NPV Chairman John Koza is big giver to far left

2011/07/01
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Koza also an Elector for Clinton and Gore

From Bill Clinton to Barack Obama, through every recession and rise in the economy, we’ve had one constant this century: A flood of money to the California far-left from Dr. John Koza. Check out “Do NPV & Koza really ♥ California Republicans?“ and “Who is John Koza?“ for the full scoop on Koza’s background pushing scratch-ticket lotteries and National Popular Vote (NPV).

Now certainly there’s nothing wrong with participating in politics, as long as it’s honest. The question is how seriously anyone should take Koza’s current campaign to convince California Republicans to back NPV.

To investigate for yourself (there’s over 50 entries) click here.

Amount Date Description
$50,000 2008 Yes on Prop 93
$25,000 2006 No on 77
$21,200 2003 Friends of Cruz Bustamente
$20,000 2009 Dem. State Central Comm. (CA)
$17,300 2006 Angelides 2006
$10,000 2002 The Governor Gray Davis Comm.
$10,000 2010 Dem. State Central Comm. (CA)
$10,000 2010 Brown for Governor 2010
$10,000 2010 Brown for Governor 2010
$10,000 2009 Garamendi for Governor2010
$10,000 2002 The Lockyer Committee
Grand Total: $193,500

 

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6 Responses to NPV Chairman John Koza is big giver to far left

  1. saleem on 2011/07/05 at 5:43 PM

    The political strategy must be valued if it is right and not the presenter, after all California is not the only State in U.S.

  2. Amm on 2011/07/05 at 6:06 PM

    Mr.koza should concentrate in all other states means it will be welcome by the people but this is not the right way to attract the people towards them.

    • Bob on 2011/07/05 at 6:24 PM

      Why would he bother to push his agenda in all 50 states? It seems like he's developed a strategy for pushing his agenda to the far left. California seems like a good place to pursue that strategy, although he could as easily have picked Michigan or New York.

  3. Steve on 2011/07/05 at 8:04 PM

    The ideology of Mr.Koza seems to be excellent but the real problem is other political parties will not support him as it will have adverse effects on their existence. Anywise I would like to see how Mr.Koza is gonna perform.

  4. shanthiimurugesh on 2011/07/05 at 8:52 PM

    Since Koza is a California Republican there is nothing wrong in participating in politics and also I support Koza as an Elector of Clinton and Gore.

  5. [...] Obviously there is a story to be told by the data. Certainly the NPV campaign can’t be simply unlucky? Perhaps Rhode Islanders aren’t too keen on the thought of west-coast out-of-towners bringing in their money and legislation to push through the legislature. Maybe legislators saw how partisan the NPV really is? [...]

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