Who Paid the Bills for the Mailers Opposing the Proposed Charter (Measure I-12) in Grover Beach? No One.

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The No on Measure I-12 campaign created a web site and sent two mailers to voters in the City of Grover Beach urging them to vote against Measure I-12, which would enact a charter for the City of Grover Beach. What does it reveal about this mysterious campaign?

Campaign Finance Report No on I-12 Charter for Grover Beach Expenditures

Campaign Finance Report No on I-12 Charter for Grover Beach Expenditures

No on Measure I-12 submitted a campaign finance report through October 20, 2012 to the City of Grover Beach that indicates expenditures of $4,369: $3750 to Allied Printing Company in Sacramento and $619 to Valencia Design Studio in San Francisco.

Campaign Finance Report No on I-12 Charter for Grover Beach - Union Donors

Campaign Finance Report No on I-12 Charter for Grover Beach – Union Donors

Only $2500 has come in for the campaign so far: $1500 from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local Union No. 639 and $1000 from the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local Union No. 403. Looks like there’s some debt to be paid!

Who’s going to wait until after the election to pay off the debt? How clever…

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