The second set of campaign filings are in and West End resident Tony Daysog somehow pulled in ten donations of more than $100. Two of the ten were from Tony Daysog himself. But half of his other donations were from residents on Bay Farm (94502). Now Tony Daysog may frame this as representing all parts of Alameda, but here’s what is interesting about at least three of those donations. Three of the donation were given to him by people who had spoke out against the proposed senior facility on Harbor Bay.
Here are three of his most recent campaign contributions:
And here were their comments at the City Council meeting during public discussion about the Harbor Bay senior facility:
I guess we now know that “public interests” are those who give Tony Daysog campaign contributions. “Special interests” are those who give campaign contributions to his opponents. It all makes perfect sense now.