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* [[California Proposition 16 (June 2010)]]: '''$576,584'''<ref name=expenses>[http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1318623&view=expenditures [[Cal-Access]], List of "Californians to Protect our Right to Vote" expenditures]</ref>
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:: ''See also: [[Vendors and consultants to California's 2010 ballot proposition campaigns]]''
* [[California Proposition 17 (June 2010)]]: '''$181,547''' through February 9.<ref>[http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1318927&view=expenditures Expenditure details for "Yes on Proposition 17" campaign]</ref>
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* [[California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010)|Proposition 20 (November 2010)]]: '''$193,132''' (through August 29, 2010)
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In 2010, Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Mueller & Naylor provided legal services for eight of the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|statewide propositions on the California ballot]].
* [[California Proposition 22, Ban on State Borrowing from Local Governments (2010)|Proposition 22 (November 2010)]]: '''$318,612''' (through August 29, 2010).<ref>[http://cal-access.ss.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1322292&session=2009&view=expenditures List of expenditures on Proposition 22]</ref>
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* [[California Proposition 14, Top Two Primaries Act (June 2010)|Proposition 14]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$649,101'''</span>  
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* [[California Proposition 16 (June 2010)|Proposition 16]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$1,326,627'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 17 (June 2010)|Proposition 17]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$472,087'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010)|Proposition 20]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$385,321'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 21, Vehicle License Fee for Parks (2010)|Proposition 21]]: <span style="background-color:red; color: white">'''$13,231'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 22, Ban on State Borrowing from Local Governments (2010)|Proposition 22]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$484,070'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 24, Repeal of Corporate Tax Breaks (2010)|Proposition 24]]: <span style="background-color:red; color: white">'''$210,522'''</span>
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* [[California Proposition 26, Supermajority Vote to Pass New Taxes and Fees (2010)|Proposition 26]]: <span style="background-color:green; color: white">'''$343,025'''</span>
  
 
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Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Mueller & Naylor is a California-based law firm that includes a speciality practice in ballot measure and election litigation.[1]

Ballot measure campaigns

2010

Legend:
Worked for yes campaign
Worked for no campaign


See also: Vendors and consultants to California's 2010 ballot proposition campaigns

In 2010, Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Mueller & Naylor provided legal services for eight of the statewide propositions on the California ballot.

2009

Ballot proposition Firm's side Fees received Citation
California Proposition 1A (May 2009) (Budget Reform Now) Yes About $397,000 [2]

2008

Ballot proposition Firm's side Fees received Citation
Proposition 7 No About $654,000 [3]
Proposition 91 No About $27,000 [4]
Prop 98 and Prop 99 No on 98, Yes on 99 About $613,000 [5]

2006

Ballot proposition Firm's side Fees received Citation
Proposition 87 No About $651,700 [6]
Proposition 88 Yes About $111,000 [7]

2005

Ballot proposition Firm's side Fees received Citation
Prop 74 and Prop 76 Yes About $1,071,200 [8]

See also

External links

References

  1. Mercury News, "Cupertino joins battle against plan to divert local gas tax to state fund", July 20, 2009
  2. Expenditure records of Budget Reform Now
  3. Expenditure records of "No on 7"
  4. Expenditure records of "No on 91"
  5. Expenditure records of "No on 98/Yes on 99"
  6. Expenditure records of "No on 87"
  7. Expenditure records of "No on 7"
  8. Expenditure records of "Yes on 74 and 76"

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