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The '''California Democratic Party''' is the [[California]] branch of the [[Democratic Party]].  The Democratic State Central Committee of California is the governing body of the California Democratic Party.<ref>[http://www.dfasv.org/mediafiles/cademstructure/siframes.html ''DFASV'', "Structural Overview"]</ref>
 
The '''California Democratic Party''' is the [[California]] branch of the [[Democratic Party]].  The Democratic State Central Committee of California is the governing body of the California Democratic Party.<ref>[http://www.dfasv.org/mediafiles/cademstructure/siframes.html ''DFASV'', "Structural Overview"]</ref>
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[[John Burton]] is the chairman of the California Democratic Party.<ref>[http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/02/video-john-burton-no-hit-squad-for-molly-munger.html ''Sacramento Bee'', "John Burton can't imagine 'hit squad' for Molly Munger", February 10, 2012]</ref>
  
 
==Ballot measure donations==
 
==Ballot measure donations==

Revision as of 09:32, 11 February 2012

The California Democratic Party is the California branch of the Democratic Party. The Democratic State Central Committee of California is the governing body of the California Democratic Party.[1]

John Burton is the chairman of the California Democratic Party.[2]

Ballot measure donations

See also: Donations to California's 2010 ballot propositions

According to MapLight, the Democratic State Central Committee of California was the 16th largest donor to the ballot proposition campaigns for the November 2, 2010 ballot.[3]

Ballot measure Description Chamber position Chamber donation
Proposition 20 Redistricting Opposed $10,000
Proposition 23 Environment Opposed $236,019
Proposition 25 Gov't finance Supported $100,000
Proposition 26 Taxes Supported $1,332,039
Proposition 27 Redistricting Supported $375,000

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