Neely leads supes in campaign contrib...

Neely leads supes in campaign contributions

There are 59 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Oct 7, 2010, titled Neely leads supes in campaign contributions. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

The latest financial disclosures for the two supervisorial races with a run-off in November show that candidates are pulling in some big money from individuals and businesses alike.

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4thDistrict Voter

Conroe, TX

#1 Oct 7, 2010
Redwood Garden Supply/Redway/$2,750/$2,750

Trim Scene Solutions, INC/Redway/$2,500/$2,500

Are you kidding me?

Bonnie has gotten so desparate she is now taking contributions from growers in SoHum?
Domino 21

Redding, CA

#2 Oct 7, 2010
Interesting, Neely's big donor is someone that desperately wants to keep the competition, Home Depot, out of town. And Bonnie is helping mightily. And then there is the Coastal Commission, an organization dedicated to killing jobs.
Anon

United States

#3 Oct 7, 2010
What's with all the Garberville dope growers donating to Neely? I wonder how many indoor grow houses in town she promised them?

Once again essentially no local contributots for Bonnie. Wonder why no local people can seen to stand her.
Anon

United States

#4 Oct 7, 2010
Pat Cleary's campaign is once again funded by only a couple special interests. Blue Lake Casino, Bill Pierson and Grow Shops. Is this really what we want for Humboldt? What kind of promises get made for $20,000 contributions? Kind of sick really.
Beck

San Francisco, CA

#5 Oct 7, 2010
Love how Ulansey has pledged thousands to Sundberg, then moderated the debate earlier this week.

Hum CPR is a joke
Black Socks

Georgetown, TX

#6 Oct 7, 2010
Office for sale, get your red hot office for sale, right over here. Oh, hi Bonnie, good to see you today. Mister Pierson sends his thanks and don't worry the fix is in at the election office. Anyone good enough to show respect and not allow some big box retailer to displace our homeless deserves the Dons support.
YourCommentisaJo ke

Beverly Hills, CA

#7 Oct 7, 2010
Beck wrote:
Love how Ulansey has pledged thousands to Sundberg, then moderated the debate earlier this week.
Hum CPR is a joke
Lee Ulansey wasn't even at the debate and Bryd Lochtie of the League of Women Voters moderated. Get your facts before you spout off.
Robin Zander

Buchanan Dam, TX

#8 Oct 7, 2010
Seems strange Neely has no local support other than Bill Pierson...a Coastal Commissioner from down south, a southern California developer..... Disgusting... A true politician with no real life skills.

Bonnie is one of the major reasons the City and County don't work well together. Kirk Girard is another. This is not in the best interest of the citizen's of Eureka and the residents of the County.

Why does Pierson feel the need to make such big contributions.....what's he hiding or got planned? One thing about Bill, he made his money the old fashioned way....he originally inherited it and now he steals from the County residents! Have you seen the prices at Pierson's?
anonymous

Waterloo, Canada

#9 Oct 7, 2010
Its the dope money! Bonnie needs to go for this reason. Where is the money from her district? Who is she gonna screw for the major growers money? We already know who she is screwing for Pierson money.
Yep

San Leandro, CA

#10 Oct 7, 2010
Robin Zander wrote:
Seems strange Neely has no local support other than Bill Pierson...a Coastal Commissioner from down south, a southern California developer..... Disgusting... A true politician with no real life skills.
Bonnie is one of the major reasons the City and County don't work well together. Kirk Girard is another. This is not in the best interest of the citizen's of Eureka and the residents of the County.
Why does Pierson feel the need to make such big contributions.....what's he hiding or got planned? One thing about Bill, he made his money the old fashioned way....he originally inherited it and now he steals from the County residents! Have you seen the prices at Pierson's?
Went shopping for a Masonite exterior 1 lite door--

Pierson's 497.00
Forbusco 412.00
uk
Makes ya crazy. Besides I almost had to beg the guy at Pierson's to give me a quote.
Reality

San Francisco, CA

#11 Oct 7, 2010
Republican's hate nothing more than a democrat with money.

They're suppose to be on our side, right? The rich should all ban together against the poor. That's the way the US works.
Senior Citizen

San Francisco, CA

#12 Oct 7, 2010
Yep wrote:
<quoted text>
Went shopping for a Masonite exterior 1 lite door--
Pierson's 497.00
Forbusco 412.00
uk
Makes ya crazy. Besides I almost had to beg the guy at Pierson's to give me a quote.
Then buy the door from Forbusco you F'en idiot!
lulu

San Rafael, CA

#13 Oct 7, 2010
Why is there a pic of money on the website but not in the paper?? I read somewhere that it's illegal to even take a photo of money. If so, then doesn't this mean that by Federal law the T-S now must be investigated by the Secret Service? And if so, then I certainly hope the jackass who thought it would be a good idea is fired publicly with a nice clear statement from the T-S about how they don't tolerate Federal crimes perpetrated by their employees.
Voter

Eureka, CA

#14 Oct 7, 2010
Robin Zander wrote:
Why does Pierson feel the need to make such big contributions.....what's he hiding or got planned? One thing about Bill, he made his money the old fashioned way....he originally inherited it and now he steals from the County residents! Have you seen the prices at Pierson's?
Probably because he can't abide the idea of someone as misinformed as Virginia Bass having the power to vote on millions of county dollars. Virginia may be a nice person, but she is just not qualified to be a County Supervisor. Local cheerleader? Sure. Anything but? No.
Jojo

United States

#15 Oct 7, 2010
Bring in Home Depot.
That would put frost on Neeley and Pierson,
We need to stop these people from being in office for so long.
Four years should be enough.........period.
In Shape

San Leandro, CA

#16 Oct 7, 2010
Home Depot all the way!!!
Insider

San Francisco, CA

#17 Oct 7, 2010
Home Depot hasn't opened a new store in some time, and they pulled out of the Marina Center project over two years ago. Walmart or Sam's Club will most likely fill the big box footprint at the Marina Center.
Jeff E

Eureka, CA

#18 Oct 7, 2010
Makes you wonder why the Blue Lake Rancheria gave Bonnie $20,000 for this race. What do they think they are buying?
X Cop

San Leandro, CA

#19 Oct 7, 2010
A huge meth factory to be built on Indian Land.
Jeff E wrote:
Makes you wonder why the Blue Lake Rancheria gave Bonnie $20,000 for this race. What do they think they are buying?
Insider

San Francisco, CA

#20 Oct 7, 2010
Noticed how Blue Lake also hedged their bet by giving 5,000 to Ryan Sundberg

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