The first of two pre-elec­tion cam­paign fi­nance fil­ings has oc­cured. Here are the re­sults for these four West Contra Costa Unified School District can­di­dates for two avail­able seats:

Here are some graphs com­par­ing do­na­tions, re­main­ing cash bal­ances, and do­na­tion sources as of Sept. 30 with a ta­ble fol­low­ing at the end. “Construction Interests” as a cat­e­gory in­cludes or­ga­ni­za­tions (com­pa­nies, unions, and trade as­so­ci­a­tions) and in­di­vid­u­als. “Individuals” and “Organizations” re­fer to in­di­vid­u­als and or­ga­ni­za­tions that aren’t con­struc­tion-re­lated. Donations un­der $100 aren’t item­ized and are just re­ported as a sin­gle ag­gre­gate num­ber in each re­port.

Total DonationsConstruction InterestsOrganzationsIndivdualsUnder $100Cash Balance
Enos$1,164$0$249$850$65$1,164
Groves$7,281$0$0$5,372$1,859$3,592
Medrano$4,202$1,000$0$2,800$402$1,794
Studdiford$50,340$49,050$0$100$1,190$42,632
Follow the Money for the WCCUSD Candidates

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  • October 14, 2012 at 10:38 am
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    Look at the THOUSANDS of dol­lars Studdiford is re­ceiv­ing from the Seville Group, the folks who have a con­tract with the dis­trict!!!!!! How can this be le­gal? Where’s the out­rage?!

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