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===Ballot measures===
 
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* [[California Proposition 87 (2006|Proposition 87]]
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* [[California Proposition 57 (2004)|Proposition 57]].
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| [[California Proposition 8 (2008)|Proposition 8]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2008 ballot propositions|2008]]
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| align="right" | $500,000
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| [[California Proposition 87, Alternative Energy Oil Tax (2006)|Proposition 87]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2006 ballot measures|2006]]
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| align="right" | $49,581,810
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| [[California Proposition 77, Rules Governing Legislative Redistricting (2005)|Proposition 77]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2005 ballot propositions|2005]]
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| align="right" | $4,250,000
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| [[California Proposition 57, Bonds to Pay Off State Government's Deficit (March 2004)|Proposition 57]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2004 ballot propositions|2004]]
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| align="right" | $284,750
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| [[California Proposition 71, Stem Cell Research (2004)|Proposition 71]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2004 ballot propositions|2004]]
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| align="right" | $260,000
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| [[California Proposition 72, Healthcare Coverage Requirements (2004)|Proposition 72]]
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| align="center" | [[California 2004 ballot propositions|2004]]
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| align="right" | $50,000
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| [[California Proposition 10, "First 5" Early Childhood Cigarette Tax (1998)|Proposition 10]]
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| align="center" | [[California 1998 ballot propositions|1998]]
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| align="right" | $1,800,000
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Revision as of 06:01, 11 July 2011

Stephen Bing is a real estate heir. He was a major donor to California's Prop 87 in 2006. According to the Los Angeles Times, the approximately $50 million that Bing spent on the failed initiative was "the biggest single personal investment in a ballot proposition in state history."[1]

Political giving

Bing donates under his name and his entertainment company (Shangri-La Entertainment) also has been a major donor to political causes.

Ballot measures

Proposition Year Amount
Proposition 8 2008 $500,000
Proposition 87 2006 $49,581,810
Proposition 77 2005 $4,250,000
Proposition 57 2004 $284,750
Proposition 71 2004 $260,000
Proposition 72 2004 $50,000
Proposition 10 1998 $1,800,000

Candidates, parties

Since 2000, Bing has given $640,172 to the California Democratic Party.

Political candidates to whom Bing has donated include:

  • Dick Durbin, Rahm Emmanuel, Al Franken, Hillary Clinton.[2]

Candidate committees Bing has donated to include:

  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
  • Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.[2]

Other

Bing donated between $10-25 million to the William J. Clinton Foundation.[3]

External links

References