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CAL-ACCESS STATISTICS
All California campaign committees with contributions or expenditures of $50,000 or more, raised or spent in connection with the November 7, 2000 General Election, are filing campaign disclosure statements electronically. Included are committees supporting or opposing statewide ballot measures, State Senate and Assembly candidate committees, political action committees, political parties, and slate mailer committees. The information they submit is entered in the CAL-ACCESS database and posted here on the Secretary of State's web site.

(Federal campaign reports are listed separately on the Federal Election Commission's web site.)

NUMBER OF ELECTRONIC FILERS NUMBER OF ELECTRONIC FILINGS HITS TO CAL-ACCESS WEBSITE
3,536 7,256 2,937,079


TOP 25 SINGLE CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD CONTESTS
Under California law, campaign contributions of $100 or more must be itemized in campaign statements. For example, each contributor's name, occupation, or employer, as well as the amount of each contribution of $100 or more, must be listed. Listed below are the 25 largest single contributions made in connection with the November election, and the names of the contributors. These may not be the largest cumulative contributors, since entities may have made numerous smaller donations which, collectively, tally higher.
RANK CONTRIBUTOR RECIPIENT AMOUNT
1 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $5,000,000.00
2 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $3,055,509.37
3 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $3,000,000.00
4 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $3,000,000.00
5 FOUNDATION FOR CALIFORNIA'S FUTURE PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $3,000,000.00
6 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $2,600,000.00
7 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $2,598,174.14
8 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $2,500,000.00
9 U. S. BANK TAXPAYERS FOR FAIR COMPETITION / YES ON PROP. 35 - A COALITION OF TAXPAYERS, ENGINEERS, SENIORS, SCHOOLS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS, LABOR, HIGHWAY SAFETY EXPERTS AND FRUSTRATED COMMUTERS. $2,500,000.00
10 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $2,375,000.00
11 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $2,100,000.00
12 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $2,097,007.00
13 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $2,070,000.00
14 DRAPER, WILLIAM PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $2,004,730.00
15 WALTON, JOHN T. TAXPAYERS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AND BETTER SCHOOLS (TABS), YES ON PROPOSITION 39, A COALITION OF TEACHERS, PARENTS, SENIORS, TAXPAYERS AND BUSINESS $2,000,000.00
16 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,483,002.99
17 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,480,000.00
18 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,475,431.00
19 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,468,100.00
20 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,260,000.00
21 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,241,250.00
22 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS IN CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT NO ON PROP. 35 - A COALITION OF ENGINEERS, PEACE OFFICERS, FIREFIGHTERS, TAXPAYERS, PUBLIC SERVANTS, SMALL BUSINESSES, TEACHERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS. $1,192,993.62
23 THE TIMOTHY DRAPER LIVING TRUST PROP38YES.COM, SCHOOL VOUCHERS $1,050,000.00
24 CA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES PAC NO ON 38, A COALITION OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, BUSINESS, LABOR AND PUBLIC SAFETY $1,025,673.04
25 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES' ASSOCIATION INITIATIVE COMMITTEE NO ON PROP. 35 - A COALITION OF ENGINEERS, PEACE OFFICERS, FIREFIGHTERS, TAXPAYERS, PUBLIC SERVANTS, SMALL BUSINESSES, TEACHERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS. $1,000,080.00


CONTRIBUTIONS FOR OR AGAINST BALLOT MEASURES
Eight propositions appear on the November 7, 2000 statewide ballot in California. The most controversial measures have generated millions of dollars in contributions-money raised to support or defeat the measures. The following list presents the grand totals contributed for or against each of the eight measures as of election day.
MEASURE FOR AGAINST
32 - VETERANS' BOND ACT OF 2000 $0.00 $0.00
33 - LEGISLATURE. PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. $155,687.00 $0.00
34 - CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND SPENDING. LIMITS. DISCLOSURE. LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE AMENDMENT. $674,400.00 $848,059.00
35 - PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS. USE OF PRIVATE CONTRACTORS FOR ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND $11,970,413.00 $9,915,892.00
36 - DRUGS. PROBATION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM. INITIATIVE STATUTE. $3,826,375.00 $442,182.00
37 - FEES. VOTE REQUIREMENTS. TAXES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. $2,561,364.00 $301,886.00
38 - SCHOOL VOUCHERS. STATE-FUNDED PRIVATE AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. $30,778,036.00 $31,785,933.00
39 - SCHOOL FACILITIES. 55% LOCAL VOTE. BONDS, TAXES. ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. $30,097,203.00 $4,744,658.00