City Council Candidate Frank Ury is the only candidate who spent more than $1,000 and has no debt.
Councilman Ury received $1,000 from the California Real Estate Political Action Committee. He received $1,000 from Christopher Townsend of Laguna Hills, owner of Townsend Public Affairs. Another $1,000 was given to him by the Orange County Auto Dealers Association.
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Ury received $5,000 from UDR, a realtor that has been approved to demolish the former K-Mart building in order to build 320 apartments on Los Alisos.
The Orange County Business Council donated $1,000 to Ury's campaign.
Ury has spent about $2,000 on political signs. He spent about $1,500 on political consulting, about $1,000 on Patch.com for political advertising, and another $11,270 on slate card mail. Another $500 was spent at Councilman Dave Leckness's Kwik Kopy Printing for brochures.
Here's a breakdown of campaign expenses and contributions from state forms submitted in early October:Candidate Contributions This Year Contributions July-Sept Expenses This Year Expenses July-Sept Campaign Debt Wendy Bucknum $33,557.36 $17,196 $27,399 $24,532 $204.13 Ed Sachs $15,275.11 $14,942.41 $10,395.11 Cathy Schlicht $28,109.40 $6,123.40 $29,338.39 $12,867 $13,201 Frank Ury $23,048 $12,899 $19,274 $18,794 $0