November 2018 General Election

Last Modified: Dec, 13 2018

 

Below are lists of the top 10 contributors to committees that have raised at least $1,000,000 and are primarily formed to support or oppose a state ballot measure or a candidate for state office in the November 2018 general election.

The lists do not show all contributions to every state ballot measure, or each independent expenditure committee formed to support or oppose a state candidate, only those committees that have raised $1,000,000 or more and have at least one contributor of $10,000 or more.

For itemized contribution and expenditure reports on state ballot measures, go to the CA Secretary of State’s ballot measure page.

For itemized contribution and expenditure reports on state candidates, go to the CA Secretary of State’s candidate page.

*A contributor whose name is marked with an asterisk made a contribution to a committee that simultaneously supported or opposed more than one potential ballot measure for the same election. Because of this, it is not possible to determine the amount of the contribution that was spent specifically on the campaign for any particular measure. In these cases the contributions are listed for each ballot measure the committee has been formed to support or oppose. This results in the same contribution appearing multiple times - once for each ballot measure the committee supports or opposes.

The top 10 lists reflect the most recently available data. During the 90 days before an election the FPPC makes every attempt to ensure that the lists are updated within one business day of receiving new information. Otherwise, the top contributor lists are updated weekly.

The following key explains the symbols used to indicate changes after each new update.

Status Key

NEW A new person/entity has qualified as a top 10 contributor.
A contributor has moved up the list.
A contributor has moved down the list.
+ A contributor has made an additional contribution.
- No change has occurred with this contributor.

*A contributor whose name is marked with an asterisk made a contribution to a committee that simultaneously supported or opposed more than one potential ballot measure for the same election. Because of this, it is not possible to determine the amount of the contribution that was spent specifically on the campaign for any particular measure. In these cases the contributions are listed for each ballot measure the committee has been formed to support or oppose. This results in the same contribution appearing multiple times - once for each ballot measure the committee supports or opposes.

Last Modified: Dec, 13 2018

Top Contributor Lists

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 signatures. These lists reflect contributions as reported by Primarily Formed Committees.

Measure # Sup/Op Circulating Title Top Aggregated
Contributions
Prop. 1 Support Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018 $2,112,731*
Prop. 2 Support Authorizes Bonds to Fund Existing Housing Program for Individuals with Mental Illness. Legislative Statute. $2,112,731*
Prop. 3 Support Authorizes Bonds to Fund Projects for Water Supply and Quality, Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Water Conveyance, and Groundwater Sustainability and Storage. Initiative Statute.  $2,680,260
Prop. 4  Support Authorizes Bonds Funding Construction at Hospitals Providing Children's Health Care. Initiative Statute.  $11,438,720
Prop. 5 Support Changes Requirements for Certain Property Owners to Transfer Their Property Tax Base to Replacement Property. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. $13,224,825
Prop. 5 Oppose Changes Requirements for Certain Property Owners to Transfer Their Property Tax Base to Replacement Property. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. $2,650,428
Prop. 6 Support Eliminates Recently Enacted Road Repair and Transportation Funding by Repealing Revenues Dedicated for those Purposes. Requires any measure to Enact Certain Vehicle Fuel Taxes and Vehicle Fees be Submitted to and Approved by the Electorate. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. $2,130,941
Prop. 6 Oppose Eliminates Recently Enacted Road Repair and Transportation Funding by Repealing Revenues Dedicated for those Purposes. Requires any measure to Enact Certain Vehicle Fuel Taxes and Vehicle Fees be Submitted to and Approved by the Electorate. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. $18,965,739
Prop. 8 Support Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Limits Charges for Patient Care. Initiative Statute. $18,862,341
Prop. 8 Oppose Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Limits Charges for Patient Care. Initiative Statute. $111,464,365
Prop. 9 Support Division of California into Three States. Initiative Statute. $1,220,000
Prop. 10 Support Expands Local Governments' Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property. Initiative Statute. $24,033,367
Prop. 10 Oppose Expands Local Governments' Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property. Initiative Statute. $49,432,762
Prop. 11 Support Requires Private-Sector Emergency Ambulance Employees to Remain On Call During Work Breaks. Changes Other Conditions of Employment. Initiative Statute.  $30,225,450
Prop. 12 Support Establishes New Standards for Confinement of Certain Farm Animals; Bans Sale of Certain Non-Complying Products. Initiative Statute. $11,004,124
Tony Thurmond Support Superintendent of Public Instruction $12,989,175
Marshall Tuck Support Superintendent of Public Instruction $30,846,525
Cristina Garcia Oppose Assembly - District 58 $818,950
Ricardo Lara Support Insurance Commissioner $1,182,500
Buffy Wicks Supporing Assembly - District 15 $1,075,690
 
