Top 20 Contributors, 1993-1998

Select cycle and data to include:


*Senate data typically covers 6 year terms
  • Campaign Cmte Only
  • Leadership PAC Profile Only
  • Campaign Cmte & Leadership PAC Combined
  • No Leadership PAC money for selected cycle

Top 20 Contributors to Campaign Cmte

RankContributorHires lobbyists?Lobbying firm?*Lobbyist(s) give
to member?
TotalIndivsPACs
1Philip Morris$28,950$27,950$1,000
2Hunton & Williams$25,000$25,000$0
3MCA Inc$19,500$9,500$10,000
3Time Warner$19,500$14,500$5,000
5Jenner & Block$19,050$19,050$0
6Goldman Sachs$16,500$14,500$2,000
7AT&T Inc$15,250$1,750$13,500
8Communications Workers of America$15,000$0$15,000
9DLA Piper$13,750$750$13,000
10Norfolk Southern$13,200$5,200$8,000
11Chevron Corp$13,000$0$13,000
11General Electric$13,000$3,000$10,000
11Human Rights Campaign$13,000$2,000$11,000
14AFL-CIO$12,500$0$12,500
14National Assn of Letter Carriers$12,500$0$12,500
14Seafarers International Union$12,500$0$12,500
17Archer Daniels Midland$12,000$2,000$10,000
18Mack Co$11,500$11,500$0
19Dominion Resources$11,200$1,700$9,500
20American Academy of Ophthalmology$11,000$0$11,000
20Chambers Development Co$11,000$4,000$7,000
20Credit Union National Assn$11,000$0$11,000
20CSX Corp$11,000$2,000$9,000
20Joseph E Seagram & Sons$11,000$7,000$4,000
20Laborers Union$11,000$0$11,000
20Northrop Grumman$11,000$0$11,000
20United Mine Workers of America$11,000$0$11,000
20Wilkes Corp$11,000$11,000$0
| View Top 20 | Top 100

Click on arrows to view detailed data.

*registrants, or active lobbying firm

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1993-1998. The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

Why (and How) We Use Donors' Employer/Occupation Information

METHODOLOGY

NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for 1993-1998 and based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on Tuesday, April 23, 2002. ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics. For permission to reprint for commercial uses, such as textbooks, contact the Center.