Poll results, ballots received, vote counts, campaign contributions. We're reading and hearing a lot of numbers these days. It's not over. We have five days to go until Election Day and then the numbers will be dribbling out for days and weeks after as the ballots are counted. Some numbers of note:
$350 million -- Total raised for and against the 11 propositions on the state ballot, according to MapLight Voter's Edge California, which has been tracking the reports. That number is rising daily -- even hourly. The biggest dollars are for and against Propositions 30 and 32.
$20 million -- Has been spent so far by independent groups on state Senate and Assembly races, as of Tuesday, according to The Sacramento Bee's Capitol Alert. Topping the list: the 5th Senate race between Assemblywoman Cathleen Galgiani and Assemblyman Bill Berryhill, now both residents of Stockton. Independent groups have spent almost $2.7 million in that contest. The 21st Assembly race between Adam Gray and Jack Mobley is 18th on the list, with almost $283,000 so far. Those figures do not include the candidates' own campaign treasuries.