Hillary Cilnton’s Super Pac Gets $15,313,124 From Securities & Investment

Hillary Clinton (D) – Top Industries, federal election data
Election cycles covered: 2016

This page shows contributions sorted by industry to any super PACs or hybrid PACs working on the candidate’s behalf.

Rank Industry Total
1 Securities & Investment $15,313,124
2 Non-Profit Institutions $8,389,182
3 Building Trade Unions $7,500,000
4 TV/Movies/Music $6,621,720
5 Democratic/Liberal $4,293,903
6 Misc Finance $3,572,458
7 Women’s Issues $2,496,904
8 Pro-Israel $2,000,000
9 Lawyers/Law Firms $1,368,948
10 Public Sector Unions $1,052,626
11 Electronics Mfg & Equip $806,019
12 Pharmaceuticals/Health Products $803,382
13 Retired $718,458
14 Real Estate $604,527
15 Candidate Committees $275,615
16 Construction Services $211,451
17 Health Professionals $186,591
18 Misc Issues $156,356
19 Retail Sales $109,204
20 Other $107,502

Percent of Contributions Coded, Candidate Committee only

Coded $62,217,436 (65.9%)
Not Coded $32,205,184 (34.1%)

NOTE: Federal-level numbers are for the 2016 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Monday, March 07, 2016.

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