Denver City Council District 11

Christine M. Alonzo

On the ballot via petition.

Website: no website given to County Clerk

Amount Raised (loans excluded):   $10,467

Number of Contributions:  95

Average Contribution: $110.18

In-State Individual Contributions:  85.91%

Non-individuals:  $400

Anonymous:  $0

Loans: $0

Self-funded (loans excluded): $550

% Self-funded (loans included):  5.25%

% from individuals (anonymous excluded):  96.18%


Special Interest Contributions

$150 -- Lord Brothers    

$250 -- Duran for Colorado Leadership Fund

Stacie Gilmore (incumbent)

On ballot via petition.

Website: www.votestaciegilmore.com

Amount Raised (loans excluded):  $82,282

Number of Contributions:  228

Average Contribution: $360.89

In-State Individual Contributions:  33.64%

Non-individuals:  $44,150

Anonymous:  $0

Loans: $0

Self-funded (loans excluded): $0

% Self-funded (loans included):  0%

% from individuals (anonymous excluded):  46.34%


Special Interest Contributions

 $300  --  Entitlement & Engineering Solutions, Inc. 

 $500  --  The Stanton Soluntion, LLC 

 $500  --  Noris Design, Inc. 

 $750  --  CP Bedrock LLC 

 $500  --  Village Homes 

 $1,000  --  Gateway Business Park, LLc 

 $1,000  --  Oakwood Homes LLC 

 $1,000  --  CRL Associates, Inc. 

 $1,000  --  Strategic Capital Partners, LLLP 

 $1,000  --  The Pachner Company, LLC 

 $1,000  --  Colorado Association of Mechnacial & Plumbing Contractors 

 $500  --  Village Homes 

 $1,000  --  Pipefitters Local NO. 208 

 $500  --  Colorado Automobile Dealers Association 

 $500  --  United 

 $250  --  BBF Gateway, LLC 

 $500  --  KSE Elitch Gardens/Revesco 

 $250  --  Terracina Design  

 $1,000  --  FC Stapleton II LLC 

 $500  --  Westside Property Investment Co, Inc. 

 $500  --  Papay Cabaret Inc Corporate 

 $500  --  Innovative Retail Group 

 $500  --  SMT Investors Limited Partnership 

 $500  --  Norris Design, Inc. 

 $1,000  --  Independent District Engineering Services, LLC 

 $1,000  --  Premier Facility Constructors 

 $250  --  Entitlement & Engineering Solutions, Inc. 

 $500  --  Premier Earthworks & Infrastructure, Inc. 

 $1,000  --  Standard Parking 

 $500  --  Comcast 

 $500  --  BOWIP Partners, LLC 

 $1,000  --  LS Gallegos and Associates, Inc.  

 $250  --  Erie Land Company, LLC 

 $500  --  ACM High Point VI, LLC 

 $500  --  HSS, Inc.  

 $500  --  Rocky Mt. Chapter, NECA 

 $500  --  Plumbers Local No. 3 

 $1,000  --  Apartment Association of Metro Denver 

 $500  --  Comcast 

 $500  --  Bedrock Leasing, Corp. 

 $500  --  A Massage II Inc. 

 $1,000  --  Gilmore Construction 

 $1,000  --  East West Partners, Inc. 

 $500  --  Kabod Coffee 

 $500  --  Airport Hospitality Services, LLC 

 $500  --  Quiz DIA Holdings, LLC 

 $1,000  --  Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 

 $500  --  Iron Woman Construction & Environmental Services 

 $100  --  CRJ Ventures 

 $1,000  --  Sky Blue Builders 

 $1,000  --  Revesco Properties 

$500 --  Concessions Denver, LLC 

$1,000 -- REALTOR Candidate Political Action Committee

$1,000 -- Metro Housing Coalition Political Committee

$500 -- United Mine Workers of America

$1,000 -- Evergreen Devco

$1,000 -- Spanos Family Management

$1,000 -- Stonebridge Companies 

$1,000 -- Healthier Colorado

$1,000 -- Denver Fire Fighters Local 858 PAC Fund

$500 -- IKE Smart City LLC

$500 -- Laborers International Union of North America

$1,000 -- William Lyon Homes

Shayla Richard

Not on the ballot -- insufficient on petitions.

Website: no website given to County Clerk

 Amount Raised (loans excluded): $8,037.57

Number of Contributions:  114

Average Contribution: $70.51

In-State Individual Contributions:  91.02%

Non-individuals:  $0

Anonymous:  $0

Loans: $0

Self-funded (loans excluded): $245

% Self-funded (loans included):  3.05%

% from individuals (anonymous excluded):  100%

 

All figures are from funds raised January 1, 2016 - March 31, 2019

Data drawn from Denver Elections Division


 Note: Due to a reporting peculiarity for Denver elections, our figures for the percentage of contributions that come from in-state does not include non-individual contributions as in-state contributions. So if a candidate is taking contributions from corporations and political action committees (PACs), those contributions are not figured as in-state. As a result, we are adjusting that data point and referring to it as "In-State Individual Contributions" when candidates have non-individual contributions in their reports.   

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