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2019 Audit Selection

At the random drawing conducted on September 12, 2019, the following committees were selected for audit:

Candidate Committees

(listed alphabetically by candidate's last name)

  • Neal Arthur for Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Jordan Beane for City Council 2018
  • Dr. Jen Campbell for City Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Public Integrity League Opposed to Jen Campbell for City Council 2018, sponsored by The Lincoln Club of San Diego County - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Cate for Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Independent Leadership Coalition Supporting Chris Cate for Council 2018, sponsored by and with major funding from San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee and The Lincoln Club of San Diego County - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Tommy Hough for City Council 2018
  • Antonio Martinez for City Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Working Families for a Better San Diego, sponsored by Working Families Council, supporting Antonio Martinez for City Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Monica Montgomery for City Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • We the People for Monica Montgomery D4 City Council 2018
  • Vivian Moreno for City Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Bryan Pease for City Council 2018
  • Lorie Zapf for Council 2018 - PDF icon Final Audit Report

Ballot Measure Committees

(listed alphabetically by committee name)

  • GOAL San Diego: Yes on E, No on G, sponsored by MLS SD Pursuit - PDF icon Final Audit Report
  • Public Land, Public Benefit, No on E, Yes on G, a coalition of San Diego taxpayers, community planners, local business, and education, park & environmental advocates
  • San Diegans for the Common Good
  • Stand for Jobs, Stop the Vacation Rental Ban.  Supported by Share San Diego.  Committee major funding from AirBnB, Expedia.
  • Yes! For a Better San Diego - supported by a coalition of downtown tourism and lodging organizations, civic and community activists, organized labor, and homeless advocates.  Sponsored by the San Diego Lodging Industry Association, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Imperial Counties Labor Council
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