The two major San Diego mayoral candidates who didn't release campaign fundraising totals last week filed disclosures before Tuesday’s deadline.
San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis raised $314,780 from July through the end of 2011, the second filing period of the campaign, giving her a total of $471,387 raised during the year. Her campaign currently has a cash balance of $275,547, along with $36,352 in outstanding debt, giving it $239,195 cash available.
One of three Republicans in the race, Dumanis is in third place in fundraising among the four main candidates.
Congressman Bob Filner, the lone Democrat in the race, received $111,427 in contributions during the six-month fundraising period. He has now raised a total of $213,487 since the beginning of the campaign.
Filner’s cash balance is presently $41,444 and he has $15,918 in outstanding debt, giving him $25,526 cash on hand.
Late last week, San Diego City Councilmember Carl DeMaio and Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, both Republicans, preemptively released their hauls for the period, revealing that they’re comfortably in first and second in fundraising for the mayoral race.
DeMaio raised $431,284 in the latest period, giving him $976,315 raised to date, while Fletcher brought in $424,770 in the second half of the year, bringing his total raised to $744,777.
With a cash balance of $814,768 and outstanding debts of $62,779, DeMaio’s campaign currently has $751,989 available.
Fletcher’s current cash balance is $553,070 with $20,777 in outstanding debt, giving him $532,293 cash on hand.