Prop. 39:Taxes for Multistate Businesses

Requires multistate businesses to calculate CA income tax based on the percentage of sales in CA.
Outcome: Passed

Funding

Yes

RankContributor nameTotal
1THOMAS F. STEYER$29,580,000
2CALIFORNIANS FOR CLEAN ENERGY AND JOBS (cash on hand as of 1/1/2011)$1,143,227
3SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION$75,000
4CALIFORNIANS FOR CLEAN ENERGY JOBS, SPONSORED BY CALIFORNIA LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS (cash on hand as of 1/1/2011)$72,784
5NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION$60,025
6BALLOT INITIATIVE STRATEGY CENTER$54,721
7ASIAN PACIFIC ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK (APEN) ACTION$54,101
8UNITED FOOD AND COMMERCIAL WORKERS$50,000
9CALIFORNIA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION$50,000
10TAXPAYERS TO PRESERVE COMMUNITY JOBS, NO ON MEASURE A, SPONSORED BY LABOR AND MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATIONS$42,150
94.3%
3.6%
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
0.2%
0.1%
$31.4 million raised in total

No

44.4%
44.4%
11.1%
$45.0 thousand raised in total
RankContributor nameTotal
1GENERAL MOTORS$20,000
2KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION$20,000
3INTERNATIONAL PAPER$5,000
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