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Santa Monica Election Contributions, Loans For Candidates Published Online:

With three and a half weeks to go until the Nov. 6 election, the Santa Monica City Clerk’s office has posted the latest campaign disclosures on its website for the City Council, School Board, and Rent Control Board candidates.

The next and final date candidates must submit their campaign filings is Oct. 25.

Detailed documents can be found about who is contributing money, who is receiving money, and how it is being spent.

To research campaign contributions and expenditures, review campaign statements filed by candidates, and examine a committee’s filing history, click here to visit the Public Access Portal.

Here are the candidates for the three races listed in order of most money in their campaign pockets.

City Council Campaign Disclosures

— Frank Gruber: $58,196 (Monetary contributions: $37,196 / $21,000 loan to himself)

— Terry O’Day: $40,680 (Monetary contributions)

— Ted Winterer: $34,739 (Monetary contributions: $34,239 / $500 loan to himself)

— Shari Davis: $33,773.56 (Monetary contributions)

— Davis: $28,109 (Monetary contributions)

— Richard McKinnon: $15,355 (Monetary contributions $4,855 / $10,500 loan to himself)

— Tony Vazquez: $11,142 (Monetary contributions: $7,142 / $4,000 loan to himself)

— John C. Smith: $9,081 (Monetary contributions: $875 / $8,206 loan to himself)

— Steve Duron: $2,615 (Monetary contributions)

— Robert Seldon: $1,050 (Monetary contributions: $1,000 / $50 loan)

— Terence Later: $0

— Roberto Gomez: $0

— Jerry Rubin: $0

— Jonathan Mann: $0

— Armen Melkonians: $0

Rent Control Board

— Robert Kronovet: $10,652 (Monetary contributions: $5,952 / $4,700 loan to himself)

— Christopher Walton: $225 (loan to himself)

— Ilse Rosenstein: $0

SMMUSD School Board

— Committee to elect Craig Foster, Seth Jacobson, Karen Farrer: $30,500 (Monetary contributions $500 / three $10,000 loans each to themselves)

— Jose Escarce: $8,325 (Monetary contributions: $4,825 / $3,500 loan to himself)

— Maria Leon-Vazquez: $3,185 (Monetary contributions)

— Ben Allen: $1,250 (Monetary contributions)

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