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Nov

Thomas Siebel
Category: Super PAC BillionaireIndustry: Technology, Investment Management 
Donations to Prop 32: $500,000

Seibel is the Founder and CEO of C3, a large company that’s exempt from Proposition 32. In recent years he’s hosted and sponsored fundraisers for Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin, saying in 2008 that Palin “carries the flag of outrage…. for all of us”.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,584,800 
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Thomas Siebel

Category: Super PAC Billionaire
Industry: Technology, Investment Management 

Donations to Prop 32: $500,000

Seibel is the Founder and CEO of C3, a large company that’s exempt from Proposition 32. In recent years he’s hosted and sponsored fundraisers for Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin, saying in 2008 that Palin “carries the flag of outrage…. for all of us”.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,584,800 

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Charles Munger Jr 
Category: Super PAC BillionaireIndustry: None (is a university professor) 
Donations to Prop 32: $22, 000, 000

Munger is a self-styled “reformer,” but he’s given millions to the state and county Republican parties, and also bankrolls a California Super PAC called “Spirit of Democracy.” Munger’s spent more than $22 million on California elections in recent years.

Political Donations Since 2000: $22,622,150.27
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Charles Munger Jr

Category: Super PAC Billionaire
Industry: None (is a university professor) 

Donations to Prop 32: $22, 000, 000

Munger is a self-styled “reformer,” but he’s given millions to the state and county Republican parties, and also bankrolls a California Super PAC called “Spirit of Democracy.” Munger’s spent more than $22 million on California elections in recent years.

Political Donations Since 2000: $22,622,150.27

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30

Oct

A. Jerrold Perenchio
Category: Super PAC Billionaire, Anti-EducationIndustry: Television 
Donations to Prop 32: $800,000

One of the largest individual donors in California politics, Perenchio has given millions to the California Republican Party, $1 million to a failed school vouchers initiative, and millions to initiative campaigns backed by Schwarzenegger. He’s also the Founder and Chair of an investment firm that’s exempt from Proposition 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $27,405,200.92
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A. Jerrold Perenchio

Category: Super PAC Billionaire, Anti-Education
Industry: Television 

Donations to Prop 32: $800,000

One of the largest individual donors in California politics, Perenchio has given millions to the California Republican Party, $1 million to a failed school vouchers initiative, and millions to initiative campaigns backed by Schwarzenegger. He’s also the Founder and Chair of an investment firm that’s exempt from Proposition 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $27,405,200.92

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Tim Draper 
Category: Anti Education, Wall StreetIndustry: Venture Capital, Technology 
Donations to Prop 32: $100,000

Draper’s a wealthy venture capitalist who spent nearly $20 million of his own money backing a failed school-voucher initiative in 2000. He’s also a partner in a major investment firm that’s exempt from Proposition 32

Political Donations Since 2000: $20,482,785.13.
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Tim Draper

Category: Anti Education, Wall Street
Industry: Venture Capital, Technology 

Donations to Prop 32: $100,000

Draper’s a wealthy venture capitalist who spent nearly $20 million of his own money backing a failed school-voucher initiative in 2000. He’s also a partner in a major investment firm that’s exempt from Proposition 32

Political Donations Since 2000: $20,482,785.13.

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Charles Johnson
Category: Wall StreetIndustry: Investment Banking
Donations to Prop 32: $50,000

Johnson is a big Wall Street insider who made his fortune in investment banking. He’s also a frequent donor to national right-wing causes.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,013,000
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Charles Johnson

Category: Wall Street
Industry: Investment Banking

Donations to Prop 32: $50,000

Johnson is a big Wall Street insider who made his fortune in investment banking. He’s also a frequent donor to national right-wing causes.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,013,000

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01

Oct

William Oberndorf
Category: Anti-EducationIndustry: Hedge Fund Management, Hotels
Donations to Prop 32: $150,000

Oberndorf is heavily invested in for-profit education, and he’s given over $800,000 to the California Republican Party in recent years. He’s also the head of two large companies that are exempted from Propostion 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,848,322.55
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William Oberndorf

Category: Anti-Education
Industry: Hedge Fund Management, Hotels

Donations to Prop 32: $150,000

Oberndorf is heavily invested in for-profit education, and he’s given over $800,000 to the California Republican Party in recent years. He’s also the head of two large companies that are exempted from Propostion 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $1,848,322.55

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George Argyros
Category: Big DeveloperIndustry: Real Estate Development
Donations to Prop 32: $11,320

The wealthy Argyros is a major Republican fundraiser, and has himself spent more than $2 million on California elections since 2000. Argyros also served as George W. Bush’s ambassador to Spain.

Political Donations Since 2000: $2,050,567
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George Argyros

Category: Big Developer
Industry: Real Estate Development

Donations to Prop 32: $11,320

The wealthy Argyros is a major Republican fundraiser, and has himself spent more than $2 million on California elections since 2000. Argyros also served as George W. Bush’s ambassador to Spain.

Political Donations Since 2000: $2,050,567

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B. Wayne Hughes Jr.
Category: Big DeveloperIndustry: Commercial Real Estate
Donations to Prop 32: $100,000

Hughes, who’s given $100,000 to Prop 32 to-date, is a board member at the shadowy right-wing group ‘American Action Network.’ The secretive AAN shares office space with Karl Rove’s American Crossroads and may receive funding from the Koch Brothers.

Political Donations Since 2000: $304,630
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B. Wayne Hughes Jr.

Category: Big Developer
Industry: Commercial Real Estate

Donations to Prop 32: $100,000

Hughes, who’s given $100,000 to Prop 32 to-date, is a board member at the shadowy right-wing group ‘American Action Network.’ The secretive AAN shares office space with Karl Rove’s American Crossroads and may receive funding from the Koch Brothers.

Political Donations Since 2000: $304,630

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William Bloomfield Jr.
Category: Big DeveloperIndustry: Laundry, Real Estate Investment
Donations to Prop 32: $300,000 (mother gave $500,000)

Bloomfield is a big developer who’s already given $300,000 to Prop 32—and his mother has given another $500,000. He also runs numerous big companies that are exempt from Proposition 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $2,640,700
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William Bloomfield Jr.

Category: Big Developer
Industry: Laundry, Real Estate Investment

Donations to Prop 32: $300,000 (mother gave $500,000)

Bloomfield is a big developer who’s already given $300,000 to Prop 32—and his mother has given another $500,000. He also runs numerous big companies that are exempt from Proposition 32.

Political Donations Since 2000: $2,640,700

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Howard Ahmanson
Category: Radical ConservativeIndustry: Banking
Donations to Prop 32: $50,000

Ahmanson is an extreme social conservative and a major political donor. He was a primary backer of Proposition 8, and gave heavily to campaigns to restrict abortion rights

Political Donations Since 2000: $5,798,682.82
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Howard Ahmanson

Category: Radical Conservative
Industry: Banking

Donations to Prop 32: $50,000

Ahmanson is an extreme social conservative and a major political donor. He was a primary backer of Proposition 8, and gave heavily to campaigns to restrict abortion rights

Political Donations Since 2000: $5,798,682.82

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