August 13, 2010 •
San Diego County to Publish Campaign Contributions Online
Until now, those interested in finding out how much candidates for regional office had raised and where the money came from had to take a trip to the registrar’s office, pour through paper records, and pay photocopying fees.
Assistant Registrar Michael Vu says the county has earmarked $100,000 for a contract to put the information online. The Registrar plans to have the first batch of disclosures on the site in October.
You can read more about the San Diego County Registrar of Voters at their Web site.
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