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Disclosure by Arizona nonprofit shows ties to Koch brothers
Under pressure from California’s political watchdog, the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), an Arizona Political Action Committee (Super-PAC) has admitted that it took $11 million from another super-pac, effectively “laundering” the money that it then contributed in an effort to defeat Proposition 30, the governor’s school revenue measure, and to pass Proposition 32, the Special Exemptions Act that would help wealthy special interests increase their political power.
"Rich Kids of Prop 32" as seen on Tumblr
Following the popular Internet meme, there's a new "Rich Kids" Tumblr dedicated to exposing the billionaires behind Proposition 32.
This is an ELECTION, not an AUCTION!
Campaigns receive $11 million from mystery SuperPAC; FPPC demands disclosure
Who are the shadowy, out-of-state donors behind the $11 million just given to Yes on 32 and No on 30 campaigns? No one knows! Californians have a right to know, but the SuperPAC is refusing to disclose the names of its donors. Yet another example of why Prop 32 is deceptive and not what it seems! Just yesterday, the Fair Political Practices Commission demanded that the donors be disclosed immediately, or be subject to a lawsuit. Take a stand against dark money and mystery donors - sign the petition today!
One Really Good Reason to Pass Prop 30
One of the many teams of educators in Community-Based GOTV efforts this past weekend
The Money Behind Prop 32
Every child deserves a chance to learn and no child succeeds alone.