Rafael Castellanos, San Diego Port Commissioner and candidate for County Supervisor, today announced his campaign has raised over $290,000 since launching, starting his campaign on a strong note and giving him the resources to win in South Bay’s first competitive County Supervisor race in decades.
Showing broad support and deep grassroots strength, over 740 people contributed to Castellanos’ campaign, with 95% of contributions coming from local Californians and an average contribution of just over $300. In the critical measure of ‘Cash On Hand’, which shows campaign funds actually available to spend, Castellanos has amassed an impressive $261,000. For comparison, at this same juncture in 2018’s hotly contested County Supervisor race, Nathan Fletcher reported $247k in cash available and Bonnie Dumanis was at $208k, both significantly less than Castellanos’ current total.
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