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Revision as of 14:05, 27 March 2014

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86 campaign committees registered with the California Secretary of State's office, as per the guidelines set out in campaign finance requirements for California ballot measures, as taking a pro or con position on one or more of the state's 2012 statewide ballot propositions. There were 13 such propositions (2 on the June 5, 2012 ballot and 11 on the November 6, 2012, ballot).

Nationally, 188 ballot measures were on statewide ballots in 2012. According to an analysis of 2012 ballot measure campaign contributions, of the 188 ballot measures, 4 of the 5 ballot propositions that attracted the most spending were from California; they were:

Of the 86 registered campaign committees, 15 committees registered as having a position on two propositions. Three committees registered as having a position on 3 propositions, and one committee registered as having a position on eight propositions.

74 "yes" positions were registered by the campaign committees, while 36 "no" positions were registered.

8 of the 86 registered committees reported that they received no contributions.

Top 20 donors

This chart shows the top 20 donors to the propositions that were on the November 4, 2014 ballot.

Donor Amount Proposition(s)
Molly Munger $44,128,399 38
Charles Munger, Jr. $34,620,383 30, 32, 40
California Teachers Association $33,218,343 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 39
Thomas Steyer $30,080,000 32, 39
Altria Group, Inc. (Philip Morris Companies) $28,582,836 29
George Joseph $16,922,127 33
American Cancer Society $14,053,263 29
SEIU $13,846,408 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 39
Small Business Action Committee $11,721,891 30, 31, 40
R.J. Reynolds $11,169,995 29
Americans for Responsible Leadership $11,000,000 30, 32
Democratic State Central Committee of California $8,306,033 30, 32
Monsanto Company Inc. $8,112,867 37
AFL-CIO $6,973,113 31, 32, 35, 36
E.I. Dupont De Nemours & Co. $5,400,000 37
SEIU, Local 1000 $4,663,353 28, 30, 32
Pepsico, Inc. $4,199,168 30, 37
American Future Fund $4,080,000 32
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees $3,966,800 30, 31, 32
The Coca-Cola Company $3,882,114 30, 37

Specific propositions

This section lists the major contributors for each proposition. In the section for each proposition, there are links to each campaign committee that was registered as having a position in that proposition, pro and con.

Prop 28

See also: California Proposition 28, Change in Term Limits (June 2012)

Supporters:

Donor Amount
Unite Here $400,000
Service Employees Local 721 $161,123
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor $140,542
Los Angeles County Fire Fighters Local 1014 $100,000
United Teaches Los Angeles $100,000
LA Live Properties LLC $100,000
Jerrold A. Perenchio $100,000
United Fire Fighters of Los Angeles City Local 112 $75,000
Eli Broad $75,000
California Teachers Association $75,000
Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers $50,000
Meuchadim of California $50,000
California Conference Board of the Amalgamated Transit Union $30,000
United Nurses Association/Union of Health Care Professionals $30,000
Rick J. Caruso $25,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
Stilrich LLC $200,000
Joseph Rich $140,000
Daniel Rich $119,880
Howard Rich $115,964
Liberty Initiative Fund $100,000
National Taxpayers Union $75,000
Andrea Rich $50,000
188 Claremont $50,000

Prop 29

See also: California Proposition 29, Tobacco Tax for Cancer Research Act (June 2012)

Supporters:

Donor Amount
American Cancer Society $14,053,262
Lance Armstrong Foundation $1,500,000
American Cancer Society, California Division $960,332
American Heart Association $563,594
Michael Bloomberg $500,000
American Lung Association $384,925
University of California, San Francisco Foundation $50,000
Tobacco-Free Kinds Action Fund $45,000
Irwin Mark Jacobs $30,000
Alex Padilla's Ballot Measure Committee $25,450
Gary T. Rogers $25,000
Laurene Powell Jobs $25,000
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center $25,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
Altria/Philip Morris $28,582,836
R.J. Reynolds Inc. $11,169,995
U.S. Smokeless Tobacco (Altria/UST LLC) $3,154,547
American Snuff Company (a Reynolds division) $1,750,000
Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company (a Reynolds division) $1,148,000
California Republican Party $1,140,909
John Middleton Co. (via Altria), an affiliate of Philip Morris $765,025
Core-Mark International $75,032
McClane Company, Inc. $50,000
Californians Against Unaccountable Taxes $47,744
International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers $40,000
Trepco West $30,382
Pacific Groservice $25,000
Cigar Association of America $25,000

