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Posted: Saturday, October 16, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:14 am, Sat Oct 16, 2010.

Since Aug. 2, Alyson Huber (D-El Dorado Hills) has dwarfed her opponent, Jack Sieglock, in fundraising totals in the campaign for the 10th District Assembly seat.

Huber has raised $922,140 from unions, Democratic committees and fellow candidates while Sieglock has drawn $131,075 in contributions from local businesses, developers and residents.

The following is a list of contributions since Aug. 2:

Assemblywoman Alyson Huber

Democratic State Central Committee of California, Sacramento: $780,000

Laborers Local 185 PAC, Sacramento: $7,800

California Teachers Assn. Assn for Better Citizenship: Burlingame: $7,800

Operating Engineers Local No. 3, Alameda: $7,800

State Building & Construction Trades Council of California, Sacramento: $7,800

California State Association of Electrical Workers, Pasadena: $5,000

Huffman for Assembly 2010, San Rafel: $3,900

Planned Parenthood Advocates Mar Monte Candidate PAC, Sacramento: $3,900

Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, PAC, Sacramento: $3,900

Friends of Warren Furutani 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Tom Ammiano for Assembly, San Francisco: $3,900

Ben Hueso for State Assembly, Encinitas: $3,900

Friends of Betsy Butler for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

John Perez for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Fuentes for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Holly Mitchell for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Sandre Swanson for Assembly, Sacramento: $3,900

Committee to elect Susan Bonilla for Assembly 2010, Sacramento: $3,900

Bob Blumenfield for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Mike Gatto for Assembly 2010, Los Angeles: $3,900

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco: $3,900

Gordon for Assembly 2010, Menlo Park: $3,900

Peter Sperling, Santa Barbara: $3,900

Personal Insurance Federation of CA PAC, Sacramento: $3,000

California Producer Handler Association, Woodland: $3,000

Stonewall Democratic Club of Greater Sacramento, Sacramento: $2,500

Harry S. Truman Club: $2,500

California Association of Psychatric Technicans, Inc., Sacramento: $2,500

10th A.D. Democratic Task Force, Ione: $2,500

DART Container, Mason: $2,000

Farmers Services, LLC, Los Angeles: $2,000

AT&T INC. and its affiliates, Sacramento: $2,000

The California Society of Certified Public Accountants PAC, Sacramento: $2,000

Northern California District Council of Laborers PAC, Sacramento: $2,000American Chemistry Council, Washington: $1,500

Electrical Workers Local 595 PAC, Dublin: $1,000

Robert Bunzel, Piedmont: $1,000

CSEA Retirees, Inc. PAC, Sacramento: $1,000

Professional Engineers in California Government PEGC-PAC, Sacramento: $1,000

California Assisted Living Association PAC, Sacramento: $1,000

California Applicants' Attorneys Association, Sacramento: $1,000

National Assn. of Social Workers, CA PAC (NASWCALPACE), Sacramento: $1,000

El Dorado County Democratic Central Committee, Diamond Springs: $1,000

Steven Bradford for Assembly, Los Angeles: $1,000

Central Valley Stonewall Democratic Club, Stockton: $840

California Independent Oil Marketers PAC, Sacramento: $750

VFW Department of California PAC, Sacramento: $250

Kathleen Chapman, Stockton: $250

Deborah Gordon, Sacramento: $250

Sportsmen Political Victory Fund, Sacramento: $200

Leonard A Humphreys, Lodi: $150

Robert McGee, Placerville: $150

George Meglemre, Sutter Creek: $100

Van-Ha To-Cowell, Stockton: $100

Katherine Schick, Stockton: $100

Jack Sieglock

Duraflame, Inc., Stockton: $3,900

Michael Duffy, Stockton: $3,900

Farmers Employees & Agents PAC, San Rafael: $3,900

Robert Barsamian, Patterson: $3,900

Trisha Barsamian, Patterson: $3,900

Rupert Hall, Stockton: $3,900

Jim Sewell, Rancho Cordova: $3,900

Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc. Good Government PAC, Sacramento: $3,900

Western Manufactured Housing, Sacramento: $3,900

Michael Crete, Acampo: $3,900

California American Council of Engineering Companies PAC, Sacramento: $3,900

Olsen for Assembly, 2010, Modesto: $3,900

California Bankers Association State PAC, Sacramento: $3,900

Jasbir Gill, Lodi: $3,450

F&M Bank, Lodi: $3,450

Robert Beadles, Lodi: $3,400

League for Good Government San Joaquin County, Stockton $3,100

Vernalis Enterprises, Inc., Lathrop: $2,000

Exxon Mobil Corporation, Sacramento: $2,000

Robert French, Stockton: $2,000

Kent's Oil Service, Inc., Stockton: $2,000

Thelma Stewart, Stockton: $2,000

The California Society of Certified Public Accountants PAC, Sacramento: $2,000

California Manufacturers & Technology Association PAC, Sacramento: $2,000

Roberta Hovatter, Acampo: $1,900

EMS Management, LLC, Greenwood Village: $1,900

Vernalis Enterprises, Inc., Lathrop: $1,900

A.G. Spanos Companies, Including Alex G. Spanos and Affiliated Entities, Stockton: $1,500

