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House Bill 2788 - Campaign Finance

March 30, 2010 | AZPM

House Bill 2788 changes who can give money to political campaigns in Arizona. Current law prohibits corporations, limited liability corporations (LLC), or unions from contributing money or anything of value to a candidate or campaign. However, in January the US Supreme Court issued a ruling allowing corporations to contribute to campaigns. HB 2788 brings Arizona law into line with the ruling.

On March 24, 2010 the full House approved HB 2788 on a 55-0 vote

Pima County House Delegation Vote:

  • David Bradley (D) – Yes
  • Olivia Cajero Bedford (D) – Yes
  • Steve Farley (D) – Yes
  • David Gowan (R) – Yes
  • Matt Heinz (D) – Yes
  • Phil Lopes (D) – Yes
  • Daniel Patterson (D) – Yes
  • Ted Vogt (R) – Yes
  • Vic Williams (R) – Yes
  • Nancy Young Wright (D) – Yes

Full House Vote on HB 2788


On March 29, 2010 the full Senate approved HB 2307 on a 30-0 vote

Pima County Senate Delegation Vote:

  • Paula Aboud (D) – Yes
  • Frank Antenori (R) – Yes
  • Jorge Luis Garcia (D) – Yes
  • Linda Lopez (D) – Yes
  • Al Melvin (R) – Yes

Full Senate Vote on HB 2788


Signed by Governor Jan Brewer April 1, 2010. HB 2788 takes effect immediately.

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