Rich DeVos family gave $1.75 million to fight Michigan's Proposal 2 on union collective bargaining

Feb 5, 2013 Full story: MLive.com

The DeVos family in 2012 spent $1.75 million fighting Michigan's Proposal 2, and also gave six-figure sums to the Kent County and state Republican parties as well as a group promoting school choice, according to campaign finance records filed with the Secretary of State.

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Barbara D

Grand Rapids, MI

#1 Feb 5, 2013
The Devos's are wonderful people.
We are very blessed to have them in our community.
they have ethics and are always there to support the situations that would be in our best interest.
Just take a good look at our beautiful downtown.
They have contributed so much. from their hearts.
God Bless them!

“Employed taxpayer”

Since: Nov 08

West Olive

#3 Feb 5, 2013
At least he got something for his money this time.

He could not buy the governors office despite spending a reported 40 million of family money.

Our best interest--LOL

A name recognition problem.......

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