Prop 30

See also: California Proposition 30, Sales and Income Tax Increase (2012)
Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.

Supporters:

Donor Amount
California Teachers Association $11,807,129
Democratic State Central Committee of California $5,091,422
California State Council of Service Employees $4,937,347
SEIU $3,341,430
American Federation of Teachers $2,655,000
SEIU, Local 1000 $2,385,539
The Coca-Cola Company $2,228,039
Californians to Protect Schools, Universities & Public Safety $2,063,374
California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems $2,000,000
Pepsico Inc. $1,765,993
California School Employees Association $1,679,573
American Federation of Teachers $1,200,500
California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Cmte. $1,113,485
Reed Hastings $1,000,000
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group $733,845
United Domestic Workers of America $700,500
California State Council of Laborers $650,000
California Correctional Peace Officers Association $650,000
Laborers Pacific SW Regional Organizing Coalition $600,000
State Building & Construction Trade Council of California $504,113
American Beverage Association $500,000
Occidental Petroleum $500,000
United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners $500,000
African American Voter Registration Education & Participation Project $405,055
Educators & Working Families to Restore California $350,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $302,441
California State Association of Electrical Workers $300,000
Pico California $259,000
California Federation of Teachers $255,406
California Beer & Beverage Distributors $255,000
California Medical Association $250,000
California Statewide Law Enforcement Association $250,000
SEIU, Local 99 $244,534
SEIU, Local 721 $202,335
California Grocers Association $158,500

Opponents:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Charles Munger, Jr. $35,075,000
Small Business Action Committee $11,575,226
Americans for Responsible Leadership $11,000,000
William Oberndorf $1,100,000
Jerrold Perenchio $750,000
John Scully $500,000
Margaret Bloomfield $500,000
New Majority PAC $400,000
John Murray Pasquesi $300,000
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association $440,249
Craig McCaw $135,000
John H. Cox $100,000
George Hume $100,000
Errotabere Inc. $100,000
Charles B. Johnson $100,000
Boone Pickens $100,000
Robert Weltman $99,000
S. Cubed Capital Management $50,000
Robert L. Rodriguez $50,000
Mark Stevens $50,000
Leonard G. Baker Jr. $50,000
Jesse Rogers $50,000
Jeffrey Ubben $50,000
David Fishman $50,000
Barbara Grimm-Marshall $50,000
Amish H. Mehta $50,000
Alexander Slusky $50,000

Prop 31

See also: California Proposition 31, Two-Year State Budget Cycle (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
California Forward $2,358,945
Nicolas Berggruen Institute Trust $1,557,587
Michael Marston $507,325
Lenny Mendonca $175,000
Emerson Collective $100,000
Barclay Simpson $100,000
Thomas McKernan, Jr. $100,000
Small Business Action Committee $63,000
Julie Packard $50,000
Nancy Burnett $50,000
David Spencer $50,000
Peter Weber $50,000
New Majority California PAC $50,000
Gary T. Rogers $30,000

Opponents:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
California Labor Federation (AFL-CIO) $162,500
AFSCME $87,131
California State Council of Service Employees (SEIU) $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
Californians for Clean Energy & Jobs $50,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $50,000
California Teachers Association $50,000
California School Employees Association $25,000
Quinn Delaney $25,000

