Two days after an Alameda resident filed a complaint this week with the Fair Political Practices Commission that the group behind a ballot measure set for an April special election failed to disclose who is funding their campaign, they filed not one, but two finance reports. In late April, Friends of Crab Cove began their … Continue reading ALAMEDA: After complaint, group behind special election initiative reveals who’s funding their campaign
Friends of Crab Cove, the proponents of a ballot measure set to come before voters at a special election next April, have never filed a campaign finance report since their effort began eight months ago. In response, an Alameda resident filed a complaint with the statewide Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Tuesday, saying the group … Continue reading Backers of Alameda special election initiative are hiding behind ‘cloak of secrecy,’ says complaint
David Bonaccorsi, the former Fremont councilmember who lost his seat during last month's election, admitted to violating the state's Election Code by failing to report income of $10,000 or more to his law firm on four separate occasions. The complaint against Bonaccorsi was lodged on Aug. 31 by his council opponent, Jenny Kassan (pictured below), … Continue reading FREMONT: Bonaccorsi admits to four FPPC violations, will pay fine
Former councilmember and top landlord had previously alleged 238 campaign finance violations
Slate responds to FPPC complaint with flyer depicting San Leandro landlord as Pinocchio's puppet master.
Altogether, the number of alleged campaign finance violations is potentially more than 200.
Alameda council candidate Tony Daysog learned a thing from two years ago--get ahead of the story.
Bonaccorsi says Kassan is an attempting to distract from her own conflict of interest.
FPPC appeared compelled to issue a larger fine against Peggy Moore's 2016 Oakland council campaign