San Bernardino County’s campaign finance ordinance must have been meant as a cocktail party joke.
Further review of filings made late Friday evening reveals that five, out of eight, county-level elected officials took campaign contributions over the limit allowed by law.
A total of 14 violations were identified. All misdemeanors under current law.
The maximum allowable contribution per cycle, in 2013, was $4,100. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is currently engaged in an attempt to alter existing law to retroactively forgive the violations listed below.
Here’s the list of offenders:
Elected Official Donor Cumulative Amount
Supervisor Robert Lovingood Inland Empire Disposal Assn $ 5,000 Burrtec Waste Industries $ 5,000 Elbert W. Muncy, Jr. $ 5,750 Brad Mitzelfelt for Assembly $ 9,000 San Bernardino Public Employees Assn. $ 5,700 Heinz Steinman $ 5,000 S.B. Co. Professional Firefighters $10,000 Supervisor Janice Rutherford Ronald Cunning $ 7,100 Care Ambulance $ 5,100 Supervisor James C. Ramos Majestic Realty $ 7,500 Supervisor Gary Ovitt Mitzsubishi Cement $ 4,500 Athens Services $ 4,400 Sean O'Connor $ 4,500 Ronald Cunning $ 6,000 Care Ambulance $ 5,000 Sheriff-Coroner John McMahon John Fogerty $ 4,300 Mitzsubishi Cement $ 5,600
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