Ian Anderson 2 p.m., Oct. 22
Filner Moves Funds Between Mayoral and Congressional Campaign Committees
Democratic Congressman Bob Filner is running for mayor these days, but his old congressional campaign finance committee just keeps on chugging along.
According to its most recent filing, dated October 15 and covering the period between July 1 and September 30, the committee took in total contributions of $7045, had net operating expenses of $3764, and ended with cash on hand of $5457.
Receipts included $1000 from the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers; $2500 from San Diego PAC; and $500 from UPS PAC.
$2000 came in from the Hoyer for Congress committee and $1000 from Pastor for Arizona, both on September 21.
Steny Hoyer is a Democratic congressman from Maryland. Ed Pastor, an Arizona congressman, is also a Democrat.
The Bob Filner for Mayor 2012 committee was listed as the source of $4500 on July 26, reported to be a "reimbursement of deposit for fundraising event."
The committee paid $4055 in salary to Kim Piker, listed on Linkedin as finance director at Bob Filner for Congress.
Web developer Shubhayan IT & Corporate Services of Beverly Hills was paid $550.
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