More than $350 million has been spent to sway voters on California ballot initiatives ahead of the November 6 election. We'll look at the money behind the stream of TV ads and campaign mailers. We'll also get the latest news on efforts by state election officials to identify the source of a mysterious $11 million out-of-state contribution to pass Prop. 32 and defeat Prop. 30.
Big Money in California Ballot Measures
Daniel Newman, president and co-founder of MapLight, a non-partisan research organization that tracks money's influence on politics
Ann Ravel, chair of the California Fair Political Practices Commission