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John Foster, Shannan Moon file campaign disclosures in Nevada County sheriff’s race

Shannan Moon said her desire to give back to the community led her to declare for the sheriff's race.
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John Foster has received about four times the amount of contributions as his opponent Shannan Moon in their race to become the next sheriff of Nevada County, campaign disclosures show.

Foster, a former Grass Valley police chief, started with $1,000. He received $23,907.54 in contributions from Dec. 12 to June 30. He’s spent $22,422.82, leaving him $2,484.72 in the bank.

Moon, a captain with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office, received $5,963 — with $3,500 of that in a loan from herself — between Jan. 1 and June 30. She spent $2,878.71, leaving her with $3,084.29.



Both candidates have spent a portion of their contributions on campaign consultants, records show.

Foster paid Joey Jordan $10,500, or 46.8 percent of his expenditures, to consult his campaign.




Moon spent $2,000 — 69.5 percent of her expenditures — with Robins, McNamara & Perkins, of Nevada City, on campaign consultation.

Foster’s contributors include Michael Gomez, who gave $2,600; Evans Phelps, a Nevada City councilwoman, who gave $1,000; insurance broker Mike Bratton, who gave $500; and Foster himself, who gave $1,500.

Moon received contributions from Jeffrey T. Burget, who gave $1,000; Marcia L. Salter, the county’s auditor-controller, who gave $100; and Marlene Dresbach, who gave $100.

See disclosures below:

John Foster Disclosure by The Union on Scribd

Shannan Moon Disclosure by The Union on Scribd

To contact Staff Writer Alan Riquelmy, email ariquelmy@theunion.com or call 530-477-4239.


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