Oakland

November 6, 2018 election
Content last updated Jan. 5, 2020

Pamela Harris

Pamela Harris
Non-Profit Finance Professional | Pamela Harris for Oakland City Council 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: $71,451
Public financing received: A question mark in circle indicating additional information

Eligible City Council candidates may apply for public funds to reimburse certain campaign expenses. Learn more from the Public Ethics Commission’s Public Financing Program.

$18,345
Expenditures: $87,225
Loans: $6,000
Current balance: ($21,774)
Money coming in

Contributions

$71,451
Committee
$5.0K
$5.0K
Individual
$48K
$48K
Unitemized
$9.1K
$9.1K
Self Funding
$100
$100
Other (includes Businesses)
$2.8K
$2.8K

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Money going out

Expenditures

$87,225
Phone Banks
$586
$586
Contribution
$158
$158
Office Expenses
$3.9K
$3.9K
Fundraising Events
$874
$874
Campaign Consultants
$23K
$23K
Member Communications
$117
$117
Meetings and Appearances
$1.4K
$1.4K
Campaign Paraphernalia/Misc.
$3.7K
$3.7K
Candidate Filing/Ballot Fees
$1.0K
$1.0K
Campaign Literature and Mailings
$40K
$40K
Candidate Travel, Lodging, and Meals
$453
$453
Postage, Delivery and Messenger Services
$3.9K
$3.9K
T.V. or Cable Airtime and Production Costs
$649
$649
Information Technology Costs (Internet, E-mail)
$1.6K
$1.6K
Money coming in

Contributions

$71,451
Out of State
9%
9%
Within Oakland
46%
46%
Within California
22%
22%
Independent expenditures supporting candidate $435 A question mark in circle indicating additional information

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Spending breakdown by committee

In opposition of the candidate