Total $348,471,624

Proposition 1

Supporting

Affordable Housing Now - Yes on Props. 1 & 2 coalition: Housing California, California Housing Consortium, State Building and Construction Trades, Council of California and Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

Chan Zuckerberg Advocacy

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $300,000
2 No on Prop 10, Californians for Responsible Housing CA NEW $282,731
3 Chevron Policy Governmental & Public Affairs CA $250,000
4 PG&E Corporation CA
$250,000
5 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and the Hospitals
CA
$250,000
6

California Apartment Association Issues Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA
$180,000
7 Southern California Edison CA
$150,000
8 California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC (CAR-IMPAC) CA $150,000
9 Essex Property Trust, Inc. CA
$150,000
10

Members' Voice of the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California

Top Donors to Contributor

CA
$150,000
Total from top contributors $2,112,731

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 2

Supporting

Affordable Housing Now - Yes on Props. 1 & 2 coalition: Housing California, California Housing Consortium, State Building and Construction Trades, Council of California and Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

Chan Zuckerberg Advocacy

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $300,000
2 No on Prop 10, Californians for Responsible Housing CA NEW $282,731
3 Chevron Policy Governmantal & Public Affairs CA
$250,000
4 PG&E Corporation CA $250,000
5 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and the Hospitals
CA
$250,000
6

California Apartment Association Issues Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA
$180,000
7 Southern California Edison CA
$150,000
8 California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC (CAR-IMPAC) CA
$150,000
9 Essex Property Trust, Inc. CA
$150,000
10

Members' Voice of the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California

Top Donors to Contributor

CA
$150,000
Total from top contributors $2,112,731

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 3

Supporting

Californians for Safe Drinking Water and a Clean and Reliable Water Supply, A Coalition of Farmers, Conservationists, Businesses and Water Leaders
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 California Waterfowl Association CA - $495,000
2 Ducks Unlimited TN - $415,000
3 California Wildlife Foundation* CA - $330,000
  California Wildlife Foundation Vesta Fund CA -  
4 Western Growers CA -
$275,000
5 California Rice Industry Association CA -
$240,000
6 California Grape & Tree Fruit League DBA California Fresh Fruit Association  CA + $225,080
7 Northern California Water Association for a Water Bond CA - $200,000
8

Agricultural and Dairy Community for Safe Drinking Water and A Reliable Water Supply

Top Donors for Contributor

CA - $200,000
9

American Pistachio Growers

Top Donors for Contributor

CA - $175,180
10 Wonderful Orchards LLC CA - $125,000
Total from top contributors $2,680,260

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 4

Supporting

Yes on Children's Hospital, sponsored by California Children's Hospital Association
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Children's Hospital of Los Angeles CA - $1,363,100
2 Valley Children's Hospital CA - $1,363,100
3 Children's Hospital of Orange County CA -
$1,363,100
4 Loma Linda University Children's Hospital CA - $1,363,000
5 Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego CA -
$1,363,000
6 Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
CA -
$1,363,000
7 Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland
CA -
$1,363,000
8 Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach CA -
$1,363,000
9 Marc Benioff CA - $500,000
10

Assemblyman Adam Gray's Ballot Measure Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $34,420
Total from top contributors $11,438,720

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 5

Supporting

Homeownership for Families and Tax Savings for Seniors, Sponsored by the California Association of Realtors, Major Funding by the California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 CA Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization Political Action Committee (IMPAC) CA - $10,204,825
2 National Association of Realtors Fund (Nonprofit 527 Organization) IL - $3,000,000
3 California Apartment Association Issues Committee CA NEW $20,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $13,204,825

Opposing

No on Prop 5, Sponsored by Educators, Public Safety and Health Care Organizations
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 SEIU California State Council Political Committee CA - $1,000,000
2 California Teachers Association Issues PAC CA - $750,000
3 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO (MPO)   CA  - $300,000
4 California Professional Firefighters Ballot Issues Committee CA - $242,750
5 California Federation of Teachers COPE Prop/Ballot Committee   CA  - $162,500
6 County Supervisors Association of California dba California Sate Association of Counties (Nonprofit 501(c)(4)) CA - $100,178
7 AFSCME 57 Issues PAC   CA - $50,000
8 CA Faculty Assn Political Issues Committee   CA -  $35,000
9 American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees Local No. 685 PAC CA NEW $10,000
  Total from Top Contributors     $2,650,428

