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November 2008 General Election
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Proposition 10 - Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Renewable Energy. Bonds. Failed

Initiative Statute


What a Yes or No Vote Means

YES: A “YES” vote on this measure means: The state could sell $5 billion in general obligation bonds for various renewable energy, alternative fuel, energy efficiency, and air emissions reduction purposes.

NO: A “NO” vote on this measure means: The state would not sell $5 billion in general obligation bonds for these purposes.

Full Text of Proposition 10 - (PDF)

Official Campaign Web Sites and Contact Information

Who Signed the Ballot Arguments

News Articles

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Follow the Money

Proposition 10
Campaign Finances through October 18, 2008




Total Raised



Top Donors





Clean Energy Fuels Corp.
[Seal Beach, CA]


PACE of California School Employees Association  - Issues
[Sacramento, CA]


Chesapeake Energy
[Oklahoma City, OK]


Consumer Federation of California
[San Mateo, CA]


Aubrey McClendon, CEO,
Chesapeake Energy
[Oklahoma City, OK]


California Federation of Teachers COPE Prop/Ballot
[Burbank, CA]


Westport Fuel Systems, Inc.
[Long Beach, CA] 


Dodge Insurance Services, Inc.
[Torrance, CA]



Detailed information about all contributors for and against Proposition 10 is available from campaign finance reports at Cal-Access, the Secretary of State's campaign disclosure web site. To view the most recent contributions, select a committee and click "Late and $5000+ Contributions Received".



This page was first published on September 27, 2008 | Last updated on April 28, 2009
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