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Sheriff’s race contributions


List of people and organizations contributing $1,000 or more to candidates in the El Dorado County sheriff’s race. List includes both monetary and non-monetary contributions reported between Oct. 1, 2001, and Feb. 16, 2002. Total may reflect multiple donations:


El Dorado County Deputy Sheriffs Assocation political action committee $10,100

Sgt. James Pullen $6,000

Chuck Holland, Gold Country Bail Bonds, Placerville $4,355

Fred Schmidt, retired, Placerville $1,152

Peace Officers Association, Sacramento $1,000

Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs $1,000

Total $1,000+ contributions $23,607

Contributions from all sources $78,234

Percentage $1,000+ contributions 30 percent


Michelle Hitchcock, retired, Zephyr Cove $14,579

Committee to Elect Hal Barker $14,000

John Mooney, chiropractor, Placerville $7,600

Steve Beneto, Beneto Construction, West Sacramento $5,000

Western Sign Co., Diamond Springs $4,100

Carolyn Gaspar, retired, Placerville $1,650

James Neves, retired, S. Lake Tahoe $1,300

Hal Barker, sheriff, Camino $1,075

Lou Barber & Assoc., El Dorado Hills $1,000

Folsom Lake Ford, Folsom $1,000

“Rico” Oller for Senate, campaign fund $1,000

Robert Sylvester, Shingle Springs $1,000

Michael Cimorelli, Cimorelli Construction, El Dorado Hills $1,000

Sheffield Ltd., Cameron Park $1,000

Thompson’s Auto & Truck Center, Placerville $1,000

Total $1,000+ contributions $56,304

Contributions from all sources $116,812

Percentage $1,000+ contributions 48 percent

Source: Campaign disclosure statements filed with El Dorado County Elections Department.

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