Santa Clara voters are under siege. Each week a new accusation of campaign impropriety crops up. Former Mayor Patricia Mahan, again running for a council seat, was called out for failing to register as a lobbyist. Two weeks ago, nonprofit Stand Up for Santa Clara accused the San Francisco 49ers of using shadow group BluePAC to spend tens of thousands of “dark money” against candidates who have criticized the team. Now attorney John Mlnarik has apparently filed six complaints with the state’s political watchdog, the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Mlnarik accused candidates Debi Davis, Kathy Watanabe, Teresa O’Neill and Tino Silva of failing to report payments for voter info, campaign websites and advice from Jude Barry, a political consultant for Related Companies, which is building the $6.5 billion retail project City Place next to Levi’s Stadium. Barry is cozy with current Mayor Lisa Gillmor, who has also been critical of the 49ers and endorsed the candidates Mlnarik referred to the FPPC. Mlnarik says he deployed his own law firm’s resources to investigate the candidates without any outside compensation (see 49ers), which is kind of ironic considering his 2012 council campaign was investigated by the FPPC for unfairly using his law firm’s resources. The FPPC said there was “insufficient evidence” to substantiate that complaint. Barry called Mlnarik’s accusations “bullshit,” adding that he is not working on any of the campaigns “in any way shape or form.” It’s also worth noting Mlnarik has contributed money to opponents of the same candidates he’s trying to tattle on. As it turns out, the real consultant to Davis, Silva and Watanabe is actually Gabe Foo, who tells Fly he has held off on billing them because they’re running “grassroots” campaigns. Mlnarik says he also filed complaints against the city’s police union and Stand Up for Santa Clara, but those two couldn’t be confirmed by the FPPC. Santa Clara voters—and, really, all of us—would be wise to remember: three more weeks, three more weeks, three more weeks.