March 18, 2011 - According to Jon Ortiz at the Sac Bee's The State Worker blog, the International Union of Operating Engineers has reached a tentative labor agreement with the State of California. It joins the California Association of Professional Scientists and Professional Engineers in California Government as the final three unions to reach agreements with the state this week. Below is a MAPLight.org analysis of campaign contributions and independent expenditures supporting Jerry Brown from the 2010 gubernatorial election.
|California Association of Professional Scientists ||$51,800||$25,000||$275,000||$351,800|
|Professional Engineers in California Government||$0||$60,000||$275,000||$335,000|
|International Union of Operating Engineers||$236,712||$0||$0||$236,712|
*California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010, a coalition of Public Employees, Firefighters, and Building Trades Organizations, spent over $2.5 million on independent expenditures supporting Jerry Brown and opposing Meg Whitman during 2010.
Contribution and expenditure data for the 2010 election cycle from the California Secretary of State's Web site.