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Paso Robles city candidates disclose campaign finances 

City council candidates, Paso Robles

John Hamon Jr. has raised the most campaign dollars – $12,495

Less than a month from the election, the candidates for Paso Robles City Council and Paso Robles mayor submitted campaign finance records through Sept. 30. The top Paso Robles City Council candidate fundraiser so far is John Hamon Jr., an incumbent, who has brought in $12,495. The next highest is current mayor, Duane Picanco, who has raised $11,888 for his city council seat bid, followed by Steve Gregory who has raised $11,576. Jim Reed has brought in $5,761. The candidate who has raised, and spent, the least is Pamela Avila, running for the city council. She raised $1,500, and has spent $4,617.

Running unopposed for Paso Robles mayor is Steve Martin, a current councilman, who has raised $8,266 — $635 of that was from Martin’s bid for the city council in the last election.

The forms submitted by each of the candidates are available for the public to view in city hall. See what political donations were given to Paso Robles candidate below :

Pamela Avila for City Council – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Joan Capponcelli

  • Paso Robles Casino owner Donald Ezzell $500
  • Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce CEO Sunni Vogel Mullinax $200
  • Wisty Rorabacher of Greenfield $250
  • William Enholm, Coast National Bank employee $250
  • $300 of contributions from people who gave less than $100 each

 

Steve Gregory for City Council – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Jean Ross

  • Erskine Property Trust of Paso Robles $1,000
  • Thomas A. Schulz of Templeton $1,000
  • La Mirada Holding LP of Salinas $1,000
  • Jacob J. Huebner of San Luis Obispo of Huebner Enterprises $500
  • Carol A. Kiessig of Templeton $500
  • Donald G. Ezzell of Indian Wells, attorney-at-law $500
  • Barbara A. Lane $500
  • San Paso Truck Stop $350
  • Douglas Beckett, Peachy Canyon Winery owner $250
  • Home Builders Association of the Central Coast $250
  • Brezden Pest Control, Inc. $250
  • Robert Ferguson of Littleton, Colo., $200
  • Vince Vanderlip, Inc. of Templeton $200
  • James M. Gleim $200
  • Jeanne C. Serge-Strangman, teacher $200
  • Paso Robles Door & Trim $200
  • John Donaldson, Re/Max Parkside Realtor $150
  • Joel Peterson, Solterra Strategies marketing director $150
  • Edward S. Serge of Atascadero $150
  • Daniel J. Bergin of Bergin Heating & Air $100
  • Annette Grieco, RN at Twin Cities Community Hospital $100
  • Patricia A Stevens, attorney $100
  • Casey Biggs, actor $100
  • Katherine Barnett $100
  • Stacy Couture $100
  • Margie Danley $100
  • PR Cleaners & Laundry $100
  • Barbara George of Los Osos, retired Cuesta College administrator $100
  • Susan Bohner,  massage therapist $100
  • Jim Merzon of Templeton retired $100
  • Bruce White, self employed White Oak Development $100
  • Lynnedee Meade, self-employed with Althouse & Meade, Inc. $99
  • Althouse & Meade, Inc. $99
  • Steve Gregory gave himself two loans totaling $1,100

 

John Hamon for City Council – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Cathy Matthews

  • Tom Schulz of Templeton $1,000
  • La Mirada Holdings of Salinas, Mike Harrod builder $1,000
  • Aviation Consultants, Inc., Nathan Ross CFO $500
  • Charles Abe Flory $500
  • Dale Gomer of Paso Robles Waste/Rolloff $500
  • Randy and Nancy Flamm of Cambria, president of IQMS $400
  • Paso Robles Chevrolet, Lisa Lechuga $400
  • Tim Bryan, Realtor $300
  • Home Builders Association of the Central Coast, Travis Fuentez, HBACC PAC Chair $250
  • Gloria Willhoit, owner of Estrella Associations $250
  • Joseph d’Alessio $250
  • Richard Woodland, self-employed commercial property $200
  • Richard Runnels of DK Donuts $200
  • Patrick J. Sayne EdD of PRB Ed Solutions Services $150
  • Joel Peterson,  Solterra Strategies marketing director $150
  • Daniel Larson $100
  • Tom Apkarian $100
  • Dale Chavez, corrections officer at California Men’s Colony $100
  • Larry Ward of Templeton $100
  • Scott Laycock of Heritage Oaks Bank $100
  • Theodore Ontiveros $100
  • Mary Sayne of Educational Services $100
  • Casey Biggs, actor $100
  • Katherine Barnett, retired $100
  • Phillip and Tracy Cagliero of San Miguel, businessman $100
  • John Hamon gave himself a $1,000 loan