Prop 32

See also: California Proposition 32, the "Paycheck Protection" Initiative (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Charles Munger, Jr. $34,021,281
Americans for Responsible Leadership $11,000,000
American Future Fund $4,080,000
Jerry Perenchio $1,300,000
William Oberndorf $1,250,000
Stephen D. Bechtel, Jr. $520,000
Margaret Bloomfield $500,000
Thomas M. Siebel $500,000
John Scully $500,000
New Majority California PAC $350,000
Californians Against Special Interests $346,719
William Bloomfield, Jr. $300,000
John Murray Pasquesi $300,000
Paycheck Protection 2010 $236,000
Larry Smith $235,000
Lincoln Club of Orange County $211,619
Wayne B. Hughes $200,000
George Hume $150,000
Lincoln Club of San Diego $140,000
Craig McCaw $135,000
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association $125,000
Boone Pickens $100,000
Charles B. Johnson $100,000
Frank E. Baxter $100,000
Howard Leach $100,000
Timothy Draper $100,000
William L. Edwards $100,000
Fieldstead & Co. $52,500
Franklin P. Johnson Jr. $50,500
Barbara Grimm-Marshall $50,000
Howard F. Ahmanson $50,000
Jeffrey Ubben $50,000
Nicoletta Holdings Co. $50,000
Richard J. Riordan $50,000
Steven A. Laub $50,000

Opponents:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
California Teachers Association $21,331,214
California Labor Federation (AFL-CIO/Change to Win) $6,812,113
AFSCME $3,806,800
Democratic State Central Committee of California $3,218,492
California Professional Fire Fighters $3,032,135
SEIU Local 1000 $2,325,896
California School Employees Association $1,944,151
California Faculty Association $1,695,988
Peace Officers Research Association of California $1,526,846
Electrical Workers Local 18 $1,000,000
United Healthcare Workers West $1,000,000
International Brotherhood of Teamsters $900,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $852,441
Los Angeles Police Protective League $783,500
International Association of Fire Fighters $700,000
Professional Engineers in California Government $600,000
SEIU Local 1021 $599,899
Thomas F. Steyer $500,000
California Statewide Law Enforcement Association $498,064
California Federation of Teachers $488,501
SEIU $433,927
Electrical Workers Local 11 $400,000
California State Association of Electrical Workers $250,000
United Long Term Care Workers Local 6434 $250,000
SEIU Local 99 $200,050
California State Council of Service Employees $123,000
California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Cmte. $111,485
SEIU Local 721 $109,775
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $100,000
Californians for Clean Energy Jobs $85,000
National Education Association $60,025
Southern California Pipe Trades District Council 16 $50,000

Prop 33

See also: California Proposition 33, Automobile Insurance Persistency Discounts (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
George Joseph $16,922,127
Marketplace Communications $46,643
College Student Insurance Service $15,000
Del Sol Group Inc. $15,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
Consumer Watchdog $95,616
California Nurses Association $97,500
Campaign for Consumer Rights $30,000
Consumer Federation of California $19,930

Prop 34

See also: California Proposition 34, the End the Death Penalty Initiative (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Nicholas Pritzker $1,000,000
The Atlantic Advocacy Fund $1,000,000
Open Society Policy Center $500,000
ACLU of Northern California $441,371
Nicholas McKeown $437,500
M. Quinn Delaney $300,000
Reed Hastings $250,000
Denise A. Foderaro $250,000
Farfalla Trust $250,000
ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties $180,776
ACLU of Southern California $171,702
Emerson Collective $150,000
Robert Alan Eustace $125,000
Stephen M. Silberstein $125,000
Jody Buckley $100,000
Roger Bamford $100,000
Amnesty International $97,314
Edward Redlich $85,000
Sarah Timberman $77,500
Death Penalty Focus $76,200
California State Council of Service Employees $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
California Teachers Association $50,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $50,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
Peace Officers Research Association of California PAC $192,967
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians $25,000
Los Angeles Police Protective League Public Safety First PAC $25,000
Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs $20,000
Riverside County Deputy District Attorney's Association PAC $10,500
Los Angeles Police Protective League $10,000
Kern County Prosecutor's Association $10,000
Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff's Association $10,000
Riverside Police Officers Association $10,000
Diane Lake $10,000