Proposition 6

Supporting

Give Voters a Voice
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

California Republican Party**

Top Donors for this Contributor

CA - $466,638
2 Kevin McCarthy for Congress CA - $300,000
3

John Cox for Governor 2018

Top Donors for this Contributor

CA - $250,000
4

Making Investments Majority Insured PAC - Federal Leadership PAC

Top Donors for this Contributor

CA - $214,000
5 Ken Calvert for Congress CA -
$175,000
6 Walters for Congress CA - $135,303
7 Kojaian Properties, Inc. MI - $100,000
8 Devin Nunes Campaign Committee CA -
$100,000
9 Western Growers Association CA -
$100,000
10

Ventura County Republican Party

Top Donors for this Contributor

CA NEW $68,0118
Total from top contributors $1,909,059

 

Reform California - Yes on 6
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 New Car Dealers Association PAC CA ↑+
$45,000
2 David Herro CA ↓- $25,000
3 Broidy Capital Management LLC CA ↓- $25,000
4 Susan Groff CA NEW $15,625
5 The Lincoln Club of Orange County Issues PAC

 

CA ↓- $10,000
6 Harkey for Board of Equalization 2018 CA ↓- $10,000
Total from top contributors $130,625

Opposing

No on Prop 6: Stop the Attack on Bridge & Road Safety, Sponsored by business, labor, local governments and transportation advocates
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

California Alliance for Jobs - Rebuild California Committee

CA - $5,025,692
2

Members' Voice of the State Building and Construction Trade Council of California

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $2,205,789
  State Building and Construction Trades Councilof California (Nonprofit 501 (c)(5)) CA - -
  State Building and Construction Trades Council of Claifornia Independent Expenditure CA - -
3 Southern California Partnership for Jobs (Nonprofit 501 (c)(6)) CA - $1,900,000
4 Laborers Pacific Southwest Regional Organizing Coalition Issues PAC CA - $1,719,348
5 International Union of Operating DC - $1,500,000
6 Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Issues Committee CA NEW $1,403,291
7 Southern California District Council of Laborers Issues PAC CA
$1,400,000
8 Northern California Carpenters Regionals Council Issues PAC CA
$1,380,300
9 Working for Working America DC
$1,350,000
10 Vulcan Materials Company CA
$1,081,319
Total from top contributors $18,965,739

Proposition 8

Supporting

Californians for Kidney Dialysis Patient Protection, Sponsored by Service Employees International Union - United Healthcare Workers West
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Service Employees International Union, United Healthcare Workers West (Nonprofit 501(c)(5) - Californians for Kidney Dialysis Patient Protection* CA + $17,862,341
2 California State Council of Service Employees Issues Committee CA - $1,000,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $18,862,341

Opposing

Patients and Caregivers to Protect Dialysis Patients, sponsored by the California Dialysis Council
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 DaVita DC - $67,027,872
2 Fresenius Medical Care North America KS + $33,983,968
3 US Renal Care, Inc. TX - $8,176,421
4 Dialysis Clinic, Inc. TN - $1,215,417
5 American Renal Management LLC MA - $552,462
6 Satellite Healthcare, Inc. CA -
$508,225
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $111,464,365

Proposition 9

Proposition 9 removed from November 2018 ballot by California Supreme Court

Supporting

Citizens for Cal3 - Yes on Prop. 9
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Timothy Draper CA NEW $1,220,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $1,220,000

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 10

Supporting

Coalition for Affordable Housing. Sponsored by AIDS Healthcare Foundation and ACCE Action
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 AIDS Healthcare Foundation CA + $22,838,974
2 California Teachers Association CA - $500,000
3 California Nurses Association through their intermediary California Nurses Association Initiative PAC CA - $350,000
4 SEIU California State Council through their intermediary California State Council of Service Employees Issues Committee CA NEW $100,000
5 California Federation of Teachers COPE PROP/BALLOT CA NEW $100,000
6 East Bay Working Families, A Coalition of Union and Community Groups CA - $84,393
7 American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 3299 Issues PAC CA -
$60,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $24,033,367

Opposing

No on Prop 10; Californians for Responsible Housing, A Coalition of Veterans, Seniors, Affordable Housing Providers, Social Justice Groups, Taxpayer Associations, and Labor; Sponsored by the California Apartment Association
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Essex Property Trust, INC., and Affiliated Entities CA +
$6,616,200
2 Equity Residential IL ↑+ $5,224,900
3 Avalonbay Communities, INC. CA ↑+ $4,206,100
4 CA Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC (IMPAC) CA
$4,000,000
5 George M. Marcus and Affiliated Entities CA + $2,350,000
6 Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc. CA -
$1,585,500
7 UDR, INC. CO ↑+ $1,807,650
8 Invitation Homes, Inc. TX - $1,286,250
9 Spieker Companies, INC CA ↑+
$779,900
10 Blackstone Property Partners, LP; BREIT MF Holdings LLC; Blackstone Real Estate Partners (VI-VIII); and their holdings IL NEW $1,134,634
Total from top contributors $29,346,134

