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California House of Representatives elections, 2002

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Qualifications

To run for Member of the Assembly, the candidate must be a United States citizen and a registered voter in the district at the time nomination papers are issued and may not have served three terms in the State Assembly since November 6, 1990. According to Article IV of the California Constitution, the candidate must have one year of residency in the legislative district and California residency for three years.

Campaign contributions

During the 2002 election, the total contributions to Assembly candidates was $73,822,064. The top 10 contributors were:[1]

2002 Donors, California State Assembly
Donor Amount
California Democratic Party $5,496,476
California Republican Party $1,644,888
Pine, Dave $736,949
California Teachers Association $538,340
California Association of Realtors $519,610
California State Council of Service Employees $465,000
California Medical Association $459,080
California Building Industry Association $421,934
California School Employees Association $421,468
California State Council of Laborers $417,027


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