A State on the Borderline: A Few Campaign Contributors Put Money Behind Immigration-Related Efforts in Arizona
Publication Date: January 2008
Publisher(s): National Institute on Money in State Politics (U.S.)
Author(s): Scott Jordan
While Arizona voters voted in favor of the immigrant-related measures on the ballots in 2004 and 2006, that passion has not translated into significant campaign cash. An analysis by the National Institute on Money in State Politics found that 128 contributors made contributions to both immigration-related ballot measure committees and state candidates and party committees - 95 in opposition to the measures and 33 in support.