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Large donors supporting California Proposition 93

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$16,840,223 was contributed to the campaign in favor of a "yes" vote on California Proposition 93 (2008).

There were three officially-registered political organizations supporting the passage of Proposition 93:

  • "Yes on 93, A Coalition of Business, Labor, Teachers, Lawmakers, Public Safety and Assembly Members Bass and Lieu"[1]
  • "Yes on 93, Citizens for Accountability and Legislative Reform"[2]
  • "Monterey Bay & South Bay Committee for Yes on Proposition 93"[3]

Donors of $150,000 or more were:

Donor Amount
California State Council of Service Employees $2,227,646
California Teachers Association $1,750,100
Committee to Protect California's Future $1,145,000
AFSCME $800,000
SEIU $800,000
California Democratic Party $575,219
PHRMA $500,000
California Hospital Association $350,000
Professional Engineers in California Government $250,000
California Dental Association $250,000
AT&T $250,000
Los Angeles Casinos PAC $250,000
Girardi and Keese $225,000
Mercury General Corp. $200,000
Southern California Edison $175,000
Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy $162,500
Zenith Insurance $150,000
Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters $150,000

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