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RNC Donors


While all who donate to the RNC might not be evil, the RNC is practically a front group for the Establishment GOP.

Marketing Solution Publications, AT&T, American Petroleum Institute, Microsoft, Bank of America, Florida Power & Light, Amgen, Archer Daniels Midland, Bacardi, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bright House Networks, Chevron, Citigroup, Comcast, CSX Corporation, Duke Energy, Ernst & Young, Experiant, FedEx, Ford, General Electric, Google, JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Pfizer, TECO Energy, United Health Care Services, Walmart, Wells Fargo, Xerox Corporation, and Yankee Global Enterprises

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/18/republican-national-convention-corporations-super-pac_n_1976632.html

More donors: http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_9845239

Chuck Schumer Donors

Career


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Goldman Sachs

$540,490

$505,490

$35,000

Citigroup Inc

$474,516

$441,200

$33,316

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$376,600

$300,100

$76,500

Credit Suisse Group

$356,494

$310,325

$46,169

Morgan Stanley

$317,592

$293,200

$24,392

Paul, Weiss et al

$295,450

$295,450

$0

UBS AG

$270,650

$223,150

$47,500

Bear Stearns

$243,850

$221,850

$22,000

Lazard Ltd

$232,800

$232,800

$0

Ernst & Young

$228,750

$195,250

$33,500

Lehman Brothers

$226,450

$200,950

$25,500

Merrill Lynch

$226,400

$203,900

$22,500

Time Warner

$201,800

$169,800

$32,000

Schulte, Roth & Zabel

$200,100

$200,100

$0

Deloitte LLP

$198,299

$172,800

$25,499

Sullivan & Cromwell

$177,000

$177,000

$0

MetLife Inc

$167,999

$114,000

$53,999

Kasowitz, Benson et al

$166,700

$166,700

$0

New York Life Insurance

$164,700

$134,200

$30,500

Neuberger Berman LLC

$158,100

$158,100

$0

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1989-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&cid=n00001093&type=I


Top Contributors


Goldman Sachs $516, 290

Citigroup Inc. $432, 500

Paul, Weiss et al $299, 450

Ernst & Young $225, 500

Bear Steams $225, 350

Merrill Lynch $221, 150

Schulte, Roth & Zabel $200, 100

Credit Suisse First Boston $197, 044

Lehman Brothers $181, 450

JPMorgan Chase & Co. $179, 200



Source: http://influenceexplorer.com/politician/charles-e-schumer-d/e708669995e844af90f205003683f2fa

Bob Menendez Donors


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Lowenstein Sandler LLP

$315,157

$315,157

$0

Prudential Financial

$184,300

$152,800

$31,500

Goldman Sachs

$173,400

$132,400

$41,000

Decotiis, Fitzpatrick & Cole

$171,800

$171,800

$0

Greenberg Traurig LLP

$153,488

$128,700

$24,788

Verizon Communications

$152,727

$89,203

$63,524

Waters McPherson McNeill

$138,050

$138,050

$0

J Fletcher Creamer & Son

$129,100

$129,100

$0

NorPAC

$128,908

$85,550

$43,358

Public Service Enterprise Group

$121,670

$79,350

$42,320

Spanish Broadcasting Systems

$113,700

$113,700

$0

Maher Terminals

$108,700

$62,700

$46,000

Laborers Union

$108,500

$2,000

$106,500

United Water

$101,250

$50,250

$51,000

UBS AG

$100,050

$64,050

$36,000

Royal Printing Service

$95,560

$95,560

$0

Schering-Plough Corp

$91,950

$34,450

$57,500

Applied Companies

$91,250

$91,250

$0

Inserra Supermarkets

$90,000

$90,000

$0

United Auto Workers

$88,500

$0

$88,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1991-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&type=I&cid=N00000699&newMem=N&recs=20


Michael Bennet Donors


Contributor Total Individual PACs

Brownstein, Hyatt et al

$130,570

$120,070

$10,500

Oaktree Capital Management

$110,650

$110,650

$0

Blackstone Group

$109,800

$106,300

$3,500

Goldman Sachs

$73,800

$63,800

$10,000

Hogan Lovells

$65,350

$63,350

$2,000

Akin, Gump et al

$55,522

$47,600

$7,922

Comcast Corp

$55,450

$45,450

$10,000

DaVita HealthCare Partners

$53,550

$35,050

$18,500

Apollo Global Management

$53,450

$53,450

$0

Bain Capital

$53,000

$53,000

$0

Kirkland & Ellis

$52,284

$47,284

$5,000

Squire Patton Boggs

$51,676

$45,676

$6,000

Anschutz Corp

$51,600

$51,600

$0

Union Pacific Corp

$49,700

$29,700

$20,000

DISH Network

$49,100

$39,100

$10,000

Steptoe & Johnson

$47,900

$36,400

$11,500

Time Warner

$47,883

$44,883

$3,000

CenturyLink

$47,188

$33,850

$13,338

Wilmerhale Llp

$47,150

$47,150

$0

League of Conservation Voters

$46,142

$36,150

$9,992

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 2009-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&type=I&cid=N00030608&newMem=N&recs=20


Companies Lobbying the Most

Top Spenders (1998-2015)


US Chamber of Commerce

$1,204,575,680

American Medical Assn

$343,092,500

National Assn of Realtors

$336,919,763

General Electric

$330,130,000

American Hospital Assn

$290,601,311

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$281,671,420

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$266,774,586

AARP

$254,241,064

Northrop Grumman

$229,152,213

Boeing Co

$220,757,310

Business Roundtable

$213,110,000

Exxon Mobil

$212,216,942

Lockheed Martin

$210,353,272

Verizon Communications

$209,190,043

Edison Electric Institute

$197,706,789

AT&T Inc

$191,835,644

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$189,460,000

Southern Co

$179,720,694

National Assn of Broadcasters

$178,600,000

Altria Group

$164,545,200

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?indexType=s&showYear=a

2007


US Chamber of Commerce

$53,082,500

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$22,733,400

American Medical Assn

$22,132,000

General Electric

$19,640,000

AARP

$19,540,000

American Hospital Assn

$18,766,545

Exxon Mobil

$16,940,000

Altria Group

$16,565,000

AT&T Inc

$16,555,109

Amgen Inc

$16,260,000

Southern Co

$14,560,000

General Motors

$14,280,000

National Assn of Realtors

$13,860,000

Pfizer Inc

$13,800,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$13,020,000

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers

$12,835,527

Verizon Communications

$12,560,000

American International Group

$11,379,000

Northrop Grumman

$11,179,627

Lockheed Martin

$10,875,500

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2007&indexType=s

2008


US Chamber of Commerce

$91,955,000

AARP

$35,120,000

Exxon Mobil

$29,000,000

PG&E Corp

$27,250,000

Northrop Grumman

$20,933,252

American Medical Assn

$20,555,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$20,220,000

Koch Industries

$20,023,000

American Hospital Assn

$19,172,684

General Electric

$18,660,000

Verizon Communications

$17,910,000

Boeing Co

$17,725,000

National Assn of Realtors

$17,340,000

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$16,632,165

Lockheed Martin

$16,181,506

AT&T Inc

$15,076,675

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$14,500,000

Southern Co

$13,980,000

Altria Group

$13,840,000

Business Roundtable

$13,320,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2008&indexType=s

2009


US Chamber of Commerce

$144,606,000

Exxon Mobil

$27,430,000

General Electric

$26,400,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$26,150,520

Pfizer Inc

$25,819,268

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$23,666,439

AARP

$21,010,000

Chevron Corp

$20,815,000

American Medical Assn

$20,720,000

National Assn of Realtors

$19,477,000

American Beverage Assn

$18,850,000

American Hospital Assn

$18,706,376

ConocoPhillips

$18,069,858

Verizon Communications

$17,680,000

Boeing Co

$17,145,000

FedEx Corp

$16,370,000

BP

$15,990,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$15,980,000

Northrop Grumman

$15,180,000

AT&T Inc

$14,729,673

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2009&indexType=s

2010


US Chamber of Commerce

$132,067,500

PG&E Corp

$45,510,000

General Electric

$39,290,000

FedEx Corp

$25,582,074

American Medical Assn

$22,555,000

AARP

$22,050,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$21,740,000

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$20,893,141

American Hospital Assn

$19,774,358

ConocoPhillips

$19,626,382

United Technologies

$18,310,000

Boeing Co

$18,124,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$17,710,000

National Assn of Realtors

$17,580,000

Verizon Communications

$16,850,000

Northrop Grumman

$15,740,000

AT&T Inc

$15,395,078

National Assn of Broadcasters

$13,710,000

Pfizer Inc

$13,380,000

Southern Co

$13,220,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2010&indexType=s

2011


US Chamber of Commerce

$66,370,000

General Electric

$26,340,000

National Assn of Realtors

$22,355,463

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$22,105,802

American Medical Assn

$21,500,000

American Hospital Assn

$20,823,341

ConocoPhillips

$20,557,043

AT&T Inc

$20,230,000

Comcast Corp

$19,615,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$18,910,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$18,530,000

Boeing Co

$16,200,000

Verizon Communications

$15,690,000

Lockheed Martin

$15,246,845

AARP

$15,170,000

Royal Dutch Shell

$14,790,000

United Technologies

$14,290,000

National Assn of Broadcasters

$13,960,000

FedEx Corp

$13,161,784

Pfizer Inc

$12,890,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2011&indexType=s

2012


US Chamber of Commerce

$136,300,000

National Assn of Realtors

$41,464,580

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$22,569,532

American Hospital Assn

$19,251,200

General Electric

$18,970,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$18,890,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$18,530,000

Google Inc

$18,220,000

Northrop Grumman

$17,540,000

AT&T Inc

$17,460,000

American Medical Assn

$16,505,000

Boeing Co

$15,640,000

Southern Co

$15,580,000

Lockheed Martin

$15,347,350

Verizon Communications

$15,220,000

Comcast Corp

$14,750,000

National Assn of Broadcasters

$14,510,000

Royal Dutch Shell

$14,480,000

United Technologies

$14,454,750

Business Roundtable

$13,890,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2012&indexType=s

2013


US Chamber of Commerce

$74,470,000

National Assn of Realtors

$38,584,580

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$22,618,980

Northrop Grumman

$20,590,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$19,870,000

American Hospital Assn

$19,173,813

Comcast Corp

$18,810,000

American Medical Assn

$18,250,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$17,882,500

General Electric

$16,240,000

AT&T Inc

$15,935,000

Google Inc

$15,800,000

Boeing Co

$15,230,000

Lockheed Martin

$14,516,226

National Assn of Broadcasters

$14,450,000

Grocery Manufacturers Assn

$14,300,000

United Technologies

$13,900,373

Verizon Communications

$13,773,000

Exxon Mobil

$13,420,000

CVS/Caremark Corp

$13,128,502

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2013&indexType=s

2014


US Chamber of Commerce

$124,080,000

National Assn of Realtors

$55,057,053

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$22,218,774

American Hospital Assn

$20,773,146

American Medical Assn

$19,650,000

National Assn of Broadcasters

$18,440,000

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$17,460,000

Comcast Corp

$17,020,000

Google Inc

$16,830,000

Boeing Co

$16,800,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$16,640,000

United Technologies

$15,738,000

General Electric

$15,170,000

Business Roundtable

$14,840,000

CVS Health

$14,787,640

Lockheed Martin

$14,581,800

Dow Chemical

$14,430,000

AT&T Inc

$14,200,000

Koch Industries

$13,700,000

FedEx Corp

$13,414,536

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2014&indexType=s

2015


US Chamber of Commerce

$64,190,000

American Medical Assn

$23,910,000

National Assn of Realtors

$23,460,707

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$17,966,780

General Electric

$16,830,000

Boeing Co

$16,755,000

American Hospital Assn

$15,327,822

National Assn of Manufacturers

$14,720,000

Pharmaceutical Rsrch & Mfrs of America

$14,565,000

Business Roundtable

$14,480,000

Google Inc

$13,370,000

National Assn of Broadcasters

$12,820,000

Comcast Corp

$11,740,000

AT&T Inc

$11,370,000

CVS Health

$11,020,000

Lockheed Martin

$10,648,758

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn

$9,750,000

American Bankers Assn

$9,205,000

Exxon Mobil

$9,190,000

Verizon Communications

$9,180,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.php?showYear=2015&indexType=s

Marco Rubio Donors


1

Goldman Sachs








$53,200

$48,200

$5,000

2

Microsoft Corp








$33,100

$24,100

$9,000

3

Wiley Rein Llp









$25,840

$25,840

$0

4

Fanjul Corp








$25,200

$25,200

$0

5

Rooney Holdings










$24,300

$24,300

$0

6

KKR & Co








$21,800

$21,800

$0

7

Full Sail










$19,850

$19,850

$0

8

Akin, Gump et al







$17,250

$5,250

$12,000

9

Cellular Telecom & Internet Assn








$15,500

$0

$15,500

10

Citizens for Prosperity in America Today










$15,000

$0

$15,000

10

Cummins-American Corp









$15,000

$10,000

$5,000

10

G&C Concrete Construction










$15,000

$15,000

$0

13

Carnival Corp









$14,500

$12,500

$2,000

13

Northeast Remsco Construction










$14,500

$14,500

$0

15

Wells Fargo








$14,400

$4,400

$10,000

16

USAA








$13,600

$3,600

$10,000

17

Blackstone Group








$13,400

$7,400

$6,000

18

Sequoia Capital










$13,000

$13,000

$0

19

WPP Group








$12,250

$9,750

$2,500

20

National Pain Institute










$12,000

$12,000

$

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 2011-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00030612

Goldman Sachs, MCM Corp, NextEra Energy, Sun Capital Partners, GEO Group, Koch Industries

Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/here-s-where-marco-rubio-gets-his-campaign-money-204131516.html



Oracle Corp Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/07/31/pac-backing-marco-rubio-gets-16-million-mostly-from-4-donors/

Cox In­dus­tries, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Ti­tan Farms, Col­lum’s Lum­ber Products Source: http://www.nationaljournal.com/s/91742/seniors-still-paying-medicare-premium-hike-just-over-time?mref=scroll

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Organizing For Action Donors and Buddies


D.E. Shaw Research Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2014/06/organizing-for-action-whos-giving-to-obama-linked-nonprofit/

Newsweb Corp Source: http://swampland.time.com/2013/11/11/obamas-grassroots-moneybags-the-top-19-organizing-for-action-donors/

Lockheed Martin, Citi, and Duke Energy Source: http://hotair.com/archives/2013/01/25/not-all-democrats-are-pleased-about-this-new-organizing-for-action-thing/

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Pushers for McCain-Feingold


Open Society Institute, Pew Charitable Trusts , the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Joyce Foundation, the Jerome Kohlberg Trust, the Ford Foundation , and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

(Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=456 )

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Companies Using Temp/Staffing Agencies a Lot


Disclaimer: Not all of these may be bad guys, but check the other lists to see what their real motive is

Wal Mart, Gwabbit, AOL, Unilever, General Motors, PepsiCo Source: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/07/08/us-companies-increasingly-turning-to-temporary-workers-to-fill-positions/



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John McCain Donors

Career


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Merrill Lynch

$434,920

$431,670

$3,250

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$418,308

$393,308

$25,000

Citigroup Inc

$392,052

$375,052

$17,000

AT&T Inc

$382,388

$280,488

$101,900

Goldman Sachs

$365,965

$354,510

$11,455

Morgan Stanley

$328,451

$328,451

$0

Pinnacle West Capital

$290,390

$239,890

$50,500

US Government

$253,479

$253,479

$0

UBS AG

$248,543

$248,543

$0

Credit Suisse Group

$216,353

$216,353

$0

Bank of America

$213,875

$189,375

$24,500

PricewaterhouseCoopers

$206,630

$181,130

$25,500

FedEx Corp

$205,416

$149,416

$56,000

American Airlines Group

$196,755

$157,255

$39,500

Wachovia Corp

$195,963

$194,963

$1,000

US Army

$189,020

$189,020

$0

Greenberg Traurig LLP

$178,537

$175,037

$3,500

General Electric

$176,073

$139,573

$36,500

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

$174,396

$151,796

$22,600

Blackstone Group

$169,650

$160,150

$9,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1989-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&cid=n00006424


Top 10 Presidential Campaign Donors


1. Merrill Lynch $230,310

2. Citigroup Inc. $219,551

3. Blank Rome LLP $189,226

4. Greenberg Traurig LLP $157,487

5. AT&T Inc. $153,005

6. Goldman Sachs $139,520

7. Morgan Stanley $136,651

8. JPMorgan Chase & Co. $129,400

9. Credit Suisse Group $110,725

10. Lehman Brothers $96,050

Source: http://humanevents.com/2008/06/19/top-10-john-mccain-campaign-donors/


Paul Ryan Donors


Northwestern Mutual, National Association of Home Builders, Carpenters and Joiners Union, National Beer Wholesalers Association, Abbot Laboratories, Bank One, Credit Suisse Group, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisers, the American Bankers Association, Elliott Management, Goldman Sachs, UBS (Source: http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2012/08/14/the-big-money-behind-paul-ryans-political-career )

Top 10 Organizations Funding












Organization

Contributions

Northwestern Mutual

$93,590

Delaware North Companies

$36,200

USAA

$22,000

Direct Supply Incorporated

$21,327

Wells Fargo

$20,400

Scoggin Capital Management

$20,400

Kindred Healthcare

$20,000

Consulate Health Care

$20,000

Select Medical Corporation

$20,000

American Health Care Association

$20,00

(Source: http://maplight.org/us-congress/legislator/445-paul-ryan )

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Companies Using Foxconn


Acer Inc. (Taiwan) 
Amazon.com (United States) 
Apple Inc. (United States) 
ASRock (Taiwan) 
Asus (Taiwan) 
Barnes & Noble (United States) 
Cisco (United States) 
Dell (United States) 
EVGA Corporation (United States) 
Hewlett-Packard (United States) 
Intel (United States) 
IBM (United States) 
Lenovo (China) 
Logitech (Switzerland) 
Microsoft (United States) 
MSI (Taiwan) 
Motorola (United States) 
Netgear (United States) 
Nintendo (Japan) 
Nokia (Finland) 
Panasonic (Japan) 
Philips (Netherlands) 
Samsung (South Korea) 
Sharp (Japan) 
Sony Ericsson (Japan/Sweden) 
Toshiba (Japan) 
Vizio (United States) 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foxconn#Major_customers 

Source: http://www.democraticunderground.com/1002227098

MoveOn.org Buddies


American Civil Liberties Union

American Constitution Society



American Freedom Campaign

Americans United for Change

Campaign to Defend America

Environment 2004

Free Press

National Committee for an Effective Congress

Natural Resources Defense Council

Townhouse

United for Peace and Justice

VoteVets.org

Win Without War

Source: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/MoveOn


Funders


Compton Foundation, George Soros's Open Society Institute, the Shefa Fund, the Stern Family Fund, the Steven and Michelle Kirsch Foundation, and the Tides Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6201


Trey Gowdy Donors


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Career


UBS Americas

$30,000

$0

$30,000

Koch Industries

$27,000

$0

$27,000

Tindall Corp

$26,000

$26,000

$0

Every Republican is Crucial PAC

$25,000

$0

$25,000

National Auto Dealers Assn

$25,000

$0

$25,000

Deloitte LLP

$24,500

$0

$24,500

Harrison, White et al

$24,150

$24,150

$0

General Electric

$24,000

$0

$24,000

Honeywell International

$23,554

$0

$23,554

Nelson, Mullins et al

$23,100

$16,600

$6,500

Boeing Co

$21,000

$0

$21,000

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$20,394

$4,500

$15,894

Scana Corp

$20,000

$0

$20,000

Duke Energy

$19,500

$0

$19,500

American Society of Anesthesiologists

$18,500

$0

$18,500

Fluor Corp

$18,500

$3,000

$15,500

CSX Corp

$18,000

$0

$18,000

American Bankers Assn

$17,500

$0

$17,500

American Resort Development Assn

$17,500

$0

$17,500

Advance America Cash Advance Centers

$17,000

$12,500

$4,500

Milliken & Co

$17,000

$17,000

$0

National Beer Wholesalers Assn

$17,000

$0

$17,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&type=I&cid=N00030880&newMem=N&recs=20

2016


1

Tindall Corp










$10,800

$10,800

$0

2

Harrison, White et al










$10,750

$10,750

$0

3

UBS AG









$10,000

$0

$10,000

4

General Electric









$6,000

$0

$6,000

5

Extended Stay America










$5,400

$5,400

$0

5

Johnson Development










$5,400

$5,400

$0

7

Right To Rise PAC










$5,200

$0

$5,200

8

American Resort Development Assn









$5,000

$0

$5,000

8

Appalachian Engineered Floors










$5,000

$5,000

$0

8

Crg Recycling Co










$5,000

$5,000

$0

8

White's Exxon Service Station










$5,000

$5,000

$0

12

AFLAC Inc









$3,500

$0

$3,500

13

AT&T Inc








$3,000

$0

$3,000

14

Bassaidai Inc










$2,700

$2,700

$0

14

Main Street Forest Products










$2,700

$2,700

$0

14

Milliken & Co









$2,700

$2,700

$0

17

Dove Transportation










$2,600

$2,600

$0

18

American Institute of CPAs








$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

Associated Builders & Contractors









$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

California Dairies Inc









$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

Community Financial Services Assn









$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

Deloitte LLP








$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

Grupo Salinas









$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

National Council of Textile Orgs










$2,500

$0

$2,500

18

White Oak Inc










$2,500

$2,500

$0

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00030880&cycle=2016

2014


1

PI Holdings Ii










$10,400

$10,400

$0

2

American Crystal Sugar









$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

American Resort Development Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

CSX Corp









$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

Deloitte LLP







$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

Duke Energy









$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

Every Republican is Crucial PAC










$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

National Auto Dealers Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn








$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

UBS AG









$10,000

$0

$10,000

11

Boeing Co








$8,000

$0

$8,000

11

General Electric









$8,000

$0

$8,000

13

AFLAC Inc









$7,500

$0

$7,500

13

American Bankers Assn








$7,500

$0

$7,500

13

Koch Industries








$7,500

$0

$7,500

13

National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors









$7,500

$0

$7,500

13

Scana Corp









$7,500

$0

$7,500

18

Honeywell International








$7,054

$0

$7,054

19

Grupo Elektra










$7,000

$7,000

$0

19

Home Depot








$7,000

$0

$7,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2014&type=I&cid=N00030880&newMem=N&recs=20

2012


1

Blue Cross/Blue Shield








$14,394

$4,500

$9,894

2

Deloitte LLP







$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

Every Republican is Crucial PAC










$10,000

$0

$10,000

2

National Auto Dealers Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

5

Honeywell International









$9,500

$0

$9,500

6

Podesta Group








$8,800

$8,800

$0

7

American Bankers Assn








$7,500

$0

$7,500

7

American Resort Development Assn








$7,500

$0

$7,500

7

Koch Industries









$7,500

$0

$7,500

7

Publix Super Markets









$7,500

$0

$7,500

11

BASF SE









$7,000

$0

$7,000

11

Fluor Corp









$7,000

$0

$7,000

11

National Beer Wholesalers Assn









$7,000

$0

$7,000

11

Tindall Corp










$7,000

$7,000

$0

15

Inman Mills










$6,500

$4,000

$2,500

15

Scana Corp








$6,500

$0

$6,500

17

American Society of Anesthesiologists









$6,000

$0

$6,000

17

General Electric








$6,000

$0

$6,000

17

Investment Co Institute









$6,000

$0

$6,000

17

National Assn of Realtors









$6,000

$0

$6,000

17

PricewaterhouseCoopers








$6,000

$0

$6,000

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2012&type=I&cid=N00030880&newMem=N&recs=20

These table list the top donors to this candidate in the various election cycles. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.


