Signatures for California's 2 June initiatives cost $4.4 million
Pacific Gas & Electric is the sole donor to Proposition 16, and has kicked in $6.5 million to date. Through February 9, this campaign has paid Direct Voices, a subsidiary of Arno Political Consultants, $2,199,794 for signature-gathering on the proposed initiated constitutional amendment.
Mercury Insurance is the sole donor to Proposition 17, providing $3.5 million to get the campaign started. They've paid $2,273,745 through February 9 to National Petition Management for signature-gathering, or about $3.15 per signature based on news reports that indicate that 720,000 signatures were collected on the proposed initiated state statute.
The other three measures on California's June 8 ballot are legislative referrals, which required no signature-gathering to qualify for the ballot.
|Proposition 13||Taxes||Seismic retrofitting should not add to property's tax assessed value||
|Proposition 14||Elections||Top two primary vote getters move to general regardless of party affiliation||
|LRSS||Proposition 15||Elections||Public funding of politician's campaigns||
|Proposition 16||Elections||New two-thirds vote requirement for local public electricity providers||
|CISS||Proposition 17||Regulation||Discount for those who have had continuous auto insurance coverage||
- California 2010 ballot propositions
- California Proposition 16 (June 2010)
- California Proposition 17 (June 2010)