Skip to comments.Mystery Arizona group sends $11 million to fight unions, Gov. Jerry Brown
Posted on 10/16/2012 10:53:17 PM PDT by SmithL
A shadowy Phoenix-based group contributed $11 million Monday to a campaign committee funding attacks on Gov. Jerry Brown's tax initiative and supporting a measure curbing union dues collection, a new campaign finance report shows.
Americans for Responsible Leadership gave the donation to Small Business Action Committee PAC, which is backing Proposition 32 and opposing Proposition 30. Before the latest contribution, the PAC had been heavily reliant on more than $20 million from Charles Munger Jr.
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Not as bad as those “shadowy” out of state groups pimping for Barry’s boy Carmona here in Arizona with one attack ad after another. I saw four in a row tonight. Each one paid for by non-Arizona groups.
Thank You Americans for Responsible Leadership!
We need more like you!
Ooooh, “Shadowy”... perhaps escapees from California who miss the beach and want to be able to come back someday?
Maybe its a “shadowy” group of ex-Californians who fled high-tax high regulation California for low-tax low regulation Arizona and are using the obscene profits generated to pick off one bad law and one bad politician at a time.
Here’s a new headline for Jer and the Bee
“Public Employee Unions Support Tax Increases So That they Can Continue to Bribe Officials By Contributing to Those with Whom they Negotiate their Contracts.”
Probably exactly that. I haven't contributed to them but you've described my situation pretty well.