Candidate’s financial assets made public

Now that the candidates for Gilroy mayor and City Council are official, each candidate has released at least some of their financial assets, in a form knowns as the California 700. 

Some candidates released much more information than others, and that’s because candidates only have to release assets (income, property, investments, stocks) pertinent to the jurisdiction that they currently serve, according to City Clerk Shawna Freels. 

Interested in the financial assets of those running for public office? The Dispatch published each candidate’s economic interests statements here. 

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