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'''Charles Munger''' is the vice-chairman of [[wikipedia:Berkshire Hathaway|Berkshire Hathaway]].  He is an occasional activist in California ballot proposition politics, including in 2010, when he is sponsoring the [[California Congressional Redistricting Initiative (2010)]], after having supported [[California Proposition 11 (2008)]].
 
'''Charles Munger''' is the vice-chairman of [[wikipedia:Berkshire Hathaway|Berkshire Hathaway]].  He is an occasional activist in California ballot proposition politics, including in 2010, when he is sponsoring the [[California Congressional Redistricting Initiative (2010)]], after having supported [[California Proposition 11 (2008)]].
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==Ballot measures==
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Ballot measure campaigns Munger has been involved in include:
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* [[California Proposition 60 (2004)]].  He gave $200,000 to the "No on 60" side of this ballot proposition.
  
 
==External links==
 
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Revision as of 07:15, 2 January 2010

Charles Munger is the vice-chairman of Berkshire Hathaway. He is an occasional activist in California ballot proposition politics, including in 2010, when he is sponsoring the California Congressional Redistricting Initiative (2010), after having supported California Proposition 11 (2008).

Ballot measures

Ballot measure campaigns Munger has been involved in include:

External links

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