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Opponents raise millions against Washington's I-1033

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November 1, 2009

OLYMPIA, Washington: According to the latest reports opponents of Washington Initiative 1033 (2009) have raised a grand total of $3.46 million.[1] Supporters, on the other hand, have raised approximately $340,000 in cash and has $250,000.00 in loans.[2] If opponents spend all of the funds that they have raised, it will be the fifth largest sum spent in opposition of an initiative in Washington history, according to the Herald Net.[1]

State law stipulates that during the 21-day period prior to an election, contributors may not donate over $5,000 to a ballot proposition group.[3]

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* Washington Initiative 1033 (2009)

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