CALIFORNIA SECRETARY OF STATE
FINANCING CALIFORNIA'S
STATEWIDE BALLOT MEASURES:
JUNE 2, 1998 PRIMARY ELECTION

CAMPAIGN FINANCING ACTIVITY
THROUGH MARCH 17, 1998

This report by the Secretary of State summarizes campaign financing activity to qualify, support and oppose all of California's statewide measures on the June 2, 1998 primary election ballot. The time period of activity covered by the report begins when funds were first raised or spent to qualify, support or oppose a measure, and the period ends as of March 17, 1998.

There are nine primary election ballot measures. Propositions 219 through 222 were placed on the ballot by the State Legislature, and Propositions 223 through 227 are initiatives.

The report shows that, as of March 17, 1998, campaign contributions totaling $18,956,868 were raised to qualify, support and oppose all nine measures on the primary election ballot. Total campaign receipts to support and oppose each measure are summarized below:
 

Total Campaign Contributions Through March 17, 1998

Proposition

Support

Oppose

Total

219

0

0

0

220

0

0

0

221

0

0

0

222

10,222

0

10,222

223

1,144,790

319,613

1,464,403

224

3,116,355

5,205,814

8,322,169

225

401,648

0

401,648

226

2,152,512

4,845,116

6,997,628

227

1,022,569

738,229

1,760,798

Grand Totals

7,848,096

11,108,772

18,956,868

The information in the following report is derived from campaign disclosure statements filed with the Secretary of State, pursuant to the Political Reform Act of 1974, by committees formed to qualify, support or oppose one or more of the ballot measures. This information does not include "independent expenditures" that may have been made in connection with the measures.


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