Enviro-Statist Backers


Here are the enviro-statist companies and groups:

Blue Cross Blue Shield, Center for American Progress, Environmental Defense Fund, Wal Mart, Sam’s Club, The Nature Conservancy, Lexus, Toyota, Forest Stewardship Council, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, BICEP (Businesses for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy), Mars Inc., Samsung, NBCUniversal, T-Mobile, U.S. Climate Action Partnership (USCAP), General Electric, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Motorola Mobility, La Senza, Limited Brands, Ernst & Young, Earthwatch, Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works, PINK, Henri Bendel, General Motors, Ceres, Best Buy, Allstate, Starbucks, Seattle’s Best Coffee, Visa, CVS, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace, UN Environmental Programme, Bank of America, New York Mercantile Exchange’s Green Exchange, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Johnson & Johnson, Sierra Club, EarthJustice, National Wildlife Fund, Nike, Hurley, Tostitos, Kellogg Corporate Citizenship Fund, Kellogg Company, Converse, Walt Disney Company, Deutsche Bank, Natural Resource Defense Council, Levi Strauss, Dockers, General Mills, Delta Airlines, World Economic Forum, Hewlett-Packard, ABC News, Morgan Stanley, AT&T, 3M, Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps, Xerox, Intel, Groupon, Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering, Ford Motor Company, eBay, PayPal, Business for Innovative Climate, Ben & Jerry’s, Unilever, IKEA, Chicago Climate Exchange, The Climate Registry, Safeway, Gap Inc, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Piperlime, Athleta, and Intermix, Staples, Dow Chemical, Avon, Freddie Mac, Dell, ExxonMobil, BP, Shell Oil, Jiffy Lube, British Airways, Sprint, Fox Home Entertainment, 21st Century Fox, REI, Alaska Airlines, Chrysler, Macy’s, UPS, EarthShare, Belk, Honda, Adidas, YUM! Brands Foundation, Taco Bell, Intuit, Ralph Lauren Corporation, Energizer Holdings Inc, Scripps Networks Interactive, Environmental Media Association, Kimberly-Clark, L’Oreal, Lancôme, Caterpillar, IBM, DuPont, H-E-B, Conservation International, Sony, Symantec, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Discover Financial Services, BB&T, McDonald’s, National Wildlife Federation, J. Crew, Johnson Controls, Lego Group, The Body Shop, Baskin Robbins, Dunkin’ Brand, Nestle, Lowe’s, Dunkin Donuts, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, American Express, Meijer


Oregon Interfaith Power and Light Churches


Ainsworth United Church of Christ, Portland, Oregon

Ashland Congregational United Church of Christ, Ashland, Ore.

Atonement Lutheran Church, Newport, Oregon

Atkinson Memorial Church, Oregon City, Oregon

Augustana Lutheran Church, Portland, Oregon

Bethel Congregational United Church of Christ, Beaverton, Oregon

Central Lutheran Church, Portland, Oregon

Cherry Park United Methodist Church, Portland

Church of the Good Samaritan, Corvallis

Clackamas United Church of Christ, Milwaukie

Community Presbyterian Church, Redmond, Oregon

Dharma Rain Zen Center, Portland, Oregon

Eugene Friends Church, Eugene, Oregon

First Christian Church, Eugene, Oregon

First Christian Church, Medford, Oregon

First Congregational Church, Eugene, Oregon

First Congregational Church, Portland, Oregon

First Presbyterian Church, Bend, Oregon

First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon

First United Methodist Church, Ashland, Oregon

First United Methodist Church, Corvallis, Oregon

First United Methodist Church, Medford, Oregon

First United Methodist Church, Portland, Oregon

Forest Grove United Church of Christ, Forest Grove, Oregon

Grace Lutheran Church, Molalla, Oregon

Gresham United Methodist Church, Gresham, Oregon

Havurah Shalom, Portland, Oregon

The Hearth, Portland, Oregon

Hillsdale Community United Church of Christ, Portland

Kairos-Milwaukie United Church of Christ, Milwaukie, Oregon

La Grande United Methodist Church, La Grande, Oregon


Lake Oswego United Church of Christ, Lake Oswego, Oregon

Medford Congregational United Church of Christ, Medford, Oregon

Menucha Retreat and Conference Center, Corbett, Oregon

Mission of the Atonement, Beaverton, Oregon

The Multnomah Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, Portland, Oregon

Oregon City United Methodist Church, Oregon City, Oregon

Reedville Presbyterian Church, Hillsboro, Oregon

Riverside Community Church, United Church of Christ, Hood River, Oregon

St. Andrew Lutheran Church , Beaverton

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Prineville, Oregon

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Bonanza, Oregon

St. Clare Catholic Church, Portland, Oregon

St. Helen Catholic Church, Junction City

St. James Episcopal Church, Tigard

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church,Milwaukie, Oregon

St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon

St. Luke Lutheran Church, Portland, Oregon

St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Eugene, Oregon

St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon

St. Paul of Damascus Lutheran Church, Boring, Oregon

St. Philip Neri Church, Portland, Oregon

St. Rose Catholic Church, Junction City, Oregon

Southminster Presbyterian Church, Beaverton, Oregon

Temple Beth Israel, Eugene, Oregon

Trinity Lutheran Church, Gresham

Tualatin (Hilltop) United Methodist Church, Tualatin

United Church of Christ Congregational, The Dalles

Unity Church of Portland, Portland, Oregon

Zion United Church of Christ, Gresham



Source: http://www.emoregon.org/OIPL_congregations.php

Church Global Warming Groups


EMO’s Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns

National Religious Partnership for the Environment, National Council of Church of Christ, and the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life

Oregon Interfaith Power & Light

Source: http://www.emoregon.org/global_warming.php


The Nature Conservancy Buddies


 Bank of America Charitable Foundation, the Blue Moon Fund, theChevronTexaco Foundation, the Columbia Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Educational Foundation of America, the Ford Foundation, the Foundation for Deep Ecology, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the J.M. Kaplan Fund, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Minneapolis Foundation, theProspect Hill Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Simons Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the Turner Foundation, the Vira I. Heinz Endowment, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7221



3M/3M Foundation 
Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines: Nature’s Adventure Sweepstakes
Alcoa Foundation 
AmazonSmile
AT&T
Aveda Corporation
Avon 
Back to Nature
Bank of America/ Bank of America Foundation 
Barrick Gold Corporation
BHP Billiton
Boeing
 
BP 
Bunge
Cargill, Inc. 
Caterpillar/Caterpillar Foundation
Colgate-Palmolive Company 
CH2M HILL
Charity Miles

The Coca Cola Company 
CSX Transportation
Delta Air Lines 
Discovery Channel: North America
Disney  
The Dow Chemical Company  
Dupont
Ecolab/Ecolab Foundation 
FEMSA
General Mills
Goldman Sachs
Harley-Davidson, Inc./The Harley-Davidson Foundation
IBM 
International Expeditions
Jostens,Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kimpton Hotels 
Lowe’s/Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation 
Macy's
Microsoft
Mosaic Company
Newmont Mining Corporation
Neutrogena 
Odwalla
Oracle
Patagonia
Pentair/ Pentair Foundation
PepsiCo  
PepsiCo Recycle for Nature
Praxair Inc.
Quark Expeditions
Rakuten
Rio Tinto 
SABMiller 
Shell
STIHL Inc.
Suave
Swiss Re
Target
TD Bank
The Honest Company
Uber

UPS
Wegmans Food Markets

Whole Earth Sweetener Company
Whole Foods Market

WeChat
Xerox/Xerox Foundation
Zig Zag Zoom
Zegrahm Expeditions

Source: http://www.nature.org/about-us/working-with-companies/companies-we-work-with/



3M 
Bank of America
Barrick Gold
The Boeing Company
BP America, Inc.
Cargill, Inc.
Chevron Corporation
The Coca-Cola Company
The Dow Chemical Company
Duke Energy
Ecolab, Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Monsanto
Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc.
Royal Dutch Shell
Starbucks Coffee Company
UPS
Weyerhaeuser
Xerox Corporation Ltd.

Source: http://www.nature.org/about-us/working-with-companies/businesscouncil/ilc-main-content.xml

NW Energy Coalition Members


Advocates for the West

www.advocateswest.org

ID

208-342-7024

Bryan Hurlbutt

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

www.atnitribes.org

OR

503-249-5770

Direlle Calica

AirWorks, Inc.

www.airworksmt.com

MT

406-257-1341

Diane Yarus

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation

www.ahfc.state.ak.us

AK

907-338-6100

Mimi Burbage

Alliance to Save Energy

www.ase.org

DC

202-857-0666

Daniel Bresette

Alternative Energy Resources Organization

www.aeromt.org

MT

406-443-7272

Jennifer Hill-Hart

American Rivers

www.amrivers.org

WA

206-852-5583

Michael Garrity

A World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity

www.awish.net

WA

360-468-3231

Michael Karp

Beneficial State Bank

www.beneficialstatebank.com

WA

206-549-6918

Anne DeMelle

BlueGreen Alliance

www.bluegreenalliance.org

CA

206-441-8510

JB Tengco

Bonneville Environmental Foundation

www.B-E-F.org

OR

503-248-1905

Angus Duncan

Centerstone

www.center-stone.org

WA

206-812-4940

Leon Garnett

Citizens' Utility Board of Oregon

www.oregoncub.org

OR

503-227-1984

Bob Jenks

City of Ashland

www.ashland.or.us

OR

541-488-6002

Adam Hanks

City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment

www.seattle.gov/environment

WA

206-615-0817

Jessica Finn Coven

Climate Solutions

www.climatesolutions.org

WA

206-443-9570

Vlad Gutman

The Climate Trust

www.climatetrust.org

OR

503-238-1915

Sean Penrith

Community Action Center

www.cacwhitman.com

WA

509-334-9147

Jeff Guyett

Community Action Partnership Association of Idaho

www.idahocommunityaction.org

ID

208-375-7382

Christina Zamora

Community Action Partnership of Oregon

www.caporegon.org

OR

503-316-3951

Keith Kueny

David Suzuki Foundation

www.davidsuzuki.org

BC

604-732-4228

Kyle Aben

Drive Oregon

http://driveoregon.org

OR

503-724-8670

Emmaline Pohnl

Earth and Spirit Council

www.earthandspirit.org

OR

503-452-4483

Jeff Hammarlund

Earth Ministry

www.earthministry.org

WA

206-632-2426

LeeAnne Beres

Ecova

www.eecova.com

WA

206-802-8973

Greg Stiles

eFormative Options

www.eformativeoptions.com

WA

206-567-5466

Heather Rhoads-Weaver

Emerald People's Utility District

www.epud.org

OR

541-746-1583

Katherine Schacht

The Energy Project

www.oppco.org

WA

360-734-5121 x334

Shawn Collins

EnergySavvy

www.energysavvy.com

WA

877-217-2685

Jake Oster

Energy Trust of Oregon

www.energytrust.org

OR

503-493-8888

Hannah Cruz

Enhabit

www.enhabit.org

OR

503-894-8665

Tim Miller

Environment Oregon

www.environmentoregon.org

OR

971-266-2511

Charlie Fisher

Environment Washington

www.environmentwashington.org

WA

206-533-7143

Bruce Speight

HEAT Oregon

www.oregonheat.org

OR

503-612-3790

Marietta Doney

Home Performance Guild of Oregon

www.oregonhpcg.org

OR

503-754-5403

Don MacOdrum

Home Performance Washington

www.homeperformancewashington.org

WA

206-280-4526

To be determined

Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County

www.hacsa.org

OR

541-682-3755

Steve Jole

Human Resource Council, District XI

www.hrcxi.org

MT

406-728-3710

Jim Morton

Idaho Clean Energy Association

www.idahocleanenergy.org

ID

208-301-2293

Leif Elgethun

Idaho Conservation League

www.idahoconservation.org

ID

208-345-6933

Ben Otto

Idaho Rivers United

www.idahorivers.org

ID

208-343-7481

Kevin Lewis

Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns

www.emoregon.org/earth_concerns.php

OR

503-221-1054

Jenny Holmes

League of Women Voters of Idaho

www.lwvid.org

ID

208-232-5424

Muriel Roberts

League of Women Voters of Oregon

www.lwvor.org

OR

503-581-5722

Theresa Gibney

League of Women Voters of Washington

www.lwvwa.org

WA

206-622-8961

Mary Moore

Montana Audubon

www.mtaudubon.org

MT

406-443-3949

Janet Ellis

Montana Environmental Information Center

www.meic.org

MT

406-443-2520

Kyla Maki

Montana Renewable Energy Association

www.montanarenewables.org

MT

406-214-9405

Diana Maneta

Montana River Action

www.montanariveraction.org

MT

406-587-9181

Joe Gutkoski

National Center for Appropriate Technology

www.ncat.org

MT

406-494-4572

Kathy Hadley

Natural Resources Defense Council

www.nrdc.org

CA

415-875-6100

Ralph Cavanagh

New Buildings Institute

www.newbuildings.org

WA

360-567-0950

Ralph DiNola

Northern Plains Resource Council

www.northernplains.org

MT

406-248-1154

Alicia Pettys

Northwest Energy Efficiency Council

www.neec.net

WA

206-292-5592

Stan Price

Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development

www.nwseed.org

WA

206-328-2441

Jennifer Grove

NW Natural

www.nwnatural.com

OR

800-422-4012

Shanna Brownstein

OneEnergy Renewables

www.oneenergyrenewables.com

WA

206-922-7072

Travis Bryan

Opower

www.opower.com

VA

703-778-4544

Matthew O'Keefe

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Washington

www.yvoic.org

WA

509-248-6751

Shawn Collins

Opportunity Council

www.oppco.org

WA

360-734-5121

Dave Finet

Oregon Environmental Council

www.oeconline.org

OR

503-222-1963

Jana Gastellum

Oregonians for Renewable Energy Progress

www.oregonrenewables.com

OR

503-648-5218

To Be Determined

Pacific Energy Innovation Association

www.peia.biz

BC

604-685-2302

Penny Cochrane

Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters

www.carpenterspnwrc.org

WA

253-945-8800

Jimmy Haun

Physicians for Social Responsibility Oregon Chapter

www.oregonpsr.org

OR

503-777-2794

Chuck Johnson

Physicians for Social Responsibility Washington Chapter

www.wpsr.org

WA

503-777-2794

Chuck Johnson

Portland General Electric

www.portlandgeneral.com

OR

503-464-7371

Brendan McCarthy

Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action

www.psara.org

WA

206-448-9646

Bobby Righi

Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union

www.psccu.org

WA

425-283-5155

Shannon Ellis-Brock

Puget Sound Energy

www.pse.com

WA

425-452-1234

Ken Johnson

Renewable Northwest

www.rnp.org

OR

206-395-4122

Kelly Hall

Save Our wild Salmon

www.wildsalmon.org

WA

206-621-0094

Joseph Bogaard

Sea Breeze Power Corp.

www.seabreezepower.com

BC

604-689-2991

Nancy Levidow

Seattle City Light

www.cityofseattle.net/light

WA

206-684-3000

Lynn Best

Seinergy, LLC

www.seinergy.org/

WA

425-202-6053

Bob Gunn

Sierra Club

www.sierraclub.org

WA

206-378-0114

Doug Howell

Sierra Club Idaho Chapter

www.idaho.sierraclub.org

ID

208-384-1023

Edwina Allen

Sierra Club Montana Chapter

www.montana.sierraclub.org

MT

406-582-8365

Jonathan Matthews

Sierra Club Washington Chapter

www.sierraclub.org/washington

WA

425-442-6726

Brian Grunkemeyer

Smart Grid Northwest

www.smartgridnw.org

OR

503.206.8448

Stephan Williams

Snake River Alliance

www.snakeriveralliance.org

ID

208-344-9161

Ken Miller

Solar Installers of Washington

www.solarinstallersofwa.org/

WA

206-669-7337

Jeremy Smithson

Solar Oregon

www.solaror.org

OR

503-231-5662

Lisa Logie

Solar Washington

www.solarwashington.org

WA

206-434-9915

Patrick Nugent

South Central Community Action Partnership

www.sccap-id.org

ID

208-733-9354

Ken Robinette

Southeast Idaho Community Action Agency

www.seicaa.org

ID

208-232-1114

Rick Burgin

Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners

www.snapwa.org

WA

509-744-3370

Chris Davis

Sustainable Connections

www.sustainableconnections.org

WA

360-647-7093

Jeff Aslan

Union of Concerned Scientists

www.ucsusa.org

CA

510-843-1872

Jeff Deyette

United Steelworkers of America, District 12

www.usw.org/districts/12

WA

253-332-3973

Jim Woodward

U.S. Green Building Council - Idaho Chapter

www.usgbcidaho.org

ID

208-871-4601

Kris Wilson

Washington Environmental Council

www.wecprotects.org

WA

206-631-2600

Sasha Pollack

Washington Local Energy Alliance

www.LocalEnergyWA.org

WA

206-567-5466

Heather Rhoads-Weaver

Washington State Department of Commerce

www.commerce.wa.gov

WA

360-725-2962

Michael Furze

Washington State University Energy Program

www.energy.wsu.edu

WA

360-956-2000

Jake Fey

YMCA Earth Service Corps

www.seattleymca.org/Locations/YESC/Pages/Home.aspx

WA

206-839-8913

Geoff Eseltine

Source: http://www.nwenergy.org/uncategorized/members/

Wilderness Society Buddies


 Pew Charitable Trusts (PCT), which granted the organization nearly $3 million between 1996 and 2005. WS is also supported by the Blue Moon Fund, the Bullitt Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Educational Foundation of America, the Energy Foundation, the Foundation for Deep Ecology, theGeraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Minneapolis Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Surdna Foundation, the Turner Foundation, the Vira I. Heinz Endowment, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Save Our Environment Action Center

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6917

Green America Anti-Coal Groups

National Groups


The Canary Coalition 

The Canary Coalition is a national grassroots clean air movement, focusing on the fight for a higher air quality in the Great Smoky Mountain and Appalachian region. Comparing themselves to the yellow canaries once used to gauge toxicity in mines; these activists are working hard to preserve their fresh mountain air from degradation due to coal-burning power plants and other polluting sources.

During their eleven-month 2006-7 Energy at the Crossroads Tour of eight southeastern states, The Canary Coalition, in collaboration with Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS) is incorporating entertainment and education to raise awareness of air pollution and nuclear issues facing the Smoky Mountain region, and promoting theEnergy Future Resolution,http://www.canarycoalition.org/Tour/Resolve.htm



Citizens Coal Council (CCC)

Citizens Coal Council is a federation of grassroots member groups in the coalfields of the United States. We are a national organization solely dedicated to building citizen power to challenge and change the environmental practices of the coal industry.  As the Citizens Coal Council’s membership has grown, so have the issues that our members work on. Members are impacted at every stage of the coal cycle -- from mining, to coal burning, coal bed methane development and disposal of toxic power plant waste. CCC now works with all these issues to improve the capacity and power of our members.

Citizens Coal Council has been involved in actions against Peabody and Massey Energy.

Clean Air Task Force 
“Clean air and healthy environment through scientific research, public education and legal advocacy.”  

Clean Air Task Force is made up of an expert group of senior scientists, lawyers, MBA’s, economists and public outreach professionals. Joining together to delve deeply into the issues of air quality on local, state and national levels, this organization believes it is important to educate citizens, industry, communities, lawmakers and the media on the “science and economics of clean air policies through fact-based and locally appropriate advocacy.”

Clean Air Task Force provides excellent tools for activists, including state and regional resources, legal and legislative advocacy, and info on diesel pollution, international air quality, power sector and state climate issues.

Clean Water Action (CWA)

With over 700,000 members working for clean, safe and affordable water, Clean Water Action is the leading organization on many fronts to prevent pollution that threatens the health of Americans, to create environmentally safe jobs and businesses, and empowerment of people to make democracy work. This national citizens’ organization unites grassroots groups to support campaigns that elect environmental candidates, in hopes of solving problems in America’s diverse communities. Some of their most recent campaigns include, reduction of Mercury, safer substitutes for toxic chemicals, threats caused buy outdated electric power-plants.