Prop 35

See also: California Proposition 35, Ban on Human Trafficking and Sex Slavery (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Chris Kelly $2,470,000
Police Officers Research Association $162,459
California State Council of Service Employees (SEIU) $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
AFL-CIO/California Labor Federation $52,500
United Food and Commercial Workers $50,000
California Teachers Association $50,000
Quinn Delaney $25,000
Crowley Children's Fund $21,500

Opponents:
No campaign committees were formed to oppose Proposition 35.

Prop 36

See also: California Proposition 36, Changes in the "Three Strikes" Law (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
George Soros $1,000,000
David Mills $953,000
NAACP Legal Defense Fund $175,000
Peter Ackerman $100,000
California State Council of Service Employees (SEIU) $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
AFL-CIO/California Federation of Labor $52,500
James S. Regan $50,000
Peter Briger, Jr. $50,000
California Teachers Association $50,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $50,000
Quinn Delaney $25,000
Kathryn Taylor $25,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
Peace Officers Research Association PAC $100,000
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians $10,000

Prop 37

See also: California Proposition 37, Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Engineered Food (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Organic Consumers Fund $1,725,329
Mercola Health Resources $1,132,200
Natures Path Foods USA Inc. $1,132,200
Kent Whealy $1,000,000
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps $566,438
Stillonger Trust/Mark Squire Trustee $440,000
Wehah Farm (Lundberg Family Farms) $254,000
Amy's Kitchen $200,200
GFA Brands $177,000
Ali Partovi $155,767
Cropp Cooperative Inc. $130,000
Food Democracy Action! $115,000
Big Hen Group I LLC $100,000
Clif Bar & Co. $100,000
California Nurses Association/National Organizing Cmte. $100,000
Alex Boguskey $100,000
Presence Marketing $75,000
Michael S. Funk $75,000
Frontier Natural Products Co-Op $70,000
California State Council of Service Employees $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
Nutiva Inc. $51,000
Applegate Farm Organic & Natural Meat $50,000
Stonyfield Farms $50,000
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $50,000
California Teachers Association $50,000

Opponents:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Monsanto $8,112,069
E.I. Dupont De Nemours & Co. $5,400,000
Pepsico, Inc. $2,430,675
DOW Agrisciences $2,000,000
Bayer Cropscience $2,000,000
BASF Plant Science $2,000,000
Syngenta Corporation $2,000,000
Coca-Cola North America $1,653,373
Kraft Foods Global $1,646,000
Nestle USA $1,424,313
General Mills $1,230,300
Conagra Foods $1,142,369
Kellogg Company $770,532
Smithfield Foods $683,900
Del Monte Foods $674,100
Campbell's Soup $598,000
The J.M. Smucker Company $542,628
Hershey Company $518,900
Grocery Manufacturers Association $502,000
Heinz Foods $500,000
Bimbo Bakeries $422,900
Ocean Spray Cranberries $387,100
Mars Food North America $376,650
Council for Biotechnology Information $375,000
Hormel Foods $374,300
Unilever $372,100
Bumble Bee Foods $368,500
Sara Lee $343,600
Kraft Food Group $304,500
Pinnacle Foods $266,100
Dean Foods Company $253,950
Biotechnology Industry Organization $252,000
Bunge North America $248,600
McCormick & Company $248,200
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company $237,664
Abbott Nutrition $234,500
Cargill, Inc. $226,846
Rich Products Corporation $225,537
Flowers Foods $182,000
Dole Packaged Foods $171,261
Knouse Foods Cooperative $164,731
California Grocers Association $158,500

Prop 38

See also: California Proposition 38, State Income Tax Increase to Support Education (2012)
Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.