 

No on Prop 10 - A Flawed Initiative That Will Make The Housing Crisis Worse a coalition of housing advocates, renters, large and small businesses, taxpayer groups, and veterans
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Blackstone Property Partners, LP-BREIT MF Holdings LLC; Blackstone Real Estate Partners (VI through VIII) LP; & their holdings
NY -
$5,038,200
2 Michael K. Hayde, Including Western National Group & Affiliated Entities CA -
$4,761,840
3 California Association of Realtors - Issues Mobilization PAC CA - $4,000,000
4 Geoffrey H. Palmer CA -
$2,000,000
5 Lewis Pacific Partners, Including aggregated contributions from Lewis Investment Company, LLC CA -
$1,000,000
6

Californians for Affordable Housing, No on Proposition 10, sponsored by the California Rental Housing Association

Top Donors for Contributor

CA -
$851,337
7 Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of American California Initiative Fund CA - $500,000
8

AOA Political Action Committee

Top Donors for Contributor

CA - $250,000
9 Amel Develpment Company and Affiliated Entities via Amel Management Company CA -
$250,000
10 Frank T. Suryan Jr. and Affiliated Entities CA -
$228,250
Total from top contributors $18,879,628


Californians for Affordable Housing, No on Proposition 10, sponsored by the California Housing Association
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Multi-County Property Rights PAC CA ↑+ $487,000
2 Issues PAC ofApartment Assn. of Greater Los Angeles and Apartment Assn. of Greater Los Angeles PAC CA
$450,000
3 California Rental Housing Assn, No on Prop 10 (Nonprofit 501 (c)(6)) CA - $100,000
4 East Bay Rental Housing Assn PAC CA - $50,000
5 Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute

 

CA -
$25,000
6 San Diego County Apartment Assn CA - $25,000
7 Liponsky Real Estate LLC  CA - $20,000
8

Richard Genirberg

GA - $20,000
9 Jon Vicars CA - $20,000
10 NorCal Rental Property Assoc Inc. CA - $10,000
Total from top contributors $1,207,000

Proposition 11


Supporting

Californians for Emergency Preparedness and Safety, Committee Major Funding From American Medical Response (AMR)
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 American Medical Response CO - $30,150,450
2 Reach Air Medical Services TX NEW $25,000
3 PHI, INC. AZ NEW $25,000
4 911 Ambulance Provider's Medi-Cal Alliance CA - $25,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $30,225,450

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Proposition 12

Supporting

Prevent Cruelty California, a Humane Society Committee
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Open Philanthropy Action Fund CA + $4,000,000
2 Deborah Stone MA ↑+ $2,650,000
3 The Humane Society of the United States DC $2,062,360
4 Django Bonderman TX NEW $500,000
5 Zoe Bonderman TX NEW $500,000
6 Kyle Vogt CA
$500,000
7 Laurie McGrath CA NEW $250,000
8 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals NY ↑+ $200,000
9 Mercy for Animals CA ↑+ $184,244
10 The Humane League MD
$157,520
Total from top contributors $11,004,124

Opposing

No committee opposing this ballot measure raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tony Thurmond

Supporting

Educators Supporting Tony Thurmond for Superintendent of Public Instruction 2018 sponsored by teachers and school employees organizations
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 California Teachers Association Independent Expenditure Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $8,528,538
2 California Federation of Teachers COPE CA + $1,160,000
3 National Education Association Advocacy Fund DC -
$1,000,000
4 SEIU California State Council Political Committee CA - $750,000
5 PACE of California School Employees Association
CA +
$700,637
  PACE of California School Employees Association Local, State, Federal Candidates (Fed PAC ID# C00480830) CA -
-
6 Faculty for our University's Future, a committee sponsored by the California Faculty Association CA - $405,000
7 American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (FED PAC ID # C000028860) DC -
$250,000
8 American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO (MPO) DC -
$100,000
9 California Nurses Association Political Action Committee (CNA-PAC) CA -
$50,000
10 American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees - CA People (AFSCME CA People) Small Contributor Committee CA -
$45,000
Total from top contributors $12,989,175

