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The following are the total amount donated by top contributors to each state ballot measure. Click on the ballot measure for a list of the top 10 contributors supporting and opposing each measure. These lists reflect contributions as reported by committees.

Measure # Sup/Op Title Top Aggregated
Contributions
1613. (13-22) Support State Fees on Hospitals. Federal Medi-Cal Matching Funds. Initiative Statutory and Constitutional Amendment $40,030,980
1613. (13-22) Oppose State Fees on Hospitals. Federal Medi-Cal Matching Funds. Initiative Statutory and Constitutional Amendment $3,479,275
1660. (14-11) Support Referendum to Overturn Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags $5,936,233
1667. (15-3) Support Revenue Bond. Statewide Voter Approval. Initiative Constitutional Amendment $4,529,237
1668. (15-4) Support Adult Films. Condoms. Health Requirements. Initiative Statute $2,232,071
1669. (15-5) 05B4 Support School Bonds. Funding for K-12 School and Community College Facilities. Initiative Statutory Amendment $4,877,378
1672. (15-9A1) Support State Prescription on Drug Purchases. Pricing Standards. Initiative Statute $4,377,075
1672. (15-9A1) Oppose State Prescription on Drug Purchases. Pricing Standards. Initiative Statute $58,800,000
Total $124,262,249

The following are the total amount donated by top contributors to each state ballot measure that is pending Secretary of State verification or are still circulating for signa 05B4 tures. Click on the ballot measure for a list of the top 10 contributors supporting and opposing each measure. These lists reflect contributions as reported by Primarily Formed Committees.

Measure # Sup/Op Circulating Title Top Aggregated
Contributions
1695. (15-32) Supporti Minimum Wage. Increases and Future Adjustments. Initiative Statute.
$3,974,592*
1704. (15-43A1) Support Property Tax Surcharge to Fund Poverty Reduction Programs. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. $1,450,000
1727. (15-65A1) Support Tax Extension to Fund Education. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
$1,930,000
1728. (15-66) Support Death Penalty. Initiative $3,485,000
1734. (15-74) Support Carry-Out Bags. Charges. Initiative Statute $5,936,233
1741. (15-81) 
(*Previously 15-29 and 15-30)
Support California Healthcare, Research and Prevention Tobacco Tax Act of 2016 $7,624,771
1742. (15-83) Support Legislature. Legislation and Proceedings. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.  $7,042,385
1747. (15-96) Support Death Penalty Reform and Savings Act of 2016 $1,860,000
1756. (15-98) Support Firearms. Ammunition Sales. Initiative Statute. $3,167,577
1762. (15-103) Support Marijuana Legalization. Initiative Statute. $3,543,216
1746. (15-105) Support Minimum Wage. Increases and Future Adjustments. Initiative Statute. $1,645,638
1767. (15-109) Support High-Speed Rail. No issuance or Sale of Future Bonds. Suspension of Project. Initiative Statute. $613,956
1769. (15-107) Support Water Bond. Reallocation of Bond Authority to Water Storage Projects. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. $613,956*
1770. (15-111) Support Hospital Executive Compensation Act of 2016 $3,479,275
1773. (15-115A1) Support Tax Extension to Fund Education and Healthcare. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. $19,304,018
1781. (15-0121) Support Criminal Sentences. Juvenile Criminal Proceedings and Sentencing. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. $5,256,512
Total $70,313,173


No Primarily Formed Committee to support or oppose a candidate for state office has reached the $1,000,000 threshold for this list. Initiative and referendum measures can only qualify to appear on general election ballots.

 

The following are the total amount donated by top contributors to each state ballot measure. Click on the ballot measure for a list of the top 10 contributors supporting and opposing each measure. These lists reflect contributions as reported by committees.

Total $158,905,364

What is the Fair Political Practices Commission?

The Fair Political Practices Commission is a five-member independent, non-partisan commission that has primary responsibility for the impartial and effective administration of the Political Reform Act.

The Act regulates campaign financing, conflicts of interest, lobbying, and governmental ethics. The Commission’s objectives are to ensure that public officials act in a fair and unbiased manner in the governmental decision-making process, to promote transparency in government, and to foster public trust in the political system.