Campaign Finance Disclosures For Calaveras

Campaign Finance Disclosures For Calaveras

Campaign finance disclosures are now available for local races in Calaveras County. This election cycle, there are three competitive races for county supervisor. In District 1, Sharon Romano is running against incumbent Gary Tofanelli. In District 2, Laree “Ree” Garza will face off against incumbent Jack Garamendi. And in District 4, Amanda Folendorf seeks to unseat incumbent Dennis Mills. In the District 1 race, Romano has raised $4,087, which includes two loans totaling $1,950 she made her own campaign. Marti Crane, of Valley Springs, and Mark Bolger, of Mountain Ranch, made the largest donations, each contributing $200. Tofanelli has not filed a finance statement with the county elections office, which means that he does not expect to raise or spend $2,000 or more over the course of his campaign. In District 2, Laree Garza has received $2,645 in contributions, including a loan of $197 that she made her campaign committee. The largest donation came in the form of yard signs valued at $591 from Ann Hill, of Mokelumne Hill. Garamendi has taken in $13,950 in the current campaign, which includes two loans totaling $1,250 that the candidate made to his campaign committee. His largest donation was for $2,600 from Scott Balch, of Murphys. Labor Unions contributed $7,000 to his campaign. For the Supervisorial race in District 4, challenger Amanda Folendorf has raised $19,359, including $4,000 that she loaned to her campaign committee. Her largest donation came from Janet Smith, of Murphys who contributed $1,000. Incumbent Dennis Mills has received $12,356 in contributions, which includes a $4,710 loan that the candidate made to his campaign committee. His largest donation was for $975 from the Calaveras County Republican Central Committee.

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