Supporters:

Donor Amount
Molly Munger $44,128,399
Steve R. English $3,250,500
George Joseph $195,000
Atlas Family Trust $25,000
Richard Spalding $18,027
Del Sol Group Inc. $15,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
California Chamber of Commerce $23,500
California Medical Association $11,000
California Faculty Association $1,500

Prop 39

See also: California Proposition 39, Income Tax Increase for Multistate Businesses (2012)

Supporters:

Note: Some of these donors gave their money to a committee that was simultaneously supporting or opposing more than one of the ballot propositions on the November 6, 2012, ballot. When that is the case, it is not generally possible to break down how much of that donor's money specifically was spent on the campaign for a particular proposition. Those contributions are listed below with shading; readers should not assume that all or even most of a donation to a multi-purpose committee was used for expenditures related to this particular proposition.
Donor Amount
Thomas Steyer $29,580,000
Californians for Clean Energy and Jobs $410,000
California State Council of Service Employees (SEIU) $62,500
National Education Association $60,025
AFL-CIO/California Federation of Labor $52,500
United Food & Commercial Workers International Union $50,000
California Teachers Association $50,000
Taxpayers to Preserve Community Jobs $42,150
Natural Resources Defense Council $30,000
PowerPAC.Org $25,000
League of Conservation Voters $25,000
Quinn Delaney $25,000

Opponents:

Donor Amount
General Motors $20,000
Kimberly-Clark Corporation $20,000
International Paper $5,000

Prop 40

See also: California Proposition 40, Referendum on the State Senate Redistricting Plan (2012)

Supporters:

Donor Amount
California Republican Party $1,739,437
Charles Munger, Jr. $599,102
Small Business Action Committee $83,665
Friends of Mimi Walters for Senate 2012 $75,500
Frank P. Greinke $50,000
Senator Bob Dutton for Supervisor 2014 $50,000
Taxfighters for Anderson Senate 2014 $25,000
Reelect Tony Strickland Senate 2012 $25,000
Mark Wyland for Senate 2010 $25,000
Denham for Lt. Governor 2014 $25,000
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association $12,500

Opponents:

