Ethics Commission
City and County of San Francisco

2010 Committees Randomly Selected for Audit

At its meeting of February 14, 2011, the Ethics Commission randomly selected seven committees to be audited.  These seven committees were selected from a pool of 76 committees that were active in elections during the calendar year 2010.  The audit pool of 76 committees was categorized into two levels of financial activity with three committees selected from Financial Activity Level 1 ($100,000 or below) and four committees selected from Financial Activity Level 2 (above $100,000).  The seven committees that were selected are as follows:

No.Committee NameFPPC ID Number
1Standing up to Save San Francisco – No on Measures B and K / Yes on Measures J and N, a coalition of Teachers, Nurses, Public School Parents and Labor Organizations1329703
2Phil Ting for Assessor 20101316861
3SF Forward Sponsored by San Francisco Chamber of Commerce891575
4San Francisco Labor & Neighbor Member Education / Political Issues Committee, sponsored by the San Francisco Labor Council970630
5Noe Valley Democratic Club963103
6Protect Our Benefits990028
7Laura Spanjian for Supervisor 20101321119

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