SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - More questions are being raised about the LDS Church's Prop 8 campaign contributions.
New California reports show the Church gave hundreds of thousands of dollars in in-kind donations to support a gay marriage ban there.
On the LDS Church's Prop 8 report, there are two contributions listed for November 4th, 2008 - election day.
One for ninety-seven thousand dollars, another for for twenty thousand and five hundred.
That’s a total of more than one hundred and seventeen thousand.
Fred Karger, who launched the California state investigation into the LDS Church's Prop 8 contributions, wants to know why the contributions listed by LDS Church are different than those listed by those whom the Church gave the donations to.
On the Project Marriage/Yes on 8 campaign report, there is no LDS Church contribution listed on November 4th.
There is one for November 3rd, but that's only for thirty thousand.
Karger says, "So, they're a lot of questions for the Project Marriage Committee and the Yes on 8 Committee. There are a lot of questions still for the Mormon Church that they need to answer and be forthright."
In its statement about the contributions, the LDS Church writes,"The Church did not make any cash contribution."
But San Francisco lawyer and former Utah Mormon Kate Kendell disagrees.
She told ABC 4, “If they gave in-kind donations, it means those were contributions that the campaign itself didn't need to pay for."
What's more, Kendell believes that direct cash donations from LDS members will eventually total between $20 and $25 million.
That would be more than half of all money raised to pass Prop 8.
Kendell said, "When the dust clears, I think the Church's reputation as a force for fairness and equality and treating people equally will be tarnished for a very long time."
The LDS Church did not respond to our phone calls about this story.
To read the church's latest statement about their Proposition 8 contributions, click here
To see the entire list of Proposition 8 donors, click here