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Contributions to Republicans and Democrats 1999-2006

The following figures are based on the official information provided by the US Federal Election Commission. This information is available on www.opensecrets.org.

 

  • TOP 1: Altria Group (Philip Morris, Kraft Foods)
  • TOP 2: ExxonMobil (Esso)
  • TOP 3: ChevronTexaco
  • TOP 4: PepsiCo Inc
  • TOP 5: Coca-Cola Company
  • TOP 6: McDonald's
  • Last update: April 16, 2007



    TOP 1: Altria Group (Philip Morris, Kraft Foods) fact sheet


    Source: Center for Responsive Politics (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $1,338,853

    $488,777

    $848,076

    37%

    63%

    2004

    $1,229,907

    $446,420

    $782,237

    36%

    64%

    2002

    $4,062,425

    $935,905

    $3,126,520

    23%

    77%

    2000

    $3,884,401

    $722,697

    $3,156,004

    19%

    81%

    2000 - 2006

    $10,515,586

    $2,593,799

    $7,912,837

    25%

    75%


    TOP 2: ExxonMobil (Esso) fact sheet

    Source: Center for Responsive Politics (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $833,182

    $84,092

    $747,490

    10%

    90%

    2004

    $925,166

    $102,582

    $820,134

    11%

    89%

    2002

    $1,182,246

    $109,200

    $1,072,596

    9%

    91%

    2000

    $1,395,155

    $144,550

    $1,245,905

    10%

    89%

    2000 - 2006

    $4,335,749

    $440,389

    $3,886,125

    10%

    90%


    TOP 3: ChevronTexaco fact sheet


    Source: Center for Responsive Politics (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $77,268

    $52,562

    $457,675

    14%

    86%

    2004

    $499,242

    $86,511

    $412,731

    17%

    83%

    2002

    $1,307,081

    $328,481

    $978,600

    25%

    75%

    2000

    $1,565,826

    $423,872

    $1,140,954

    27%

    73%

    2000 - 2006

    $3,907,092

    $916,132

    $2,989,960

    23%

    77%


    TOP 4: PepsiCo Inc fact sheet


    Source: Center for Responsive Politics: 2006 | 2004 | 2002 | 2000 (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $382,092

    $168,120

    $213,972

    44%

    56%

    2004

    $440,930

    $132,279

    $308,651

    30%

    70%

    2002

    $1,324,326

    $225,135

    $1,099,191

    17%

    83%

    2000

    $852,255

    $144,883

    $707,372

    17%

    83%

    2000 - 2006

    $2,999,603

    $670,418

    $2,329,185

    22%

    78%


    TOP 5: Coca-Cola Company fact sheet


    Source: Center for Responsive Politics: 2006 | 2004 | 2002 | 2000 (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $253,620

    $101,448

    $149,636

    40%

    59%

    2004

    $313,504

    $109,726

    $197,508

    35%

    63%

    2002

    $849,208

    $356,667

    $492,541

    42%

    58%

    2000

    $779,753

    $389,877

    $389,877

    50%

    50%

    2000 - 2006

    $2,196,085

    $957,718

    $1,229,560

    44%

    56%


    TOP 6: McDonald's fact sheet


    Source: Center for Responsive Politics: 2006 | 2004 | 2002 | 2000 (February 19, 2007)

    Election Cycle

    Total Contributions

    Dems

    Repubs

    % to Dems

    % to Repubs

    2006

    $240,390

    $43,270

    $197,120

    18%

    82%

    2004

    $358,268

    $75,236

    $283,032

    21%

    79%

    2002

    $269,344

    $59,256

    $210,088

    22%

    78%

    2000

    $469,587

    $98,613

    $370,974

    21%

    79%

    2000 - 2006

    $1,337,589

    $276,375

    $1,061,214

    21%

    79%



    All Bush donors: Election Cycle 2000

    The following companies were the largest donors to the Republican party election campaign 2000. It excludes trade bodies or associations.

    These figures are based on the official information provided by The Federal Election Commission of the United States.

    This information is available on the web site of the Center for Responsive Politics, a non-partisan, non-profit research group based in Washington, D.C. that tracks money in politics, and its effect on elections and public policy:

    Source:
    Center for Responsive Politics


  • MBNA $3.0m
  • Philip Morris (Altria Group) $2.9m fact sheet
  • Microsoft $2.4m
  • AT&T $2.4m
  • UPS $2.3m
  • Bristol Myers Squibb $2.1m
  • Verizon $2.0m
  • Pfizer $1.9m
  • SBC $1.9m
  • Enron $1.8m
  • Citigroup $1.8m
  • Federal Express $1.7m
  • Time Warner/AOL $1.6m
  • Credit Suisse $1.6m
  • Ernst & Young $1.5m
  • UST $1.5m
  • Morgan Stanley Dean Witter $1.5m
  • Lockheed Martin $1.5m
  • Union Pacific $1.5m
  • Freddie Mac $1.4m
  • Bell South $1.4m
  • Glaxo Wellcome $1.3m
  • Amway $1.3m
  • Price W'house Coopers $1.3m
  • Deloite & Touche $1.3m
  • Eli Lily $1.3m
  • Goldman Sachs $1.2m
  • Anderson W'wide $1.2m
  • Merrill Lynch $1.2m
  • ExxonMobil (Esso) $1.2m fact sheet
  • WorldCom Inc $1.2m
  • Lehman Brothers $1.1m
  • International Paper $1.1m
  • General Electric $1.1m more info
  • Global Crossing $1.1m
  • MGM Mirage $1.1m
  • Koch $1.0m
  • Aflac $1.0m
  • Paine Webber $1.0m
  • American $1.0m
  • Financial Gp Boeing $1.0m
  • Southern Co $1.0m
  • Ltd Inc $950k
  • BP Amoco $950k
  • KPMG $900k
  • American Airlines $900k more info
  • Schering Plough $900k
  • Williamson $880k
  • Bank Pharmacia/Upjohn $850k
  • One $850k
  • Qwest $850k
  • Anheuser Busch $850k
  • Cintas Corp $828k
  • MandalayResort Gp $810k
  • Lehman Bros $810k
  • Reynolds Tobacco $810k
  • Fannie Mae $800k
  • Bank of America $800k
  • American Int Gp $800k
  • GAF $800k
  • Chevron Texaco $800k fact sheet
  • Paso $790k
  • CSX $770k
  • Burlington North $770k
  • General Dynamics $750k
  • American $740k
  • Home Prods Joseph Seagram $740k
  • PepsiCo $720k fact sheet
  • Chase Manhatten $700k
  • FPL Group $685k
  • Prudential $900k
  • USX Corp $650k
  • Northwest Airlines $650k more info
  • Aventis $650k
  • First Energy $640k
  • Reliant Energy $640k
  • Walt Disney $640k
  • WalMart $630k
  • Cisco Systems $630k
  • Texas Utilities $630k
  • AEI Resources $630k
  • Westwood One $620k
  • Amgen $600k
  • K Mart $590k
  • UAL Corp $570k
  • Home Depot $560k
  • Duchossois Inds $550k
  • Archer Daniels Midland $530k
  • Edison Int'l $530k
  • Ford $510k more info
  • General Motors $510k more info
  • Daimler Chrysler $500k more info





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