With a May 22 campaign finance filing deadline come and gone, one side of the Measure A race has not turned in its paperwork.
The Del Norte-Jefferson Committee for Measure A, which is urging voters to vote in favor of the county’s advisory measure, has not filed its reports, according to the Del Norte County Clerk/Recorder’s Office.
Measure A asks Del Norte County voters to offer their opinion on whether the Board of Supervisors should approve a declaration to withdraw from the state of California and form the state of Jefferson.
According to County Clerk Alissia Northrup, not reporting recent financial information can cause a candidate to be reported to the California Fair Political Practices Commission.
Paperwork was filed by Keep It California-No on Measure A, which opposes Jefferson state.
Its report shows it has received $4,168 in monetary contributions and has spent $3,842 as of May 17. The committee has an ending cash balance of $326.
Keep It California’s largest contributors include $1,000 from the Del Norte Democratic Central Committee and $300 from District 2 Supervisor Martha McClure. The committee also received $1,378 in unitemized contributions less than $100.
As for expenditures, the Keep It California campaign has spent $1,530 in Triplicate ads and $1,858 to BiCoastal Media for radio ads.