Clear the Air

An education campaign aimed at teaching Americans about the issues surrounding global warming, Clear the Air unites policy experts, national environmental groups and grassroots organizations to pressure government agencies, elected officials, media and the public to support and enforce stricter pollution controls. They connect citizens with current news briefs on issues concerning climate change, provide scientific evidence from various independent international studies and answer the questions “Why should I be concerned?” and “What can I do to be a part of the solution?”



National Environmental Trust (NET)

Informing citizens about the earth’s many environmental problems and the solutions, the National Environmental Trust reports on the most current issues in the fight to preserve and protect our planet. Climate Change is at the top of their list, investigating hurricane intensity in relation to the earth’s warming, monitoring federal legislation, following research in sensitive habitat survival, monitoring seasonal shifts, giving background for political nominees and providing tips on how you can make a difference. Their proactive national campaign is a great way to take action online, find facts and keep up with the latest research and info.


California


California Interfaith Power and Light

The mission of California Interfaith Power and Light (CIPL) is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy. This ministry intends to protect the earth's ecosystems, safeguard public health, and ensure sufficient, sustainable energy for all.



Coalition for Clean Air 
“35 Years of restoring clean, healthful air in California”

With statistics as alarming as “By the age of two months, Los Angeles-area infants have already inhaled enough toxic pollutants to reach the EPA lifetime limit for cancer risk,” one understands the urgency for Coalition for Clean Air efforts in advocating for responsible public health policy, providing expert technical and educational resources and encouraging diverse community involvement.  Directing their focus to four major areas: Transportation Program, Climate Change and Energy Program, Public Health and Air Toxics Program and Educational Program. Find out how you can join the fight for cleaner more healthful air by visiting the Coalition for Clean Air online.


East Coast


Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN)

Proudly educating individuals on the dangerous trend of global warming in order to encourage the use of energy-efficient products and renewable energy sources, CCAN hopes to lessen the region’s impact on the climate. Take action or find out the area’s most current climate issues by visiting their ultra-informative webpage. CCAN posts upcoming events, proposed legislation, news, factsheets and ways to get involved.



PennFuture: Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future

“PennFuture works to create a just future where nature, communities and the economy thrive.” The Philadelphia Inquirercalled PennFuture the state's leading environmental organization . Working hard to increase renewable power, halt damage from coal mining, reduce pollution that causes global warming, enforce environmental laws and advocatefor the transformation of public policy and public opinion are just a few of the many goals PennFuture sets its sites on.

Visit the organization'swebpage for interactive tools including the Legislative Action Center withpre-written letters to send to policy makers, publications on relevant issues and events you can support.

Midwest


Burroughs Audubon Society of Greater Kansas City (BAS)
“promotes the appreciation of birds, the enjoyment of nature, natural history education and the preservation of habitat”

Besides their passion for bird watching and general love of the outdoors this local chapter of the Audubon is standing up to Peabody Energy Company in efforts to fight the building of a new coal-fired power plant at the Prairie State Campus.

Publications Wingbeat comes out twice a year in the Spring and Fall.

Concerned Citizens of Platte County

Citizens of Platte County believe that “Building more coal plants is unacceptable and emissions from current plants must be reduced.” They areworking with Kansas City Power and Light (KCPL) and otherutilitiesto prevent the building of new coal-fired power plants in Missouri and insteadpromoting energy efficiency and renewable energy.They are also working to changethe utilities' financial incentives from increasing supplyto reducing demand.Their website is an excellent resource, tracking the latest developments, posting relevant articles, educating citizens how they can get involved and explaining better solutions to our energy needs.



Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC) 
"Indiana’s voice for clean air, safe water and wild places."

For more than 25 years, Hoosier Environmental Council has been an advocate for the protection of Indiana’s health and quality of life. Joining together with over 25,000 individuals and 61 organizations, they work to improve state policies on air and water, promoting responsible management of Indiana’s forests, parks, wildlife refuges and wetlands, and educating citizens about ways to support their natural communities. You can join their efforts by becoming a member, supporting the Environmental Legacy Trust, networking with HEC’s volunteers and activists, joining their Sustaining Heritage Club or giving a gift from HEC’s Wish List. Their “Green Agenda” includes programs concerning Mercury, reducing Power Plant Emissions, Fighting Global warming, Power Plant waste and an initiative to “Repowering” the Midwest. Don’t forget to check out the Monitor, published 3 or 4 times a year, this publication acts like an open forum for HEC’s members to discuss their concerns and opinions.



Sierra Clubs

Midwest New Energy Future Project

Always on the frontline, this regional network advocates for clean energy solutions such as renewable electricity generation and efficiency, not to mention their ongoing battle against the construction of new coal burning power plants. In 2006, the Midwest New Energy Future Project hosted a two-day Midwest training conference and actions around the Peabody Annual Shareholder Meeting with participation by four states. Check them out at the renewable energy and sustainable living fairs in the Midwest this summer or come to one of their training events. They also provide advice and information on promoting utility scale efficiency programs, promoting clean renewable energy, resources on challenging new coal burning power plants, and networking for Midwest Sierra Club activists via monthly conference calls.

Power Companies: Great Plains Energy/KCPL; Springfield MO City Utilities, Ass. Electric Co-ops, Inc., Peabody Coal, Louisville G&E, WE Power, AEP, Clifty Creek plant, and more.



Sierra Club--Ohio, Appalachian
http://ohio.sierraclub.org/index.html

Sierra Club--Illinois Chapter
http://illinois.sierraclub.org/

Sierra Club--Ozark Chapter
http://missouri.sierraclub.org/

Sierra Club--Washington, DC 
http://www.dc.sierraclub.org/

New England


Clean Air-Cool Planet (CA-CP) 
"Finding and Promoting Solutions to Global Warming”

Based in the Northeast, Clean Air-Cool Planet is a science-based nonpartisan organization, dedicated to creating partnerships among corporate and civil communities in order to find and implement solutions to climate change through policy and action. They believe in, “celebrating commitment, innovation and success in climate action.” They showcase practical solutions, such as the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions in daily activities, and demonstrate the economic benefits of early investment of climate change solutions. They work on both state and regional levels to influence policy that encourages the reduction of greenhouse gases. 


Pacific Northwest


Northwestern Energy Coalition

As an education based organization, NW Energy Coalition brings together a diverse group of more than 100 organizations, progressive utilities and businesses to promote the development of renewable energy, conservation of energy and pollution protection of fish and wildlife. NW Energy Coalition provides Factsheets, Utility Scorecards, information on State Caucuses and Tellus Reports for citizens to use as tools to fight climate change and to encourage communities to take a proactive approach to changing energy needs. 



Oregon Interfaith Global Warming Campaign 
“Joining together in protecting creation”

Part of the Interfaith Climate Change Network’s (ICCN) national effort, the Oregon Interfaith Global Warming Campaign works to fight for justice of the world’s underprivileged and protection life on Earth, through actions to stop climate change. Educating and organizing individuals in 18 states including Oregon, ICCN’s national campaigns including Climate Change, Fuel Economy and Energy Conservation.


South/Appalachia


Appalachian Voices 
“Bringing people together to protect our mountain heritage.”

Working throughout the central and southern Appalachian mountain range under the four guiding principles of Conservation, Integrity, Empowerment and Community, this non-partisan action based organization empowers a broad spectrum of individuals to become involved in the important environmental decisions facing their community.  In their own words, “Because the threats to our mountains do not respect state boundaries or political ideologies,” Appalachian Voices provides the tools and strategies to protect the region’s natural resources and cultural heritage.

Their top campaign issues include eliminating air pollution, ending mountain top removal and restoring Appalachian forests.

They work with a number of other grassroots organizations in and around the region, fighting for state and federal legislation to defend their neighbors. Publications include a bi-monthly newspaper, a landowner handbook for forest owners, and “Code Red” reporting on the five most polluted national parks in America.

Enjoy their “Front Porch” blog discussing everything from the local poetry and writing to federal regulations.

Energy companies they are currently fighting Massey Energy, Arch Coal, American Electric Power, Dominion, Duke Energy, Progress Energy, and National Coal Corporation.



Coal River Mountain Watch

Watching the mountains that surrounds their homes be obliterated by 3 million pounds of explosives during an average workday in Central Appalachia, this small grassroots organization is finally getting the big media it deserves, in spring 2006 bothNational Geographic and Vanity Fair called upon to Coal River Mountain Watch a voice for the communities and mountaintops the coal industry was destroying. Dead set on preventing the further destruction of their community and environment by mountaintop removal mining, this organization hopes to improve the quality of life in the region and promote growth of sustainable communities.



Conservation Council of North Carolina (CCNC)

This statewide lobbying organization advocates for the protection, preservation and enhancement of North Carolina's environment. They publish a Legislative “Scorecard,” holding legislators accountable for their environmental decisions, as well as “Carolina Conservationist” a quarterly newsletter that educates and motivates citizens to promote environmentally sound management.



Mountain Justice Summer

Raising awareness on issues of mountaintop removal and watershed destruction, Mountain Justice Summer calls upon the world to help the communities of the Appalachia Mountains save, “our mountains, streams and forests from greedy coal companies.” MJS invites volunteers to spend the summer in Appalachia testing water samples, organizing door-to-door, canvassing in cities, photographing or writing about the destruction, camping, scouting and listening. Food and lodging are arranged. They hope to be “the catalyst for a broad based resistance movement that will succeed in stopping Mountain Range Removal!” As alternatives to coal MJS encourages solar and wind energy, MJS hopes to “debunk” the myth of “clean coal” and “jobs versus the environment.”



Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC)

Standing toe-to-toe with America’s coal industry, OVEC unites with educators, community leaders, grassroots organizations and coalitions to send the message that mountaintop removal and coal sludge impoundments are unacceptable. Dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the environment, OVEC sends out action alerts, publishes the Winds of Change newsletter, archives photographs of mining destruction, and explains the issues using the facts. Check out their website for profound images and outrageous quotes.



Southern Energy Network 
“A coalition of students in the Southeast promoting clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency on their campuses and in their state policies.”

Reaching out to college campuses in the Southeast, Southern Energy Network is promoting clean energy initiatives in university communities as a way to model sustainable energy practices for the public and provide successful energy solutions to influence state policies and regulations. Check out their interactive webpage to find out what schools are making the difference, how you or your school can get involved and updates on victories, challenges and news.



United Mountain Defense (UMD) 
“Protecting Tennessee’s watersheds, air, mountains and people.”

United Mountain Defense is dedicated to ending mountaintop removal mining practices in Tennessee in order to preserve the region’s communities, culture and natural surroundings. Their battle is fought on three fronts: legal and policy advocacy, scientific monitoring and data collection and public education through outreach and grassroots organizing.  Use UMD website as a tool to get involved, announcements for rallies, photo evidence and factsheets, “Mountain Defender” a news quarterly and water monitoring are just some of the ways you can get in touch and get involved.



West Virginia Highlands Conservancy (WVHC)

For nearly 40 years the Conservancy has been working hard to preserve the natural beauty of the West Virginia’s “hills, hollows, streams and people from societal abuse.”  Throughout their many years of service, WVHC has been a leader in citizen campaigns to protect the state’s land and water from illegal coal mining. In 1998, they persuaded the EPA to conduct the first ever Environmental Impact Study on the effects of mountaintop removal for mining and valley fills. Vehemently opposed to these practices, the conservancy continues to fight the illegal permitting of large scale mines by the Army Crops of Engineers in southern West Virginia. WVHC has become “deeply involved” in the debate of wind energy and its effects on mountain ridge areas. Check out this debate and other relevant environmental issues in “Highlands Voice” a monthly periodical put out by the conservancy.


Southwest/Texas


Black Mesa Indigenous Support

Working hard to strike a balance between livelihood and preservation for peoples of the Hopi and Navajo nations affected by the coal-fired power plants in their region, Black Mesa Indigenous Support promotes sustainable practices that provide the economic means for oppressed communities to thrive and insure environmental security for the land, homes and culture for which they live. This organization has fought the coal industry for many years in hopes of shutting down the Black Mesa Mine in Arizona, but now that the mine is temporarily closed, the struggle for many indigenous families of Big Mountain and Black Mesa communities continues. They have been forced to become dependent on this self-destructive industry and have no other means of supporting their families. You can join in the fight to preserve this land and stop the forced relocation of the these indigenous families by visiting their website to find out “ What you can do,”  attending conferences including their Spring 2006 Resistance Caravan or giving a gift from their wish list.

 Black Mesa Trust  
“You can help stop an environmental and cultural tragedy.”

Founded in 1999 by the Hopi people to “safeguard, preserve and honor” life, land and water in the Black Mesa, this trust was formed to address Peabody Energy Company’s water withdraws from local aquifer’s. The extraction of 3.3 million gallons of water a day from these pristine sources directly effects the environment, culture and life of the Hopi and Dine (Navajo) communities living in the region.  

Peabody uses this water mixed with crushed coal, to pump “slurry” to feed the Mohave Generating station, a coal-fired power plant located 273 miles away. Black Mesa Trust is working on both local and national levels to permanently secure the Navajo Aquifer for future generations.

Sustainable Energy and Economic Development (SEED) Coalition 
“Texans supporting clean air and clean energy”

An alliance of individuals, business and organizations in Texas, who advocate for “sustainable energy strategies,” have joined together to educate citizens about the health, safety, environmental and economic benefits of renewable energy and practices in conservation. If you want to learn how to make your voice heard, visit SEED online to find out about local and statewide legislation that affects your community’s energy consumption.

Source: http://www.greenamerica.org/programs/climate/action/localcoalgroups.cfm

Presidential Climate Action Project Funders


Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Denver Foundation, the Prentice Foundation, the Aspen Community Foundation, Natural Capital Solutions.

Source: http://pcap2016.org/about/credits/

Green for All Buddies

Funders


Alliance for Climate Protection, the Environmental Defense Fund, the Ford Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the New World Foundation, George Soros’s Open Society Institute, the Rockefeller Family Fund, the SEIU, the Streisand Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the Tides Center and Foundation, the Wallace Global Fund, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7554


Church Supporters


A.T.C. World Wide Ministry

Ablaze Christian Fellowship

Advocate United Church of Christ

African Methodist Episcopal Church

Alfred Street Baptist Church

Allen Chapel AME

Allen Metropolitan CME Church

Allen Temple

AME Allen Cathedral

APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF GOD

Apostolic House of Prayer

Arnett Chapel AME Church

Ascension, Oak Park

Augustana Lutheran

Balm In Gilead

Bates Memorial Baptist Church

Bee Bee Memorial

Beth Eden Baptist Church

Bethany Baptist church

Bethel

Bethel AME

Bethel AME Church

Bethel AME Church

Bethel AME Church (Boston, MA)

Bethlehem Lutheran Church

Bodhi Spiritual Center

Boston College School of Theology

Bright Star COGIC

Broad Street Baptist Church

Brookland Baptist Church

Calvary Hill Baptist Church

Chapel of the Resurrection

Charles Street AME Church

Chicago Community Mennonite Church

CHICAGO PARTNERSHIP

Chinese Christian Union Church

Christ Cathedral Baptist Church

Christ Presbyterian Church

Christ Temple Baptist Markham,IL

Christ Universal Temple

Church in the City

Church of the Good Shepherd

Church of the Larger Fellowship (UUA)

Church Without Walls

City of Bridgeport

CN Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church

Collins Memorial African American Baptist Church

Community Baptist Church

Community Church

Concord Baptist Church of Christ

Cornerstone Baptist church

Cosmopolitan Baptist Church

Covenant United Church of Christ

COVENT UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

Critical Issues of Ecological Justice

Dr. Robert Charles Scott

Dupage AME

DUPAGE UNITARINAN CHURCH

East Bay Church of Religious Science.

Ebenezer Baptist

Edgewater Presbyterian Church

El Bethel Baptist Church

El Bethel Baptist Church

Elmhurst Presbyterian Church

Elmhurst Presbyterian Church

Espiscopal Diocese/ National Council of Churches Eco-justice programs

Euclid Ave United Methodist

Evangelical UCC

Evergreen Baptist Church

Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church

Faith in Place

First AME in New York

First AME Zion Church

First AME Zion Church

First Baptist Church Georgetown

First Baptist Church of Glenarden

First Baptist Church of University Park

First Calvary Baptist Church

First Church of Deliverance

First Corinthian Baptist Church

First Friendship Baptist

First Lutheran Church in Greensboro

First Morning Star baptist Church

First New Bethlehem Baptist Church

First Union Baptist Church

First United Church of Oak Park

First Wesley Academy UMC

Fresh Anointing Community Church

Friendship West Baptist Church

Glad Tidings, Church of God in Christ

Glide Memorial Church

Glorious Temple COGIC

Glory House of Prayer

God Can United Church Of Christ

God's Word Christian Center

Good News Community Church United Church of Christ

Good Shepherd Lutheran

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Good Success Christian Church & Ministries

Gospel Fellowship Church

Grace Baptist Church

Grace Center Ministries

Grace Center, Inc

Gravel  Hill  Baptist  Church

Greater Antioch Baptist

Greater Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church

Greater Englewood

Greater Heights of Prayer Deliverance Center

GREATER METRO MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

Greater Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church

Greater Saint John Missionary Baptist Church

Greater St. Paul Baptist Church

Green Globe Construction Company

GTC

Hamilton Memorial COGIC

High Praise Tabernacle

Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church

Hope Fellowship Church

Hope Fellowship Church

Hope Presbyterian Church, Wheaton

House of Prayer 

I keep the Shabbat

Ile Orunmila Oshun

Infinity Mennonite Church

Ingleside Presbyterian

Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA)

IUFC (Organization)

Jones Memorial UMC

Judson Memorial Church

KAM Isaiah Israel

Kingdom Living Temple

Las Vegas Family Church

Ledge Rock Missionary Baptist Church 

Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church

Little Bethany Baptist

Little Union Baptist Church

Living Water Vineyard

Macedonia Baptist Church,

Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church

Metropolitan Baptist Church

Middle Collegiate Church

Miracle Temple Apostolic Church

Mission of the Atonement

Mosby Memorial Baptist Church

Mosque

Mount Aery Baptist Church

Mount Olive AME Church

Mount Zion Baptist Church

Mountain Christian Church

Mt Moriah Baptist Church Inc

Mt. Aery Baptist Church

Mt. Cana Missionary Baptist Church

NAACP San Francisco Chapter

New Antioch Baptist Church

NEW BETHLEHEM

New Community Church

New faith

New Hope Baptist Church

New Liberation Presbyterian Church

New Life

NEW LIFE CUVINANT SOUTHEAST

New Light Missionary Baptist Church.

New miracles Temple C.O.G.I.C.

New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church

New Providence Baptist

New Psalmist Baptist Church

New Salem Baptist Church

North Richmond Baptist Church

Not a member yet, just relocated to Illinois

Oak Street AME Zion

Odyssey Networks

Oilvet Institutional Baptist Church

Old Hickory Blvd

Omega Baptist Church

Organization: Interfaith Power & Light

Organization: North Carolina Envrionmental Defense Fund

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Our Redeemer's UMC

Paradise Baptist Church

Parks Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

Pentecostal Temple COGIC

Pentecostal Temple COGIC

Peoples Baptist Church

Phillips Temple CME Church

Phillips Temple CME Church

Pilgrim Baptist Church

Plymouth Bethel AME Church

Portland  Eckankar Center

Presbytery of Chicago

Presbytery of Southeastern Illinois

Providence Baptist Church

provident

Reid Temple AME Church

Roanoke Salem Missionary Baptist Church

Rock Of Ages Baptist Church

ROHO

Salem Baptist Church of Chicago

San Fransisco Philadelphian 7th Day Adventist

Second Congregational Church

Second Presbyterian Church

Shiloh Baptist Church

Shorewood Bible Church South

Sixth Grace Presbyterian

Somers Community UCC

South Euclid United Church of Christ

Sr, Mount Joy Baptist Church,

SS Monica Luke Parish

St John De Lasalle

St Paul Community Baptist Church

St Paul Shipwreck Catholic Church

St Paul Shipwreck Catholic Church

St Paul Shipwreck Catholic Church

St Paul's ELCA, Evanston

St Thomas

St.  Stephen's Lutheran Church

St. Augustine's

St. Augustine's

St. Benedict the African East Catholic Church

St. Columbia Catholic Church

St. Columbia Catholic Church

St. Cyprian Episcopal Church

St. Cyprian Episcopal Church

St. Dorothy

St. Edmund Parish

St. Isidore Church

St. John Coltrane African Orthodox

St. John's Baptist Church

St. John's Church (The Beloved Community)

St. Johns Missionary Baptist Church

St. Johns Missionary Baptist Church

St. Luke's Lutheran Church of Logan Square

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

St. Paul CME Church

St. Paul's Baptist Church/Plymouth Congregational UCC

St. Paul's Chapel Baptist Church

St. Pauls UCC

St. Sabina / Trinity United Church of Christ

St. Stephens Lutheran Church

St. Thomas AME

St. Thomas the Apostle

Stonewall Baptist Church

Sugar Land Church of Christ    

Tabernacle Community Baptist Church

Tabernacle of Faith Missionary Baptist  in San Francisco.

Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church

Texas Christian University

The Branch Community Church

The Church by the side of the Road

The Church of SF Were Jesus is Lord

The Diocese of California

THE EMMASUUS COMMUNITY

The Gathering

The Moody Church

The Place of the Outpouring at Olivet Fellowship

Third Baptist Church

TN Valley Unitarian Univeralist Church

Trinity Baptist Church

Trinity Church of Christ

True Faith Baptist Church

True Hope COGIC

True Light Baptist Church

tuccmary

United Church of Christ

Unity Baptist Church

Unity School of Christianity

Unity Temple A.M.E. Church

Universal Life Church

USGBC Vice President, Sustainability, Interface, Inc.

