Proposition 62 - Death Penalty. Initiative Statute.

 

In Support of this measure:

 

Total amount of reported contributions to this measure: $10,078,521*

Individual Ballot Measure Committees Formed for this Measure

Committee ID**

Committee Name

Total Reported Contributions

1385745

Fund for Policy Reform Nonprofit 501(c)(4), sponsored by Fund for Policy Reform, Yes on Propositions 57, 62, and 64, K, and L and No on Proposition 66, in support of marijuana legalization, parole for nonviolent offenders, repeal of the death penalty, November runoffs and voting on initiatives and referenda in November.

$0

1391170

Million Voter Project Action Fund - Yes on 55, 56, 57, 58, 62, and No on 66, Sponsored by Social Justice Organizations

$2,105,000

1390529

Volunteers for Yes on 62

$185,169

1380590

Yes on 62. Replace the Costly, Failed Death Penalty System. Sponsored by Taxpayers for Sentencing Reform

$7,788,352

*Through 12/31/2016. Last updated on 02/07/2017.

**The law also requires ballot measure committees that raise $1 million or more to report the Top 10 Contributors who have donated at least $10,000 to the committee.

 

In Opposition to this measure:

 

Total amount of reported contributions to this measure: $10,633,987*

Individual Ballot Measure Committees Formed for this Measure

Committee ID**

Committee Name

Total Reported Contributions

1302403

California Correctional Peace Officers Association Truth in American Government Fund; No on Proposition 62, Yes on Proposition 66 (Non-Profit 501(C)5)

$7,468,322

1346266

Californians to Mend, Not End, the Death Penalty. No on Prop 62, Yes on Prop 66. Supported by Prosecutors, Law Enforcement, and Families of Victims.

$3,070,725

1317554

San Francisco Police Officers Association Issues PAC - Yes on 66, No on 62

$94,940

*Through 12/31/2016. Last updated on 02/07/2017.

**The law also requires ballot measure committees that raise $1 million or more to report the Top 10 Contributors who have donated at least $10,000 to the committee.