Top Industries, 2001-2002

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Top 20 Industries contributing to Campaign Cmte

Member
Rank
District
Rank
IndustryTotalIndivsPACs
12Retired$41,700$41,700$0
25Misc Finance$31,700$31,700$0
38Computers/Internet$29,800$11,550$18,250
47Oil & Gas$27,200$20,950$6,250
53Health Professionals$24,900$19,900$5,000
616TV/Movies/Music$24,812$3,975$20,837
71Lawyers/Law Firms$23,275$16,650$6,625
810Insurance$21,500$7,550$13,950
918Telephone Utilities$19,800$1,550$18,250
1022Automotive$17,850$7,850$10,000
119Real Estate$16,200$14,200$2,000
1211General Contractors$15,850$11,850$4,000
1328Commercial Banks$15,700$4,700$11,000
1415Pharmaceuticals/Health Products$15,000$1,000$14,000
1547Misc Services$11,250$10,750$500
1620Livestock$10,550$9,550$1,000
1741Electric Utilities$10,000$0$10,000
1813Misc Business$9,105$7,605$1,500
194Lobbyists$8,975$8,975$0
2030Printing & Publishing$8,950$6,450$2,500

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Sector Totals (see table)

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Percent of Contributions Coded

legendCoded$510,082(92.3%)
legendNot Coded$42,305(7.7%)

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NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on Monday, November 18, 2013. ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

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