Which candidate is best for the American people?

CANDIDATE A

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Goldman Sachs $994,139

Bank of America $921,839

Morgan Stanley $827,255

JPMorgan Chase & Co $792,147

Credit Suisse Group $618,941

Wells Fargo $598,379

Deloitte LLP $554,552

Kirkland & Ellis $496,722

Citigroup Inc $465,063

Barclays $428,250

PricewaterhouseCoopers $421,085

UBS AG $400,390

HIG Capital $385,500

Blackstone Group $360,225

Ernst & Young $293,067

EMC Corp $288,440

General Electric $287,495

Elliott Management $281,925

Bain Capital $279,220

Rothman Institute $263,700

CANDIDATE B

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University of California $1,079,526

Microsoft Corp $761,343

Google Inc $737,055

US Government $614,665

Harvard University $602,992

Kaiser Permanente $532,674

Stanford University $473,372

Deloitte LLP $430,084

Columbia University $411,894

Time Warner $408,512

DLA Piper $393,102

Sidley Austin LLP $377,133

University of Chicago $325,256

Comcast Corp $320,366

IBM Corp $318,645

US Dept of State $308,926

University of Michigan $308,410

Wells Fargo $288,804

Apple Inc $270,856

US Dept of Defense $270,519

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    NOTE: These contributions can come from the organization's members or employees (and their families). (e.g. US government)

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  • 7 years ago

    Don't judge candidates on who donates to them. Most big Wall St. companies donate to the front runner, not who they agree with the most. But I'm kinda nervous about Goldman Sachs donating to Romney, but I would still vote for him.

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