Today, three candidates are on the ballot in the 48th Assembly District, and one candidate, Roger Hernandez, leads them all in financial contributions toward his campaign.
With contributions from PACs, corporations and Native American and healthcare groups, Hernandez's campaign contributions are far ahead of his opponents.
Another candidate, Joe Gardner, did not have any campaign records filed with the state - according to state officials.
Each of the donors listed below comes from the latest reporting period where records are available on the Secretary of State's website. To see full records for any candidate, click on the 'full records' link below his or her name.
Total Contributions: $101,522.90
Overview: Native American tribes, corporations and healthcare groups make up Hernandez’s long list of contributors.
State Building & Construction Trades Council of CA - $3,900
California Association of Health Plans PAC - $3,900
Genentech Inc. - $3,900
San Francisco Laborer’s Local - $3,900
District Council of Iron Workers Political Action League - $3,900.00
United Nurses Association of California Union of Health Care Professionals PAC - $3,900
California Optometric Pac - $3,000
Barona Band of Mission Indians - $2,500
Evergreen Energy Solutions LLC - $2,500
Los Angeles County medical Association PAC - $2,500
Pala Band of Mission Indians - $2,500
Fabian Nunez For Treasurer 2012 - $2,500
State Building & Construction Trades Council of California PAC - $2,500
California Bankers Association State PAC - $2,409.21
Genentech Inc. - $2,400
California Healthcare Institute PAC - $2,116.75
Viejas Tribal Government - $2,000
Pacific Egg & Poultry Association PAC - $2,000
Time Warner Cable Shared Service Center - $2,000
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation - $2,000
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians - $2,000
Verizon Communications Inc. Good Government Club California - $1,950
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians - $1,900
Waste Management - $2,000
Yocah Dehe Wintun Nation - $1,900
Viejas Tribal Government - $1,900
Total Contributions: $7,166.45
Overview: Meza is relying on a self-funded campaign.
- Mike Meza & Associates (Loan) - $7,166.45