Bank of Agriculture and Commerce, Stockton: $1,250

Waste Connections, Inc., Folsom: $1,000

Anthony Souza Tracy: $1,000

Roger Norby, El Dorado Hills: $1,000

Bank of Stockton, Stockton: $1,000

CA Hospital Assn PAC, Sponsored by CAHHS, Sacramento: $1,000

Kevin Sanguinetti, Stockton: $1,000

Southern California Contractors Association PAC, City of Commerce: $1,000

CA Coalition of Workers' Compensation PAC, Sacramento: $1,000

California Mortgage Association PAC, Sacramento: $1,000

CA Cattlemen's Association, Sacramento: $1,000

Republic Services, Inc. Phoenix: $1,000

California Association of Collectors PAC Fund, Sacramento: $1,000

Kautz Row Crop Farms, Lodi: $1,000 Annette Murdaca, Lodi: $1,000

Hogan MFG., Inc., Escalon: $1,000

LangeTwins Partnership, Acampo: $1,000

Bruce Mettler, Lodi: $1,000

Terry Bane, El Dorado HIlls: $1,000

Golden Gate Chapter Associated Builders & Contractors PAC, Livermore: $1,000

The Doctors Company PAC, Napa: $1,000

D&D Properties, Lodi: $1,000

Thomas Sanchez, Sacramento: $1,000

Robbins Family Limited Partnership, Stockton: $900

Kevin Van Steenberge, Lodi: $750

Vino Farms, LLC, Lodi: $500

California Waste Recovery Systems, LLC, Woodbridge: $500

Castelanelli Bros., Lodi: $500

Thelma Stewart, Stockton: $500

Golden Gate Chapter Associated Builders & Contractors PAC, Livermore: $500

Leanne Scannavino, Stockton: $500

Allstate Insurance Company PAC, Northbrook: $500

Atlas Properties, Inc., Stockton: $500

Douglas Honn, Lodi: $500

Dan Lewis, Woodbridge: $500

David Helwig, Thousand Oaks: $500

Matthew Arnaiz, Lodi: $500

Greg Arnaudo, Santa Nella: $500

Thomas Meuser, Placerville: $500

Michael McDougall, El Dorado Hills: $500

Richard Churches, Placerville: $500

Eugene Gini, Stockton: $500

Steven Diede, Lodi: $500

Association of California Life & Health Insurance Companies PAC, Sacramento: $500

El Dorado County Deputy Sheriffs Association PAC, South Lake Tahoe: $500

Joseph Harn, Shingle Springs: $400

Paul Umdenstock, Stockton: $300

Jack White Jr., Danville: $300

Hakeem, Ellis & Marengo, Stockton: $300

Joseph Blackwell, Manteca: $300

JADD Properties, LLC, Ripon: $300

Daniel Tomascheski, Millville: $300

David Vaccarezza, Woodbridge: $300

Twin Vines, Woodbridge: $250

Caffese Farming Company, Lodi: $250

Barbara Doucette, Woodbridge: $250

Linda Elson, Lodi: $250

Tri-Cal, Inc., Corona: $250

Robert Foy, Stockton: $250

Carol Nakashima, Lodi: $250

Bouquet Canyon Ranch, Somerset: $250

David Silva, Stockton: $250

Phillip Pennino, Lodi: $250

John Kindseth, Lodi: $250

Lima Ranch, Lodi: $250

Mandeep Mehdi, Stockton: $250

Joseph Harrington, Lodi: $250

Pacific Coast Producers PAC, Sacramento: $250

Gene Oliphant, El Dorado Hills: $200

Margaret McKenzie, Lodi: $200

Beverly Gabrielson, Lodi: $200

William Lawson, Lodi: $200

Steven McLean, Jackson: $175

Ajithkumar Puthillath, Stockton: $150

DG Land Company DBA DGP Real Estate, Lodi: $150

Angela Azevedo, Elk Grove: $150

Ken Vogel for Supervisor, Stockton: $150

Victor Mow, Stockton: $150

Gold Country Bail Bonds, Sacramento: $150

James Sweeney, Placerville: $150

Todd White, Rescue: $150

Sierra Rock, Placerville: $150

Elizabeth Blanchard, Stockton: $150

Dominic Depalma, Ripon: $150

Michael A. DeVencenzi DBA DeVencenzi Pest Management & Research, Woodbridge: $150

Doris Miller, Shingle Springs: $150

Larry Solari, Stockton: $150

Jerald Soracco, Placerville: $150

California Metals Coalition PAC, El Dorado Hills: $150

John Wolfenden, Shingle Springs: $150

Robert Laurie, Placerville: $150

Barbara Byington, Stockton: $150

Byron Taylor, Woodlake: $100

Robert Hall, Sacramento: $100

Delta Sierra Hematology & Oncology, Lodi: $100

Edward Swift, Sutter Creek: $100

Mary Cowan, Plymouth: $100

Dana Solomon, Manteca: $100

Denise Warmerdam, Lodi: $100

Bonnie Mayer, Lodi: $100

Polly Gastaldi, Placerville: $100

Challis Brennan, Fair Oaks: $100

James Morgan, Richmond: $100

Allard Residential Services, Inc. DBA Molly Maid of Placer County, Roseville: $100

Daniel Agari, Stockton: $100

Stanley Roe, Sacramento: $100

Kathleen Brown, Pollock Pines: $100

George Fleming, Rancho Murieta: $100

Marilyn Graffigna, Lodi: $100

Wayne Randall, Woodbridge: $50

Bonnie Morehead, Stockton: $50

Betty Thomas, Stockton: $50

Mary Kaehler, Lodi: $50

Wayne Randall, Woodbridge: $50

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1 comment:

  • Tom Santillan posted at 11:51 pm on Tue, Oct 19, 2010.

    Tom Santillan Posts: 34

    it appears to me that ms. huber is trying to buy this victory with a bunch of people who are running for election......is this a mis-use of funds to take campaign funds from their own coffers and giving to another candidate......that sounds like a loophole for double contributions for one candidate via a contribution to the primary candidate.....and of course, there's the state party giving in only about 90% of the funding.....gee, are they that desperate to get this seat?.....10-1 in campaign funds....lets see if the vote goes that way.....if not, that would not be a very efficient campaign.....just my opin.....



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