Money in Politics – Donor Information on Congress


Open Secrets has interesting data on the major contributors for all Senate and House members. Influence, earmarks and Lobbying. It is fascinating that the GA 6 special election to be held June 20, 2017 is awash in money. The Dems apparently counting on this election to shore up their losing streak. $8 Mil raised opposed to less than half a Mil for the GOP as of the end of March.

“Here’s the place for head-to-head campaign finance comparisons of candidates in every U.S. House and Senate race since the 1999-2000 election cycle. You can explore the relative size of their contributions, the top industries and interest groups supporting them, where the money came from geographically, and much more”.

View our coverage of special elections held in 2017.

Funding of candidate reports.

See how much incumbents, challengers and those gunning for open seats — including in this year’s special elections — have raised so far. Be sure an chose what year for each candidate to get info.

SEE THE DATA HERE  for all races

Try this one as an example:  Charles Schumer below:

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12 Responses to “Money in Politics – Donor Information on Congress”

  1. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    I have been saying for several years now that the only people who have the right – yes, the right – to donate to any candidate or elected official are constituents. Only people – not groups, PACs, unions, political parties, businesses, corporations – but actual individuals who are eligible to vote for the candidate or issue on the ballot can donate. That’s it. No one else.

    That would return the loyalty, dependence, and obedience of our representatives to us. It needs to be done, and done quickly!

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  3. Always On Watch Says:

    More of The Swamp! 😦

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Simply Linda Says:

    {{{shaking my head}}}…running this country in the ground (they are).

    Liked by 2 people


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