Guerra outpacing Nguyen in fundraising in closely watched District 10 California Assembly race

Recent filings with the California Secretary of State, Eric Guerra continues outpacing Stephanie Nguyen in fundraising for the District 10 California Assembly seat. The two Democratic city council members are competing for the open seat.

Since our last report on September 9, Nguyen has received five contributions totaling $10,800. In that time, Guerra gathered 22 donations from 21 entities and individuals for $69,500. 

Nguyen's donations include:
  • E-W Services, Inc - $4,900
  • Women in Power (WIP) PAC - $2,400
  • Cristina Garcia for Secretary of State 2030 - $2,500
  • Paramjit Takhar - $1,000
Guerra's larger contributions include:
  • Pacific Coast Investments, Inc. - $4,900 
  • United Food and Commercial Workers 8 Golden State PAC (UFCW) - $4,900
  • Nick Avdis, Attorney - $4,900
  • Los Rios College Federation of Teachers Political Action Fund Committee - $4,900
  • National Union of Healthcare Workers Candidate Committee for Quality Patient Care and Union Democracy - $4,900
  • Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians - $4,900
  • VOICE, International Union of Operating Engineers Local 39 - $4,900 
  • Park West Casinos, Inc - $3,900
  • Local 1245 IBEW Executive Board - $3,000
  • California Nations Indian Gaming Association Sovereignty Protection Fund - $2,500 
  • BNSF Railway Company - $2,500
  • Abbott Laboratories Employee Federal PAC - $2,900
  • Women Democrats of Sacramento County -  $1,500
  • Privacy PAC: NARAL Pro-Choice California - $1,500
In addition to each candidate's campaign messaging, independent expenditure committees will reportedly play an active role during the campaign. During the primary, Nguyen was targeted by the Housing Providers for Responsible Solutions (HPRS) group, which received funding from the California Association of Realtors and the California Apartment Association.  

HPRS spent $73,162 opposing Nguyen and $82,846 supporting Guerra. Both expenditures were for mailers.  

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