Gubernatorial candidates' top Palo Alto contributors


Meg Whitman's top Palo Alto contributors (As of Sept. 30, 2010):

Thomas Siebel, chairman, First Virtual Group, $51,800

Stacey Siebel, homemaker, $51,800

John Gunn, chairman and CEO, Dodge & Cox, $51,800

Judith Koch, retired, $35,900

Stratton Sclavos, investment partner, Radar Partners, $25,900

Donald Dixon, partner, Trident Capital, $25,900

James Breyer, venture capitalist, Accel Partners, $25,900

Laura Arrillaga, founder and chair, Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund, $25,900

Marc Andreessen, chairman, Ning, $25,900

Hewlett-Packard Company, $25,900

Jerry Brown's top Palo Alto contributors (As of Sept. 30, 2010):

George Marcus, chairman, Marcus & Millichap, $52,600

Hewlett Packard Company, $51,800

Mary Jane Marcus, homemaker, $30,500

Susan Orr, business executive, Telosa Software, $25,900

Nancy Kukkola, real estate, Marcus & Millichap, $15,000

William A. Millichap, real estate, Marcus & Millichap, $14,500

John W. Danner, co-founder and CEO, Rocketship Education, $10,000

John McNellis, developer, McNellis Partners, $10,000

Ed Bugnion, vice president, Cisco Systems, $10,000

Ann Doerr, homemaker, $10,000

Source: Cal-Access, California Secretary of State


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