The incumbent District 2 supervisor and his challenger raised the most money among six candidates vying for three open seats on the county board.
Supervisor Anthony Botelho, facing challenger Art Medina for the District 2 seat, raised a total of $35,559 between Jan. 1 and May 19 – with $23,809 of that amount in loans from the supervisor to his own campaign.
Medina raised $16,979. Although his total donation amount was smaller than Botelho’s – due to the incumbent’s loan figure – Medina raised more monetary and non-monetary contributions from outside donors.
Incumbent Jaime De La Cruz faces challenger Sonny Flores in District 5. De La Cruz raised $15,696 from Jan. 1 through May 19. Flores raised $11,310 with $8,000 of that amount from loans.
In the race for District 1 supervisor, incumbent Margie Barrios raised $6,728 and challenger Mark Starritt raised $1,800 – all in loans from the challenger to his own campaign.
Read the full Form 460 candidate statements from supervisor candidates at left.