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November 2010 Statewide General Election

20th edition

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Proposition 22 - Prohibits the State from Taking Funds Used for Transportation or Local Government Projects and Services. Passed

Initiative Constitutional Amendment


Official Summary:

What a Yes or No Vote Means

A YES vote on this measure means: The state's authority to use or redirect state fuel tax and local property tax revenues would be significantly restricted.

A NO vote on this measure means: The state's current authority over state fuel tax and local property tax revenues would not be affected.

Official Voter Guide page

This page features the Legislative Analyst's analysis, pro-con arguments, legislative votes and the full proposition text.

Campaign Web Sites and Contact Information

Who Signed the Ballot Arguments

News Stories

This page provides excerpts from and links to news coverage of the propositions on the ballot.

Follow the Money


Proposition 22 - Top Five Donors

(as of 10/17/10)




Total Raised *

(as of 10/17)



Top Donors

(as of 10/17)

Donor information


Donor Information


League of California Cities CITIPAC
(non-public funds),
Sacramento, CA



California Professional Firefighters Ballot Issue Committee,
Sacramento, CA


California Alliance For Jobs - Rebuild California Committee,
Sacramento, CA


California Teachers Association
Issues PAC,
Burlingame, CA


California Public Securities Association Public Policy Issues Fund,
Pleasant Hill, CA


Service Employees International Union Local 1000 Issues PAC, Sacramento, CA


Members' Voice of the State
Building Trades,
Sacramento, CA


PACE of California School Employees Association – Issues,
Sacramento, CA


California Transit Association
(non-public funds),
Sacramento, CA


  CDF Firefighters Issues Committee,
Sacramento, CA


Total amount raised includes all contributions received in 2009 and through September 30, 2010, plus contributions of $5,000 or more received between October 1-17, 2010.

Detailed information about all contributors for and against Proposition 22 is available from campaign finance reports at Cal-Access, the Secretary of State's campaign disclosure web site.

To view the most recent contributions, select a committee and click "Late and $5000+ Contributions Received".


This page was first published on September 6, 2010 | Last updated on January 27, 2011
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