SACRAMENTO -- California Gov. Jerry Brown's Proposition 30 committee spent $40 million to win a temporary income tax increase on the wealthy and a sales tax. Here are the top five contributors:

California Teachers Association

$10.3 million

State Democratic Party

$4.1 million

Service Employees International Unions

$3.9 million

California Hospitals Association

$2 million

Californians Working Together (Assembly Speaker John Perez' committee)

$1.6 million

By industry:

Other labor groups (federation of teachers, correctional officers, council of laborers, carpenters, electrical workers, domestic workers, building trades, faculty, Teamsters, firefighters, Ironworkers, attorneys, food and commercial workers, engineers, municipal employees)

$5.4 million

Indian Tribes/Casinos

$1,058,000

Communications (Disney, Viacom, Warner Brothers, CBS, Sony Pictures, NBC Universal, Fox Group, Clear Channel, California Cable & Telecommunications Association)

$864,000

Oil/Energy

$830,000

Insurers

$777,000

Beer & Beverage

$755,000

Top Individuals:

Reed Hastings, Netflix founder & CEO

$1 million

George Marcus, Palo Alto investor

$100,000

Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg and David Geffen, movie moguls

$33,333 each

Labor also spent big -- $65 million -- to defeat Proposition 32, the measure that would have severely curbed their political clout. Here are the top contributors to the No on 32 campaign:

California Teachers Association

$19.3 million

Service Employees International Union

$10.4 million

California Labor Federation

$6.6 million

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

$4.1 million

Firefighters

$3.3 million

Contact Steven Harmon at 916-441-2101. Follow him at Twitter.com/ssharmon. Read the Political Blotter at IBAbuzz.com/politics.