Vernon Park Church of God

Victory Baptist Church

Vpcog

Wesley Methodist Church

Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church

White Oak Missionary Baptist Church/ Roanoke Electric Cooperative

Williams Chapel Baptist Church

Word Assembly

Wright Chapel AME

Source: http://www.greenforall.org/member_churches

Energy Action Coalition Buddies


  • Chesapeake Climate Action Network

  • Generation Progress

  • California Student Sustainability Coalition

  • Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

  • Energy Justice Network

  • Grand Aspirations

  • Green For All

  • Greenpeace

  • Groundswell

  • Indigenous Environmental Network

  • National Wildlife Federation

  • REDOIL (Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands)

  • Responsible Endowments Coalition

  • Sierra Student Coalition

  • Southwest Workers Union

  • Student Environmental Action Coalition

  • SustainUS

  • Young People For (YP4)

Source: http://www.energyactioncoalition.org/partners

350.org Buddies


Better Future Project

World Council of Churches

Sierra Club

Rainforest Action Network

Oil Change International

NRDC


MoveOn.org

Interfaith Power & Light

Greenpeace

Friends of the Earth

Energy Action Coaliton

CREDO


The Climate Reality Project

Citizens Climate Lobby

Chesepeake Climate Action Network

AVAAZ.org



Source: http://350.org/about/allies/

North America Partners


  • 1000 Faces Coffee

  • 3C Climate Change Coalition

  • 77Zero

  • A Rocha

  • A Well Fed World

  • AASHE

  • Act OtherWISE

  • Action Aid

  • Adirondacks

  • Agham Youth

  • Alaska Wildlife League

  • Alliance for Climate Education

  • Alliance for Climate Protection

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority—National

  • Americans for Energy Leadership

  • Americans for Informed Democracy

  • Americorps Service Week

  • Appalachian Staple Foods Collaborative

  • Appalachian Sustainable Development

  • Arborists

  • ARC sustainability

  • Architecture 2030

  • Architecture for Humanity

  • Artist as Citizen

  • Association of Science-Tech Centers

  • As You Sow

  • Augsburg College

  • Backyard Gardens Community

  • Bard College Center for Environmental Policy

  • Bates College

  • BC Sustainable Energy Association

  • Better Future Project

  • Beyond Talk

  • Bianca Jagger

  • Big Sunday

  • Bioneers

  • Blissmo

  • Bloomfield College

  • Blue Water Wind

  • Boston Latin High School

  • Boys and Girls Clubs

  • Breakthrough Institute

  • Brighter Planet

  • British Council

  • Brolly Arts

  • build ON

  • CA Green Business Report

  • CA League of Conservation Voters

  • CA—no on 23

  • California Center for Sustainable Energy

  • California Student Sustainability Coaltion

  • Campus Progress

  • CAN–Canada

  • Canadian Youth Climate Coalition

  • Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

  • Canadian Youth Delegation

  • Carbon Coach

  • Carbon Nation

  • Carbonfund.org

  • Carbonrally.com

  • CARE US—San Francisco

  • Catagori

  • Center for Biological Diversity

  • Center for Health and the Global Environment

  • Center for Resource Solutions

  • Chabot Science Center

  • Changents

  • Chewonki Foundation

  • Citizen Engagement Lab

  • Citizens Climate Lobby

  • Clean Economy Development Network

  • Clean Energy Works

  • Clean Water Action

  • Clean Wisconsin

  • Clemson University Students for Environmental Action

  • Clif Bar

  • Climate Ark

  • Climate Counts

  • Climate Day

  • Climate Group

  • Climate Ride

  • Climate Solutions

  • Climbing for Water

  • Clinton Global Initiative

  • coalSwarm

  • Cohos-Evamy

  • College Democrats of America

  • Columbia University Earth Institute

  • Commonwealth challenge

  • Community Environmental Council

  • Council of Canadians

  • Cousteau

  • Cowichan Action on Climate Change

  • CREDO

  • David Suzuki Foundation

  • Democracia USA

  • Do Something.org

  • Dutch Policy Maker

  • Earth Action

  • Earth Day Network

  • Earth Hour

  • Earth Rangers

  • Earth Summit Canada

  • EarthTeam

  • Earthwatch

  • Eco Equity

  • End of Oil

  • Energy Action Coalition

  • Engineers for a Sustainable World

  • Environment America

  • Enviro Change Makers

  • Environmental Defense Fund

  • Environmental Expert

  • Environmental Law and Policy Center

  • Episcopal Church Environmental and Economic Affairs

  • Faith in Action

  • Focus the Nation

  • Food Democracy Now

  • Michael Pollan — Food writer/350 Messenger

  • Friends of the Earth USA

  • FUSE (Faiths United for Sustainable Energy)

  • Garden Clubs of America

  • German Marshall Fund

  • Global Agents for Change

  • Global Animal Partnership

  • Global Recycling Network

  • Global Warming Action Coalition

  • Global Warming Education Network

  • Go Green (book)

  • Go Green Foundation

  • GoLoco

  • Good Magazine

  • Goshen College

  • Grand Aspirations

  • Great Old Broads for Wilderness

  • Green America

  • Green Corps

  • Green Empowerment

  • Green for All

  • Green Groove

  • Green Jobs Now

  • Green Laces

  • Green my Parents

  • Green Streets Initiative

  • Green Towns

  • Greening Forward

  • Greenpeace Frontline

  • Greenpeace USA

  • Grist

  • Gulf Restoration Network

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Harvard Museum of Natural History

  • Hawai’i Interfaith Power and Light

  • Healthbridge Canada

  • High Road for Human Rights

  • Hip Hop Caucus

  • Humane Society International

  • IDEAS

  • Indigenous Environmental Network

  • Inland Sea Society

  • Interfaith Moral Action on Climate

  • Inst. for Respon. Technology (GMOs)

  • Institute for Policy Studies

  • Institute for Sustainability Education & Action

  • Interfaith Declaration on Climate Change

  • Interfaith Power and Light

  • International Forum on Globalization

  • International Rivers

  • Islamic Society of North America

  • Islands First

  • It’s One Humanity

  • Just Food

  • KAHEA

  • Kids Love Mother Earth

  • Kids vs. Global Warming

  • Labor Network For Sustainablity

  • Lead Now

  • http://leadnow.ca/en/index

  • LinkTV

  • Live Earth

  • Local Harvest

  • Maine Audobon Society

  • Makani Power

  • Many Strong Voices

  • Marion Institute

  • Mass Powershift

  • Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ

  • Michigan Land Use Institute

  • Middlebury College

  • Millennium Art

  • Mobilization for Climate Justice

  • Moms Rising

  • Monroe Community College

  • Mountain Studies Institute

  • MoveOn

  • Muslim Green Team

  • National Public Lands Day

  • National Teach-In

  • National Wildlife Federation NWF

  • Nebraska LCV

  • Neighborhood Natural Energy (N2E)

  • Network of Spiritual Progressives

  • New Global CItizens

  • New Progressive Alliance

  • New View Cohousing

  • NewSeed advisors

  • No Impact Project

  • North Eastern Environment Youth Movement

  • North Pole ’09

  • Northland College, Wisconsin

  • NRDC

  • NY Interfaith power and light

  • Ocean River Institute

  • Oceana

  • Orange County Interfaith Council for the Environment

  • Otesha Project

  • Oxfam Action Corps, San Francisco

  • Oxfam America

  • Paddle for the Planet, Minnesota

  • Parent earth

  • Partners for Livable Communities

  • Pax Christi USA

  • Peaceful Uprising

  • PeaceJam

  • People for Bikes

  • Peoples Grocery

  • Physicians for Social Responsibility PSR

  • Physicians for Social Responsibility–Bay Area Chapter

  • Planet Explore

  • Planet Magazine

  • Portfolio 21

  • Portland Institute of Art

  • Post Carbon Institute

  • PowerUP Canada

  • Presbyterian Church in SoCal

  • Progressive Forum-Houston

  • Project Possible

  • Prospect Sierra School

  • Public Citizen

  • Rainforest Action Network

  • Real Green Goods

  • Religious Witness for the Earth

  • Responsible Endowments Coalition

  • Restoring Eden

  • Ride for Renewables: 100% by 2020

  • RideBuzz

  • Rising Tide North America

  • Route 2010: A Bike Odyssey

  • San Jacinto College

  • Secure Green Future

  • SF Department of Environment

  • Sierra Club

  • Sierra Student Coalition

  • Sierra Youth Coalition

  • Sisters of Saint Joseph

  • Slow Food

  • Solar Day

  • Solutions Journal

  • South East Forest Rescue

  • Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance

  • Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

  • Story of Stuff

  • Student Conservation Association SCA

  • Stuyvesant High School

  • SuAsCo Watershed Community Council

  • Sukyo Mahikari

  • Surfrider SF

  • Sustainable Jacksonville

  • Sustainable Living Roadshow

  • Sustainable Western North Carolina

  • SustainUS

  • Susty

  • SWBR Architects

  • Take Back your Time Day

  • Taking Root Productions

  • Texas Climate Emergency Campaign

  • The Age of Stupid

  • The Alliance for Biking and Walking

  • The Alliance For Climate Education

  • The Center for a New American Dream

  • The Conference Board

  • The League of American Bicyclists

  • The Regeneration Project

  • The Street Plans Collaborative

  • The Urgency of Now

  • The WILD Foundation

  • Transfair

  • Transition US

  • True Majority

  • U Penn

  • UC Berkeley Renewable Energy

  • UN Association

  • Union of Concerned Citizens

  • Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

  • Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

  • Univ of South Florida

  • University of Colorado–Boulder

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa

  • University of Minnesota

  • University of Oregon

  • University of Wisconsin

  • Urban Coast Institute

  • US Climate Action Network

  • US Green Building Council

  • UUA Green Sanctuary

  • Vegetarians of Alberta

  • Virginia Cool Cites

  • Waterkeeper

  • We Comply

  • WEDO–US branch

  • WEND Magazine

  • West Coast Climate Equity

  • What’s My CO2 Widget

  • Wheaton College

  • Wilderness Classroom

  • Will Steger Foundation

  • World Team Now

  • World View of Global Warming

  • World Vision

  • WV Environmental Council

  • WWF-US

  • Yes Men/Beyond Talk

  • Yes! Magazine

Source: http://350.org/about/allies/

More companies have been found backing the Enviro-statist agenda (in this case, EPA carbon regulations) (Note: There are likely to be repeats from above)


(a * indicates a BICEP member)

The adidas Group Portland, OR


Adventure Safety International Sandy, UT
Akamai Technologies Cambridge, MA
Amicus Green Building Center, LLC Kensington, MD
Annie’s, Inc.* Berkeley, CA
Asean Corporation Portland, OR
Aspen Skiing Company* Aspen, CO
Auralites, Inc. Fletcher, NC
Aveda* Blaine, MN
Bates Apartments Morrisonville, NY
Ben & Jerry’s* South Burlington, VT
Big Green Island Transportation Vancouver, BC
Biosynthetic Technologies Irvine, CA
Blessed Coffee Takoma Park, MD
BlueGreen Consulting Group Inc. Toronto, ON
Blue Moon Massage Lubbock, TX
Boston Building Resources Boston, MA
Broadside Bookshop, Inc. Northampton, MA
Burton Snowboards* Burlington, VT
Camelback Mountain Resort Tannersville, PA
CDI Meters, Inc. Woburn, MA
CEM Design Rockville, MD
ChangeWorks of the Heartland Columbus, OH
Chrysalis Farm Viroqua, WI
Classic Communications Foxboro, MA
Clean Agency Los Angeles, CA
Clean Power Finance San Francisco, CA
Clean Technology Partners Bellevue, WA
ClearSky Reporting Boulder, CO
Clif Bar & Company* Emeryville, CA
Contempl8 T-Shirts Minneapolis, MN
Continuum Industries San Francisco, CA
Convergence Energy LLC Lake Geneva, WI
Crystal Mountain Thompsonville, MI
Deer Valley Resort Park City, UT
Detour Destinations Bozeman, MT
Dignity Health San Francisco, CA
Distance Learning Consulting Lafayette, CA
Ecco Bella West Orange, NJ
Ecologic Brands Oakland, CA
Eco-Products Boulder, CO
Eileen Fisher* Irvington, NY
EMC Corporation Hopkinton, MA
Ethical Electric Silver Spring, MD
Ethical Markets Media St. Augustine, FL
Exact Solar Yardley, PA
Fort Production Management, Inc. Chicago, IL
Four Twenty Seven LLC Berkeley, CA
Gaia’s Basket Auburn, CA
General Biomass Company Evanston, IL
Global Perception Inc. Columbia Heights, MN
GoLite Boulder, CO
Great Face & Body Albuquerque, NM
Great Green Editing Lutz, FL
Green Alliance Portsmouth, NH
Gypsy Divers, Inc. Raleigh, NC
Hayes Law, PL Orlando, FL
HOTLIPS Pizza Portland, OR
Impact Infrastructure, LLC New York, NY
Interdependent Web Emporia, KS
JLL* Chicago, IL
Jumpin Jay’s Fish Cafe Portsmouth, NH
K2 Sports Seattle, WA
KB Home* Los Angeles, CA
Klean Kanteen Chico, CA
Kollar Design | EcoCreative San Francisco, CA
Lake Climate Group LLC Minneapolis, MN
Levi Strauss & Co.
* San Francisco, CA
LightWave Solar Nashville, TN
The Lion Company Lexington, MA
Mal Warwick | Donordigital Berkeley, CA
Mars, Incorporated
* McLean, VA
Martha’s Antiques and Collectibles Cambridge, MA
Method San Francisco, CA
Mightybytes Chicago, IL
Mindease Billing Portland, OR
Mirador Community Store Portland, OR
MOM’s Organic Market Rockville, MD
Mountain Rider’s Alliance Hope, AK
National Foundry Products, Inc. Philadelphia. PA
New Belgium Brewing
* Fort Collins, CO
Nike
* Beaverton, OR
The North Face
* San Leandro, CA
Novelis Inc. Atlanta, GA
Oaktree/Greenline
Cambridge, MA
Oasis Montana Inc. Stevensville, MT
OmniStudio Washington, DC
Outdoor Industry Association* Boulder, CO
Parallax Branding Encinitas, CA
Patagonia, Inc
* Ventura, CA
Powdr Corp Park City, UT
Powell Energy and Solar Moorestown, NJ
Practical Energy Solutions West Chester, PA
PRé North America Washington, DC
Prologic Technology Group Tucson, AZ
Rainbow Solutions, Inc. Medford, MA
The Refill Shoppe Ventura, CA
ReSourcing Natural Solutions Durham, NC
Reusable Solutions Group Santa Cruz, CA
ROSH Energy LLC Houston, TX
Resonate LLC Berwyn, PA
Rune’s Furniture Worthington, MN
San Juan Coffee Company Durango, CO
Saunders Hotel Group Boston, MA
Seventh Generation Inc.
* Burlington, VT
Singlebrook Technology Ithaca, NY
SolarCity San Mateo, CA
SolarEnergyWorld Elkridge, MD
The Spotted Door Salt Lake City, UT
Squaw Valley Squaw Valley, CA
Starbucks* Seattle, WA
Steve Kay Photo Placentia, CA
Stonyfield Farm
* Londonderry, NH
StraightUp Solar St. Louis, MO
Strategic Imperatives Inc. Atlanta, GA
StreetLife, LLC Tulsa, OK
Sugarbush Resort Warren, VT
Sungevity Oakland, CA
SunPower San Jose, CA
Sunsense Solar Carbondale, CO
Sustainable Concepts Studio El Cerrito, CA
Sustainable Enterprise Conference Forestville, CA
Swan Creek Energy LLC Trenton, NJ
Symantec Corporation
* Mountain View, CA
Tel-Affinity Corporation Needham, MA
The Added Edge Glen Ellen, CA
Thule Inc. Seymour, CT
TwentyTwo Designs Driggs, ID
Underground San Francisco, CA
Unilever Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Venner Consulting Lakewood, CO
Village Bakery and Café Athens, OH
The Village at Central Park, LLC Tulsa, OK
The Village Builders, LLC Tulsa, OK
VF Corporation* Greensboro, NC
WeNeedaVacation.com Wellesley, MA
Worthen Industries Nashua, NH
WR Consulting, Inc. Seattle, WA
Zaurie Zimmerman Associates, Inc. Lexington, MA

The following companies have signed on to the “American Business Act on Climate Pledge:”
 
ABENGOA BIOENERGY US
AEMETIS
ALCOA
AMERICAN EXPRESS
APPLE
AT&T
AUTODESK
BANK OF AMERICA
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY ENERGY
BEST BUY
BIOGEN
BLOOMBERG
CARGILL
CA TECHNOLOGIES
CALPINE
CAMPOS BROTHERS FARMS
COCA-COLA
COX ENTERPRISES
DELL
DSM NORTH AMERICA
EMC
ENERGY OPTIMIZERS
ENER-G RUDOX
FACEBOOK
FULCRUM BIOENERGY
GE
GENERAL MILLS
GENERAL MOTORS
GOLDMAN SACHS
GOOGLE
HERSHEY’S
HEWLETT PACKARD (HP)
IBERDROLA USA
IBM
IKEA USA
INGERSOLL RAND
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
INTEL
INTEX SOLUTIONS, INC.
INVENERGY
JOHNSON AND JOHNSON
JOHNSON CONTROLS
KELLOGG’S
KINGSPAN INSULATED PANELS, INC.
LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS
LAM RESEARCH
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
L’OREAL USA
MARS
McDONALD’S CORPORATION
MICROSOFT
MONSANTO
NIKE
NESTLE
NOVOZYMES
ONE3LED
PACIFIC ETHANOL
PEPSI-CO
PG&E
POET
PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC
PwC US
PROCTER & GAMBLE
QUALCOMM
RICOH USA
SALESFORCE.COM
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
SIEMENS CORPORATION
SONY CORPORATION OF AMERICA
STARBUCKS
SYNGENTA/QCCP
TARGET
TRI-GLOBAL ENERGY
UNILEVER
UPS
WALMART
THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY
XEROX CORPORATION


(Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/81_new_corporations_sign_on_to_liberal_environmental_pledge )

Earthjustice Buddies


American Friends Service CommitteeDefenders of Wildlife;Earth Island InstituteEnvironmental Defense FundFriends of the EarthGreenpeace; theNational Wildlife Federation; the Natural Resources Defense CouncilPublic Citizen; the Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists; the U.S. Public Interest Research Group;Waterkeeper Alliance; and the Wilderness Society

Pew Charitable Trusts

Beldon Fund; the Bullitt Foundation; the Columbia Foundation; the Compton Foundation; theDavid and Lucile Packard Foundation; the Educational Foundation of America; the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the Nathan Cummings Foundation; the Scherman Foundation; and the Turner Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6970


Ceres Allies

Ceres 2015 Conference Funders


Convening Sponsor Bank of America is joined by Prudential, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan & Chase, Citigroup, MorganStanley, and others from the financial sector. Retailers and manufacturers like General Motors, Ford, Levi Strauss, General Mills, Pepsi, Gap Inc. Also Disney and Intel.

(Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/follow_the_money_ceres_conference_2015 )

Ceres Corporate Allies


Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

Allstate


Apple

Arizona Public Service

Aspen Skiing Company

Aveda


Bank of America

Baxter International

Ben & Jerry's

Best Buy Co. Inc.

Bloomberg

Brown Forman Corporation

CA Technologies

Citi


Clif Bar & Grill

Coca-Cola

Consolidated Edison

CR360


CVS Health

Deckers Outdoor

Dell Inc.

Dignity Health

Dunkin' Brands

EarthColor

Ebay Inc.

Eileen Fisher

EMC Corporation

Energy Management, Inc.

Eversource Energy

Exelon Corporation

Ford Motor Co.

Gap, Inc.

General Mills, Inc.

General Motors Company

Green Mountain Energy Company

Haley & Aldrich

Intuit Inc.

JLL


JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Legg Mason Inc.

Levi Strauss & Co.

Morgan Stanley

National Grid plc

Nike Inc.

PepsiCo, Inc.

PG&E Corporation

Prudential Financial, Inc.

Recycled Paper Printing

Saunders Hotel Group

Seventh Generation

Sprint Nextel Corp.

State Street Corporation

Suncor Energy

The Co-operators Group

The North Face

Timberland

Time Warner Inc.

Vancity Savings Credit Union

Virgin America

Walt Disney Co.

Wells Fargo

William McDonough + Partners

Xylem

Source: http://www.ceres.org/company-network/company-directory



Center For Biological Diversity Backers: (See page 12 and on: http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/publications/reports/AnnualRpt_2013.pdf )

Here are Enviro-Statist Backers for a Group Called ecoAmerica


http://ecoamerica.org/partner/

Sierra Club Donors and Buddies


Applied Energy Services

SolarCity

Sun Run

the Solaria Corporation

Barclays

Walden Capital

Boston Common Asset Management

Source: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/opinion/commentary/sfl-the-sierra-club-has-become-a-front-group-for-its-donors-financial-interests-20150727-story.html

Golden West Financial & World Savings Bank

Source: http://left.wikia.com/wiki/Sierra_Club_Foundation/Major_Donors

Salesforce.com Source: http://www.salesforce.org/stories/sierra-club/

Here are the Board Members of the NRDC


http://www.nrdc.org/about/board.asp

NRDC Buddies


Columbia Foundation, the Compton Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Educational Foundation of America, the Energy Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Heinz Family Foundation, theJ.M. Kaplan Fund, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, the New York Times Company Foundation,George Soros’s Open Society InstitutePew Charitable Trusts, the Prospect Hill Foundation, the Public Welfare Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Scherman Foundation, theSurdna Foundation, the Tides Foundation, the Turner Foundation, the Vira I. Heinz Endowment, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6898


Green Chamber of Commerce Members and Buddies


Toyota, Kimpton Hotels, Northwestern Mutual, Union Bank

Smarter Light

Source: http://www.fastcompany.com/1729266/us-green-chamber-commerce-wants-be-networking-platform-sustainable-businesses

The American Sustainable Business Council,

California Business Alliance for a Green Economy

B-Corp

Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP, Green Dentistry, and Dharma Merchant Services

Source: http://greenchamberofcommerce.net/2010/08/23/the-green-chamber-of-commerce-begins-national-expansion/

Kahl Consultants Source: http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/kahl-consultants-san-rafael?select=fPhuU8MrsJrYoHHLKwd8wg

National Wildlife Federation Partners



American Beauties Native Plants


Animal Planet

Aveda

The Coleman Company

Bank of America

Disney


REI

Seaworld Parks & Entertainment

Terracycle

Ubooly


Source: https://www.nwf.org/Who-We-Are/Corporate-Relationships/Current-Partners.aspx

BICEP Corporate Partners


Annie’s Inc.

