Oakland

November 6, 2018 election
Content last updated Dec. 4, 2019

Cat Brooks

Cat Brooks
Executive/Community Organizer | Sheilagh Polk “Cat Brooks” for Mayor 2018
This candidate has agreed to voluntary spending limits. The maximum contribution this candidate can accept is $800 from any individual, business entity, committee or other organization and $1,600 from a qualified broad-based committee. A question mark in circle indicating additional information

For more on Oakland contribution limits and campaign rules, see the Public Ethics Commission Candidate Resources page.

Contributions: $191,190
Expenditures: $196,791
Current balance: ($5,601)
Money coming in

Contributions

$191,190
Committee
$6.1K
$6.1K
Individual
$142K
$142K
Unitemized
$40K
$40K
Other (includes Businesses)
$3.2K
$3.2K

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Money going out

Expenditures

$196,791
Print Ads
$2.0K
$2.0K
Phone Banks
$2.7K
$2.7K
Contribution
$100
$100
Office Expenses
$14K
$14K
Fundraising Events
$1.6K
$1.6K
Campaign Consultants
$55K
$55K
Member Communications
$8.4K
$8.4K
Meetings and Appearances
$1.6K
$1.6K
Campaign Workers' Salaries
$14K
$14K
Campaign Paraphernalia/Misc.
$9.5K
$9.5K
Candidate Filing/Ballot Fees
$1.0K
$1.0K
Campaign Literature and Mailings
$27K
$27K
Candidate Travel, Lodging, and Meals
$1.5K
$1.5K
Postage, Delivery and Messenger Services
$11K
$11K
Professional Services (Legal, Accounting)
$31K
$31K
T.V. or Cable Airtime and Production Costs
$9.6K
$9.6K
Information Technology Costs (Internet, E-mail)
$3.8K
$3.8K
Money coming in

Contributions

$191,190
Out of State
6%
6%
Within Oakland
47%
47%
Within California
24%
24%
Independent expenditures supporting candidate $2,363 A question mark in circle indicating additional information

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Spending breakdown by committee

In opposition of the candidate