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Audits

2013 Audit Selection

Candidate Committees

At the random drawing conducted on September 12, 2013, the following candidate committees were selected for audit:

Financial Activity Between $10,000 and $49,999
  • Environmental Health and Justice Campaign Fund (working to elect Bob Filner)
  • Christine Kehoe for Mayor 2012
  • Bryan Pease for City Council 2012
Financial Activity Between $50,000 and $99,999
Financial Activity of $100,000 or More
  • Carl DeMaio for Mayor 2012
  • Taxpayers for Carl DeMaio Mayor 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Too Extreme for San Diego-a committee to oppose Carl DeMaio for Mayor 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Ellis for Council 2012
  • Marti Emerald for City Council 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Bob Filner for Mayor 2012
  • San Diegans for Bob Filner for Mayor 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • San Diegans for Reform in Opposition to Bob Filner Mayor 2012 with major funding by the Lincoln Club of San Diego County and the Infrastructure PAC for the Associated General Contractors - Final Audit Report
  • San Diegans in Support of Bob Filner for Mayor 2012
  • Fletcher for Mayor 2012
  • Todd Gloria for City Council 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Kersey for Council 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Mat Kostrinsky for City Council 2012 - Final Audit Report
  • Sherman for City Council 2012 - Final Audit Report

Ballot Measure Committees

At the random drawing conducted on September 12, 2013, the following ballot measure committees were selected for audit:

Financial Activity Between $10,000 and $49,999
  • San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (SD Chamber PAC) - Final Audit Report
Financial Activity of $100,000 or More
  • Citizens for Patient Rights, sponsored by the Patient Care Association, an association of medicinal cannabis patients and patient organizations
  • Comprehensive Pension Reform for San Diego (CPR for San Diego) with major funding by San Diegans for Pension Reform and The Lincoln Club of San Diego County, advocates for responsible city finances - Final Audit Report
  • Just Say No, San Diego a sponsored committee of the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council, AFL-CIO
  • San Diegans for Great Schools with major funding provided by CAC advisory Services LLC & Dr. Irwin Jacobs
  • San Diegans for Pension Reform - Final Audit Report
  • San Diego Consumer for Choice, sponsored by Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
  • Taxpayers to Preserve Community Jobs, No on Measure A, sponsored by labor and management organizations