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THE RECALL CAMPAIGN

Contributions race

September 05, 2003

These contributions were reported by major candidates on the Oct. 7 ballot who have received sums of at least $100,000 for their gubernatorial campaigns. Totals are for all contributions through Aug. 23 and contributions of $1,000 or more through Thursday. Donations of $1,000 or more must be reported within 24 hours of receipt.

* Telacu Industries, an East Los Angeles economic development company, gave $20,200. Signature Properties, a large Northern California home developer that has contributed $20,000 to Gov. Gray Davis' anti-recall efforts, gave $10,000 to Bustamante.

*--* Contributions Candidate or committee Total reported Reported in the 24 hours ending Thursday Cruz Bustamante $938,492 $37,700 159 contributions 4 contributions

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*--* Arianna Huffington $477,896 $29,000 2,267 contributions 9 contributions

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* Actor Paul Reiser gave $2,000. Sweetheart Holdings, a Maryland paper products company, and its parent company, SF Holdings Group, contributed a total of $8,000.

*--* Tom McClintock $621,272 $8,000 1,158 contributions 3 contributions

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* Mike Gerawan, owner of a San Joaquin Valley fruit farm, contributed $5,000. Gerald Glazer, a Sacramento attorney, gave $2,000.

*--* Arnold $4,062,418 $283,500 Schwarzenegger 481 contributions 52 contributions

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* The union representing Los Angeles County deputy sheriffs gave $2,500, but a Schwarzenegger campaign aide said the candidate would return the money immediately, conforming to his promise not to accept money from unions. James Bochnowski, an Atherton, Calif., venture capitalist, gave $21,200*, and his wife gave $21,200. Sandra Velsaco Jordan of Jordan Winery gave $20,000. Actor-producer Kelsey Grammer gave $1,000.

*--* Peter V. Ueberroth $3,008,308 260 $55,985 10 contributions contributions

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* Jon D. Gruber, manager of Marin County Gruber-McBaine Capital Management, gave $20,000; William Barron Hilton, chairman of Hilton Hotels Corp., gave $5,000; Henry Burdick, vice chairman of dietary supplement giant Herbalife, donated $5,000.

Two anti-recall committees, which are not subject to the same contribution limits as candidates, have raised more than $5.7 million to help Gov. Gray Davis.

Taxpayers Against the Governor's Recall has reported receiving more than $2.4 million from 177 contributions. Californians Against the Costly Recall of the Governor has reported raising more than $3.3 million from 196 contributions, with $302,200 from nine contributions reported through Thursday.

The Democratic Governor's Assn. once again contributed $250,000 to Californians Against the Costly Recall of the Governor. Last week, the group requested that an identical gift be returned due to concerns about the legality of the contribution. The California Medical Assn. gave the same committee $20,000.

*Contributions to candidates from each outside source are limited to $21,200. There is no cap on the amount candidates can give their own campaigns.

Reported by Times staff writers Joel Rubin and Jeffrey L. Rabin.

Source: Campaign reports filed with the California secretary of state.

Los Angeles Times

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