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By Kristina Pritchett
Dana Point City Council candidates filed the second round of campaign fundraising and expense reports.
As of Oct. 22, the filing deadline, Michelle Brough has raised the most money, according to the campaign reports.
The candidates are listed in the order their names will appear on the ballot.
Nadia Khalil filed a Form 470, which states she will not spend or receive more than $2,000, therefore she did not have any other campaign statements to file.
Debra Lewis has received $5,004 in monetary contributions from Craig Williamson, Dee Dee Blair, Raymond Payne, Betty Hill, Orange County League of Conservation Voters, Preeti Mathur, Cristine Lindenfelser, David Demshur, Tavia Cantarini, Corene Bauman and Roger E. Budris.
Her expenditures total $2,900.23 including payments to Smart Levels for campaign literature and mailings, USPS for postage, delivery and messenger services and Mail Chimp for information technology costs.
Paul Wyatt has received $5,147 in monetary contributions from Orange County League of Conservation Voters, Orange County Professional Firefighters Assoc., Craig Williamson, Betty Hill, Ross Como, Preeti Mathur, Cristine Lindefelser and David Demshur.
His expenditures total $2,828.18, including payments to Smart Levels for campaign literature and mailings, USPS for postage, delivery and messenger services and Mail Chimp for information technology costs.
Penny Maynard has received $573 in monetary contributions from Nicole Robertson and Joseph Strohman Jr. Maynard has also received a $1,000 loan from herself.
Her expenditures total $1,126 including payments to Pacific Sign Company and Vista Print for campaign paraphernalia, and the Dana Point Times for print ads. Maynard also made a $50 payment to Michelle Brough’s campaign.
Michelle Brough has received $12,585 in monetary contributions from Bill Brough State Assembly 2016, CA Real Estate PAC, Harkey for Board of Equalization 2018, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Maurice Hansen, Tom Volkmann, Metro RCT, Inc., Roy Dohner, Bart Claus, Harold R. Kaufman, Patricia B. MacDonald, Michael Grant Capital Inc., Laura D. Muller, Carlos N. Olvera, Enzo Scogmaniglio, Jose Soto, Francine E. VanDivier, Preeti Mathur, David Demshur, Cristine Lindenfelser, South Orange County Economic Coalition PAC, Stephen B. Gross, Jim Miller, Janis C. Soto, Ronald R. Soto, William B. Wykpisz, CA Womens Leadership Assn. and Sempra Energy.
She has received nonmonetary contributions from herself and Gus Gialamas for an Oct. 2 event cost.
Her expenditures total $9,554.19 including payments to COSD South Signs for campaign paraphernalia, Capitol Tech Solutions for office expenses, Continuing the Republic Revolution and United Taxpayers of Orange County for campaign literature and mailings, Sarah Hanks and Brian Harrington for campaign consultants, Vistaeva and 3AM Communications for campaign literature and mailings, Campaign Compliance Group for professional services, and Capitol Tech Solutions for office expenses.
Brough currently has unpaid bills to herself, Pacific Political and Kwik Kopy Printing.
The last round of finances will be filed after the election.