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Thank you for the painstaking work of adding and updating donor information to the Prop 27 article. A couple of your additions (these):

Many of the donors are also big-money donors to the Democratic Party. Others, including Haim Saban, Fred Eychaner, George Soros, Edith Wasserman, Louise Gund, Jack C. Bendheim, Kathryn Hall, and George M. Marcus also contributed between $25,000 up to $25 million to the William J. Clinton Foundation.
Many of these donors also were major contributors opposing California Proposition 77 (2005), seeking to defeat a proposed redistricting plan.

...should be given a footnote/reference source. Thanks much again for all your work on this article. Polycal 11:48, 11 October 2010 (CDT)

I'm impressed. Polycal 05:48, 12 October 2010 (CDT)
Very, very, very impressed. Polycal 13:35, 15 October 2010 (CDT)

Gerrymandering movie

Don't know if you're interested in writing about this but as a campaign strategy Prop 20 people have been mailing this DVD around. Polycal 08:14, 19 October 2010 (CDT)

News stories

It occurred to me that you might like to try writing a news-style story about Prop 27 such as those you will find here. Ballotpedia:WikiProject News explains the general idea.

Here's an example: Voters in 57 California school districts to decide on over $4 billion in bonds

Basically, put this at the end of your story. It's the categories that cause the story to then appear to various places automatically, such as on California, Portal:Ballot measures and The Ballot Initiative Gazette. Happy Election Day! Polycal 08:20, 2 November 2010 (CDT)

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[[Category:California 2010 news]]
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Some Saban press

These links might be of interest to you: (Polycal)

Sales and Income Tax Increase


Thank you for contributing to Ballotpedia's Sales and Income Tax Increase Initiative. Your edits are very much appreciated and we look forward to seeing more of your work in the future.

I have edited a few things to comply with Ballotpedia's ballot measure writing standards. I changed some words to keep the article as neutral as possible, but if you have any opposition to my changes, please feel free to contact me!

Also, for the time being, I have removed the images you have placed on the website because of:

1) Formatting standards 2) Copyright issues - The images you provided possibly could not be used. If you do know if we can use them or can obtain permission to use them, please let us know and the Ballotpedia staff with add them back on.

Thank you, and please do not hesitate to contact me! Your edits are very much appreciated! Alejandortiz 10:37, 4 May 2012 (CDT)

Since the images you provided were indeed created by you, we will include them in the article. I will add them, but with a different format since the images were deemed too on the page by the staff. Thank you so much for including them. We will be adding them, as well as the rest of your changes this week. If you have anymore questions, please let me know! Alejandortiz 10:16, 7 May 2012 (CDT)

Income Tax Measure

Hi SBTC. It seems to me looking at this article, California Sales and Income Tax Increase Initiative (2012), that some of the charts you added inadvertently got removed. I would be happy to add them back in. All those charts look like they should be there. Could you drop me a note on my talk page??. Thanks!!!! Polycal 11:38, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

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