“Here comes the money. Ballot measure committees are gearing up for the general election, and millions are about to be spent over the next few months to persuade voters.

Campaign finance reports filed ahead of a Tuesday deadline show ballot measure committees had large disparities of available cash as of June 30. Proposition 6, which calls for repealing California’s gas tax, is poised to be the most expensive fight, followed by Proposition 10, which allows cities and counties to pass comprehensive rent control laws.”

Click here for a breakdown of cash on hand for both sides of each ballot measure.