20 Years of Money in Politics

Center for Responsive Politics – Top All-Time Donors, 1989-2010

The amounts listed reflect all reported donations over $200 – so the amounts are only partial. Here’s the top 20. Note the domination by the left.

1 ActBlue $51,124,846 – D-99% R-0%

2 AT&T Inc $46,292,670 – D-44% R-55%

3 American Fedn of State, County & Municipal Employees – $43,477,361 D-98% R-1%

4 National Assn of Realtors – $38,721,441 D-49% R-50%

5 Goldman Sachs – $33,387,252 – D-61% R-37%

6 American Assn for Justice $33,143,279 – D-90% R-8%

7 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $33,056,216 – D-97% R-2%

8 National Education Assn $32,024,610 – D-93% R-6%

9 Laborers Union $30,292,050 – D-92% R-7%

10 Teamsters Union $29,319,982 – D-93% R-6%

11 Carpenters & Joiners Union $29,265,808 – D-89% R-10%

12 Service Employees International Union $29,140,232 – D-95% R-3%

13 American Federation of Teachers $28,733,991 – D-98% R-0%

14 Communications Workers of America $28,376,306 – D-98% R-0%

15 Citigroup Inc $28,065,874 – D-50% R-49%

16 American Medical Assn $27,597,820 – D-40% R-59%

17 United Auto Workers $27,134,252 – D-98% R-0%

18 National Auto Dealers Assn $26,311,758 – D-32% R-67%

19 Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union $26,229,477 – D-98% R-0%

20 United Parcel Service $25,290,039 – D-36% R-62%

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