 

Non-monetary contributions

  • Miguel Ibarra, warehouse manager at Firestone Walker, LLC $250 in beverages
  • Debbie Lorenz of Park Place venue $750
  • Joel Peterson $150 in beverages

 

Duane Picanco for City Council – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Gwendolyn Erskine

  • Greengate Ranch and Vineyard LLC in SLO $2,500
  • David Crabtree of Templeton, broker at Sotheby’s Home & Ranch $2,500
  • La Mirada Holding LP $1,000
  • Nancy Glamm of Cambria, IQMS vice president $500
  • Noreen Martin of SLO CEO of Martin Resortss $300
  • Tim Bryan, Re/Max Realtor $300
  • Cindy Wittstrom, self-employed Rancho Santa Margarita $200
  • Lorraine Cagliero of San Miguel, Slash C Ranch self-employed $150
  • Richard Morton $150
  • Milton C. and Sandra Culver $100
  • Landsite, Inc. of Cayucos $100
  • Katherine Barnett $100
  • Phillip Cagliero of San Miguel, owner of Chaparral Business Machines $100
  • Scottt Davis of Sunnyvale, self-employed in construction $100
  • Carolyn Alonso, medical manager at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center $100
  • Kirsten Lane of Templeton $100
  • Marino Anila of Santa Maria, vineyard laborer $100

 

Non-monetary contributions

  • Committee to elect Duane Picanco Mayor $575 for filing fees
  • Country Real Estate Inc. web fees $16.75
  • Ravine Waterpark fundraiser $225
  • Viborg Sand & Gravel Inc. $2,045 for signs

 

Jim Reed for City Council – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Karen Reed

  • Karen Reed, clerical worker for state of California $2,106.48
  • John Texeira $603.59
  • Eras Construction, Inc. $500
  • Kost Radisavljevic of Templeton $325
  • Cody Ferguson $300
  • Republican Central Committee of San Luis Obispo County $250
  • James V. Shepard, James V. Shepard Co. $250
  • Ed Veek of Atascadero $150
  • Lynne Gamble $100
  • Lynn Compton of Nipomo, self-employed Valley Farm Supply $100
  • Richard Woodland, Woodland Properties $100

 

Steve Martin for Paso Robles Mayor – 2014 contributors

Treasurer Robert D. Curry

  • Ken V. Reif of Denver, Colo. attorney at Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association $1,000
  • Glen Smeltzer $500
  • Dale Gome of Paso Robles Waste Disposal $500
  • Richard J. Woodland of Woodland Management Company $500
  • Jeen Alvord of Atascadero $500
  • Noreen R. Martin of SLO and Martin Resorts $300
  • Harold and Gail Hansen $250
  • Home Builders Association of the Central Coast in SLO $250
  • Robert D. Curry $250
  • Wes Willhoit self-employed Estrella Associates Inc. $250
  • Richard J. Willhoit of Estrella Associates, Inc. $250
  • Casey Biggs, executive director of Paso Robles Performing Arts Center $150
  • Katherine Barnett $100
  • Gerald Sprouse $100
  • Michael and Carol Talen, owners Cold Stone Creamery $100
  • Charles and Betty Seaver, retired $100
  • Jack Chen/China Gourmet $100
  • Vince Vanderlip, general contractor $100
  • James M. Quinonez of Atascadero $100
  • Atascadero Mayor Thomas P. O’Malley/Portola Inn $100
  • Steve Martin for Paso Robles City Council 2013 $635.43

 

Non-monetary contributions

  • Casey Biggss $300 for wine and food for fundraiser
  • Steve and Debbie Arnold of Santa Margarita $250 for wine
  • Noreen Martin/Paso Robles Inn, meeting venue/food $722.39
  • Dana Merrill/Pomar Junction Winery of Templeton wine $260
  • Cory Black/Public Policy Solutions of SLO wine $250

 

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