Here are the last pre-election contribution tally, submitted on Friday, Oct. 29.
Total contributions: $78,908 of which $16,813 was raised since Oct. 17.
Total spent: $87,508 (Remember he came into the campaign with a lot of money saved up)
Money remaining: $18,626
On 10/22, Harrison received maximum $520 contributions from at least nine people with connections to the Patterson family. That adds up to $4,680.
Not saying that he would have voted any differently, but the council approved the Patterson Ranch project on 10/26.
Also giving to Harrison were three members of the Dutra family and the law firm of Gonsalves & Kozachenko, which represents several prominent Fremont developers as well as Washington Hospital.
Total contributions $63,491, of which $15,612 was raised in the last week.
Total spent $79,147 (She also money left over from 2006)
Money remaining: $3,993
Total contributions: $24,265, of which $300 was raised since Oct. 17 ($5,000 of this is from Vinnie
Loans: $15,000 in addition to the $5,000 he gave himself
Money Remaining: $5,651, but Vinnie’s still in the red from his loans
*Demerit for wasting $787.50 on ad in TCV.
Total Contributions: $17,639, of which $75 was donated since Oct. 17.
Total spent: $21,740
Money remaining: $1,697
*Demerit for wasting $787.50 for an ad in the TCV
Fremont Police Officers Association
The cops did not report their expenditure for the hit piece on Harrison. Their latest filing with the City Clerk showed them having $131,588 in the bank as of the end of June.
Fremont Firefighters Association
As of Oct. 16, the firefighters had $73,594 in the warchest and had spent $59,364. That money went all over the place. The gave $5,000 to the powerful Niles Rotary Club, $3,000 to the Washington Hospital Foundation, $1,000 to the Yes on Measure K campaign, $2,500 to both Citizens for Better Community as well as $5,000 to the Democratic Party.