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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 212: CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND SPENDING LIMITS. REPEALS GIFT AND HONORARIA LIMITS. RESTRICTS LOBBYISTS.
VOTE: YES 49.16
NO 50.84
 
 
Partial List – Also See Final Section of Report, "Multiple Ballot Measure Committees."
SUPPORT 
Californians Against Political Corruption, Sponsored by California Public Interest Research Group ID# 960325 
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED 
Under $10,000  $ 170,742 
$10,000 or more  4,555,161 
Itemized contributions of $10,000 or more
California Public Interest Research Group  3,765,276
California State Council of Service Employees Political Action Issues-Defense and Advocacy Fund  10,000 
California Teachers Association Issues PAC, ID# 880873  602,150 
CALPIRG’s Committee Against Political Corruption, ID# 950826  157,000 
Nealon, Kevin  10,000 
PACE of California School Employees Association  10,735 
TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED  $ 4,725,903 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND ACCRUED EXPENSES  $ 4,207,089 
In-Kind contributions/payments  2,210,360 
TOTAL COSTS  $ 6,417,449
 
SUPPORT 
CALPIRG’s Committee Against Political Corruption ID# 950826 
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED 
Under $10,000 $ 9,528 
$10,000 or more 385,554 
Itemized contributions of $10,000 or more
California Public Interest Research Group  $ 385,554 
TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED  $ 395,082 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND ACCRUED EXPENSES  $ 387,491 
In-Kind contributions/payments  18,188 
TOTAL COSTS  $ 405,679 
 


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