Criminal defense attorney Warren Brown was by far Bundley's largest financial supporter. He gave the campaign $5,000 in two $2,500 contributions made last August, even though the legal limit for donating to one candidate in a four-year election cycle is $4,000. Randallstown accountant Nkiambi Jean Lema, who serves as Bundley's campaign treasurer, chipped in $3,330. Lewis Andrews, Bundley's campaign chair and co-chair of the Baltimore chapter of the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America, gave the campaign $3,485. The next largest donor, who gave $2,460, was Dennis Yabo of Fort Washington, about whom no further information could be found. De Lacy Davis of Newark, N.J., a former police officer who heads Black Cops Against Police Brutality, gave $2,000, as did Everyone's Place, an African center on West North Avenue. Staci Smith-Cannon, also a former Baltimore City public school principal, gave $1,100, and $1,000 each came from seven other contributors.