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Financing California's Statewide Ballot Measures: 
1996 Primary and General Elections
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NOVEMBER 5, 1996 GENERAL ELECTION
PROPOSITION 211:  ATTORNEY-CLIENT FEE ARRANGEMENTS.
SECURITIES FRAUD.  LAWSUITS. VOTE:
YES 25.65
NO 74.35
 
Partial List – Also See Final Section of Report, “Multiple Ballot Measure Committees.” 
OPPOSE 
Bankers Against Frivolous Lawsuits, A Committee Against Proposition 211, Sponsored by the California Bankers Association ID# 960896 
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED 
 Under $10,000 $ 80,697 
 $10,000 or more
TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED  $ 80,697 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND ACCRUED EXPENSES  $ 68,590 
 In-Kind contributions/payments 2,477 
TOTAL COSTS  $ 71,067 
 
OPPOSE 
Securities Industry Association California Initiative ID# 960793
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED 
Under $10,000 $ 319,782 
$10,000 or more 1,858,674 
Itemized contributions of $10,000 or more 
American Stock Exchange $  10,000 
Bear Stearns  11,114 
CS First Boston  84,423 
Dean Witter Reynolds Inc.  324,187 
Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette  10,250
Goldman Sachs Group L.P., The 218,685 
Hambrecht & Quist LLC  151,000
Investment Company Institute  100,000 
Judge, Steve  36,750 
Lehman Brothers Holding  15,337 
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.  200,000
Morgan Stanley  20,000 
New York Stock Exchange  50,000 
Pacific Stock Exchange  15,000 
PaineWebber Group  14,501 
Prudential Securities Incorporated  214,280 
Robertson Stephens & Company LLC  100,000 
Salomon Inc.  12,233 
Securities Industry Association  39,444 
SIA Western District  10,000 
Smith Barney  221,470 
TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED  $ 2,178,456 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND ACCRUED EXPENSES  $ 2,729,965 
In-Kind contributions/payments  47,444 
TOTAL COSTS  $ 2,777,409 
 


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