After viewing the information below it is difficult to understand why a California voter would buy a used car from Feinstein let alone cast a vote for her.
Can there be any wonder CA is on the edge of bankruptcy? Not really, when one considers the “Tax and Spend Sisters” voters have continued to elect as their “leaders.”
California voters have yet to recover from the sucker punch they voted upon themselves by electing Barbara Boxer to the Senate in 2010. Now they have an opportunity to remove the “Too Long-Too Wrong Senator, Dianne Feinstein.
It’s the tax policies of Feinstein and Boxer that have led California to 11.00% unemployment. The number of people unemployed in California peaked in September 2010 at 2,272,943. There are now 241,565 fewer people unemployed in the state. From a recent trough of 2,012,350 in February 2012, the number of unemployed has now grown by 19,028. California job growth data is also available.
CA is number one in the nation in income and sales taxes. Look for that to change. The year 2012 is going to be the real ‘hope and change’ election for California. It all starts with the primary on June 5th.
Zoe Lofgren, Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein, ” The Tax and Spend Sisters.”
First Elected: 1992
Next Election: 2012
SENATOR (D – CA)
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- Campaign Cmte Only
- Leadership PAC Profile Only
- Campaign Cmte & Leadership PAC Combined
Leadership PAC (1):
|Cash on Hand:||$7,279,096|
|Last Report:||Saturday, March 31, 2012|
|Intl Alliance Theatrical Stage Employees||$30,000||$0||$30,000|
|Akin, Gump et al||$22,250||$16,250||$6,000|
|Securities & Investment||$202,449||$189,099||$13,350|
– Small Individual Contributions
– Large Individual Contributions
NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2007-2012 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on April 29, 2012 (for Fundraising totals, Source of Funds and Total Raised vs Average) and on April 09, 2012 for Top Contributors and Industries. In the “Source of Funds” chart, “Large Individual Contributions” refer to all contributions from unique individuals aggregating to more than $200 within a cycle, and “Small Individual Contributions” refer to all contributions from unique individuals totaling $200 or less within a cycle. (“Help! The numbers don’t add up…”)
The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.
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