Heavy Hitters Top All-Time Donors, 1989-2010

November 18, 2010


Heavy Hitters

Top All-Time Donors, 1989-2010

LEGEND: Republican   Democrat   On the fence



= Between 40% and 59% to both parties
= Leans Dem/Repub (60%-69%)
= Strongly Dem/Repub (70%-89%)
= Solidly Dem/Repub (over 90%)

 

Rank Organization Total ’89-’09 Dem % Repub % Tilt
1 AT&T Inc $45,662,025 44% 55%
2 ActBlue $43,181,888 99% 0%
3 American Fedn of State, County & Municipal Employees $43,026,461 98% 1%
4 National Assn of Realtors $37,623,999 48% 50%
5 Goldman Sachs $32,899,102 62% 37%
6 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $32,685,295 97% 2%
7 American Assn for Justice $32,683,029 90% 8%
8 National Education Assn $31,114,380 93% 6%
9 Laborers Union $29,816,800 92% 7%
10 Carpenters & Joiners Union $28,945,308 89% 10%
11 Service Employees International Union $28,889,882 95% 3%
12 Teamsters Union $28,876,759 93% 6%
13 American Federation of Teachers $28,224,891 98% 0%
14 Communications Workers of America $27,958,106 98% 0%
15 Citigroup Inc $27,594,316 50% 49%
16 American Medical Assn $26,854,670 39% 60%
17 United Auto Workers $26,509,902 98% 0%
18 Machinists & Aerospace Workers Union $26,151,277 98% 0%
19 National Auto Dealers Assn $25,613,758 32% 67%
20 United Parcel Service $24,994,164 36% 62%
21 United Food & Commercial Workers Union $24,975,233 98% 1%
22 Altria Group $24,395,716 27% 71%
23 American Bankers Assn $23,539,096 40% 59%
24 National Assn of Home Builders $22,858,905 35% 63%
25 EMILY’s List $22,431,394 99% 0%
26 National Beer Wholesalers Assn $22,309,795 33% 66%
27 Microsoft Corp $21,071,008 53% 46%
28 JPMorgan Chase & Co $20,507,154 51% 48%
29 National Assn of Letter Carriers $20,266,434 88% 11%
30 Time Warner $20,119,718 72% 27%
31 Morgan Stanley $19,945,833 44% 54%
32 Lockheed Martin $19,421,492 43% 56%
33 Verizon Communications $19,393,564 40% 58%
34 General Electric $19,199,407 51% 48%
35 AFL-CIO $18,461,496 95% 4%
36 FedEx Corp $18,457,540 40% 58%
37 Credit Union National Assn $18,424,379 48% 51%
38 Bank of America $17,992,654 46% 53%
39 Ernst & Young $17,706,474 44% 54%
40 National Rifle Assn $17,674,596 17% 82%
41 Blue Cross/Blue Shield $17,665,396 39% 60%
42 Sheet Metal Workers Union $17,598,563 97% 2%
43 Plumbers & Pipefitters Union $17,315,226 94% 4%
44 American Hospital Assn $17,216,429 53% 45%
45 American Dental Assn $17,183,379 46% 53%
46 International Assn of Fire Fighters $17,177,743 82% 17%
47 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu $17,078,081 35% 64%
48 Operating Engineers Union $16,493,973 85% 13%
49 Air Line Pilots Assn $16,418,697 84% 15%
50 PricewaterhouseCoopers $16,330,973 37% 62%
51 UBS AG $16,169,024 40% 58%
52 AFLAC Inc $15,644,469 44% 55%
53 Natl Assn/Insurance & Financial Advisors $15,577,354 42% 56%
54 Boeing Co $15,146,644 47% 51%
55 Union Pacific Corp $14,742,998 25% 74%
56 Pfizer Inc $14,527,924 31% 68%
57 United Steelworkers $14,425,401 99% 0%
58 Merrill Lynch $14,286,110 37% 61%
59 United Transportation Union $14,170,710 88% 10%
60 Ironworkers Union $14,031,575 92% 6%
61 Reynolds American $13,658,078 24% 75%
62 Northrop Grumman $13,419,334 43% 56%
63 American Institute of CPAs $13,268,847 42% 57%
64 BellSouth Corp $12,993,782 45% 54%
65 Credit Suisse Group $12,940,623 45% 54%
