Prop. 25

'Yes on 24' Committee Puts in $500,000 to Support Prop. 25, Philip Morris Commits the Same Amount to Oppose Prop. 25


 

CA Chamber of Commerce Contributes Another $350,000 to Oppose Prop. 25

The California Chamber of Commerce gave $350,000 to oppose Prop. 25 yesterday, bringing their total contributions to over $3.4 million. The California Association of Realtors also contributed $200,000 to oppose Prop. 25 yesterday. In total, the opposition to Prop. 25 has brought in $17.2 million. Supporters of Prop. 25 have raised just over $11.5 million.

Professional Engineers in California Government Contribute $100,000 in Support of Prop. 25

Oct. 27, 2010 - The Professional Engineers in California Government contributed $100,000 to support Prop. 25 on Monday, bringing their total contributions to $236,175. Prop. 25 supporters have raised almost $11.5 million, while opponents have raised almost $16.4 million, assisted by an additional $500,000 contribution from the American Beverage Association yesterday.

For more information please refer to our Prop. 25 page.

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, AFSCME Make New Offsetting Contributions to Prop. 25

Oct. 26, 2010 - The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association made an additional contribution to oppose Prop. 25 of close to $125,000 yesterday, bringing their total contributions to approximately $433,000. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees contributed $125,000 to support Prop. 25 yesterday, bringing their total contributions to almost $1.3 million.

For more information about this issue, please refer to MAPLight.org's Prop. 25 page.

Chevron Tops List of Contributors Opposing Prop. 25

Oct. 25, 2010 - Chevron gave $1.25 million late last week to oppose Prop. 25, making them the largest contributor to the campaign with a total of $3.75 million in contributions. The California Chamber of Commerce, the second largest contributor, has given almost $3.1 million, including a $250,000 contribution on Friday. Total contributions to oppose Prop. 25 have reached $15.6 million, while contributions from supporters, primarily unions, are at almost $11.2 million.