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{{tnr}}'''Eli Broad''' is a donor to [[:Category:Political donors, California|California ballot proposition campaigns]], as well as political campaigns in other states.  Broad, a billionaire, is based in Los Angeles.  Broad is ranked by ''[[wikipedia:Forbes|Forbes]]'' as having a net worth in 2011 of $5.8 billion, making him the [[wikipedia:Forbes list of billionaires|173rd wealthiest person in the world]].<ref>[http://www.forbes.com/profile/eli-broad ''Forbes'', "Eli Broad -- Forbes Profile", March 11, 2011]</ref>
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| Name= Eli Broad
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| Profile picture = Eli Broad.PNG
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| Net worth = $5.8 billion
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| Profession = Founder, KB Home and SunAmerica, Inc.
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| Personal website =
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| High school = Detroit Public Schools
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| Bachelor's = Michigan State University
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}}{{tnr}}'''Eli Broad''' (born June 6, 1933) is a donor to [[:Category:Political donors, California|California ballot proposition campaigns]], as well as political campaigns in other states.  Broad, a billionaire, is based in Los Angeles.  Broad is ranked by ''[[wikipedia:Forbes|Forbes]]'' as having a net worth in 2011 of $5.8 billion, making him the [[wikipedia:Forbes list of billionaires|173rd wealthiest person in the world]].<ref>[http://www.forbes.com/profile/eli-broad ''Forbes'', "Eli Broad -- Forbes Profile," March 11, 2011]</ref>
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According to Broad, "People don’t know I’ve got a deep social conscience." In describing his attitude toward philanthropy he says, "Whatever we do has to pass three tests. One, will it make a difference 30 years from now? Two, if we don’t do it, will it happen anyway? Three, are there people who can really make it happen?"<ref>[http://www.latimesmagazine.com/2009/05/eli-broad-david-bohnett.html ''Los Angeles Times Magazine'', "Eli Broad and David Bohnett," May 2009]</ref>
  
 
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==="Think Long"===
 
==="Think Long"===
  
Broad is a member of the [[Think Long Committee for California]]. This group announced in November 2011 that it plans to submit an initiative proposal for the state's [[California 2012 ballot propositions|November 2012 ballot]] to raise taxes in the state by $10 billion.<ref name=members>[http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-taxes-20111120,0,2206114.story ''Los Angeles Times'', "Billionaires, insiders plan to place $10-billion tax hike on 2012 California ballot", November 20, 2011]</ref>
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Broad is a member of the [[Think Long Committee for California]]. This group announced in November 2011 that it planned to submit an initiative proposal for the state's [[California 2012 ballot propositions|November 2012 ballot]] to raise taxes in the state by $10 billion.<ref name=members>[http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-taxes-20111120,0,2206114.story ''Los Angeles Times'', "Billionaires, insiders plan to place $10-billion tax hike on 2012 California ballot," November 20, 2011]</ref>
  
 
===Donations===
 
===Donations===
  
 
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| [[California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010)]]
 
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==External links==
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* [http://knowledgenetwork.alumni.msu.edu/msu-broad-art-museum/eliandedythebroadhavespenttheirlifetimegivingback.html Eli and Edythe Broad, a visual profile by MSUAA Knowledge Network]
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* [http://www.broadfoundation.org/ Broad Foundations]
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* [http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-9224643.html?refid=hbw_sw1 Profile of Eli Broad from the Los Angeles Business Journal]
  
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Political donors, California]]
 
[[Category:Political donors, California]]

Latest revision as of 07:51, 18 March 2014

Eli Broad
Eli Broad.PNG
Personal
ProfessionFounder, KB Home and SunAmerica, Inc.
Net Worth$5.8 billion
High SchoolDetroit Public Schools
Bachelor'sMichigan State University
Eli Broad (born June 6, 1933) is a donor to California ballot proposition campaigns, as well as political campaigns in other states. Broad, a billionaire, is based in Los Angeles. Broad is ranked by Forbes as having a net worth in 2011 of $5.8 billion, making him the 173rd wealthiest person in the world.[1]

According to Broad, "People don’t know I’ve got a deep social conscience." In describing his attitude toward philanthropy he says, "Whatever we do has to pass three tests. One, will it make a difference 30 years from now? Two, if we don’t do it, will it happen anyway? Three, are there people who can really make it happen?"[2]

Ballot measures

"Think Long"

Broad is a member of the Think Long Committee for California. This group announced in November 2011 that it planned to submit an initiative proposal for the state's November 2012 ballot to raise taxes in the state by $10 billion.[3]

Donations

Ballot measure Donated Position Outcome
California Proposition 28, Change in Term Limits (June 2012) $50,000 Approveda Approveda
California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010) $100,000 Approveda Approveda
California Proposition 27, Elimination of Citizen Redistricting Commission (2010) $100,000 Defeatedd Defeatedd
California Proposition 14, Top Two Primaries Act (June 2010) $100,000 Approveda Approveda
California Proposition 11, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (2008) $150,000 Approveda Approveda
Washington Charter School Authorization, Referendum 55 (2004) $200,000 Approveda Defeatedd

External links

References