Place 5 Contributions & Expenditure Reports

Bobbie Enriquez

Total Contributions: $11,490
Total Expenditures: $6,940

Figures From Jan. 1 -- March 24: Total Contributions: $11,490
Total Expenditures: $6,940

Contributions from PACs: Austin Firefighter Assoc. of Professional Firefighters PAC Fund.

Contributions from Law Firms: None

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: None

Notable Contributions: Engineer Yvonne Gil, $500; police officer Hector Polanco, $500; business owner Andrew Ramirez, $500; Pflugerville resident Becky Rodriquez, $500; consultant William Tilney, $500. Former Texas Dept. of Commerce director Cathy Bonner, $250; engineer Caesar Arizpe, $250; and business owner and Capital Metro chair Michael VonOhlen, $250; business owner Ramon Carrasquillo, $250; engineer Joe Hernandez, $250; consultant Hector Gutierrez, $150; attorney James Cousar, $125.


Karen Hadden

Total Contributions: $5,450
Total Expenditures: $4,547

Figures From Jan. 1-March 24: Total Contributions: $5,450
Total Expenditures: $4,547

Contributions from PACs: None

Contributions from Law Firms: None

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: None

Notable Contributions: Writer/researcher Scott Henson, $100; Hadden volunteer Sam Bollinger, $100; transportation activist Roger Baker, $100; investor/S.O.S. member Kirk Mitchell, $100; homeless advocate Richard Troxell, $100; UT history professor Standish Meacham, $100; Austin Community Access Center P.R. Jim Ellinger, $20; activist Robert Singleton, $13; environmentalist/former city council candidate Mary Arnold, $25; campaign finance reform advocate Linda Curtis, $25.


Gus Peña

Total Contributions: $1,430
Total Expenditures: $1,101

Figures From Jan. 1 -- March 24: Total Contributions: $1,430
Total Expenditures: $1,101

Contributions from PACs: None

Contributions from Law Firms: None

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: None

Notable Contributions: The Ramirez Co., $300; Joe's Grocery owners Joe and Vera Acosta, $100.


Bill Spelman

Total Contributions: $12,320
Total Expenditures: $10,829

Figures From Jan. 1 -- March 24: Total Contributions: $12,320
Total Expenditures: $10,829

Contributions from PACs: None

Contributions from Law Firms: None

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: None

Notable Contributions: Computer software owner David MacDonald, $500; homemaker Dorothy Powers, $500; SOS legal counsel Bill Bunch $230; environmentalist Mary Arnold, $250; S.O.S.'er Kirk Mitchell, $250; community activist Adel Hay Fath, $125; community activist Creekmore Fath, $125; Sierra Club leader Richard Kallerman, $25; UT professor Robert S. Boyer, $25; political consultant Todd Main, $25; UT professor Standish Meacham, $100; Democratic honcho Mary Beth Rogers, $100.


Manuel Zuniga

Total Contributions: $53,742
Total Expenditures: $42,831

Figures From Jan. 1 -- March 24: Total Contributions: $41,982
Total Expenditures: $27,385

Contributions from PACs: Texas Horizons PAC, $1,000; BM&OH-Electro-PAC, $1,000; Small, Craig & Werkenthin PAC, $1,000; Southern Union Co. PAC, $500; Bank One Good Government Committee PAC, $250; Austin Assoc. of Professional Firefighters PAC, $30.

Contributions from Law Firms: Strasburger & Price, $1,000.

Contributions from Real Estate and Developer Interests: Truss builder Eleuterio Loredo, $500; developer Pete Lamy, $500; William F. Burrow, $500; real estate investor John Lewis, $250; homebuilder Bill Milburn, $2,000; commercial real estate firm owner Joe Duncan, $250; general contractor Neel White, $250; real estate investor Jim Moritz, $1,000; property manager Robert Hughes, $250; builder Larry Peel, $1,000; real estate investor John Byram, $1,000.

Notable Contributions: Attorney Hector DeLeon, $500; attorney Mike Willatt, $500; enviro engineer Thomas Joyce, $500; architect Matt Kreisle, $500; Capital Metro tax roll-back advocate Gerald Daugherty, $250; investor/retired Navy Admiral Bobby Inman, $250; Heritage Title owner Gary Farmer, $1,000; banker Joe Long, $500; former UT football coach Darrell and Edith Royal, $200.

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