Updated with totals as of June 1, 2012

Committees supporting and opposing two major ballot measures have raised and spent millions of dollars so far during this campaign. Much of the money is coming from other committees associated with pro-business groups, labor organizations or builders and contractors.

Proposition B would reform the City of San Diego’s pension system, switching it to a 401(k)-style model, and supporters have spent about two million to get the measure on the ballot and drum up support. The committee Taxpayers to Protect Community Jobs has spent at least $600,000 fighting Proposition A, which would prohibit the city from entering project labor agreements when building city-funded projects.

The table below contains donor information for the major committees supporting and opposing these measures. You can sort the columns by clicking on the headings, or type a name into the search box to filter the records.

We’ll work to keep updating this list leading up to the election, and feel free to contact us if you think a committee or donor is missing that should be on the list:

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