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California Senate President Toni Atkins Ramping Up For 2020 Reelection

Receives nearly $2 million ahead of 2020

By Katy Grimes, April 30, 2019 2:06 am

Re-Elect Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins (Democrat) 2020 has raised $1,918,910.23 in 974 contributions, according to the California Secretary of State. Atkins is doing very well ahead of 2020.

Faculty For Our University’s Future, a committee sponsored by the California Faculty Association, contributed $4,650.00 and $500.00 on April 22.

Int’l Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local 92 PAC made two contributions of $4,700.00 each on April 15.

Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, LLC contributed $4,700.00 and $300 on April 1, 2019.

CA State Retirees PAC – SCC made a contribution of $7,800 on December 4, 2018 for Atkins 2020.

Airbnb, Inc. gave $4,400 November 6.

Atkins has received campaign contributions from Cisco Systems Inc. CA PAC, Cox Communications and Affiliated Entities, Shingle Springs Band Miwok Indians, CA Building Industry Assoc. PAC, GEICO, CAL FIRE Local 2881 Small Contributor PAC, and many other companies and PACs who give to many politicians, and on both sides of the aisle.

Sen. Minority Leader Shannon Grove. (Kevin Sanders for California Globe)

Although, none of these contributors gave to Republican Sen. Shannon Grove 2022, Senate Minority Leader, Grove has raised $28,798.00 in 11 contributions, according to the Secretary of State.

Grove has received two contributions of $9,400 each from Fuller for Superintendent of Public Instruction 2022 and Kevin Small. CIPAC State PAC contributed $4,100.

Seneca Resources Corp. West contributed $3,500, and Good Samaritan Hospital both contributed $4,400 in November.

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