Jed's Contributions to Jamie Matthews and Dominic Caserta
supporting documents
OCT. 11, 2014 The 49ers are playing big in the upcoming mayoral and City Council races in suburban Santa Clara, home of their new Levi’s Stadium.
Campaign statements on file at the city clerk’s office show that team execs have contributed $5,750 to the re-election campaign of Mayor
Jamie Matthews.
The cash from Niners officials — including $500 checks from owner
John [“Jed”] York, team President Paraag Marathe and operations manager Jim Mercurio — represents more than a quarter of the $22,167 that the mayor has raised to date.
Team execs also contributed $5,500 to former City Councilman Dominic Caserta, who is seeking a return to City Hall, and $3,750 to Councilman Patrick Kolstad. That also represents a fair chunk of their overall contributions.
Mohammed Nadeem, who is running against Kolstad — and hasn’t gotten a dime from team officials — said voters should be wary of so much money coming from one source, whether it be the 49ers, developers or any other group that might have business with the city.

AUGUST 13, 2016: Back in the fall of 2014, San Francisco 49ers CEO
Jed York dug into his pocket book and made $70,000 in contributions to the political action committee of the California Apartment Association.

Within a month of York’s contributions, the apartment association’s PAC made almost $50,000 in independent expenditures on behalf of Santa Clara City Council candidates
Dominic Caserta and Patrick Kolstad and mayoral incumbent Jamie Matthews. The trio, considered sympathetic to the Niners, won their races.

Two years later, a scenario is unfolding that again could involve the 49ers and Santa Clara elections.
Kolstad and mayoral incumbent Jamie Matthews. The trio, considered sympathetic to the Niners, won their races.

Two years later, a scenario is unfolding that again could involve the 49ers and Santa Clara elections.
Team execs also contributed $5,500 to former City Councilman Dominic Caserta, who is seeking a return to City Hall, and $3,750 to Councilman Patrick Kolstad. That also represents a fair chunk of their overall contributions.
Mohammed Nadeem, who is running against Kolstad — and hasn’t gotten a dime from team officials — said voters should be wary of so much money coming from one source, whether it be the 49ers, developers or any other group that might have business with the city.
Phillip Matier and Andrew Ross
By the Mercury News
49ers execs pony up
for Santa Clara
incumbents' races
Internal Affairs:
49ers Influencing
Santa Clara Races?
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Jed's Million Dollar
Contribution Report
Reports on Attempt to
Eliminate Late Night
Concert Curfew
City Lawsuits Filed
Against 49ers - None
( Empty )
Reports on Attempt to
Lower His Own Stadium
Rent
Jed's Contribution
to Jamie Mathews
and Dominic Caserta
List of Personal Negative
Comments About Female
Leaders in Santa Clara
Reports on Attempt to
Take Youth Soccer Park
List of Lawsuits Filed
Against City by Jed's
Organizations
Anthony Becker, Habir Bhatia,
Suds Jain, Kevin Park Pledge
to Help Jed York Relax
the Stadium Curfew
Ad paid for by Santa Clara Police Association Political Action Committee. Committee major funding from:
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supporting documents
Jed's Contributions to Jamie Matthews and Dominic Caserta
OCT. 11, 2014 The 49ers are playing big in the upcoming mayoral and City Council races in suburban Santa Clara, home of their new Levi’s Stadium.
Campaign statements on file at the city clerk’s office show that team execs have contributed $5,750 to the re-election campaign of Mayor
Jamie Matthews.
The cash from Niners officials — including $500 checks from owner
John [“Jed”] York, team President Paraag Marathe and operations manager Jim Mercurio — represents more than a quarter of the $22,167 that the mayor has raised to date.
Team execs also contributed $5,500 to former City Councilman
Dominic Caserta, who is seeking a return to City Hall, and $3,750 to Councilman Patrick Kolstad. That also represents a fair chunk of their overall contributions.
Mohammed Nadeem, who is running against Kolstad — and hasn’t gotten a dime from team officials — said voters should be wary of so much money coming from one source, whether it be the 49ers, developers or any other group that might have business with the city.
Phillip Matier and Andrew Ross
49ers execs pony up
for Santa Clara
incumbents' races
Read more
jedyorkfacts.com
Jed's Million Dollar
Contribution Report
Jed's Contribution
to Jamie Mathews
and Dominic Caserta
Reports on Attempt to
Take Youth Soccer Park
Reports on Attempt to
Eliminate Late Night
Concert Curfew
City Lawsuits Filed
Against 49ers - None
( Empty )
Reports on Attempt to
Lower His Own Stadium
Rent
List of Personal Negative
Comments About Female
Leaders in Santa Clara
List of Lawsuits Filed
Against City by Jed's
Organizations
Anthony Becker, Habir Bhatia,
Suds Jain, Kevin Park Pledge
to Help Jed York Relax
the Stadium Curfew
AUGUST 13, 2016: Back in the fall of 2014, San Francisco 49ers CEO
Jed York dug into his pocket book and made $70,000 in contributions to the political action committee of the California Apartment Association.

