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==Donations to Idaho ballot measures==
 
==Donations to Idaho ballot measures==
  
In 2006, BISC donated $10,000 to the successful effort to defeat [[Idaho Protect Our Homes (2006)|Idaho Protect Our Homes]].<ref>http://www.idsos.idaho.gov/ELECT/Finance/2006/PreGeneral/PAC/NeighborsProtectingIdaho.pdf</ref>
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In 2006, BISC donated $10,000 to the successful effort to defeat [[Idaho Protect Our Homes (2006)|Idaho Protect Our Homes]].<ref>[http://www.idsos.idaho.gov/ELECT/Finance/2006/PreGeneral/PAC/NeighborsProtectingIdaho.pdf Idaho Campaign Finance Disclosure Report]</ref>
  
 
==Donations to Washington ballot measures==
 
==Donations to Washington ballot measures==
  
In 2006, BISC donates a total of $15,000 to two ballot measures that appeared on the November general election ballot in [[Washington]].<ref>http://www.pdc.wa.gov/rptimg/default.aspx?batchnumber=100197998&formtype=C3</ref>,<ref>http://www.pdc.wa.gov/rptimg/default.aspx?batchnumber=100185136&formtype=C3</ref>
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In 2006, BISC donates a total of $15,000 to two ballot measures that appeared on the November general election ballot in [[Washington]].<ref>[http://www.pdc.wa.gov/rptimg/default.aspx?batchnumber=100197998&formtype=C3 Cit for Community Protection monetary contributions]</ref>,<ref>[http://www.pdc.wa.gov/rptimg/default.aspx?batchnumber=100185136&formtype=C3 Washingtonians for Clean Energy monetary contributions]</ref>
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
  
==Notes==
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==Referencess==
 
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Revision as of 13:27, 24 October 2007

The Ballot Initiative Strategy Center, or BISC, based in Washington, DC, advocates for progressive ballot measures and against conservative ballot measures.

Donations to Idaho ballot measures

In 2006, BISC donated $10,000 to the successful effort to defeat Idaho Protect Our Homes.[1]

Donations to Washington ballot measures

In 2006, BISC donates a total of $15,000 to two ballot measures that appeared on the November general election ballot in Washington.[2],[3]

External links

Referencess

  1. Idaho Campaign Finance Disclosure Report
  2. Cit for Community Protection monetary contributions
  3. Washingtonians for Clean Energy monetary contributions