March 16, 2016 by New Pilgrim
HOW CORRUPT YOU CAN BE AND STILL BE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED SATES OF AMERICA
HOW A NICE GIRL FROM ARKASNSAS DOES WHATEVER IT TAKES, AND WHATEVER SHE CAN TAKE FROM THE KINDLY GENEROUS MEN ON WALL STREET WHO EXPECT NOTHING IN RETURN EXCEPT…….???
CAREER PROFILE (SINCE 1989)
Senator Hillary Clinton
Campaign Finance Cycle: Career
Contributor Total Indivs PACs
Emily’s List $939,881 $930,961 $8,920
Citigroup Inc $883,547 $875,547 $8,000
DLA Piper $847,930 $820,930 $27,000
Goldman Sachs $821,031 $811,031 $10,000
JPMorgan Chase & Co $771,111 $768,111 $3,000
Morgan Stanley $754,538 $749,538 $5,000
University of California $608,858 $608,858 $0
Time Warner $591,524 $566,524 $25,000
Skadden, Arps et al $522,688 $518,188 $4,500
Corning Inc $492,750 $474,750 $18,000
Kirkland & Ellis $443,420 $426,420 $17,000
Paul, Weiss et al $427,062 $427,062 $0
Greenberg Traurig LLP $411,640 $403,540 $8,100
Sullivan & Cromwell $396,625 $396,625 $0
Akin, Gump et al $393,531 $390,031 $3,500
National Amusements Inc $366,640 $363,640 $3,000
21st Century Fox $363,899 $363,899 $0
Lehman Brothers $362,853 $359,853 $3,000
Ernst & Young $360,127 $340,127 $20,000
Harvard University $359,451 $359,451 $0
This table lists the top donors to this candidate in
The organizations themselves did not donate,
rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners,
and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.
Why (and How) We Use Donors’ Employer/Occupation Information
NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for 19992016and
based on Federal Election Commission data available
electronically on echo Monday, February 22, 2016. (“Help! The numbers don’t add up…”)
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