Dave Druker | 10th Street
In the November 2012 election in Del Mar there were three candidates running for City Council. Because there were three seats open for the council, all of the candidates were automatically elected. Sherryl Parks raised $3099 and spent $1240. Al Corti loaned his campaign $2,520, spent less than $100 and gave Yes on Prop J $1,050. Don Mosier raised $459 and spent $459.
Of course, the major fund raising and spending was on Prop J. The Yes on J campaign raised and spent $53,442.82. The average contribution was $848.30 with 13 contributions over $1,000 including 5 over $5,000. There were 39 contributions under $100. A total of 63 separate people or families contributed to the campaign. Some of the contributions were in kind for providing services.
The No on J campaign raised and spent $17,950.73 (1/3 of Yes on J). The average contribution was $227.22 with only two $1000 contributions. There were 63 contributions between $100 and $754.73 and 16 under $100. A total of 79 separate people or families contributed to the campaign.