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Template:List of California Proposition 26 (2010) donors (opposed)

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Donor Amount
League of Conservation Voters $1,655,000
Californians for Clean Energy $1,450,000
Democratic State Central Committee $1,345,056
Thomas Steyer $1,000,000
Californians for Clean Air, No on Prop 23 $900,000
No on 23, Stop the Dirty Energy Proposition $625,000
SEIU $595,000
California Teachers Association $504,240
L. John Doerr $500,000
Clean Energy and Good Jobs $446,000
Hannelore Grantham $400,000
Susan Mandel $400,000
Natural Resources Defense Council $390,000
Sierra Club $325,000
SCOPE State Alliance $325,000
Ballot Initiative Strategy Center $302,000
Nature Conservancy $300,000
America and California Federations of Teachers $255,000
Joseph Gleberman $250,000
Brook and Shawn Byers $200,000
A.L.L.E.R.T. $200,000
California Public Securities Association $150,000
State Building and Construction Trades Council $150,000
Taxpayers Against Protecting Polluters $150,000
Environmental Defense Action Fund $150,000
California School Employees Association $80,000
National Education Association $75,000
Donations to California's 2010 ballot propositions, California Proposition 26, Supermajority Vote to Pass New Taxes and Fees (2010),