How do you get someone to donate 1.3 million dollars to you? Yes on measure A funding

questioning how to raise funds for a measure

So far that seems to be the amount that our four supervisors were able to get Seton Medical and S.E.I.U and others to give, we know Seton expects to get 15 million dollars per year. Im not sure how many commericals that bought yet but i personally have seen over 30 of them and it seems to have worked. Only 65,000 of unorganized voters voted no on measure A and we now have one of the most exspensive counties in the state of California to purchase things.

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Michael G. Stogner November 12, 2012 at 08:30 PM
Oh by the way the unorganized vote is now 68,610
Lois Garcia November 13, 2012 at 06:10 AM
I always wonder why the powers of fundraising used to push taxes aren't used to raise the "needed" money directly. Now I know... A 1.3 million investment to make 15 million per year is an amazing return. YAY democracy! Of course, however much is collected in taxes, won't be enough.There will be more handouts requested at the next election. People will vote for the tax increases thinking they are doing society a good, not thinking that that they are encouraging political corruption and government waste. As my mother used to say, "the head is over the heart for a reason". Too bad this wisdom is so rarely heeded.


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