Opposing

No committee opposing this candidate raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

 

 

Marshall Tuck

Supporting

Students, Parents and Teachers supporting Marshall Tuck for Superintendent of Public Instruction 2018, a project of EdVoice
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

EdVoice for the Kids PAC

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $24,706198
2

Association of California School Administrators PAC SCC

CA -
$45,000
3

Families & Teachers for Antonio Villaraigosa for Governor 2018, sponsored by California Charter Schools Association Advocates

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $26,000
4

Students for Education Reform (SFER) Action Network

Top Donors to Contributor

CA -
$16,427
5 Michael Stoppelman CA -
$15,000
6 George Hume CA - $15,000
No other contribution has been made to this committee
Total from top contributors $24,823,625

 

Parents, Teachers and Neighbors working together for quality, safe public schools for all, a project of
EdVoice, supporting Marshall Tuck for Superintendent of Public Instruction 2018

  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

EdVoice for the Kids PAC

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $1,672,900
2

Bill Bloomfield

CA - $1,375,000
3

Charter Public Schools PAC, sponsored by CA Charter Schools Assn Advocates

Top Donors to Contributor

CA -
$1,050,000
4 Scott D. Cook CA - $500,000
5 Helen Signe Ostby
CA -
$500,000
6 Stephen Chamberlin CA - $250,000
7 Susan Chamberlin CA - $250,000
8 Lorna M. Auerbach CA - $225,000
9 Richard N. Tinsley CA - $100,000
10 William S. Thompson CA - $50,000
11 Cyrus Stephen Hadidi CA -
$50,000
Total from top contributors $6,022,900

California Assembly

Cristina Garcia

Supporting

No committee supporting this candidate raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Opposing

 

Working Californians Against Corruption, Opposing Cristina Garcia for Assembly 2018, Committee Major Funding from State Building & Construction Trades Council of California
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 State Building and Construction Trades Council of California Independent Expenditure PAC

 

CA NEW $150,000
2 International Brotherhood of Boilmakers Local 92 PAC CA NEW $125,000
3 District Council of Iron Workers Political Action League CA NEW
$100,000
4 State Building and Construction Trades Council of California PAC CA NEW
$100,000
5 International Brotherhood of Boilmakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers & Helpers Local 549 PAC CA NEW $75,000
6 Erin Lehane - Major Funder Due to Non-Monetary Contributions Received at Close of Semi-Annual Period CA NEW
$68,950
7 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 11 Political Action Committee CA NEW
$50,000
8 California State Pipe Trades Council Political Action Fund CA NEW
$50,000
9 Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Political Action Fund CA NEW
$50,000
10 Southern California Pipe Trades District Council #16 Political Action Committee CA NEW
$50,000
Total from top contributors $818,950

 

Insurance Commissioner

Ricardo Lara

Supporting

Progress California supporting Ricardo Lara for Insurance Commissioner 2018 sponsored by labor and nonprofit health advocate organizations
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

SEIU California State Council Political Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $317,500
2

California Democratic Party

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $250,000
3 Million More Voters, Sponsored by the California Labor Federation AFL-CIO CA - $250,000
4 California Professional Firefighters PAC CA -
$100,000
5 Service Employees Internation Union Local 1000 Candidate PAC CA - $100,000
6 PACE of California School Employees Association Local, State, Federal Candidates (FED PAC ID #C00480830) CA ↑+ $75,000
  PACE of California School Employees Association CA - -
7

Service Employees International Union United Healthcare Workers

Top Donors to Contributor

CA
$50,000
8

Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project LA County Action Fund RUA

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $30,000
9 Planned Parenthood Action Fund of the Pacific Southwest PAC CA -
$10,000
Total from top contributors $1,182,500

Opposing

No committee supporting this candidate raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

Assembly - District 15

Buffy Wicks

Supporting

Coalition for East Bay Health Care Access, Affordable Housing and Quality Public Schools, supporting Buffy Wicks for Assembly 2018
  Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

EdVoice for the Kids PAC

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $556,500
2 California Dental Association PAC CA NEW $169,500
3

California Apartment Association Independent Expenditure Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $100,000
4

California Medical Association Independent Expenditure Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $81,500
5 Ronald Conway CA NEW $45,000
6

Govern for California Action Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $38,190
7

California YIMBY Vicotry Fund

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW
$35,000
8 California Medical Association PAC CA NEW $30,000
9 California Dental Association Independent Expenditure PAC CA NEW $20,000
Total from top contributors $1,075,690

Opposing

No committee supporting this candidate raised enough money to reach the reporting threshold for this list.

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