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Martin Selig

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Martin Selig was a significant donor to Washington I-920, an unsuccessful 2006 ballot measure that sought to repeal Washington's estate tax.

Selig built Seattle's tallest building, the 76-story Columbia Center, as well as a number of other landmark skyscrapers in Seattle. His family fled Nazi Germany in 1939, when he was 3.

In 2006, Selig donated $927,225 to the effort to pass I-920.[1]

Selig gave $355,000 in 2004 to a campaign to defeat the Seattle Monorail Project. He was also active as a donor to local, state, and federal political candidates.[2]

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