All campaign committees

Legend:
Support
Opposition
Committee $ raised 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
1. Californians for a Fresh Start, A Coalition of Businesses and Working Men and Women $830,702
2. Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO Issues and Initiative Committee $1,167,727
3. Alliance for a Stronger Community to Support Prop. 28 $1,870
4. Californians for Term Limits, No on Prop 28, With Major Funding from the Liberty Initiative Fund $850,844
5. Californians for a Cure, Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, American Lung Association, American Heart Association & Cancer Research Doctors $9,978,233
6. Hope 2010 Cure Cancer (Perata Ballot Measure Committee) $7,500
7. American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network California Ballot Issue Committee $7,425,922
8. No on 29 - Californians Against Out-of-Control Taxes & Spending. Major Funding by Philip Morris USA & R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, with a Coalition of Taxpayers, Small Businesses, Law Enforcement & Labor $45,363,205
9. California Citizens Against Wasteful Taxes - No on Prop. 29 $61,220
10. California State Council of Laborers Issues PAC - Yes on 30 $961,046
11. Students and Families of California, Yes on 30/No on 32 $0
12. Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) Action’s Yes on 30 & 39, No on 32 Committee $166,086
13. California Beer & Beverage Distributors Issues PAC, Yes on 30 $141,364
14. Guillen Ballot Measure Committee; Protect College Access for Local Students, Yes on Prop. 30, Peralta Trustee Abel $7,800
15. Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association Political Action Committee, Yes on 30 and No on 32 $138,500
16. Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Issues Committee - Yes on 30 $200,000
17. Good Jobs Los Angeles Committee to Support the Schools and Public Safety Act of 2012 $173,336
18. Consumer Attorneys of California Issues Political Action Committee (Yes on Proposition 30) $418,780
19. Yes on 30 to Save Our Schools & No on 32 to Stop Campaign Finance Loopholes for Corporate Interests, Sponsored by Good Jobs Sage Communities LA $882,573
20. California Coalition for Public Higher Education Issues Committee - Yes on Prop. 30 $281,030
21. California Statewide Law Enforcement Association Issues Committee, Yes on Propositions 30 and 35, No on Proposition 32 $498,064
22. California Grocers Association Issues Committee, Yes on Proposition 30, No on Proposition 37 $181,300
23. Californians Working Together to Restore & Protect Public Schools, Universities & Public Safety, Coalition of Educators, School Employees, … Speaker Perez & Community Org. to Support Proposition 30 $9,865,060
24. Brown; Yes on Prop. 30 - To Protect Our Schools and Public Safety, A Broad Coalition of Teachers, Labor, Business, Law Enforcement, and Governor $41,041,200
25. United Food and Commercial Workers Active Ballot Club Yes on Prop. 30, No on Prop. 32 Committee $949,236
26. Laborers Political League Education Fund, Yes on 30 $450,000
27. Working for Working Americans Sponsored by United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Yes on 30 $500,000
28. Educators and Working Families to Restore California, a Coalition of Educators, Community Groups, and Grassroots Organizations - Yes on Prop. 30 $2,128,053
29. California Retired Teachers Association Committee, a Committee for Proposition 30, Sponsored by the California Retired Teachers Association $201,740
30. California for Informed Voting - Yes on 30, 34, 35, 36, 37, and 39 and No on 31 and 32 Sponsored by Ballot Initiative Strategy Center $329,616
31. California Retailers Association Issues Committee, a Committee to Support Proposition 30 and Promote Retailers’ Interests in Education and Public Safety $235,000
32. Mi Familia Vota - Yes on 30 and 39 for Tax Fairness and No on 32 to Stop Special Exemptions for Corporate Political Spending, Sponsored by the California State Council of Service Employees $1,953,299
33. Yes on 30 - Californians for Opportunity - Sponsored by Pico California and Pico Action Fund $671,616
34. Reclaim California’s Future - Yes on Prop. 30, No on Prop. 32 $81,675
35. Personal Insurance Federation of California Issues Committee, Yes on 30 $225,000
36. Californian Nurses Association Initiative Political Action Committee (Yes on 30 and No on 32) $2,564,100
37. Northern California District Council of Laborers Issues PAC - Yes on 30) $124,641
38. Working Families for Our Future and Better Schools $2,119,946
39. California Calls Action Fund: A Coalition of Social Justice Organizations for Prop. 30 and Against Prop. 32 $1,155,000
40. No New Taxes - A Project of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association $1,607,745
41. Small Business Action Committee PAC, No on 30/Yes on 32, Citizens for Reforming Sacramento $48,269,500
42. No on 30 - Californians for Reforms and Jobs, Not Taxes, A Coalition of Taxpayers and Small Businesses $13,146,891
