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==Donations to ballot campaigns==
 
==Donations to ballot campaigns==
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===2010===
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* [[Oklahoma State Question 744 (2010)]]
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===2009===
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* [[California Proposition 1A (May 2009)]]: $3,000,000
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* [[Maine Auto Excise Tax Repeal, Question 2 (2009)]]: $350,000
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* [[Washington Lower Property Taxes, Initiative 1033 (2009)]]: $340,804
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* [[Washington Referendum 71 (2009)]]: $15,000
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===2008===
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* [[Arizona Proposition 105 (2008)]]: $500,000
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* [[Colorado Initiative 126 (2008)]]: $250,000
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* [[Nebraska Civil Rights Initiative (2008)]]: $50,000
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===2007===
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* [[Utah School Voucher Referendum (2007)]].  Between the national office of the NEA and its Utah affiliate, $3.1 million was given to the campaign to defeat the referendum.
  
 
===2006===
 
===2006===
  
* [[Ohio Minimum Wage Initiative (2006)]]$710,000.
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* [[Missouri Minimum Wage Initiative (2006)]]: $200,000
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* [[Ohio Minimum Wage Initiative (2006)]]: $710,000
  
 
===2004===
 
===2004===
  
* [[Washington Charter School Authorization, Referendum 55 (2004)]]
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* [[Maine Education Funding Carryover Initiative (2004)]]: $300,000
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* [[Washington Charter School Authorization, Referendum 55 (2004)]]: $500,000
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* [[Florida Minimum Wage, Amendment 5 (2004)]]
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===2002===
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* [[Utah Radioactive Waste Initiative (2002)]]: $323,800
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 23:39, 14 January 2010

The National Education Association is the largest labor union in the United States. It has about 3.2 million members, 14,000 local affiliates and 51 state-level affiliates. In 2005, its members paid a collective $295 million in dues. Through its National Education Association Ballot Fund, it involves itself extensively in ballot measure campaigns around the country.

Donations to ballot campaigns

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2004

2002

External links