Currently, there are multiple campaign committees that are either supporting or opposing the recall of various elected officials in San Francisco. During the period when signatures are being gathered to qualify a measure or recall for the ballot, committees that are supporting or opposing the measure or recall are required to file bi-monthly statements disclosing their finances. The tables below show campaign finance data reported by these committees.
For more information about financial disclosures required during the signature gathering process, refer to the section on “Disclosure During Signature Gathering Periods” on the committee reporting requirements page.
The tables below provide information about the contributions that have been received by the committees. The tables are separated by itemized contributions (Table 1) and unitemized contributions (Table 2). Under state law, committees only need to disclose the source of a contribution if the source gives $100 or more to the committee. Contributions under $100 can be reported by the committee in one lump sum.
Table 1: Itemized Contributions (contributions of $100 or more)
Table 2: Total Unitemized Contributions (contributions less than $100)
Committees with these names are represented in the above tables:
- Committee Supporting the Recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin
- San Franciscans for Public Safety Supporting the Recall of Chesa Boudin
- Friends of Chesa Boudin Opposing the Recall
- San Franciscans Against the Recall of Chesa Boudin sponsored by Real Justice PAC
- Recall School Board Members Lopez, Collins, & Moliga
- COMMITTEE TO SUPPORT THE RECALL OF BOARD OF EDUCATION COMMISSIONERS LOPEZ, COLLINS, AND MOLIGA
Datasets containing each Form 460 Schedule can be found on the Campaign Finance Datasets page, and pdf versions of the filings can be found on the Ethics Commission’s Campaign Finance Statements page.