Until now, Munger has said she supports both Prop 30 and her own measure
By Conan Nolan
Saturday, Oct 6, 2012 | Updated 8:55 PM PDT
Bad news for Jerry Brown. Molly Munger is about to go negative on his tax hike ballot measure.
The millionaire civil rights attorney, who has spent an estimated $28 million of her personal fortune on her own school funding measure (Prop 38), announced on NBC4’s “News Conference” program that she plans on running “compare and contrast” television commercials that will depict her tax hike measure as the one that will help K-12 education, and not the governor’s Proposition 30.
The governor put up a bunch of ads on television saying that his thing sent money directly to schools, was the salvation of schools. It is utterly deceptive,” Munger said on the program. “Prop 30, which is really a budget patch, which is going around saying it’s the schools initiative, when we, who are really the schools initiative, are being asked not to say anything.”
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