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The effort to fight a recall of California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has raised roughly $83 million, a number that dwarfs the fundraising of the governor’s most formidable GOP rival, radio host Larry Elder.
While a major share of Newsom’s haul came from groups one might expect – such as the Democratic Party, unions and Planned Parenthood – the governor enjoyed a boost from some big names in the business world who pitched in to keep him in office.
The article goes on to state the following:
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings led the charge with a $3 million contribution, while billionaire investor and major left-wing donor George Soros pitched in a cool $1 million. Priscilla Chan, wife of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, gave another $750,000.
The report also lists the following big-dollar donations:
- $50,000 each from Uber, Walgreens, NBC Universal, and Inbev-owned Anheuser-Busch
- $100,000 each from Airbnb and Anthem Blue Cross
- $40,000 – Warner Bros.
- $10,000 – AT&T
- $250,000 – American Beverage Association of California PAC
- $25,000 – California Beer & Beverage Distributors State Issues PAC
Elder reportedly raised about $13.8 million for his campaign.
Polls for the recall election close at 8:00 p.m. PDT.
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