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Contractors contribute $75,000 to bond measure campaign for community college district

Original post made on Oct 18, 2011

UPDATE: The campaign for Measure H, a $564 million bond measure on the Nov. 8 ballot for the San Mateo County Community College District, received contributions totaling $251,641, including $75,000 from two construction companies that have done $134 million in work for the district, according to a campaign finance report.

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Posted by Gunther Steinberg, a resident of Portola Valley: Ladera
on Oct 18, 2011 at 6:08 pm

Contractors know that lobbying money multiplies to the bottom line.
It usually is an investment with a great ROI, when it works out.
Just look at the K-Street people in Washington, 5 times the number of members of Congress. Everybody makes money of the millions spread around.

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