The Political Reform Division publishes total contributions received by ballot measure committees to support or oppose each ballot measure. The summaries in Power Search do not always match the totals from the Political Reform Division.
Power Search collects and analyzes raw contributions data from Cal-Access. Political Reform Division analysts can provide insight into situations that simple tabulation will miss. Some examples include:
The numbers in Power Search are updated daily with the latest published filings in Cal-Access. Detailed analysis from the Political Reform Division is more labor intensive, and may take more time to publish.
This table provides adjustments that you can apply to get the most up-to-date information about contributions received by committees supporting and opposing ballot measures on the November 8, 2016 ballot. Please keep in mind that these contribution totals may be updated based on filings reviewed by the Political Reform Division. You can find the latest analysis from the Political Reform Division.
To find the latest total for contributions received to support or oppose a ballot measure, find the proposition in the table below. For total contributions in support of a ballot measure, add or subtract the amount in the "Adjustment to Total Contributions in Support" column to the amount reported by Power Search. For total contributions in opposition to a ballot measure, add or subtract the amount in the "Adjustment to Total Contributions in Opposition" column to the number reported by Power Search. If the column includes a $0 dollar amount, no adjustment is necessary to the number reported by Power Search.
Table with adjustments as of 02/07/2017:
|Proposition||Adjustment to Total Contributions in Support||Adjustment to Total Contributions in Opposition|