November 2024 General Election

Last Modified: July 12, 2024

 

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 2024 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.

# A contributor whose name is marked with the # symbol is a transfer of funds between two or more primarily formed committees for or against the same statewide ballot measure, in order to be fully transparent, there are two contribution totals that include all activity and activity minus the primary formed committees marked with the # symbol.

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

Key Description
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.
Last Modified: July 12, 2024

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.

Prop # Circulating Title Top Aggregated
Contributions
Prop. 3 Low. Marriage Equality. Support - $1,569,599
Prop. 32 Raises Minimum Wage. Initiative Statute. Support - $10,434,815
Prop. 33 Expands Local Governments' Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property. Initiative Statute.

Support
-
$13,289,484

Oppose - $55,486,000

Prop. 34 Restricts Spending by Health Care Providers Meeting Specified Criteria. Initiative Statute. Support- $15,238,615
Prop. 35 Protect Access to Healthcare Act of 2024 Support- $18,325,000
Prop. 36 Allows Felony Charges and Increases Sentences for Certain Drug and Theft Crimes. Initiative Statute. Support
-
$6,934,000

Total from top contributors: $121,278,513

Proposition 3

Supporting

Committee: Yes for Marriage Equality, Sponsored by Equality California - 1340742

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria CA NEW $1,000,000
2 California Federation of Teachers COPE Prop/Ballot CA NEW $150,000
3

ACLU of Northern California Issues Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $100,000
4

California Works: Senator Toni Atkins Ballot Measure Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $100,000
5 Human Rights Campaign DC NEW $75,000
6 Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project Los Angeles County Action Fund CA NEW $45,900
7

Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties' Community Action Fund PAC

Top Donors to Contributor

CA NEW $42,831
8 Planned Parenthood Action Fund of the Pacific Southwest PAC CA NEW $25,868
9 Turo, Inc. CA NEW $20,000
10 Signal Hill Petroleum Inc. CA NEW $10,000

Total from top contributors: $1,569,599

Opposing

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

Proposition 32

1936. (21-0043A1)

Supporting

Committee: Working Hero Action for the Living Wage Act - 1444698

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Joseph N. Sanberg CA + $10,434,815

Total from top contributors: $10,434,815

Opposing

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

Proposition 33

1950. (22-0008)

Supporting

Committee: Justice for Renters, Sponsored by AIDS Healthcare Foundation - 1458912

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 AIDS Healthcare Foundation CA + $13,239,484
2 Unite Here, Local 11 CA - $50,000

                                  Total from top contributors: $13,289,484

Opposing

Committee: No on 33, Californians for Responsible Housing: A Bi-Partisan Coalition of Affordable Housing Advocates, Taxpayers, Veterans, and Small Businesses, Sponsored by California Apartment Association - 1421884

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

California Apartment Association Issues Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $6,450,000
2 George W. Lattimer CA NEW $36,000

                                  Total from top contributors: $6,486,000

 

Committee: Homeownership for Families, Sponsored by California Association of Realtors - 1400190

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

California Association of Realtors

Contributions aggregated with California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC

CA - $22,000,000
2

California Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC

Contributions aggregated with California Association of Realtors

CA - $22,000,000
3 National Association of Realtors IL NEW $5,000,000

                                  Total from top contributors: $49,000,000

Proposition 34

1963. (23-0021)

Supporting

Committee: Yes on 34, Protect Patients Now: A Coalition of Women, Veterans, LGBTQ+ Advocates, and Patient Groups, Sponsored by California Apartment Association - 1462796

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1

California Apartment Association Issues Committee

Top Donors to Contributor

CA + $15,200,000
2 California Apartment Association CA - $38,615

                                    Total from top contributors: $15,238,615

Opposing

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

Proposition 35

1966. (23-0024)

Supporting

Committee: Coalition to Protect Access to Healthcare, Coalition of Doctors, Non-profit Community Health, First Responders, Healthcare Workers, Hospitals, and Community Health Plans - 1462573

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 California Medical Association - Physicians Issues Committee CA ↑+ $5,275,000
2 Global Medical Response, INC and it's subdiaries CO ↑+ $5,000,000
3

California Hospitals Committee on Issues

Top Donors to Contributor

CA - $2,000,000
4 Altamed Health Services Corporation CA - $1,000,000
5 Air Methods Corporation CO - $1,000,000
6 California Dental Association CA - $1,000,000
7 Family Health Centers of San Diego CA - $1,000,000
8 Community Health Center Network Inc. CA - $900,000
9 California Primary Care Association CA - $900,000
10 Centene and its affiliate Health Net CA - $250,000

                                    Total from top contributors: $18,325,000

Opposing

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

Proposition 36

1959. (23-0017)

Supporting

Committee: Californians to Reduce Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft, Sponsored by Golden State Communities - 1462938

No. Contributor State Status Total Contributions
1 Walmart, INC AR - $2,500,000
2 Target Corporation MN - $1,000,000
3 Home Depot USA, Inc. GA - $1,000,000
4 In-N-Out Burgers CA NEW $500,000
5 Taylor Fresh Foods, Inc. CA $500,000
6 California Business Roundtable Issues PAC CA $370,000
7 7-Eleven TX $300,000
8 California Correctional Peace Officers Association Truth in American Government Fund (non-profit 501(C)(5)) CA $300,000
9 San Manuel Band of Mission Indians CA $250,000
10 Macy's, Inc. NY $215,000

                                  Total from top contributors: $6,935,000

Opposing

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

None at this time.

Additional Resources

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