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2012 Election: Proposition Spending And Its Impact

Dawn Megli |
November 5, 2012 | 12:02 p.m. PST

Graphics Editor

The California ballot is heavy with 11 different propositions this election. More than $350 million has been spent on the battle over November's ballot. Here's a guide to the spending on each proposition and how the race looks heading into the election.

"There is going to be a lot of money spent in California on this, and all the voters are going to hear both sides," said billionaire heir Charles Munger, Jr., the Stanford physicist funding Prop. 32 and Prop. 40 as well as the anti-30 campaign.

Rollover each proposition to see how the initiative is faring.


Gov. Jerry Brown Launches Final Push For Prop. 30 Before Election Day

Prop 31: Can A Two-Year Budget Save California?

Prop 32: Labor Unions Seek To Fund Measure's Defeat

Prop 32, Prop 33, Prop 37, Prop 38 See Declining Support

Prop 35. Raises The Stakes On Human Trafficking

Prop 36 Wants To Reform The "Three Strikes" Law

Proposition 37's Flaws Dampen Support For Labeling Genetically Modified Foods

Prop 30 Vs. Prop 38: Why Teachers And Parents Are Divided

California Ballot Measures: A Suggested Voting Guide



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