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New financial reports for Measure C campaign filed

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From page A6 | February 26, 2012 |

New financial reports for the campaign committees in the Measure C election were filed this week, reflecting fundraising amounts and expenditures during January.

The Yes for Our Students campaign — which supports Measure C, the five-year parcel tax proposed by the Davis school district — raised another $7,646 in monetary and non-monetary contributions in addition to the $21,240 reported earlier.

The No School Board Taxes committee — which opposes Measure C — has raised a total of $2,439 in monetary and non-monetary contributions.

Contributions to the Yes for Our Students campaign include:

* $500 contributions from Government Financial Strategies (a Sacramento firm), Adam and Janice Bridge;

* $250 contributions from Richard and Judy Wydick, Colleen and Rob Marsh, Lindsay Weston, Heather and Jeep Roemer, Marilyn Mansfield (retired school administrator); Richard Harris (Davis school board trustee); Louise Walker and Chris Agruss.

* $200 contributions from Bill Streng, Alberta Chew, Steve Burns and Pat Moore-Pickett;

* $100 contributions from Maynard Skinner (former Davis mayor) and Cristy Jensen; John Meyer (UC Davis administrator, former city manager), Davis Campbell (retired administrator with the California School Boards Association, former member of the Yolo County Board of Education), Delaine Eastin (former state superintendent of public instruction), Helen Thomson (former assemblymember and county supervisor) and Cap Thomson, Ann Richardson, Karen Leaf, Daniel and Charlene Simmons, Paul and Nancy Jacobs, Ray and Verbena Borton, David Murphy (retired superintendent) and Roberta Murphy, Sheryl Patterson, Martha West (retired law professor and former school board trustee), Winfred Roberson (Davis school district superintendent), Charles and Ann Halstad, Tim Taylor (attorney and school board trustee), Tilahun Yilma, Clayton Tanaka, Ruth Asmundson (former mayor and former school board trustee), Warren Pickett, Faye and Jerry Hulbert, Carol Curinga, Joan Sallee (former school board trustee) and Tom Sallee, David and Karen Naliboff, Paul and Diane Makley, Jerry Adler (former mayor), Chris and JD Denton, Nancy and John Keltner, Joe Krovoza (mayor) and Ron Glick;

* Contributions of $50 or less by another 19 donors; and

* A non-monetary contribution of $319 from Martha West (retired law professor and former school board trustee), for catering at a fundraising event held at West’s home.

The No School Board Taxes Political Action Committee reported monetary contributions of $1,078 from Jose Granda (professor at Sacramento State University), $250 from Robert Eoff, $50 from Ernest Head and $15 from Coleman Thomas Randall Jr. There was also a non-monetary contribution of $651 in campaign lawn signs from Morgan Welsh (real estate attorney).

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