Carole Migden   DEMOCRAT

»Past events
»Add new event
Does Carole Migden use Twitter?
»Tell us

Career notes

Career events and notes  You can edit this page! What's this?   Sign-up now

January 2, 2011: Appointed by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Agriculture Labor Relations Board. Compensation is $128,109.

January, 2010: Migden lost her seat on the Integrated Waste Management Board, as the Board was abolished by legislation passed the previous fall, SB 63 (2009), by Senator Tony Strickland

November, 2008 - 2009: Migden was appointed by outgoing Senate Pro Tem Don Perata to the state's Integrated Waste Management Board (

June 3, 2008: In the primary election for state Senate District 3, Migden lost to then-Assemblymember Mark Leno.

March 25, 2008: The Fair Political Practices Commission and Ross Johnson filed a $9 million countersuit violating state campaign finance laws after Migden filed her own lawsuit against the FPPC.
( )

March 18, 2008: The Fair Political Practices Commission released details of the $350,000 fine levied against Migden and her campaign committees' managers. The 89 campaign spending and disclosure violations between 2003 and 2007, including illegal personal use of campaign funds, misrepresenting spending, soliciting donations prior to establishing campaign accounts, and failure to adequately disclose contributions and expenses.
The violations span Migden's time in the Senate and before that, the Assembly and Board of Equalization. Roger Sanders, who was Migden's treasurer, and Sanders' assistant, Eric Potashner, were also named. All three agreed to the fines.
Source: Fair Political Practices Commission(

Last edited by gdicaro on Jan. 2, 2011

Other pages referencing Carole Migden: Guillermo Guerrero, Laura Metune, Hallie Montoya-Tansey, Eric Potashner, Richie Ross,

Searching news database ...