Do NPV & Koza really ♥ California Republicans?

2011/06/30
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AB 459 vote approaches in Cal. Senate

California may cast a critical vote on AB 459 as soon as tomorrow and Dr. John Koza couldn’t be happier. This isn’t his first foray into matters of the state. He has succeeded in using the government as a tool to secure his fortunes, and he believes he will win on more serious matters. California would supercharge his anti-Electoral College alliance and shoot them from 77 votes to 132 (toward their objective of 270). However there are a slew of reasons why legislators on both the right and the left shouldn’t bow to Koza’s financial and political prowess.

Is Koza confident? Perhaps. He’s spent millions pushing NPV, with a recent drive to convince Republicans that he’s on their side. It’s a tough sell, given the evidence.

Exhibit A: Koza acted as a California Elector (in the Electoral College) for both Bill Clinton and Al Gore.

Exhibit B: The only states to pass NPV have been dark blue.

Exhibit C: Koza’s hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions.

Here’s just a sampling. (Come back for updates.)

Contributions Year Beneficiary

$10,000

2010

Brown for Governor

$2,400

2010

Hodes for Senate

$1,000

2010

John Carney for Congress

$1,000

2010

House Democratic Campaign Committee

$1,000

2010

Elect David Segal

$5,000

2010

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

$9,800

2011

DNC Corporation

$32,500

2011

Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund

$27,500

2011

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Check out the full PDF of Koza’s FEC-registered contributions here.

And some more via California’s database:

2007-2008
2005-2006

 

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12 Responses to Do NPV & Koza really ♥ California Republicans?

  1. [...] this century: A flood of money to the California far-left from Dr. John Koza. Check out “Does Koza ♥ California GOP?“ and “Who is John Koza?“ for the full scoop on Koza’s background pushing [...]

  2. Amm on 2011/07/05 at 5:44 PM

    I don't think Mr.Koza really love the republicans and also he is trying for get votes from them but don't think their well wish.

  3. Rajesh Chaturvedi on 2011/07/05 at 7:49 PM

    He isn't doing any good for his own goodwill, he is really thinking about public rights and he is determined towards what he is doing. This clearly display his love towards California Republicans.

  4. shanthiimurugesh on 2011/07/05 at 8:13 PM

    Since Koza was already acted as a California Elector he is having more confidence and this confidence makes him to will. He is having more aimed and full power to face the electoral college. So, he will win.

  5. saleem on 2011/07/05 at 8:51 PM

    Since Dr.John Koza has acted in the past as an elector for Bill Clinton and Al Gore from California, there won't be any problem for the NPV to be pushed through California.

  6. selva on 2011/07/05 at 8:55 PM

    he is the greatest man because he is thinking about public only , he is not a slfish man, he will win surely.

  7. animesh chatterjee on 2011/07/05 at 10:17 PM

    Dr, John Koza is power hungry manipulator. Though some of the legislatures are determined not to bow down to the power of him yet he will be successful this time also.

  8. Manjula.s on 2011/07/05 at 10:27 PM

    Dr. John koza, I must say is a man of prudence , for he knows how to hit and when.He contributed thousands of dollars in campaign contributions, not simply out of his love for republicans but to comply with his strategic plan.He knows for sure that only by assuming an admirable public image he could move towards his target however it is not going to be an easy ascend.This probability is because the only state to pass NPV have been blue.

  9. raenu on 2011/07/05 at 10:36 PM

    I feel that Dr. John Koza talk aim is to win, but not on the republicans. I would not believe Mr.Koza really love the republicans and also he is trying for getting votes from them but he don't think their well life.

  10. vikrant on 2011/07/05 at 11:14 PM

    John Koza is having more aimed and full power to face the electoral college. This probability is because the only state to pass NPV have been blue. There is no change to get fall without win

  11. Mohammed Haseeb O on 2011/07/05 at 11:43 PM

    Even though John Koza is a selfish and he dont love republicans,but he will definitely win.He is brilliant and cunning and moreover he is a venture capitalist.He has spent a lot of money for this and definitely he will succeed eventhough i pray for his failure.

  12. captelaine on 2011/08/12 at 4:13 PM

    Our founding fathers gave us a republic for a reason… they knew the Democracies DO NOT LAST… it soon becomes MOB rule and then a dictatorship… if this passes it will be the END of the Unitied States of America and the light of Freedom in this world will be snuffed out. Do not do this people… it is BAD, very, very BAD!

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