Aspen Skiing Company

Aveda

Avon Products Inc.



Ben & Jerry’s

Burton Snowboards

CA Technologies

Clif Bar & Company

Dignity Health

eBay Inc.

Eileen Fisher

Gap Inc.


General Mills, Inc.

IKEA USA


Jones Lang LaSalle

KB Home


Kellogg’s Company

L’Oreal


Levi Strauss & Co.

Mars Incorporated

Nestle

New Belgium Brewing



Nike Inc.

Outdoor Industry Association

Owens Corning

Patagonia Inc.

Portland Trail Blazers

Seventh Generation

Starbucks Corporation

Stonyfield Farm

Symantec Corporation

The North Face

Timeberland

Unilever


VF Corporation

Vulcan Inc.

Source: http://www.ceres.org/bicep/about/member-directory

Companies Getting Funded by the Government Energy Subsidies that Didn’t Do So Hot


So far, 36 companies that were offered federal support from taxpayers are faltering — either having gone bankrupt or laying off workers or heading for bankruptcy. This list includes only those companies that received federal money from the Obama Administration’s Department of Energy and other agencies. The amount of money indicated does not reflect how much was actually received or spent but how much was offered. The amount also does not include other state, local, and federal tax credits and subsidies, which push the amount of money these companies have received from taxpayers even higher.

The complete list of faltering or bankrupt green-energy companies:

Evergreen Solar ($25 million)*
SpectraWatt ($500,000)*
Solyndra ($535 million)*
Beacon Power ($43 million)*
Nevada Geothermal ($98.5 million)
SunPower ($1.2 billion)
First Solar ($1.46 billion)
Babcock and Brown ($178 million)
EnerDel’s subsidiary Ener1 ($118.5 million)*
Amonix ($5.9 million)
Fisker Automotive ($529 million)
Abound Solar ($400 million)*
A123 Systems ($279 million)*
Willard and Kelsey Solar Group ($700,981)*
Johnson Controls ($299 million)
Schneider Electric ($86 million)
Brightsource ($1.6 billion)
ECOtality ($126.2 million)
Raser Technologies ($33 million)*
Energy Conversion Devices ($13.3 million)*
Mountain Plaza, Inc. ($2 million)*
Olsen’s Crop Service and Olsen’s Mills Acquisition Company ($10 million)*
Range Fuels ($80 million)*
Thompson River Power ($6.5 million)*
Stirling Energy Systems ($7 million)*
Azure Dynamics ($5.4 million)*
GreenVolts ($500,000)
Vestas ($50 million)
LG Chem’s subsidiary Compact Power ($151 million)
Nordic Windpower ($16 million)*
Navistar ($39 million)
Satcon ($3 million)*

Konarka Technologies Inc. ($20 million)*


Mascoma Corp. ($100 million)

Source: A comment on an unrelated story. Cannot prove authenticity of this claim, but it’s worth looking into.



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Companies for Expanding the OPT Program (AKA More Foreign Visas)


Disney, Toys R Us, SunTrust Bank, QUALCOMM and Microsoft Source: NumbersUSA email I got

Center for American Progress

2013 Corporate Donors


Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The Albright Stonebridge Group
American Beverage Association
American Iron and Steel Institute
America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)
Apple Inc.
AT&T
Bank of America
Blackstone
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Blue Engine Message & Media
Blue Shield of California
BMW of North America
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Citigroup
The Coca-Cola Company
Comcast NBCUniversal
Covanta Energy
CVS Caremark Inc.
Daimler
Monitor Deloitte
DeVry Education Group
Dewey Square Group
Discovery
DISH Network
Downey, McGrath Group, Inc.
DRS Technologies
Eli Lilly and Company
Facebook
Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas
GE
Genworth Financial
The Glover Park Group LLC
Goldman Sachs
Google
Health Care Service Corporation
The Ickes and Enright Group
Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Livingston Group
McLarty Associates
Microsoft Corporation
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
MyWireless.org
Northrop Grumman
Pearson 
PepsiCo
PG&E Corporation
Quest Diagnostics 
Samsung
Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO)
Tata Sons Limited
Time Warner Inc.
T-Mobile
Toyota Motor North America
Visa Inc.
Walmart
Wells Fargo

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/13/cap-corporate-donors_n_4440134.html

2014 Corporate Donors

$1,000,000 or more


Anonymous (3)
Ford Foundation
The Hutchins Family Foundation
Sandler Foundation
TomKat Charitable Trust

$500,000 to $999,999


Anonymous (2)
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Joyce Foundation
Not On Our Watch
Schwab Charitable Fund and Open Square Charitable Fund
Embassy of United Arab Emirates
Walton Family Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

$100,000 to $499,999


Anonymous (10)
A.L. Mailman Family Foundation
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME
American Iron and Steel Institute
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Apple Inc.
The Arcus Foundation
Avatar Alliance Foundation
The Barkley Fund
Blackstone
Blue Moon Fund
Citigroup
The Crimson Lion Lavine Family Foundation
Quinn Delaney and Wayne Jordan
Deloitte Consulting
David desJardins
Blair Effron
Joanne and Paul Egerman
Embrey Family Foundation
Gill Foundation
Google
The Henry Luce Foundation
Irving Harris Foundation
Joan and Irwin Jacobs
Tony James
Embassy of Japan
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The Kresge Foundation
Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Linden Trust for Conservation
Mars Incorporated
Microsoft Corporation
Constance J. Milstein
The Murphy Family Foundation
National Education Association, or NEA
New Venture Fund
New York Community Trust—BDEK Fund
The Nick and Leslie Hanauer Foundation
Open Society Foundations
Peter G. Peterson Foundation
Robert W. Roche
The Rockefeller Foundation
Sixteen Thirty Fund
Steve Silberstein
Jay T. Snyder
Stoneman Family Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Walmart

$50,000 to $99,999


Anonymous (3)
Altman Kazickas Foundation
American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO
Fomento Social Banamex
Bank of America
Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Covanta Energy
Daimler
Mark Gallogly
Goldman Sachs
Sanjay Govil
Agnes Gund
Hagedorn Foundation
Hunt Alternatives
Israel Institute
Johnson Family Foundation
Fred Khosravi
Orin S. Kramer
LaSalle Adams Fund
McGraw Hill Financial
Rebecca and Nathan Milikowsky
National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation
National Collegiate Athletic Association
Nordic Council of Ministers
Palantir
PepsiCo
Kirk Radke
Steven Rattner and Maureen White
Rockefeller Family Fund
Robert E. Rubin
Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States, or TECRO
Time Warner Inc.
Henry van Ameringen
Visa Inc.
Waitt Foundation
WhyNot Initiative

$5,000 to $49,999


Anonymous (10)
Robert Abernethy
Wendy and Jim Abrams
ADARA Charitable Trust
Madeleine K. Albright
The Albright Stonebridge Group
American Beverage Association
The American Express Company
American Women
Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation
Mark Aronchick
Greg and Anne Avis
Donald A. Baer
Elizabeth Bagley
Nina Beattie
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Blue Engine Message and Media
Bright Horizons Family Solutions
Carol Browner
BTIG LLC
The California Endowment
The Calihan Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation
Dana Chasin
Arthur Chu
City of London Corporation
Climateworks Foundation
The Coca-Cola Company
Comcast NBCUniversal
CVS Caremark
DaVita Healthcare Partners
Democratic Governors Association
Paul DeNoon
DeVry Education Group
Dewey Square Group
Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel
Discovery Communications
Downey McGrath Group Inc.
DRS Technologies
Laura B. Edwards
Ernst & Young
Facebook
Feldman Family Foundation
Jose W. Fernandez
Friends of Cancer Research
Genworth Financial
George Kaiser Family Foundation
Gerson Lehrman Group, or GLG
David Goodfriend
Michael D. Granoff
Garrett Gruener
Esmond Harmsworth
Health Care Service Corporation
Heather Podesta + Partners
Herbalife Nutrition
HisVision Inc.
Fred P. Hochberg and Thomas P. Healy
James Hormel
The Ickes and Enright Group
I Could Do Great Things Foundation
Instos Inc.
Issue One
Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Jay W. Eisenhofer Family Foundation
Deepak Kamra
Kanter Family Foundation
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
John Koza
Laura and Gary Lauder
Lebowitz-Aberly Family Foundation
Tamera Luzzatto
David Marin and Amanda Halpin
McLarty Associates
Ken Miller and Lybess Sweezy
Eric Mindich
Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)
Morgan Stanley
Moriah Fund
Mario Morino
Kristin Mugford
Shekar Narasimhan
The Nathan Cummings Foundation and Jane M. Saks
New Israel Fund
Nielsen
Nordic Council of Ministers
NVG LLC
Oceans 5
Jack Oliver
Arun Patel
Pearson
Anne Peretz
PG&E Corporation
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
Andrew Pincus
Tony Podesta
Lea and Barry Porter
John Prendergast
Price Philanthropies Foundation
Quest Diagnostics
Francene and Charles Rodgers
Roel and Minerva Campos Foundation
Hilary Rosen
Greg Rosenbaum
Samsung
Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Albert Schneider and Catherine Heron
Elaine Schuster
Service Employees International Union
The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation
Sudhakar Shenoy
Singular Inc.
Murali Sivarajan
SKDKnickerbocker
Starbucks Coffee Company
Joshua Steiner
Stonecrest Financial
The Summers/New Family
The Surdna Foundation
Tata Group of Companies
John F. Thrash
Tides Foundation and Weston Milliken
Amy Tiemann
Lillian and Sidney Topol
Trehan Foundation
Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists, or TUSKON
United Minds for Progress
United Steelworkers of America, or USWA
Philippe and Katherine Villers
Wells Fargo

Source: https://www.americanprogress.org/about/c3-our-supporters/

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America Votes Buddies


AAPI Victory Fund

AFL-CIO

AFSCME

American Federation of Teachers

Americans for Responsible Solutions

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Center for Community Change Action

Center for Popular Democracy Action

Clean Water Action

Emerge America

Emily’s List

Environment America

Environmental Defense Action Fund

Every Voice

Everytown for Gun Safety

Fair Share

House Majority PAC

Human Rights Campaign

International Association of Fire Fighters

International Brotherhood of Teamsters

International Union of Operating Engineers

Latino Victory Project

League of Conservation Voters

Make It Work Campaign

Mi Familia Vota

NARAL Pro-Choice America

National Council of La Raza Action Fund

National Education Association

NextGen Climate

People for the American Way

Planned Parenthood Action Fund

Rock the Vote

SEIU

Senate Majority PAC

Sierra Club

State Innovation Exchange (SiX)

UFCW

USAction

Voter Participation Center

Working America

Source: http://americavotes.org/our-partners/


National Urban League Buddies


Nationwide Insurance Source: (It is on the header of their page under “Nationwide is on your side”)

2013 National Conference Buddies


Comcast/NBC Universal

Aramark


AmeriHealth Caritas

PepsiCo


Amgen

Volkswagen

Centene Corporation

Lilly


Walgreens

Toyota


CVS Caremark

Target


Wells Fargo

Anheuser-Busche

Chevron

Chase


MillerCoors

Sprint


Amtrak

Shell


Altria

State Farm

Coca-Cola

Bank of America

UPS

BP

Cigna



Walmart

American Airlines

Nationwide Insurance

General Mills

Fedex

Hyundai


Soxedo

AT&T


Geico

Hilton Worldwide

McDonald’s

PNC


Source: http://nul.iamempowered.com/sites/nul.iamempowered.com/files/attachments/2014_CONFERENCE_Webinar_11.01.13.pdf

Anti-Israel Groups


United Electrical Workers Unions (Source: http://observer.com/2015/09/shocker-united-electrical-workers-union-embraces-anti-israel-bds/)

KIND (Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/snack_company_still_not_kind )

The BDS Movement: (Source: http://www.bdsmovement.net/activecamps/consumer-boycott )

Jewish Voice for Peace

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Companies Offshoring Customer Service


Capital One

JPMorgan Chase

Wells Fargo

Bank of America

Citigroup

Hewlett Packard

Sykes Enterprises

Convergys

T-Mobile

Prudential Financial

Source: http://po.st/Wij9Bl

Companies Paying Americans the Least


1.) Walmart

2.) McDonald’s

3.) Target

4.) Kroger

5.) Yum! Brands

6.) Sears Holdings

7.) Darden Restaurants

8.) Macy’s

9.) TJX Companies

10.) Starbucks

Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ten-companies-paying-americans-least-112523979.html

Who Owns The Federal Reserve


(Source, published in 1976: http://www.save-a-patriot.org/files/view/whofed.html )

_____________________________________________________________________________________


Companies Getting Dough or Benefits from the Clinton Foundation


Boeing, General Electric, Exxon Mobil and Chevron (Source: http://www.redstate.com/diary/2ndvote/2015/03/05/follow-money-clinton-foundation/ )

_______________________________________________________________________________


Jeff Flake Donors


1

Club for Growth










$1,012,636

$1,009,875

$2,761

2

Senate Conservatives Fund










$176,484

$166,484

$10,000

3

Freeport-McMoRan









$59,250

$49,250

$10,000

4

Cancer Treatment Centers of America










$58,500

$58,500

$0

5

American Airlines Group








$55,800

$44,300

$11,500

6

Knight Transportation










$40,900

$40,900

$0

7

Pinnacle West Capital









$39,000

$25,500

$13,500

8

Express Scripts









$32,100

$12,100

$20,000

9

Marriott International









$31,750

$19,750

$12,000

10

Shamrock Foods










$30,150

$30,150

$0

11

Intel Corp








$24,550

$9,900

$14,650

12

Blue Cross/Blue Shield








$24,400

$9,900

$14,500

13

Farnsworth Companies










$22,800

$22,800

$0

14

Alliance Resource Partners










$22,500

$12,500

$10,000

15

Forever Living Products










$21,900

$21,900

$0

16

Services Group of America










$20,000

$10,000

$10,000

17

Salt River Project








$19,625

$9,625

$10,000

18

Goldman Sachs









$18,500

$12,500

$6,000

19

NorPAC










$17,100

$12,100

$5,000

20

McDonald's Corp









$16,250

$8,750

$7,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 2011-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2016&cid=n00009573&type=I


Americans for Financial Reform Buddies

NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS


  • AARP

  • A New Way Forward

  • AFL-CIO

  • AFSCME

  • Alliance For Justice

  • American Income Life Insurance

  • Americans for Democratic Action, Inc.

  • American Sustainable Business Council

  • Americans United for Change

  • Business for Shared Prosperity

  • Campaign for America’s Future

  • Campaign Money

  • Center for Digital Democracy

  • Center for Effective Government

  • Center for Economic and Policy Research

  • Center for Economic Progress

  • Center for Media and Democracy

  • Center for Responsible Lending

  • Center for Justice and Democracy

  • Center of Concern

  • Change to Win

  • Clean Yield Asset Management

  • Coastal Enterprises Inc.

  • Color of Change

  • Common Cause

  • Communications Workers of America

  • Community Development Transportation Lending Services

  • Consumer Action

  • Consumer Association Council

  • Consumers for Auto Safety and Reliability

  • Consumer Federation of America

  • Consumer Watchdog

  • Consumers Union

  • Corporation for Enterprise Development

  • CREDO

  • CTW Investment Group

  • Demos

  • Economic Policy Institute

  • Essential Action

  • Green America

  • Greenlining Institute

  • Good Business International

  • HNMA Funding

  • Home Actions

  • Home Defenders League

  • Housing Counseling Services

  • Information Press

  • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

  • Institute for Global Communications

  • Institute for Policy Studies: Global Economy Project

  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters

  • Institute for Women’s Policy Research

  • Krull & Company

  • Laborers’ International Union of North America

  • Lake Research Partners

  • Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

  • The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

  • MoveOn.org Political Action

  • NAACP

  • NASCAT

  • National Association of Consumer Advocates

  • National Association of Neighborhoods

  • National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development

  • National Community Reinvestment Coalition

  • National Consumer Law Center (on behalf of its low-income clients)

  • National Consumers League

  • National Council of La Raza

  • National Council of Women’s Organizations

  • National Fair Housing Alliance

  • National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions

  • National Housing Resource Center

  • National Housing Trust

  • National Housing Trust Community Development Fund

  • National NeighborWorks Association

  • National Nurses United

  • National People’s Action

  • National People’s Action

  • National Urban League

  • Next Step

  • OpenTheGovernment.org

  • Opportunity Finance Network

  • Partners for the Common Good

  • PICO National Network

  • Progress Now Action

  • Progressive States Network

  • Poverty and Race Research Action Council

  • Public Citizen

  • Sargent Shriver Center on Poverty Law

  • SEIU

  • State Voices

  • Taxpayer’s for Common Sense

  • The Association for Housing and Neighborhood Development

  • The Fuel Savers Club

  • The Seminal

  • TICAS

  • U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG)

  • UNET

  • Union Plus

  • UNITE HERE

  • Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community

  • United Food and Commercial Workers

  • United States Student Association

  • USAction

  • Veris Wealth Partners

  • We The People Now

  • Western States Center

  • Woodstock Institute

  • World Privacy Forum



STATE ORGANIZATIONS


  • Alaska PIRG

  • Arizona PIRG

  • Arizona Advocacy Network

  • Arizonans for Responsible Lending

  • Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (NY)

  • Audubon Partnership for Economic Development LDC (New York, NY)

  • BAC Funding Consortium Inc. (Miami, FL)

  • Beech Capital Venture Corporation (Philadelphia, PA)

  • California PIRG

  • California Reinvestment Coalition

  • Center for NYC Neighborhoods

  • Century Housing Corporation (Culver City, CA)

  • Changer(NY)

  • Chautauqua Home Rehabilitation and Improvement Corporation (NY)

  • Chicago Community Loan Fund (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago Community Ventures (Chicago, IL)

  • Chicago Consumer Coalition

  • Citizen Potawatomi CDC (Shawnee, OK)

  • Colorado AFL-CIO

  • Colorado PIRG

  • Coalition on Homeless Housing in Ohio

  • Community Capital Fund (Bridgeport, CT)

  • Community Capital of Maryland (Baltimore, MD)

  • Community Development Financial Institution of the Tohono O’odham Nation (Sells, AZ)

  • Community Redevelopment Loan and Investment Fund, (Atlanta, GA)

  • Community Reinvestment Association of North Carolina

  • Community Resource Group (Fayetteville, AR)

  • Connecticut PIRG

  • Consumer Assistance Council (MA)

  • Cooper Square Committee (New York, NY)

  • Cooperative Fund of New England (Wilmington, NC)

  • Corporacion de Desarrollo Economico de Ceiba (Ceiba, PR)

  • Delta Foundation, Inc. (Greenville, MS)

  • Economic Opportunity Fund (EOF) (Philadelphia, PA)

  • Empire Justice Center (NY)

  • Enterprises, Inc., Berea KY

  • Fair Housing Contact Service OH

  • Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises, Inc. (Berea, KY)

  • Fitness and Praise Youth Development, Inc. (Baton Rouge, LA)

  • Florida Consumer Action Network

  • Florida PIRG

  • Georgia PIRG

  • Grow Iowa Foundation (Greenfield, IA)

  • Homewise, Inc. (Santa Fe, NM)

  • Idaho Chapter, National Association of Social Workers

  • Idaho Community Action Network

  • Idaho Nevada CDFI (Pocatello, ID)

  • Illinois PIRG

  • Impact Capital (Seattle, WA)

  • Indiana PIRG

  • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

  • Iowa PIRG

  • Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

  • JobStart Chautauqua, Inc. (Mayville, NY)

  • La Casa Federal Credit Union (Newark, NJ)

  • Low Income Investment Fund (San Francisco, CA)

  • Long Island Housing Services NY

  • MaineStream Finance (Bangor, ME)

  • Maryland PIRG

  • Massachusetts Consumers’ Coalition

  • MASSPIRG

  • MichiganPIRG

  • Midland Community Development Corporation (Midland, TX)

  • Midwest Minnesota Community Development Corporation (Detroit Lakes, MN)

  • Mile High Community Loan Fund (Denver, CO)

  • Missouri PIRG

  • Montana Community Development Corporation (Missoula, MT)

  • Montana PIRG

  • Mortgage Recovery Service Center of L.A.

