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Robert Wexler

Robert Wexler

Representative (D - FL)
First Elected: 1996 Rep. Robert Wexler resigned January 3, 2010 to become President of the Center for Middle East Peace.

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Committee Assignments: 

International RelationsJudiciary

Leadership PAC (1): 

Cycle Fundraising, 1999 - 2000, Campaign Cmte

Raised: $908,618 Sparklines Explanation coming soon
Spent: $447,274
Cash on Hand: $588,271
Debts: $8,305
Last Report: Sunday, December 31, 2000

Top 5 Contributors, 1999 - 2000, Campaign Cmte

ContributorTotalIndivsPACs
Assn of Trial Lawyers of America$10,000$0$10,000
Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers$10,000$0$10,000
Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union$10,000$0$10,000
Retired Enlisted Assn$10,000$0$10,000
Teamsters Union$10,000$0$10,000

Top 5 Industries, 1999 - 2000, Campaign Cmte

IndustryTotalIndivsPACs
Retired$94,750$94,750$0
Lawyers/Law Firms$91,017$76,317$14,700
Health Professionals$58,450$47,950$10,500
Real Estate$47,250$37,750$9,500
Industrial Unions$39,000$0$39,000

Total Raised vs. Average Raised

2009-2010 Fundraising

Cycle Source of Funds, 1999-2000, Campaign Cmte only

legend Individual Contributions$680,473 (75%) (75%)
legendPAC Contributions $273,141 (30%)
legend Candidate self-financing$0 (0%)
legend Other$-44,996 (-5%)

NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1999-2000 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on November 04, 2002 (for Fundraising totals, Source of Funds and Total Raised vs Average) and on February 01, 2002 for Top Contributors and Industries. In the "Source of Funds" chart, "Large Individual Contributions" refer to all contributions from unique individuals aggregating to more than $200 within a cycle, and "Small Individual Contributions" refer to all contributions from unique individuals totaling $200 or less within a cycle. ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

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.

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