Leaders of Citizens to Save California said this pro-business group, formed to support Schwarzenegger's efforts, had the signatures to qualify the budget-reform and teacher-tenure measures, while another group had the signatures for the governor's redistricting effort.
What does CSC stand for?
CSC stands for Citizens to Save California
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Samples in periodicals archive:
To fund a campaign to collect the signatures necessary to place his constitutional amendments on the ballot, he has helped an independent political committee - called Citizens to Save California - raise nearly $5 million toward its $13 million goal since March 1.
A spokesman for the pro-Schwarzenegger Citizens to Save California said they are aware of the attempts to interfere but they believe no laws have been broken so far.
Since March 1, when Schwarzenegger announced he was done waiting for legislators to vote his measures onto the ballot, Citizens to Save California has sponsored five Schwarzenegger campaign appearances at small businesses and restaurants throughout the state and enlisted an army of paid signature-gatherers.
Two measures Schwarzenegger endorsed - one to overhaul pensions and another to change how public-school teachers are paid - were introduced by Citizens to Save California, a group headed by six Schwarzenegger allies, including Allan Zaremberg, president of the California Chamber of Commerce, and Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
Citizens to Save California - composed of Schwarzenegger allies Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Bill Houck of the California Business Roundtable, and others - is raising money, and could end up pushing several initiatives that mirror the governor's overhaul agenda, with the purpose of aiding his effort to place that agenda on the ballot.