First campaign finance reports expected April 10

Staff Writer

moneyWith election season now in full swing, political signs and advertisements are again becoming ubiquitous in the community, so too is the need to report campaign contributions and expenditures that makes all the hoopla possible.

Candidates for the upcoming San Benito City Commission and San Benito CISD school board elections must turn in three finance reports. According to SBCISD Business Manager Emma McCall, the first is due on April 10; another is due on May 2 and the last one on July 15.

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    • Spring on March 21, 2014 at 10:34 pm
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    What a beautiful Spring. The political signs are in full bloom, it makes our city look so beautiful. The sign makers are seeing $$ right before their eyes. I can’t wait to see the report to see who is paying for all these beautiful political signs! Now be honest and include all the contributions even those given to you in cash. If you can’t be honest when it comes to your political contributions how can we trust you to being honest with a 90 million dollar budget?

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