  • New Economy Project (NY)

  • New Hampshire PIRG

  • New Jersey Community Capital (Trenton, NJ)

  • New Jersey Citizen Action

  • New Jersey PIRG

  • New Mexico PIRG

  • New York PIRG

  • New York City AIDS Housing Network

  • New Yorkers for Responsible Lending

  • NOAH Community Development Fund, Inc. (Boston, MA)

  • Nonprofit Finance Fund (New York, NY)

  • Nonprofits Assistance Fund (Minneapolis, MN)

  • North Carolina PIRG

  • Northside Community Development Fund (Pittsburgh, PA)

  • Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (Columbus, OH)

  • Ohio PIRG

  • OligarchyUSA

  • Oregon State PIRG

  • Our Oregon

  • PennPIRG

  • Piedmont Housing Alliance (Charlottesville, VA)

  • Rhode Island PIRG

  • The Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center (Colorado)

  • Rural Community Assistance Corporation (West Sacramento, CA)

  • Rural Organizing Project OR

  • San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Authority

  • Seattle Economic Development Fund dba Community Capital Development

  • TexPIRG

  • The Fair Housing Council of Central New York

  • The Loan Fund (Albuquerque, NM)

  • Third Reconstruction Institute (NC)

  • Vermont PIRG

  • Village Capital Corporation (Cleveland, OH)

  • Virginia Citizens Consumer Council

  • Virginia Poverty Law Center

  • War on Poverty – Florida

  • WashPIRG

  • Westchester Residential Oppurtunities Inc. NY

  • Wigamig Owners Loan Fund, Inc. (Lac du Flambeau, WI)

  • WISPIRG

BUSINESSES


  • Blu

  • Bowden-Gill Environmental

  • Community MedPAC

  • Diversified Env. Planning

  • Hayden & Craig, PLLC

  • Mid City Animal Hospital (Phoenix AZ)

  • UNET

Source: http://ourfinancialsecurity.org/about/our-coalition/

Obamacare Backers and Beneficiaries


These are the backers/fans of Obamacare:

Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Aetna Group Inc., Molina Healthcare, Inc., Humana Group Inc., Cigna Corp., Coventry Health Care Inc., Superior Health Plan – Owned by Centene Corp., AARP, NAACP, CGI Federal, Accenture1



Hospital Corporation of America (Source: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/02/hca-king-burwell-supreme-court-obamacare-amicus-brief )

 S & P, Wellpoint (Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertlenzner/2013/10/01/obamacare-enriches-only-the-health-insurance-giants-and-their-shareholders/ )

Express Scripts (Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/the-1-stock-to-benefit-from-obamacare-cm283329 )

Health Care Service Corporation, Barr Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer, Merck (Source: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/365300/obamacare-and-its-cronies-andrew-stiles)

H&R Block Source: http://freebeacon.com/issues/tax-company-that-lobbied-for-obamacare-set-to-reap-benefits/

Orrin Hatch Donors and Buddies


Xango

4 Life Research

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/21/us/politics/21hatch.html

Orrin Hatch Open Secrets Donor List: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2016&cid=N00009869&type=I

State Innovation Exchange Board


Bodhala

Sunshine Sachs

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO),

The Solutions Project

AFSCME

National Education Association (NEA)

Women Invest to Elect

NARAL Pro-Choice America

Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

Americans for Responsible Solutions (ARS)

Small Business Majority (SBM)

 Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)

Center for Popular Democracy (CPD)

270 Strategies

National Women’s Law Center (NWLC)

Family Values @ Work (FV@W)

Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote)

Communication Workers of America (CWA)

American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC)

Geer Strategies, LLC

Center for American Progress (CAP)

Young Elected Officials Network (YEO Network)

Wellstone Action

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC)

Jobs With Justice (JWJ)

The Huttner Group

Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United

Women’s Equality Center (WEC)

Eutectics Consulting LLC

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

Economic Policy Institute (EPI)

Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

American Constitution Society (ACS)

Demos

Center for Community Change (CCC)

American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

National Partnership for Women & Families (NPWF)

America Votes

Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC)

Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (LCPGV)

Progressive Majority



State Voices

New Organizing Institute (NOI)

Priorities USA Action

MoveOn.org

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

American Bridge 21st Century (AB21)

National Employment Law Project (NELP)

Source: https://stateinnovation.org/about#board-of-directors

DNC Donors

2016 Cycle


Renaissance Technologies

$266,800

Oson VI LLC

$200,000

Libra Group

$150,000

Vitalspring

$119,800

Berkshire Group

$100,200

Francisco Partners

$100,000

Terranova Corp

$100,000

Sherpa Ventures

$100,000

Time Warner

$88,867

Franklin L Haney Co

$66,800

Knight Blanc LLC

$66,800

Nadastra Inc

$66,800

InterSystems Corp

$66,800

Li & Fung

$66,400

Relativity Media

$65,400

Global Green USA

$65,045

City of Hope National Medical Center

$60,000

Advent Capital Management

$53,400

Affinity Health Plan

$53,400

Monterey Bay Aquarium

$52,400

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2016

2014 Cycle


University of California

$298,869

Microsoft Corp

$236,512

Renaissance Technologies

$199,400

Mesirow Financial

$189,700

Stanford University

$186,514

Goldman Sachs

$182,094

Google Inc

$176,201

21st Century Fox

$164,350

Comcast Corp

$155,670

Bain Capital

$153,600

Harvard University

$137,213

Paul, Weiss et al

$135,200

SAS Institute

$133,950

AECOM Technology Corp

$130,050

Gotham Asset Management

$129,600

Rising Realty Partners

$129,600

Puma Springs Vineyards

$129,600

TLC Kids Group

$127,200

Libra Group

$122,200

Time Warner

$114,260

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2014

2012 Cycle


Time Warner

$650,673

Google Inc

$622,626

Microsoft Corp

$581,259

Blackstone Group

$527,200

Harvard University

$494,411

Goldman Sachs

$486,014

Skadden, Arps et al

$485,042

Comcast Corp

$446,129

University of California

$371,382

Stanford University

$361,725

Nix, Patterson & Roach

$338,800

Overbrook Entertainment

$338,000

News Corp

$327,559

Milbank, Tweed et al

$326,652

Henry Crown & Co

$323,000

US Dept of State

$307,183

National Amusements Inc

$305,770

Susman Godfrey LLP

$279,850

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$265,713

Dreamworks SKG

$257,075

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2012

2010 Cycle


Law Offices of Peter G Angelos

$212,600

Google Inc

$192,051

Harvard University

$185,026

Nix, Patterson & Roach

$179,000

National Amusements Inc

$174,855

Capital Group Companies

$174,350

University of California

$153,114

Antaramian Development Group

$152,000

BlackRock Inc

$145,500

Stanford University

$145,368

Susman Godfrey LLP

$139,600

Blenheim Capital Management

$136,600

Puma Springs Vineyards

$128,800

Sidley Austin LLP

$122,309

Certain Software Inc

$121,850

Gotham Capital

$121,600

Burton Snowboards

$121,600

Noel Group

$121,600

Douglas Telecommunications

$121,600

State of New Hampshire

$121,575

Lakeshore Trading

$121,575

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2010

2008 Cycle


Goldman Sachs

$1,250,187

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$431,273

Susman Godfrey LLP

$416,552

Deutsche Bank AG

$351,056

National Amusements Inc

$350,276

Time Warner

$327,720

Citigroup Inc

$320,587

University of California

$304,623

Watts Law Firm

$281,200

Harvard University

$266,882

Lehman Brothers

$260,450

Microsoft Corp

$252,459

Morgan Stanley

$250,470

Sullivan & Cromwell

$248,550

Bain Capital

$243,000

General Electric

$234,028

Latham & Watkins

$233,115

Henry Crown & Co

$228,000

Google Inc

$226,143

Clifford Law Offices

$221,250

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2008

2006 Cycle


Goldman Sachs

$225,600

University of California

$121,980

Pond North LLP

$109,296

Johnathan Rose Companies

$106,800

Hill Wallack LLP

$100,218

Lehman Brothers

$87,150

Microsoft Corp

$86,166

Democratic National Cmte (Employees)

$82,200

DE Shaw & Co

$80,650

Dune Capital Management

$80,000

National Amusements Inc

$74,982

Morgan Stanley

$71,230

Roseland Property

$71,200

Stanley, Mandel & Iola

$67,500

University of Texas

$67,387

Roll International

$63,500

Merrill Lynch

$63,233

Harvard University

$61,005

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$60,086

Hogan Lovells

$59,100

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/parties/contrib.php?cmte=DNC&cycle=2006

Terry McAuliffe Donors


Rilin Enterprises

The Streisand Foundation

TG Holdings

Susie Tompkins Buell Fund of the Marin Community Foundation

Hewlett-Packard

Microsoft

Boeing

DuSable Capital Management

Humana

Pfizer

TracFone Wireless

Anheuser-Busch Foundation

Wal-Mart and the Wal-Mart Foundation

The Wasserman Foundation

American Federation of Teachers

Kessler Family Foundation

NewsWeb

J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation

Black Entertainment Television

RLJ Companies

Cheryl and Haim Saban, The Saban Family Foundation

PLC Investments

Leesfield Leighton & Partners

Centene Charitable Foundation

Crimson Lion Foundation

Ted Arison Family Foundation USA

Royal Media Partners

Visa

Cheniere Energy Shared Services

Chopper Trading LLC 

Service Employees International Union

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

Sean N. Parker Foundation

CH2M Hill

Sanofi Aventis

Kelly Investments

Gill Foundation

E.L. Rothschild

Dozoretz Family Foundation

Altman/Kazickas Foundation

Carsey Family Foundation

Philip D. and Tammy S. Murphy Foundation

Donald Trump

National Association of Realtors

Waite Schneider Bayless & Chesley

Harvey Weinstein

Capital One

Perennial Strategy Group

Verizon

MWW Group

United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

John Grisham

Genentech

Communications Workers of America

Avenue Capital Group

The Barrack Foundation

United Food and Commercial Workers

International Capital Advisors

Altria Group

Mark S. Weiner and Financial Innovations

Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/local/mcauliffe-clinton/

More McAuliffe Donors: http://www.vpap.org/candidates/11897/top_donors/




Harry Reid Donors

Career


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

MGM Resorts International

$373,440

$366,350

$7,090

Simmons Law Firm

$187,000

$187,000

$0

Weitz & Luxenberg

$184,250

$184,250

$0

Caesars Entertainment

$178,315

$167,815

$10,500

Station Casinos

$146,900

$111,900

$35,000

Boyd Gaming

$143,599

$117,600

$25,999

Sierra Nevada Corp

$141,730

$109,150

$32,580

Lionel, Sawyer & Collins

$117,966

$93,266

$24,700

Comcast Corp

$112,950

$86,950

$26,000

Baron & Budd

$112,400

$112,400

$0

Akin, Gump et al

$105,500

$67,500

$38,000

Newmont Mining

$104,418

$63,409

$41,009

Girardi & Keese

$101,800

$101,800

$0

Morgan & Morgan

$97,900

$97,900

$0

AT&T Inc

$95,700

$43,700

$52,000

WPP Group

$95,439

$82,689

$12,750

Waters & Kraus

$95,400

$95,400

$0

Time Warner

$89,400

$51,900

$37,500

Blackstone Group

$89,300

$54,750

$34,550

Interpublic Group

$87,622

$81,700

$5,922

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1989-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&cid=n00009922&type=I


More Donors


Working for Working Americans

The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States, Canada and Australia 

Campaign Advocacy Fund

Stryker Corporation

Carlyle Group

Aerion Corporation

AFL-CIO

United Auto Workers Education Fund

American Federation of Teachers 

Engineers Political Action Committee 

American Association for Justice PAC

Democrat, Republican, Independent Voter Education

Searchlight Leadership Fund 

Patriot Majority USA

Joshua Brand 

Source: http://freebeacon.com/blog/meet-the-donors-funding-harry-reids-super-pac/

Still more donors: http://influenceexplorer.com/politician/harry-reid/b875d19789ce4c88b276a607202b362c


Nancy Pelosi Donors

Career


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Gallo Winery

$130,700

$130,700

$0

American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees

$129,500

$3,500

$126,000

National Assn of Realtors

$107,000

$0

$107,000

Akin, Gump et al

$103,000

$64,000

$39,000

United Auto Workers

$99,000

$0

$99,000

Teamsters Union

$97,000

$0

$97,000

Air Line Pilots Assn

$96,500

$0

$96,500

National Assn of Letter Carriers

$96,000

$0

$96,000

United Food & Commercial Workers Union

$93,000

$0

$93,000

National Education Assn

$92,500

$0

$92,500

Wells Fargo

$84,000

$8,000

$76,000

Laborers Union

$83,000

$0

$83,000

Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

$79,500

$0

$79,500

Sheet Metal Workers Union

$79,500

$0

$79,500

American Assn for Justice

$79,000

$0

$79,000

American Medical Assn

$78,950

$0

$78,950

Plumbers/Pipefitters Union

$78,600

$0

$78,600

Carpenters & Joiners Union

$77,000

$0

$77,000

Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union

$76,500

$0

$76,500

American Federation of Teachers

$76,250

$0

$76,250

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1989-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&type=I&cid=N00007360&newMem=N&recs=20


Top Ten Political Action Committee Donors


    1. International Brotherhood of Teamsters — $142,350

    2. AFSCME — $136,000

    3. National Association of Realtors — $129,850

    4. National Education Association — $128,500

    5. UAW — $122,000

    6. Laborers’ International — $120,750

    7. Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association — $116,000

    8. JPMorgan Chase — $113,200

    9. International Association of Machinists — $109,500

    10. 10. Air Line Pilots Association — $104,000

More Donors


AFL-CIO

Tina Keker Design

Sunset Development Co

Source: http://www.publicintegrity.org/2010/06/10/4013/backing-pelosi-labor-love


WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) 2014 Supporters

SER

Corporate Partners


Altria

AT&T


Comerica Bank

Coca-Cola

MillerCoors

Citi


General Mills

Anheuser-Busch

Ford

ExxonMobil



Wells Fargo

General Motors

http://www.ser-national.org/corporate-partners/

Board


LULAC

7-11


Ford Motor Company

AGIF


MillerCoors

IBM


General Motors

LA SED


Communidad Corp

Source: http://www.ser-national.org/leadership/



Source: http://www.ser-national.org/ser-participant-joins-president-obama-stage-wioa-signing/

Chamber of Commerce Supporters


Advantage Resourcing

American Bio Medica Corp

American Electric Power

American Refining Group, Inc.

American Southwest Credit Union

Arrow Gear Company

Association for Enterprise Opportunity

Assured Healthcare Staffing

Aultman Health Foundation

Bank Five

Bank Midwest

BIGGS-PARTNERS & YOU COMMUNICATIONS

Boot City Inc

Boride Engineered Abrasives

California Steel Industries, Inc.

CCT Telecom Holdings Ltd.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation

Clinton Hospital

Concepts Consulting

County National Bank

DeVry University

Dominance Ind Inc dba Pan Pacific Products

Downers Grove EDC

Dutchland, Inc

Eastview Mall

Ed Herrington, Inc.

Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare

Empire Genomics

Erie 1 BOCES

Family Promise of Lubbock, Inc.

First Citizens' Federal Credit Union

Five Star Bank

G.W. Lisk

Gateway Financial

General Plastics Mfg. Co.

Graber and Associates

Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation

Greater Olean Chamber Commerce

Hendrix Heating and Air Conditioning Inc.

Henry County Medical Center

Highlands Livestock Services

HomeTown Bank

Infosys

ITT Industrial Process

Jackson Central Labor Council

Jacobs Painting

More……

Source: http://www.workforceinvestmentworks.com/wia_reauthorization_letter_signees_private-sector.asp

Companies Backing CISA


Adobe, Altium, Apple, Autodesk, CA Technologies, DataStax, IBM, Microsoft, Minitab, Oracle, Salesforce, Siemens, Symantec, BSA, Facebook, Google

Source: http://www.infoworld.com/article/2985529/security/privacy-group-calls-for-a-boycott-of-tech-companies-supporting-cisa.html

BSA Members


Adobe

Altium


Ansys Inc.

Apple


Autodesk

Bentley


CA Technologies

Mastercam

DataStax

Dell


IBM

Intuit


Microsoft

Minitab


Oracle

PTC


Salesforce

Siemens


Symantec

Tekla


The MarthWorks

Trend Micro.

Source: http://www.bsa.org/about-bsa/bsa-members/?sc_lang=en-US

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Export-Import Bank Lovers


Funders and Backers of the Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank

General Electric Co., Boeing Co., Caterpillar, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Assn. of Manufacturer, Bechtel, Applied Materials, Space Systems/Loral, Komatsu America, Case New Holland, Ford, Sikorsky Aircraft, Dow Chemical, John Deere, and Lockheed Martin, Citibank, JP Morgan Chase, Business Council of Alabama (see their own site),


Clinton Global Initiative Funders


Banc of California, American Federation of Teachers, CA Technologies, The Kresge Foundation, Peter G. Peterson Foundation, Toyota Motors North America, CH2M, Cheniere Energy, The Coca-Cola Company, Freeport-McMoRan Inc., Noble Energy, APCO Worldwide, and Diageo.

(Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/clinton_global_initiative_convenes_annual_meeting_with_help_from_corporate_partners )

2015 Donors

Greater than $25,000,000


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada)

Fred Eychaner and Alphawood Foundation

Frank Giustra, The Radcliffe Foundation

Nationale Postcode Loterij

The Children's Investment Fund Foundation

UNITAID

$10,000,001 - $25,000,000


AUSAID

Stephen L. Bing

Commonwealth of Australia

COPRESIDA

Tom Golisano

Government of Norway

J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation

Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia

Denis J. O'Brien and Digicel

Cheryl and Haim Saban & The Saban Family Foundation

Susie Tompkins Buell Fund of the Marin Community Foundation

The Elma Foundation

The Hunter Foundation

The Rockefeller Foundation

The Swedish Postcode Lottery

The Victor Pinchuk Foundation

Theodore W. Waitt

$5,000,0001 - $10,000,000


S. Daniel Abraham

Sheikh Mohammed H. Al-Amoudi

C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, Inc.

Elton John Aids Foundation

Government of the Netherlands

Irish Aid

John D. MacKay

Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) [Norad (Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation)]

OCP Corporation

Michael Schumacher

State of Kuwait

The Clinton Family Foundation

The Coca-Cola Company

The Wasserman Foundation

Tracfone Wireless, Inc.

$1,000,001 - $5,000,000


100 Women in Hedgefunds

Absolute Return for Kids (ARK)

Jay Alix

Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa

Nasser Al-Rashid

American Federation of Teachers

Angelopoulos Foundation

Gianna Angelopoulos

Anheuser-Busch Foundation

Smith and Elizabeth Bagley

Barclays Capital

Barclays plc

Mary Bing and Doug Ellis

Bloomberg Philanthropies

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina

Richard Blum and Blum Family Foundation

BMU - Federal Ministry for the Environment

Booz Allen Hamilton

Carlos Bremer

Richard Caring

Gilbert R. Chagoury

Cheniere Energy, Inc.

Christy and John Mack Foundation

Cisco


Gustavo Cisneros & Venevision

Citi Foundation

Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund

Stephen J. Cloobeck

Roy E. Cockrum

Victor P. Dahdaleh & The Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Charitable Foundation

Delos Living

Robert Disbrow

Dubai Foundation

Duke Energy Corporation

EKTA Foundation

Entergy


Exxonmobil

Issam M. Fares

Raj Fernando

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Joseph T. Ford

Wallace W. Fowler

Friends Of Saudi Arabia

Fundacion Telmex

Mala Gaonkar Haarman

GEMS Education

General Electric

Ariadne Getty

GIZ - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit [GIZ - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale]

Vinod Gupta

Hewlett-Packard Company

HSBC Holdings

Hult International Business School

Humana Inc.

ICAP Services North America

Inmobiliaria Carso, S.A. De C.V.

Inter-American Development Bank

Sanela D. Jenkins

Robert L. Johnson

Walid Juffali

Dave Katragadda

Kessler Family Foundation

Michael and Jena King

Laureate International Universities

Jonathan and Jeannie Lavine, Trustees of the Crimson Lion Foundation

Lukas Lundin

MAC AIDS Fund

Masimo Foundation

Microsoft

Lakshmi N. Mittal

Monsanto Company

James R. Murdoch

Newsmax Media, Inc.

NRG Energy, Inc.

OAS S.A.

Open Society Institute

Jonathan M. Orszag

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

Pfizer Inc

PGA Tour, Inc.

Presidential Inaugural Committee

Princess Diana Memorial Fund

Procter & Gamble

Stewart Rahr

Paul D. Reynolds

Rilin Enterprises

Robertson Foundation

Salida Capital Foundation

Donald L. Saunders

Joachim Schoss

Bernard L. Schwartz

Sean N. Parker Foundation

Walter H. Shorenstein

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Arnold H. Simon

Bren and Melvin Simon

Amar Singh

Michael Smurfit

Harold Snyder

Sol Goldman Charitable Trust

Steven Spielberg

Standard Chartered Bank

Starkey Hearing Foundation

Starkey Hearing Technologies, Inc.

State Of Qatar

Sterling Stamos Capital Management, LP

Suzlon Energy Ltd.

Swedish Postcode Foundation

Swiss Reinsurance Company

T.G. Holdings

Nima Taghavi

Tenet Healthcare Corporation

The Annenberg Foundation

The Boeing Company

The Coca-Cola Foundation

The Dow Chemical Company

The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation

The ERANDA Foundation

The Ford Foundation

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

The Government of Brunei Darussalam

The Howard Gilman Foundation

The James R. Greenbaum, Jr. Family Foundation

The Marc Haas Foundation

The New York Community Trust

The Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable & Educational Trust

The Sherwood Foundation

The Sidney E. Frank Foundation

The Streisand Foundation

The Sultanate of Oman

The Walmart Foundation

The Zayed Family

Thomson Reuters

Toyota Motor North America, Inc.

U.S. Green Building Council

United Arab Emirates

University of Southern California

Verein Aids Life

Walton Family Foundation, Inc.

Gerardo Werthein

Frank White

Worldwide Support for Development

Wyss Charitable Endowment

Yahoo! Inc

YPY Holding Limited

$500,001 - $1,000,000


Abraaj Holdings ^

Acxiom Corporation

Akwa Group

Alibaba Group

Malini Alles

amfAR: The Foundation for AIDS Research

Andrade Gutierrez S.A.

Arizona State University

Arkansas Energy Office - Arkansas Economic Development

Atlas Group Limited

William and Tani Austin

Autodesk, Inc.

Banc of California

Bank of America Foundation

Simón P. Barceló

Barlovento Foundation

Frederick Baron and Lisa Blue

Arpad Busson

Alonzo Cantu

Chevron Corporation

Citigroup Inc

Confederação Nacional da Indústria (CNI)

Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc (CGEM)

Confederation of Indian Industry

Michael J. Cooper

Crabby Beach Foundation

Lewis B. Cullman

Daimler Trucks North America LLC

Dell Inc.

