PROPOSITION 8:
PUBLIC SCHOOLS. PERMANENT CLASS
SIZE REDUCTION. PARENT-TEACHER COUNCILS.
TEACHER CREDENTIALING. PUPIL SUSPENSION FOR DRUG
POSSESSION. CHIEF INSPECTOR’S OFFICE.
INITIATIVE STATUTE.

NOVEMBER 3, 1998 GENERAL ELECTION
(Financial activity through June 30, 1998)


 

SUPPORT

Californians for Smaller Classes, Drug-Free Schools and Educational Accountability - Yes on 8
ID# 980132

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED

Under $10,000

$ 53,385

$10,000 or more

1,383,845

Itemized contributions of $10,000 or more

Amdahl Corporation

$ 25,000

Annenberg, Walter

10,000

ARCO – Atlantic Richfield Company

20,000

BankAmerica Corporation

25,000

Boeing Company, The

25,000

California Republican Party, ID# 810163

70,204

Chambers, John

25,000

Chevron

25,000

Crean, John

10,000

Doerr, L. John

49,000

Fenley, Joe

10,000

Joyce Raley-Teel

25,000

Kenis, Audrey

10,000

Kvamme, Floyd

57,575

Lane Jr., L.W.

50,000

Oracle Corporation

75,000

Pacific Enterprises

12,500

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

40,000

Packard Bell NEC, Inc.

50,000

San Diego Gas & Electric Co.

20,000

Smith, Theodore J.

10,000

Southern California Edison

140,000

SunAmerica, Inc.

25,000

Ticketmaster

10,000

Tracinda Corporation

10,000

Transamerica

25,000

Union Oil Company of California dba UNOCAL

50,000

United Services Automobile Association

10,000

Walt Disney Co., The

10,000

Wells Fargo Bank

12,500

Wilson Committee, Governor Pete

447,066

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED

$ 1,437,230

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND ACCRUED EXPENSES

$ 1,081,593

In-Kind Contributions/Payments

374,846

TOTAL COSTS

$ 1,456,439

OPPOSE

Parents, Teachers, Cops and Taxpayers Against Prop. 8
ID# 981689

No Activity


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