Robin Swanson

Spokesperson, Yes on Proposition 16

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Spokesperson for the Yes on Proposition 16 (2010); spokesperson for Californians to Stop 89 (2006)

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The state's largest private utility,  Pacific Gas and Electric , has spent more than $46 million on Proposition 16. Opponents call it an effort to stamp out public power.

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The state's largest private utility, Pacific Gas and Electric , has spent more than $46 million on Proposition 16. Opponents call it an effort to stamp out public power.

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November's elections will likely set new records for campaign spending, led by the  race for Governor and 13 ballot propositions .

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November's elections will likely set new records for campaign spending, led by the race for Governor and 13 ballot propositions .

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