With less than a week to go until the Nov. 8 election, two candidates for Morgan Hill offices disclosed more campaign contributions in accordance with the California Fair Political Practices guidelines.
The FPPC rules require candidates to disclose all individual campaign contributions of $1,000 or more that they receive within 90 days of an election, according to Morgan Hill City Clerk Irma Torrez.
Mayor Steve Tate and Councilman Larry Carr reported such contributions at the end of October. Both are running to retain their respective seats on the five-member city governing body.
Scott Murray, a Realtor with Intero Realty in Morgan Hill, contributed $1,000 to both Tate and Carr’s campaigns before the end of October, according to both candidates’ latest disclosures.
South Valley Internet, based in San Martin, gave $1,000 to Tate’s campaign Oct. 29.
Tate is running against Kirk Bertolet and Joseph Carrillo in the Nov. 8 election.
Carr is running against Mario Banuelos, Armando Benavides, incumbent Marilyn Librers and Rene Spring.