43. Yes on 31, Taxpayers for Govt. Accountability, Major Funding by Berggruen Institution Trust & Californians for Govt. Accountability CMTE., Spon. by CA Forward Action Fund & Think Long Committee for CA $2,824,690
44. Californians for Government Accountability - Yes on 31, Sponsored by California Forward Action Fund $2,460,671
45. No on 31, Californians for Transparent and Accountable Government $289,440
46. Californians Against Special Interest $3,000
47. Yes on 32 - Stop Special Interest Money Now. Supported by Small Business Owners, Farmers, Educators, and Taxpayers $4,996,522
48. Citizen Power Campaign $0
49. California Future Fund for Free Markets Yes on Proposition 32 with Major Funding by American Future Fund $4,081,000
50. Working Californians to Oppose Prop. 32, A Coalition of Labor Organizations, Working Men & Women $2,736,475
51. No on 32, Stop Corporate Special Exemptions from Campaign Finance Rules, Sponsored by Working Families and Labor Organizations $64,424,491
52. International Association of Fire Fighters Opposed to the Special Exemptions Act No on Measure 32 $700,000
53. Los Angeles Police Protective League’s (LAPPL) Public Safety First Political Action Committee - No on 32 $542,476
54. Southern California Alliance of Law Enforcement Committee to Oppose Propositions 32 and 34 $0
55. 2012 Auto Insurance Discount Act, Yes on Proposition 33, Sponsored by the American Agents Alliance with Support from California Insurance Providers for Competitive Prices and Consumer Discounts $8,663,371
56. Greenlining Action Fund for Yes on Proposition 33, with Major Funding Provided by Mercury Insurance Chairman George Joseph $210,000.00
57. Consumer Watchdog Campaign to Stop Prop 33, the Insurance Industry Deception, Major Funding by California Nurses Association’s Quality Health Care Committee & Consumer Watchdog Campaign Committee $227,722
58. A Committee in Support of Proposition 34, Sponsored by ACLU of Northern California $0
59. Yes on 34, A Coalition of Justice Orgs. $6,683,724
60. Justice California, No on Proposition 34 $5,657
61. No on 34, Public Safety First - Keep the Death Penalty, Sponsored by California Public Safety Institute $0
62. Californians for Justice and Public Safety, No on Proposition 34 $415,868
64. Safer California Foundation, Vote Yes on 35 $0
65. Vote Yes on 35: Stop Human Trafficking in CA, Coalition of Survivors, Children, Human Rights Advocates, Law Enforcement & Comm. GRPS, Spon. by California Against Slavery & Safer California Foundation $2,749,991
66. Yes on 36, Three Strikes Reform, Sponsored by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. $2,386,707
67. Save 3 - Strikes No on Prop 36 $120,026
68. Yes on 37 Lake County $33,792
69. Environmental Working Group Yes on 37 Committee $41,948
70. Organic Consumer Organization’s Committee for the Right to Know About GMOs - Yes on Prop. 37 $1,591,985
71. Yes on 37 for Your Right to Know if Your Food has been Genetically Engineered. Supported by Consumer Advocates, Makers of Organic Products & California Farmers $7,286,468
72. Californians for Truth in Labeling - Yes on 37, Sponsored by the Center for Food Safety Action Fund $1,169,918
73. Committee for the Right to Know: Vote Yes on 37!!! $135,238
74. No on 37: Coalition Against the Deceptive Food Labeling Scheme, Sponsored by Farmers and Food Producers $44,252,460
75. Committee to Defend Prop. 38, Sponsored by the Advancement Project and Education Advocates, with Financial Support from Molly Munger and Stephen English $14,400,500
76. Yes on 38 - More Money for Our Local Schools, Not Sacramento. Endorsed by the CA State PTA, School Districts, Education Advocates & the Advancement Project, with Financial Support from Molly Munger $32,700,698


77. Stop the Middle-Class Income-Tax Hike - No on Prop. 38, Sponsored by the California Medical Association Physicians’ Issues Committee $14,312
78. Californians Against Higher Taxes, A Coalition of Taxpayers and Employers $23,500
79. BlueGreen Alliance, Inc. Committee for Proposition 39 Supported by Environmentalists and Labor Unions $100,000
80. South LA Power PAC $0
81. Yes on 39 - Californians to Close the Out-of-State Corporate Tax Loophole $30,017,254
82. Californians for Clean Energy and Jobs, Sponsored by Environmental Organizations and Business for Clean Energy and Jobs $0
83. Californians for Clean Energy and Jobs - Yes on Proposition 39, Sponsored by California League of Conservation Voters $300,000
84. California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA) Issues Political Action Committee (PAC) $45,000
85. F.A.I.R. - Fairness & Accountability in Redistricting Ballot Measure CMTE. with Major Funding from CA Rep. Party Frank Greinke, Friends of Mimi Walters for Senate 2012 & Sen. Dutton for Supervisor 2014 $213,000
86. Yes on 40 - Hold Politicians Accountable $683,618


Proposition: 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Total campaign committees for each proposition: - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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