“Those include $355,000 from the Houston-based Action Now Initiative, $200,000 from former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Weinholtz and $100,000 from the Campaign for Democracy in Los Angeles, which supports Democratic causes. As of June 19, the date of the most recent disclosure, the committee had spent all but about $30,500, largely on gathering some 190,000 voter signatures statewide, well over the number needed to qualify for the November ballot. “The process is very expensive,” Better Boundaries Co-Chairman Jeff Wright said. “Our next goal was about $1 million overall throughout the rest of the campaign and I think we’re close to halfway there.”