Within a month of York’s contributions, the apartment association’s PAC made almost $50,000 in independent expenditures on behalf of Santa Clara City Council candidates
Dominic Caserta and Patrick Kolstad and mayoral incumbent Jamie Matthews. The trio, considered sympathetic to the Niners, won their races.

Two years later, a scenario is unfolding that again could involve the 49ers and Santa Clara elections.
By the Mercury News
Internal Affairs:
49ers Influencing
Santa Clara Races?
Read more
This advertisement is not authorized by a candidate or candidate-controlled committee
Ad paid for by Santa Clara Police Association Political Action Committee.
Committee major funding from:
supporting documents
Jed's Contributions to Jamie Matthews and Dominic Caserta
OCT. 11, 2014 The 49ers are playing big in the upcoming mayoral and City Council races in suburban Santa Clara, home of their new Levi’s Stadium.
Campaign statements on file at the city clerk’s office show that team execs have contributed $5,750 to the re-election campaign of Mayor
Jamie Matthews.
The cash from Niners officials — including $500 checks from owner
John [“Jed”] York, team President Paraag Marathe and operations manager Jim Mercurio — represents more than a quarter of the $22,167 that the mayor has raised to date.
Team execs also contributed $5,500 to former City Councilman Dominic Caserta, who is seeking a return to City Hall, and $3,750 to Councilman Patrick Kolstad. That also represents a fair chunk of their overall contributions.
Mohammed Nadeem, who is running against Kolstad — and hasn’t gotten a dime from team officials — said voters should be wary of so much money coming from one source, whether it be the 49ers, developers or any other group that might have business with the city.

Team execs also contributed $5,500 to former City Councilman Dominic Caserta, who is seeking a return to City Hall, and $3,750 to Councilman Patrick Kolstad. That also represents a fair chunk of their overall contributions.
Mohammed Nadeem, who is running against Kolstad — and hasn’t gotten a dime from team officials — said voters should be wary of so much money coming from one source, whether it be the 49ers, developers or any other group that might have business with the city.
Phillip Matier and Andrew Ross
49ers execs pony up
for Santa Clara
incumbents' races
Read more
jedyorkfacts.com
Jed's Million Dollar
Contribution Report
Jed's Contribution
to Jamie Mathews
and Dominic Caserta
Reports on Attempt to
Take Youth Soccer Park
Reports on Attempt to
Eliminate Late Night
Concert Curfew
City Lawsuits Filed
Against 49ers - None
( Empty )
Reports on Attempt to
Lower His Own Stadium
Rent
List of Personal Negative
Comments About Female
Leaders in Santa Clara
List of Lawsuits Filed
Against City by Jed's
Organizations
Anthony Becker, Habir Bhatia,
Suds Jain, Kevin Park Pledge
to Help Jed York Relax
the Stadium Curfew
AUGUST 13, 2016: Back in the fall of 2014, San Francisco 49ers CEO
Jed York dug into his pocket book and made $70,000 in contributions to the political action committee of the California Apartment Association.

Within a month of York’s contributions, the apartment association’s PAC made almost $50,000 in independent expenditures on behalf of Santa Clara City Council candidates
Dominic Caserta and Patrick Kolstad and mayoral incumbent Jamie Matthews. The trio, considered sympathetic to the Niners, won their races.

Two years later, a scenario is unfolding that again could involve the 49ers and Santa Clara elections.
candidates Dominic Caserta and Patrick Kolstad and mayoral incumbent Jamie Matthews. The trio, considered sympathetic to the Niners, won their races.

Two years later, a scenario is unfolding that again could involve the 49ers and Santa Clara elections.
By the Mercury News
Internal Affairs:
49ers Influencing
Santa Clara Races?
Read more
Ad paid for by Santa Clara Police Association Political Action Committee. Committee major funding from:
This advertisement is not authorized by a candidate or candidate-controlled committee