, LB residents voted to enact a LB "Campaign Reform Act" which recited in part:
Monetary contributions to political campaigns are a legitimate form of participation in the political process, but the financial strength of certain individuals or organizations should not permit the exercise of a disproportionate or controlling influence on the election of candidates.
In special elections (such as the upcoming Nov. 5 special election to fill the 1st Council district vacancy), the LB law allows campaign contribution to candidate campaigns of up to a total of $1,000 from individuals and up to a total of $2,500 from political committees.
(Oct. 20, 2019, 4:55 p.m.) -- LBREPORT.com continues our detailed "Follow The Money" coverage of LB's 1st Council election below. Vote by mail ballots are currently flying (with Nov. 5 "election day") in the no-runoff race to fill the vacated (former Gonzalez) 1st Council district seat with citywide voting power on City Hall spending priorities, development decisions and land use/density/housing and homeless policies.
Re Mary Zendejas:
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|These contributions to support Zendejas come on top of other recent large contributions to her campaign account previously reported by LBREPORT.com:
Re Ray Morquecho
These follow other recent large contributions to Mr. Morquecho previously reported by LREPORT.com from
As also previously reported by LBREPORT.com, candidate Misi Tagaloa received a $1,000 contribution from Oakwood Academy in Long Beach on Oct. 3.
For details of earlier contributions to multiple candidates in the race (previously reported by LBREPORT.com) click here.
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