• Petitioned Ann Ravel

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Chair of California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC)
Ann Ravel

Ann Ravel, Chair of California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC): Conclude investigating the secret $11M funneled into California

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      Stop Special Exemptions

Last November, California voters defeated the deceptive Proposition 32, which proponents falsely claimed would ‘stop special interest money’. The hypocrisy behind Prop 32 became clear when proponents accepted an $11 million donation in October 2012 from 'Americans for Responsible Leadership', a Super PAC from Arizona which refused to disclose its donors.

Pressed by Common Cause and other good government groups, the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) sued to compel true disclosure of the donation. On November 5th, the day before the election, the committee that accepted the donation revealed that the $11 million had been funneled through two other out-of-state Super PACs, a violation of California law. However, they still refused to disclose the true source(s) of the money.

The FPPC has maintained an open investigation but has not given a timeline for when their investigation will be complete. We urge them to take action now!

The time has come for the FPPC to accelerate its investigation and force the Super PACs to reveal their donors. Californians deserve to know who attempted to buy an election and why. Please sign this petition to the FPPC and Chair Ann Ravel.


Paid for by No on 32, Stop corporate special exemptions from campaign finance rules, sponsored by working families, John A. Pérez and labor organizations. Major funding by California Teachers Association/Issues PAC committee and California State Council of Service Employees Issues Committee.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Felice York OAKLAND, CA
      • 11 months ago

      Get hidden money out of our elections!

    • Roberta Johnson CORONA, CA
      • 11 months ago

      Money shouldn't buy a vote

    • Rick Williams SALINAS, CA
      • 11 months ago

      help keep government of the people for the people it should not be for corporations and beholden to the rich

    • John Mumy CUPERTINO, CA
      • 11 months ago

      It's time to clean up politics. Those of us with barely enough money to meet day to day living expenses need a fair shake. I play fair, it's time for big money to play fair.

    • Heather Mumy CUPERTINO, CA
      • 11 months ago

      They will be back to attempt the same type of takeover again. Let's stop them now!


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