Candidate Ying Liu accelerated debate spending in a final weeks before choosing day, heading a container in a four-way competition for 3 seats on a Los Altos School District’s house of trustees.
Campaign financial matter expelled final week uncover Liu has lifted $17,377 for her propagandize house campaign, many of it fueled by loans to herself. Following Liu are propagandize house boss Vladimir Ivanovic, who has lifted $9,199, followed closely by challenger Shali Sirkay during $8,435. Trailing behind is keeper Bryan Johnson, who had $1,750 to spend on a debate route as of Oct. 20.
Liu’s debate has mostly been self-financed, relying heavily on a sum $13,114 in loans to her campaign, along with several contributions from district residents Michael Oates ($300), Charles Bransi ($250), Grace Yang ($200) and Rebecca Hickman ($200). Subsequent filings on Oct. 26 news that she perceived dual $1,000 donations, from Los Altos proprietor Jian Sik and Los Altos proprietor Yibin Tang, boosting her debate supports to during slightest $19,377. Liu reported spending many of her supports — $13,712 in sum — as of Oct. 20, mostly on mailers and doorway hangers.
It’s a identical story for Ivanovic, who has loaned his debate $8,000 of a $9,199 in sum funds. He reported receiving $500 from a Los Altos Teachers Association’s PAC and $500 from Los Altos proprietor Robert Cole, who recently helped pass a $295 million Measure E bond for a Mountain View-Los Altos High School District.
Ivanovic drew down many of his debate account during a latest filing period, from Sept. 23 by Oct. 20, spending many of a money on debate copy costs, flyers and journal ads.
Sirkay took in $8,435 as of Oct. 20, nonetheless many of it was lifted progressing in a choosing season. The latest turn of contributions includes $1,000 from Los Altos proprietor Roopa Rajendran; a $688 grant Sirkay done to possess campaign; $250 from Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian; and a handful of $100 and $200 donations from internal residents. She reported spending $5,309 as of Oct. 20, mostly on filing fees, journal ads and grass signs,.
Johnson’s $1,750 in debate supports includes a $1,000 loan to himself, bolstered by $500 from a Los Altos Teachers Association. He’s spent significantly some-more than he’s lifted — $4,269 as of Oct. 20 — a latest output was for debate flyers.