Measure T Reports In
The two sides of the Measure T issue have filed their finance reports. No way to tell how much from the YES side came from out of county, but they waxed the NO side in contributions taking in $9,773 to the NO side's $2503. That's almost a four to one ratio.
Of course, the NO side was going by a self imposed $500 contribution limit whereas the YES side took whatever they could get.
Should make an easy choice for those of you concerned about money in politics and campaign finance reform; Vote against the big money. Vote NO on Measure T.