Depart of Finance & Admin. - State Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Desert Classic Charities Inc

Energy Developments and Investments Corporation

Ferraro Family Foundation

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD) [Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada]

Fundación Carlos Slim

Matias Garfunkel

Aileen Getty and the Aileen Getty Foundation

Gill Foundation

Global Impact

Jane Goldman

Google Inc.

Brian L. Greenspun

Grupo ABC

Hernreich Family Foundation

Patricia A. Hotung

Itaú Unibanco S/A

J/P Haitian Relief Organization

Jay S. Jacobs

Kresge Foundation

Leslois Shaw Foundation

Peter B. Lewis

Magna International Inc.

McKinsey & Company

Joseph Milton

Mobile Giving Foundation Inc.

Paul Newman and Newman's Own Foundation

News Corporation Foundation

Nike, Inc.

NoVo Foundation

Sybil Robson Orr and Matthew Orr

OSI Development Foundation

Recep Özkan

People's Postcode Trust

Postcode African Trust

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Amy Rao


Sanford Robertson

Kjell I. Rokke

Ruettgers Family Charitable Foundation

Sacks Family Foundation

Sangari

Sanyo North America Corporation

Gerald and Elaine Schuster

Barry and Dolly Segal and the Segal Family Foundation

Beth and David Shaw

Jordan Sidoo

Beryl L. Snyder

Brian S. Snyder

Jay T. Snyder

Soros Foundation

Jackson T. Stephens

Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office

The Allstate Corporation

The American Ireland Fund

The Chambers Family Foundation

The David Geffen Foundation

The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

The Harrah's Foundation

The John C. Armitage Foundation

The Joyce Foundation

The Pierre and Pamela Omidyar Fund

The Rumi Foundation

The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trust

The Ted Arison Family Foundation USA, Inc.

The Winnick Family Foundation

Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch

Torres Picón Foundation

UBS Wealth Management USA

UK Department For International Development (DFID)

Visa Inc.

Carole Shields Westbrook and Hugh A. Westbrook

Western Union Foundation



Source: https://www.clintonfoundation.org/contributors?category=%24500%2C001%20to%20%241%2C000%2C000&page=2

Obama Donors


University of California

$1,799,460

Goldman Sachs

$1,034,615

Harvard University

$900,909

Microsoft Corp

$854,717

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$847,895

Google Inc

$817,855

Citigroup Inc

$755,057

US Government

$638,335

Time Warner

$617,844

Sidley Austin LLP

$606,260

Stanford University

$603,866

National Amusements Inc

$579,098

Columbia University

$570,839

Skadden, Arps et al

$554,439

WilmerHale Llp

$554,373

US Dept of Justice

$540,636

IBM Corp

$534,470

UBS AG

$534,166

General Electric

$532,031

Morgan Stanley

$528,182

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2008 election cycle. 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.

Because of contribution limits, organizations that bundle together many individual contributions are often among the top donors to presidential candidates. These contributions can come from the organization's members or employees (and their families). The organization may support one candidate, or hedge its bets by supporting multiple candidates. Groups with national networks of donors - like EMILY's List and Club for Growth - make for particularly big bundlers.



Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/pres08/contrib.php?cid=N00009638

1

AT&T Inc.

$64,384,751

2

FedEx

$64,112,358

3

Southern Co.

$49,890,000

4

Microsoft Corp.

$26,621,000

5

Genentech

$15,947,778

6

Bank of America

$12,830,000

7

American Federation of Government Employees

$4,740,000

8

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

$3,480,035

9

Laborers International Union of North America

$3,465,192

10

American Postal Workers Union

$2,603,000

Source: http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/01/18/12050/obama-inauguration-sponsors-spent-millions-influencing-government

  • Southern Company

  • United Therapeutics

  • Microsoft

  • AT&T

  • Centene Corp., a company that manages Medicaid for states.

  • Financial Innovations, Inc., a vendor that ran the Obama campaign's online store.

  • Stream Line Circle LLC, associated with gay rights activist Jon Stryker.

  • Genentech, a large biotech company that lobbies on health care reform.

Source: http://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2013/01/14/eight-corporations-donate-obamas-inaugural-so-far/

Various Media Companies: http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/22/donations-by-media-companies-tilt-heavily-to-obama/


Mitt Romney Donors


Goldman Sachs

$1,045,454

Bank of America

$1,017,652

Morgan Stanley

$920,805

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$835,596

Wells Fargo

$693,576

Credit Suisse Group

$645,620

Deloitte LLP

$615,874

Kirkland & Ellis

$523,041

Citigroup Inc

$491,249

UBS AG

$464,760

PricewaterhouseCoopers

$456,900

Barclays

$446,000

Ernst & Young

$390,992

HIG Capital

$382,904

Blackstone Group

$378,025

General Electric

$343,875

EMC Corp

$320,679

Elliott Management

$315,925

Bain Capital

$288,470

Rothman Institute

$259,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2012 election cycle. 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.

Because of contribution limits, organizations that bundle together many individual contributions are often among the top donors to presidential candidates. These contributions can come from the organization's members or employees (and their families). The organization may support one candidate, or hedge its bets by supporting multiple candidates. Groups with national networks of donors - like EMILY's List and Club for Growth - make for particularly big bundlers.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/contrib.php?id=N00000286

More Donors: http://www.ranker.com/list/the-largest-mitt-romney-campaign-contributors/keaton?utm_expid=16418821-157.KzX0YuO8RXOC1yjYBgr_2A.0&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F

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Top Ten Companies Hiring Foreign Workers


1.) Infosys

2.) Wipro

3.) Tata Consultancy

4.) IBM


5.) Deloitte Consulting

6.) Microsoft

7.) L&T Infotech

8.) Accenture

9.) Ernst & Young

10.) Mahindra Satyam

Source: http://www.forbes.com/pictures/eglg45heklg/no-1-infosys-15/

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Funders and Members


Note: Some of these guys might be former members or just fund the group but not be in it. My sources come from different dates. The USCC is hush-hush on its membership so I did the best I could.

Funders and Friends of the US Chamber of Commerce:

Funders: 3M, Aetna, AFLAC, American Electrical Power, Capital One, Cummins, CVS Caremark, Deere & Company, Dominion Resources, Dow Chemical, Ebay, Exelon, Metlife, Microsoft, Noble Energy, Prudential Financial, Qualcomm, Union Pacific, Wellpoint, Yum! Brands, Intel, Merck, PepsiCo, and Reynolds American, FedEx, Sam's Club, Goldman Sachs, Chevron Texaco, Aegon, the News Corporation, A.I.G., Alcoa Inc. Siemens Corporation.

Known members include: JP Morgan, Charles Schwab, Edward Jones, UnitedHealth Group, Wellpoint, Cigna, Aetna, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Accenture.

More friends and funders of the Chamber include: AT&T, Caterpillar, Deere, 3M, United Technologies, Motorola, Thompson West, Citigroup, Intel, Microsoft, GM, Google (since Motorola is involved, and they are the parent of Motorola, I think we can figure they have something to do with this too), IBM, Deere, Inc., Xerox, Accenture, Pfizer, Bank of America, Citigroup, Bank of New York Mellon, Wells Fargo, and Capital One.

Four more members have been identified: Wal-Mart, Daimler Chrysler, Merck, and Union Pacific railroad.

The American Trucking Association has been tied to the US Chamber of Commerce as its CEO is the Chair President of the US Chamber of Commerce.

Board


Las Vegas Sands Corp.

Sempra Energy

United Parcel Service

Abbott


Silgan Holdings Inc.

The Robertson Foundation

AGL Resources Inc.

Amadeus North America

APi Group, Inc.

Quam-Nichols Company, Inc.

Great Western Lodging

Schneider National, Inc.

Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.

Edward Jones

Celgene Corporation

ConocoPhillips

Automobile Club of Southern California

The Latino Coalition

LORD Corporation

Mendenhall & Associates

Steptoe & Johnson PLLC

Select Milk Producers, Inc.

Mesa Capital Partners, LLC

PERMAC Industries

Bay Electric Co., Inc.

Wood Stieper Capital Group

International Business Machines

OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc.

DDB Worldwide Communications Group, Inc.

American Beverage Association

Ace Hardware Corporation

Front Street Advisors, Ltd.

Blue Rock Companies

Health Care Service Corporation

WPGlimcher

NCI Building Systems, Inc.

AT&T, Inc.

Pool Corporation

Pfizer, Inc.

DHL


Citadel LLC

CUNA Mutual Group

The Cynosure Group

Associates International, Inc.

Alliance Resource Partners, L.P.

3M

Phillips 66



CONSOL Energy, Inc.

Anthem, Inc.

AGCO Corporation

Steward Health Care System LLC

Clark Robinson Capital

DonahueFavret Contractors Holding Compan

BNSF Railway Company

Ruan Transportation Management Systems

BTC Financial Corporation

Ruan, Incorporated

FedEx Freight

Brambles Limited

Emergent BioSolutions Inc.

State Farm Insurance Companies

Xerox Corporation

CNL Financial Group

Black Hills Corporation

Fluor Corporation

Indiana University Health

FORD Motor Company

Ryder System, Inc.

AEGON N.V.

Odney

Florida Power & Light Company



Leading Authorities, Inc.

Telcom Ventures, L.L.C.

Union Pacific Corporation

The Laclede Group

The Fuller Company

SSA Consultants

World Pac Paper, LLC

Altria Client Services

Deere & Company

American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc.

Yancey Bros. Co.

E&E Enterprises Global, Inc.

Caterpillar Inc.

DryStone Capital LLC

Norfolk Southern Corporation

CNH Industrial N.V

Ludlum Measurements, Inc

The Bay Cast Companies

The H.L. Turner Group Inc.

NuScale Power LLC

Deloitte & Touche LLP

Indigo Partners, LLC

Amway

Sanofi US Services Inc.



Melaleuca, Inc.

BMO Financial Group

LTM Enterprises

PGi


International Merchants, LLC

Caesars Entertainment Corporation

Argo Group International Holdings Ltd

Allstate Insurance Company

Alpha Technologies, Inc.

Southern Company

The Dow Chemical Company

The Travelers Companies, Inc.

Travelers Institute

Atlantic Council

KU Early Learning Programs

Knowledge Universe

Comanche Lumber Co., Inc.

Sunrise Senior Living, Inc.

Source: https://www.uschamber.com/about-us/board-directors

US Chamber Foundation (Board)


CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

State Farm Insurance Companies

Bridgepoint Education

Office Depot Foundation

Source: https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/about-icw/board-of-directors

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Companies Using Sweatshop Labor in Other Countries


H&M

Wal Mart


La Senza

Victoria’s Secret

Nike

The Gap


Disney

Sears


Joe Fresh

Marks and Spencer

Source: http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/most-shocking/10-major-clothing-brands-caught-in-shocking-sweatshop-scandals/?view=all

Hanes


J.C. Penney

Puma


Source: http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/lwp/NLC_childlabor.html

Companies Using Child Labor in Other Countries


H&M

Victoria’s Secret

Source: http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/most-shocking/10-major-clothing-brands-caught-in-shocking-sweatshop-scandals/?view=all

Wal Mart


Hanes

J.C. Penney

Puma

Source: http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/lwp/NLC_childlabor.html


Companies Using Slave Labor


Hershey

Mars


Nestle

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/09/30/lawsuit-your-candy-bar-was-made-by-child-slaves.html



ADM Cocoa

Godiva

Fowler’s Chocolate

Kraft

Source: http://usuncut.com/news/beware-of-these-10-popular-chocolate-brands-that-exploit-child-slaves/

Adidas

Nike


Disney

Apple


Gap

Old Navy


Source: http://ihscslnews.org/view_article.php?id=394

Top 100 Companies Issuing H1B Visas in 2015


Again, these might not all be evil companies, but check the other lists to see other conditions to see if they are just using needed outside labor or if they are looking for cheap labor at the expense of American jobs.

Top 100 Companies Issuing H1B Visas in 2015:

Rank H1B Visa Sponsor Number of LCA Average Salary

1 Infosys 23,816 $76,794

2 Tata Consultancy Services 14,096 $67,673

3 Wipro 8,365 $69,936

4 IBM 7,944 $87,227

5 Deloitte Consulting 7,016 $102,112

6 Accenture 5,509 $75,532

7 Hcl America 4,749 $81,223

8 Tech Mahindra (Americas) 4,600 $73,025

9 Larsen & Toubro Infotech 4,365 $69,943

10 Ernst & Young 3,976 $89,350

11 Microsoft 3,750 $116,804

12 Igate Technologies 3,124 $68,714

13 Google 3,059 $125,596

14 Intel 2,505 $103,632

15 Cognizant Technology Solutions 2,358 $70,892

16 Ust Global 1,998 $68,681

17 Deloitte & Touche 1,654 $70,043

18 Amazon 1,600 $113,163

19 Qualcomm Technologies 1,585 $111,816

20 Jpmorgan Chase 1,468 $105,370

21 Apple 1,464 $133,593

22 Ntt Data 1,409 $102,643

23 Capgemini Financial Services Usa 1,303 $95,433

24 Oracle America 1,073 $119,506

25 Kpit Infosystems 1,015 $64,300

26 Capgemini 1,013 $120,146

27 Cummins 1,005 $77,280

28 Mastech, A Mastech Holdings Company 966 $91,119

29 Mphasis 947 $70,792

30 Mindtree 932 $73,028

31 Hexaware Technologies 932 $70,352

32 Pricewaterhousecoopers 926 $75,891

33 Citibank 905 $108,292

34 Goldman, Sachs 903 $103,780

35 L&T Technology Services 874 $60,669

36 Kpmg 861 $93,138

37 Fujitsu America 840 $82,386

38 Emc 836 $108,923

39 Hcl Global Systems 807 $80,584

40 Facebook 780 $133,535

41 Synechron 769 $81,883

42 V-Soft Consulting Group 765 $54,627

43 Larsen & Toubro Technology Services 736 $58,356

44 System Soft Technologies 727 $85,443

45 Randstad Technologies 726 $106,421

46 Hitachi Consulting 720 $85,371

47 Wal-Mart Associates 699 $117,979

48 Persistent Systems 679 $74,073

49 Bank Of America 667 $110,699

50 Ebay 664 $121,691

51 Astir It Solutions 659 $63,845

52 Ericsson 650 $104,457

53 Populus Group 644 $98,647

54 Cvs Rx Services 636 $119,362

55 Yahoo! 619 $132,752

56 Satyam Computer Services 617 $73,672

57 Broadcom 607 $118,314

58 Motorola Mobility 588 $100,208

59 Paypal 576 $124,616

60 Vedic Soft Solutions 559 $65,971

61 Compunnel Software Group 557 $78,704

62 Qualcomm 546 $109,739

63 VM Ware 535 $121,203

64 Csc Covansys 527 $61,811

65 Sunera Technologies 523 $74,538

66 Morgan Stanley 518 $112,484

67 University Of Michigan 515 $64,092

68 Htc Global Services 506 $68,907

69 American Information Technology 495 $51,350

70 Cisco Systems 494 $121,899

71 Marlabs 492 $69,275

72 Capital One Services 486 $98,327

73 Headstrong Services 484 $79,569

74 Salesforce.Com 483 $124,063

75 Symantec 483 $112,773

76 Schlumberger Technology 475 $86,135

77 Diaspark 471 $65,497

78 Hewlett-Packard Company 458 $109,742

79 Cerner 448 $71,377

80 Deloitte Tax 441 $72,528

81 Polaris Software Lab (India) 440 $70,299

82 Cloudeeva 439 $69,689

83 Dell Usa 435 $101,464

84 3i Infotech 434 $62,982

85 Itech Us 426 $83,157

86 Yash Technologies 425 $62,505

87 Horizon Technologies 424 $62,875

88 Dell Marketing 409 $95,132

89 Reliable Software Resources 408 $61,357

90 Ciber 406 $91,378

91 Infotech Enterprises America 392 $65,541

92 Barclays Services 391 $128,268

93 Orion Systems Integrators 390 $91,111

94 American Express Travel Related Services 388 $101,835

95 Itc Infotech (Usa) 384 $67,288

96 Linkedin 382 $139,634

97 Johns Hopkins University 382 $64,283

98 Bloomberg 380 $130,977

99 Avco Consulting 379 $67,610

100 Cgi Technologies And Solutions 368 $81,925

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Anti-Christmas Retailers


Companies who tend to discourage the use of “Merry Christmas” and things like that are on this list.

2014

Naughty List


Companies on the list have been fully reviewed and researched, and those companies who do not use the word “Christmas” in their advertising, website, and store displays make the list. Most of the companies have been featured before and are aware that AFA (American Family Association) is monitoring their approach to Christmas. Among the companies who made this year's “naughty” list are:

  • Barnes & Noble

  • Family Dollar

  • Foot Locker

  • Limited Brands

  • Maurice’s

  • Office Depot

  • Office Max

  • Pet Smart

  • Staples

  • Supervalu

  • Victoria’s Secret

Marginally Naughty List


Retailers who use the word “Christmas” very infrequently, or only in a particular advertising or display venue. Retailers who made the “Marginal” list include:

  • 1-800-Flowers.com

  • Academy Sports + Outdoors

  • Bath & Body Works

  • Best Buy

  • Cooking.com

  • CVS Pharmacy

  • Fred's

  • Radio Shack

  • Safeway

  • Starbucks

  • True Value

  • UncommonGoods.com

  • Walgreens

  • Whole Foods

Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/naughty-list-of-anti-christmas-retailers-released

2015

Naughty List


  • Barnes & Noble

  • Family Dollar

  • Foot Locker

  • The Limited

  • Maurice's

  • Office Depot

  • Office Max

  • Pet Smart

  • Staples

  • Stein Mart

  • Supervalu

  • Victoria's Secret

Marginally Naughty


  • Academy Sports + Outdoors

  • Bath & Body Works

  • Best Buy

  • Cooking.com

  • CVS Pharmacy

  • Fred's

  • Safeway

  • Starbucks

  • True Value

  • UncommonGoods.com

  • Walgreens

  • Whole Foods

Source: http://www.afa.net/christmaslist

Al Sharpton Backers


Al Sharpton Backers

(These may be doing it willingly or to avoid his little shake downs on non-compliance.)

-Colgate-Palmolive

-Anheuser-Busch

-Macy’s

-Pfizer


-PepsiCo

-General Motors

-Daimler Chrysler

-Wal-Mart

-FedEx

-Johnson & Johnson



-American Honda

-Chase


-Hawkins Food Group

-MGM


-Honda

-NY Developer Forest City Ratner

-Continental Airlines

– TEACHERS AFL-CIO

– STATE COUNTY & MUNI EMPLS AFL-CIO

– NATIONAL EDUCATION ASN IND

– AUTO WORKERS AFL-CIO

– GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AFGE AFL-CIO

– SERVICE EMPLOYEES LOCAL UNION 1199

– SERVICE EMPLOYEES

– NEW YORK HOTEL TRADES COUNCIL

– UNITE HERE

– LABORERS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

– POSTAL WORKERS, AMERICAN, AFL-CIO

– MACHINISTS AFL-CIO

– GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AFGE AFL-CIO

– SHEET METAL WORKERS AFL-CIO

– UTILITY WORKERS AFL-CIO

– NASCAR

Here are more Sharpton backers and aiders



AT&T, Viacom, Walmart, Perennial Strategy Group, Combs Enterprises, Comcast Corporation, McDonald’s, Ronald Perelman, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Forest City Ratner, Time Warner Cable, Barney’s, Coca-Cola, Essence Communications, Ford Division, Home Depot, Crystal McCrary and Raymond J. McGuire, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, the NBA, Verizon, Colgate Palmolive, Macy’s, NASCAR, OraSure Technologies Inc., Best Buy, Greentrack Inc., the IM Foundation, Con Edison, and Entergy.

Source: http://nation.foxnews.com/2015/04/20/revealed-corporations-sponsor-sharptons-national-action-network-convention

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ACLU Funders


ACLU Funders

Open Society Institute, the Arca Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Columbia Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, the Minneapolis Foundation, the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Columbia Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the JEHT Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Lear Family Foundation, the Public Welfare Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Woods Fund of Chicago.


ACLU Colorado Funders and Buddies

Corporate Sponsors


Arnold & Porter LLP
Berenbaum, Weinshienk P.C.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP
Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP
Ducker, Montgomery,Aronstein,Bess, P.C.
Equal Rights Colorado
Faegre & Benson LLP
Fairfield and Woods, P.C.
Fireside Production
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Haddon Morgan & Foreman, P.C.
Hogan & Hartson, LLP
Holland & Hart LLP
Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley LLC
Killmer, Lane & Newman, LLP
King & Greisen LLP
McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP
Miller & Steiert, P.C.
Perkins Coie LLP
Qwest
Recht & Kornfeld, P.C.
Reilly Pozner & Connelly LLP
Sawaya, Rose & Kaplan, P.C.
Sherman & Howard LLC
Trine & Metcalf, P.C.
University Of Denver, Sturm College Of Law
Wells Fargo
Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell LLP

Grants and Workplace Giving


Brett Family Foundation
Carl J. Minnig Foundation
Community Foundation Serving Boulder County
Community Shares Of Colorado
Denver Foundation
Encana Cares (USA) Foundation
Frenzel Foundation
Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado
George Lichter Family Foundation
Gill Action Fund
Gill Foundation
Hasan Family Foundation
Loewenstern Foundation
Richard E. Rudolph Family Foundation
Samuel Finkel Charitable Foundation

Source: http://aclu-co.org/about-us/sponsors/


ACLU Indiana Funders and Buddies


Efroymson Family Fund

Cohen & Malad, LLP

Source: http://www.aclu-in.org/

Companies Against Voter ID Laws


Hewlett-Packard

Intuit


Source: http://www.sfgate.com/business/bottomline/article/Corporations-ties-to-voter-ID-laws-3815349.php

John Deere

CVS Caremark

MillerCoors

Best Buy

Source: http://colorofchange.org/press/releases/2012/7/10/five-more-major-companies-will-no-longer-fund-alec/

Procter & Gamble

Yum! Brands

McDonald's

Wendy's


Mars Inc.