66 Anheuser-Busch $12,795,521 48% 51%
67 National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn $12,750,321 51% 47%
68 American Postal Workers Union $12,627,473 95% 3%
69 General Dynamics $12,275,157 47% 52%
70 Walt Disney Co $11,643,166 68% 31%
71 American Financial Group $11,550,537 18% 81%
72 GlaxoSmithKline $11,456,290 29% 70%
73 KPMG LLP $11,337,015 34% 65%
74 National Air Traffic Controllers Assn $11,286,088 80% 18%
75 Comcast Corp $11,254,013 56% 42%
76 Chevron $11,251,153 24% 75%
77 Exxon Mobil $11,196,151 14% 85%
78 DLA Piper $11,165,482 67% 32%
79 News Corp $11,031,842 58% 41%
80 Raytheon Co $11,011,931 46% 52%
81 Club for Growth $10,671,725 1% 96%
82 Natl Active & Retired Fed Employees Assn $10,645,000 77% 22%
83 Honeywell International $10,502,780 47% 52%
84 Human Rights Campaign $10,388,527 90% 9%
85 Saban Capital Group $10,140,585 99% 0%
86 Koch Industries $10,060,036 11% 88%
87 National Restaurant Assn $10,052,295 16% 82%
88 Southern Co $10,037,530 31% 67%
89 MBNA Corp $10,029,256 17% 82%
90 New York Life Insurance $10,019,273 53% 46%
91 American Academy of Ophthalmology $10,007,708 52% 47%
92 Prudential Financial $9,951,656 49% 49%
93 UST Inc $9,950,761 21% 78%
94 Wal-Mart Stores $9,887,318 27% 72%
95 Associated Builders & Contractors $9,857,058 1% 98%
96 American Health Care Assn $9,848,629 53% 45%
97 Freddie Mac $9,815,790 43% 56%
98 MetLife Inc $9,777,103 55% 44%
99 AIG $9,763,734 50% 49%
100 Newsweb Corp $9,705,250 100% 0%
101 American Society of Anesthesiologists $9,660,037 42% 57%
102 American Crystal Sugar $9,634,339 62% 37%
103 Associated General Contractors $9,595,590 15% 84%
104 CSX Corp $9,564,029 33% 66%
105 Securities Industry & Financial Mkt Assn $9,540,982 44% 55%
106 National Cmte to Preserve Social Security & Medicare $9,474,369 80% 18%
107 Indep Insurance Agents & Brokers/America $9,471,525 40% 59%
108 Eli Lilly & Co $9,463,304 30% 69%
109 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance $9,452,323 40% 59%
110 General Motors $9,432,187 39% 60%
111 Lehman Brothers $9,336,530 54% 44%
112 American Optometric Assn $9,275,663 59% 40%
113 American Maritime Officers $9,218,471 46% 52%
114 Amway/Alticor Inc $8,812,428 0% 99%
115 National Cmte for an Effective Congress $8,707,940 99% 0%
116 Seafarers International Union $8,555,644 85% 14%
117 Archer Daniels Midland $8,509,173 44% 55%
118 Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp $8,383,535 31% 68%
119 American Airlines $8,379,363 47% 52%
120 Transport Workers Union $8,364,649 94% 4%
121 Fannie Mae $8,353,176 54% 45%
122 National Fedn of Independent Business $8,230,475 7% 92%
123 Ford Motor Co $8,141,417 37% 61%
124 MCI Inc $8,092,972 46% 53%
125 Wachovia Corp $8,050,097 31% 68%
126 National Assn of Broadcasters $8,049,537 45% 54%
127 American Council of Life Insurers $7,898,902 38% 61%
128 Aircraft Owners & Pilots Assn $7,641,366 45% 54%
129 Marine Engineers Beneficial Assn $7,529,377 74% 25%
130 Bristol-Myers Squibb $7,350,249 22% 77%
131 Bear Stearns $7,145,772 55% 43%
132 Enron Corp $6,548,235 28% 71%
133 Andersen $6,253,977 37% 62%
134 BP $6,215,674 28% 70%
135 Vivendi $4,682,771 66% 32%

Based on data released by the FEC on November 15, 2010.

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