Coca-Cola

PepsiCo

Kraft Foods



Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

Reed Elsevier (owner of LexisNexis and publisher of science and health information)

American Traffic Solutions

Arizona Public Service

Source: http://colorofchange.org/press/releases/2012/4/23/colorofchange-applauds-procter-gambles-decision-en/

NAACP Funders


Wachovia Corporation (Source: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/naacp-announces-one-million-dollar-contribution-from-wachovia-corporation-funds-will-support-education-initiatives-70795662.html )

Wal-Mart, Shell Oil, General Motors and American Airlines (Source: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2003/jul/21/20030721-113723-6114r/?page=all )

FedEx, Bank of America (Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/bw/articles/2014-05-08/the-naacp-can-help-repair-donors-sullied-reputations )

ACT-SO Sponsors


ACT-SO is The NAACP's Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics is a yearlong achievement program designed to recruit, stimulate, and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students.

ACT-SO Sponsors: AT&T, PepsiCo, Chevron, Culinary Institute of America, CVS Health, Hyundai, Southwest.com, State Farm, UPS, Comcast, NBCUniversal, Hilton Worldwide, Nissan, Toyota, WalMart, Coca-Cola, Hyatt Regency, Sodexo, Target, Western Union Foundation, Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Artists United Philadelphia, Turner, the Walt Disney Company (Source: http://www.naacpconnect.org/pages/act-so-sponsors )


Economic Partner Organizations


Wells Fargo

Bank of America

Capital Area Asset Builders

Center for Responsible Living

Federal Trade Commission

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

Neighborworks America

National Foundation for Credit Counseling

Dunkin’ Brands

Source: http://www.naacp.org/pages/2741


NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Board of Directors


Hope Enterprise Corporation/Hope Credit Union

Byrd Retail Group, LLC

McGuire Woods Los Angeles

CBS Corporation

Williams & Connolly

The Sunlight Foundation

Akin Gump

Madstone Company, Inc.

Eland Capital Partners

The UNICEF Bridge Fund

Global Infrastructure Partners

Corporate Group Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP

National Basketball Players Association

JS Capital Management, LLC

VallotKarp Consulting, LLC.

Source: http://www.naacpldf.org/board

Companies Promoting the Bad Stuff on TV


Companies Promoting the Bad Stuff on TV

Sexual Content :

1.) McDonalds Corporation

2.) YUM! Brands

3.) Mars Inc.

4.) Colgate Palmolive Company

5.) Virgin Mobile Telecoms Limited

6.) Time Warner Inc.

7.) Sony Corp. of America

8.) Toyota Motor Sales Inc.

9.) Samsung Electronics America, Inc.

10.) Red Bull North America, Inc.

Suggestive Dialogue :

1.) McDonalds Corporation

2.) Subway Restaurants

3.) Target Corp.

4.) Kohl’s Corporation

5.) Sears, Roebuck and Co

6.) Unilever United States

7.) AT&T Corp.

8.) Verizon Communications

9.) Toyota Motor Sales Inc.

10.) Microsoft

Foul Language :

1.) McDonalds Corporation

2.) YUM! Brands

3.) L’Oreal USA, Inc.

4.) Verizon Communications

5.) Toyota Motor Sales Inc.

6.) Cablevision Systems Corporation

7.) Signet Group plc (Kay Jewelers)

8.) Capital One Financial Corporation

9.) H & R Block

10.) Hyundai

Violence :



1.) Subway Restaurants

2.) YUM! Brands

3.) Verizon Communications

4.) AT&T Corp.

5.) Sprint Corporation

6.) Burlington Industries, Inc.

7.) Daimler Chrysler Corporation

8.) Toyota Motor Sales Inc.

9.) General Motors Corp.

10.) Signet Group plc (Kay Jewelers)

Another list, also in 2014, though much later than the one above, also has more sponsors of bad programming.

Burger King

Yum! Brands: KFC, Taco Bell

Red Bull


Gap, Inc.: The Gap, Old Navy

Target


Johnson & Johnson: Aveeno, Visine, Splenda, Listerine, Clean & Clear

Unilever: Dove, Axe, Lipton, Suave, Vaseline, Hellmann’s

Mondelez International, Inc.: Trident, Wheat Thins, Sour Patch Kids, Tang, Ritz, Oreo, Nabisco

Kellogg’s: PopTarts, Eggo,

Nestlé: Gerber, Coffee Mate, Friskies, Purina, Hot Pockets, Stouffer’s

Microsoft

H&R Block

More Companies Promoting Bad Stuff on TV


Hardee's/Carl's Jr. (Source: http://onemillionmoms.com/current-campaigns/hardees-and-carls-jr-shows-no-respect-for-women/ )

Olive Garden Source: http://onemillionmoms.com/current-campaigns/tell-lucifer-sponsors-no-more-sympathy-for-the-devil/



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A Bunch of Leftwing Groups


(Note, some are more liberal than others)

#

Name

1

21st Century Democrats (21CD)

2

270 Strategies

3

350.org

4

9to5, National Association of Working Women (9 to 5)

5

A.J. Muste Memorial Institute (AJMMI)

6

AARP

7

Abolition 2000

8

Abu Nidal Organization (ANO)

9

Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)

10

Academics for Justice (AFJ)

11

ActBlue (AB)

12

Action LA (A LA)

13

Activate Royal Oak (ARO)

14

Activist San Diego (ASD)

15

Adalah

16

Adbusters Media Foundation (AMF)

17

Advancement Project (AP)

18

Advocacy Project (AP)

19

Agenda Project (AP)

20

Air America Radio (AAR)

21

Al Haramain Islamic Foundation (AHIF)

22

Al Jazeera (AJ)

23

al Qaeda (al Qaida)

24

Al Shamal Islamic Bank (ASIB)

25

Al-Aqsa Foundation (AAF)

26

Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades (AAMB)

27

Al-Aqsa TV

28

Al-Awda (aka Palestine Right to Return Coalition) (AA)

29

Al-Bireh Palestine Society (ABPS)

30

Al-Dameer Association for Human Rights

31

Al-Fatah (Fatah) (AF)

32

Al-Fatah Revolutionary Council (AFRC)

33

Al-Haq (AH)

34

Al-Maghrib Institute (AMI)

35

Al-Manar (Television) (AM)

36

Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights (AMCHR)

37

Al-Muhajiroun (AM)

38

Al-Talib (AT)

39

Alavi Foundation (AF)

40

All of Us or None (AUN)

41

All-African People's Revolutionary Party (A-APRP)

42

Alliance for Climate Protection (ACP)

43

Alliance for Global Justice (AGJ)

44

Alliance For Justice (AFJ)

45

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)

46

Alliance to Save Energy (ASE)

47

Alternative Tourism Group (ATG)

48

Alternatives, Action and Communication Network for International Development (aka Alternatives)

49

AlterNet

50

Amal (AM)

51

America Coming Together (ACT)

52

America Votes (AV)

53

America's Voice (AV)

54

American Association for Justice (AAJ)

55

American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

56

American Bar Association Commission on
Immigration Policy, Practice and Pro Bono (ABA)

57

American Bridge 21st Century (AB21)

58

American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

59

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

60

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACSLP)

61

American Dream Movement (ADM)

62

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

63

American Empire Project (AEP)

64

American Family Voices (AFV)

65

American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)

66

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

67

American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

68

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

69

American Immigration Council (AIC)

70

American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF)

71

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

72

American Independent News Network (AINN)

73

American Institute for Social Justice (AISJ)

74

American Library Association (ALA)

75

American Muslim Alliance (AMA)

76

American Muslim Association of North America (AMANA)

77

American Muslim Council (AMC)

78

American Muslim Union (AMU)

79

American Muslims for Global Peace and Justice (AMGPJ)

80

American Muslims for Jerusalem (AMJ)

81

American Muslims for Palestine (AMP)

82

American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA)

83

American Peace Crusade (APC)

84

American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA)

85

American Sociological Association (ASA)

86

American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP)

87

American Trust Publications (ATP)

88

American Youth Academy (AYA)

89

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

90

Americans Against Escalation in Iraq (AAEI)

91

Americans Against the Tea Party (AATP)

92

Americans for a Conservative Direction (ACD)

93

Americans for a Palestinian State (APS)

94

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

95

Americans for Justice in Palestine (AFJP)

96

Americans for Peace Now (APN)

97

Americans United (for Separation of Church and State) (AU)

98

Americans United For Change (AUFC)

99

AmeriCorps

100

Amnesty International (AI)

101

Animal Liberation Front (ALF)

102

Ansar al-Islam (AAI)

103

ANSWER Coalition

104

Antioch University (AU)

105

Apollo Alliance (AA)

106

Appeal For Redress (AFR)

107

Applied Research Center (ARC)

108

Applied Research Institute of Jerusalem (ARIJ)

109

Arab American Action Network (AAAN)

110

Arab American Institute (AAI)

111

Arab Association for Human Rights (aka. Human Rights Association) (AAHR)

112

Arab Bank (AB)

113

Arab Fedayeen Cells (AFC)

114

Arab Revolutionary Brigades (ARB)

115

Arcadia University (AU)

116

Ard el Atfal (AA)

117

Ard el Insan (AI)

118

Aris and Carolyn Anagnos Peace Center Foundation (ACAPCF)

119

Arizona State University (ASU)

120

Armed Islamic Group (GIA)

121

Arms Control Association (ACA)

122

Artists United to Win Without War (AUWWW)

123

As-Sabiqun (AS)

124

Aspen Institute (AI)

125

Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA)

126

Association for the Defense of the Rights of the Internally Displaced (ADRID)

127

Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN)

128

Association of Muslim Clergy (AMC)

129

Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers (AMSE)

130

Association of Muslim Social Scientists of North America (AMSS)

131

Astorians for Peace and Justice (APJ)

132

Atlas Project (AP)

133

Audio-Visual Center (AVC)

134

Avaaz.org

135

Backbone Campaign (BC)

136

Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights (aka Badil)

137

Baitul Mal Inc. (BMI)

138

Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

139

Ball State University (BSU)

140

Ballot Initiative Strategy Center (BISC)

141

Bard College (BC)

142

Barnard College (BC)

143

Battleground Texas (BT)

144

Bend The Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice (BTA)

145

Benevolence International Foundation (BIF)

146

Betselem (B'tselem)

147

Bilal Islamic Center (BIC)

148

Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC)

149

Birthright Unplugged (BU)

150

Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

151

Black Bloc

152

Black Commentator (BC)

153

Black June

154

Black Lives Matter (BLM)

155

Black Panther Party (BPP)

156

Black Radical Congress (BRC)

157

Black September

158

Blue Green Alliance (BGA)

159

Blueprint North Carolina (BNC)

160

Boise State University (BSU)

161

Boko Haram (BH)

162

Border Action Network (BAN)

163

Boston Globe (BG)

164

Boston to Palestine (B2P)

165

Bowdoin College

166

Bowling Green State University (BGSU)

167

Brandeis University (BU)

168

Brave New Films (BNF)

169

Brennan Center for Justice (BCJ)

170

Bring Them Home Now (BTHN)

171

Brit Tzedek v`Shalom (BTS)

172

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

173

Brookings Institution (BI)

174

Brooklyn College (BC)

175

Brown University (BU)

176

Bucknell University (BU)

177

Buffalo Six (Lackawanna Six) (BS)

178

Building One America (BOA)

179

Business Forward (BF)

180

By Any Means Necessary (BAMN)

181

C.W. Post College (CWP)

182

California State University (CSU)

183

California Teachers Association (CTA)

184

Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC)

185

Campaign for a New American Policy on Iran (CNAPI)

186

Campaign for America's Future (CAF)

187

Campaign for Better Health Care (CBHC)

188

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)

189

Campaign for Peace and Democracy (CPD)

190

Campaign for Youth Justice (CFYJ)

191

Campaign to End Obesity (CEO)

192

Campus Progress (CP)

193

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)

194

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

195

Caritas Internationalis (CI)

196

Carter Center (CC)

197

CASA de Maryland

198

Catalist

199

Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD)

200

Catholic Democrats (CD)

201

Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA)

202

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)

203

Catholic Worker Movement (CWM)

204

Catholics For Choice (CFC)

205

Catholics For Obama (CFO)

206

Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good (CACG)

207

Catholics United (CU)

208

Center for American Progress (CAP)

209

Center for Campus Free Speech (CCFS)

210

Center for Climate Strategies (CCS)

211

Center for Community Change (CCC)

212

Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR)

213

Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)

214

Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)

215

Center for Independent Media (CIM)

216

Center for Media and Democracy (CMD)

217

Center for New Community (CNC)

218

Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine (CPAP)

219

Center for Popular Democracy (CPD)

220

Center for Progressive Leadership (CPL)

221

Center for Public Justice (CPJ)

222

Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR)

223

Center for Responsible Lending (CRL)

224

Center for Social Inclusion (CSI)

225

Center for Study of Responsive Law (CSRL)

226

Center for the Advancement of Women (CAW)

227

Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID)

228

Center for Women's Policy Studies (CWPS)

229

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP)

230

Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS)

231

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)

232

Central Connecticut State University (CCSU)

233

Centro Campesino (CC)

234

Centro Campesino Farmworker Center (CCFC)

235

Change America Now (CAN)

236

Change to Win (CTW)

237

Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC)

238

Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX)

239

Chicago Mass Action (CMA)

240

Children's Defense Fund (CDF)

241

Choice USA

242

Choices in Community Giving (CCG)

243

Christian Aid (CA)

244

Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT)

245

Christic Institute (CI)

246

Church Women United (CWU)

247

Citizen Action (CA)

248

Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition (C/LEC)

249

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW)

250

City University of New York (CUNY)

251

Civis Analytics (CA)

252

Class War Federation (CWF)

253

Classroom Struggle (CS)

254

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE)

255

Climate Reality Project (CRP)

256

ClimateWorks Foundation (CWF)

257

Cloward-Piven Strategy (CPS)

258

Club For Degrowth (CFD)

259

Club of Rome (COR)

260

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

261

Coalition for Peace in the Middle East (CPME)

262

Coalition for the Human Rights of Immigrants (CHRI)

263

Coalition for World Peace (CWP)

264

Coalition of Women for Peace (CWP)

265

Coalition on Human Needs (CHN)

266

Code For Progress (CFP)

267

Code Pink: Women for Peace

268

Colgate University (CU)

269

College of DuPage (CDP)

270

Color of Change (COC)

271

Color of Democracy Project (CDP)

272

Colorado State University (CSU)

273

Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

274

Columbia School of Journalism (CSJ)

275

Columbia University (CU)

276

Columbus Progressive Alliance (aka Progressive Peace Coalition) (CPA/PPC)

277

Committee for Justice in Palestine (CJP)

278

Committee for the World Congress Against War (WCAW)

279

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

280

Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS)

281

Common Cause (CC)

282

Common Purpose Project (CPP)

283

CommonDreams (CD)

284

Commonwealth Information Security Center (CISC)

285

Communist Party USA (CPUSA)

286

Concordia College (CC)

287

Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)

288

Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC)

289

Constitution Project (CP)

290

Copenhagen Climate Council (CCC)

291

Cornell Forum for Justice and Peace (CFJP)

292

Cornell University (CU)

293

Cornell University Peace Studies Program (PSP)

294

Correct The Record (CTR)

295

Council for a Livable World (CLW)

296

Council for American Job Growth (CAJG)

297

Council for the National Interest (CNI)

298

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

299

Council on Islamic Education (CIE)

300

CounterPunch

301

Crazies

302

Creation Care (CC)

303

Creative Coalition (TCC)

304

Critical Resistance (CR)

305

Cry Justice! (CJ)

306

Cultures of Resistance (CoR)

307

Current TV (CTV)

308

Daily Kos (DK)

309

Dar al-Maal al-Islami (DMI)

310

Dartmouth College (DC)

311

David Suzuki Foundation (DSF)

312

Dayton University (DU)

313

Deep Dish Television Network (DDTV)

314

Defend Education (DE)

315

Defenders of Wildlife (DOW)

316

Defending Religious Freedom, Understanding Sharia (DRFUS)

317

Defense for Children International/Palestine Section (DCI-P)

318

Deir Yassin Remembered (DYR)

319

Democracia USA (D-USA)

320

Democracy 21 (D21)

321

Democracy Alliance (DA)

322

Democracy For America (DFA)

323

Democracy Initiative (DI)

324

Democracy Matters (DM)

325

Democracy Now! (DN)

326

Democracy Rising (DR)

327

Democracy Spring (DS)

328

Democratic Grassroots Action Institute & Network (DGAIN)

329

Democratic Justice Fund (DJF)

330

Democratic Party (DP)

331

Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)

332

Democratic Underground (DU)

333

Demos

334

Department for International Development (DFID)

335

DePaul University (DU)

336

Deport Racism 2016

337

Direct Action & Research Training Center (DART)

338

Disarm The NYPD

339

Disarm/Global Health Partners (DGHP)

340

Dissent Magazine

341

Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF)

342

Don't Shoot Coalition (DSC)

343

Dream Defenders (DD)

344

Drum Major Institute for Public Policy (DMI)

345

Duke University (DU)

346

DukeDivest

347

duPont Award

348

Earth Action Network (EAN)

349

Earth Day Network (EDN)

350

Earth First! (EF)

351

Earth Island Institute (EII)

352

Earth Liberation Front (ELF)

353

Earthjustice (EJ)

354

EarthSave International (ESI)

355

EarthShare

356

Eastern Michigan University (EMU)

357

Eastern Tennessee State University (ETSU)

358

Economic Policy Institute (EPI)

359

Ecotrust

360

Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI)

361

Educators' Network for Social Justice (ENSJ)

362

Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ)

363

Egyptian Revolution (ER)

364

Eighth Day Justice Center (8th Day Center for Justice) (EDJC)

365

Electronic Intifada (EI)

366

Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

367

Ella Baker Center for Human Rights (EBC)

368

Emerald Cities Collaborative (ECC)

369

EMERGE USA

370

EMILY's List (EL)

371

Emory University (EU)

372

Energy Action Coalition (EAC)

373

Enroll America (EA)

374

Environmental Defense (ED)

375

Environmental Media Services (EMS)

376

Environmental Working Group (EWG)

377

Environmentalists Against War (EAW)

378

Episcopal Church

379

Equal Justice USA (EJUSA)

380

Erikson Institute (EI)

381

Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN)

382

European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR)

383

European Union (EU)

384

Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN)

385

Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)

386

Fair Vote (FV)

387

Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR)

388

Faisal Islamic Bank (FIB)

389

Faith in Public Life (FPL)

390

Faithful America (FA)

391

Faithful Resistance (FR)

392

Families USA (F-USA)

393

Fatah (al-Fatah) (AF)

394

Fatah Revolutionary Council (AFRC)

395

Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF)

396

Fenton Communications (FC)

397

Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA)

398

Florida Atlantic University (FAU)

399

Florida State University (FSU)

400

Focus on American and Arab Interests and Relations (FAAIR)

401

Food First (FF)

402

Food Not Bombs (FNB)

403

Foundation for Conscious Evolution (FCE)

404

Foundation for Human Rights and Freedom and Humanitarian Relief (IHH)

405

Foundation for International Development (FID)

406

Foundation for Islamic Education (FIE)

407

Four Freedoms Fund (FFF)

408

Fourth Freedom Forum (FFF)

409

Fox Valley Peace Coalition (FVPC)

410

Free Exchange on Campus (FEC)

411

Free Gaza Movement (FGM)

412

Free Palestine Alliance (FPA)

413

Free Press (FP)

414

Free Speech TV (FSTV)

415

Free The Children (FTC)

416

Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)

417

Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO)

418

Freedom Socialist Party (FSP)

419

Friends for a Non-Violent World (FNVW)

420

Friends of Democracy (FOD)

421

Friends of the Earth (FOE)

422

Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP)

423

Funding Exchange (FEX)

424

FWD.us

425

Gamaliel Foundation (GF)

426

Gamechanger Salon

427

Gathering For Justice (GFJ)

428

Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

429

Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

430

General Investment Management (GIM)

431

Generation Progress (GP)

432

Generational Alliance (GA)

433

George Washington University (GWU)

434

Georgetown University (GU)

435

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) (GT)

436

Gisha: Center for the Legal Protection of Freedom of Movement (GCLPFM)

437

Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA)

438

Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (GCRP)

439

Global Exchange (GE)

440

Global Green USA (GGUSA)

441

Global Relief Foundation (GRF)

442

Global Studies Departments and Programs (GSDP)

443

Gold Star Families for Peace (GSFP)

444

GRACE Communications Foundation (GCF) (Formerly: Global Resource Action Center for the Environment)

445

Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences (GSISS)

446

GrantMakers Without Borders (GWB)

447

Grassroots Campaigns (GC)

448

Grassroots International (GRI)

449

Green Cross International (GCI)

450

Green For All (GFA)

451

Green Party of the United States (GPUSA)

452

Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts (GRPM)

453

Greenlining Institute (GI)

454

Greenpeace (GP)

455

Group of 88 (Duke)

456

Guantanamo Human Rights Commission (GHRC)

457

Habitat International Coalition (HIC)

458

Hamas

459

HaMoked — Center for the Defense of the Individual (HM)

460

Harper's Magazine (HM)

461

Harvard Islamic Society (HIS)

462

Harvard University (HU)

463

Hate Hurts America Interfaith and Community Coalition (HHA)

464

Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG)

465

Health Care for America Now (HCAN)

466

Health, Development, Information and Policy Institute (HDIPI)

467

Healthcare-NOW (H-NOW)

468

Hebron Restoration Committee (HRC)

469

Help The Needy (HTN)

470

Hezbollah (Hizbollah)

471

Hispanic Federation (HF)

472

Historians Against the War (HAW)

473

Hizb Waed (HW)

474

Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HUT)

475

Holy Cross College (College of the Holy Cross) (HCC)

476

Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF)

477

Holy Land Trust (HLT)

478

Huffington Post (HP)

479

Human Appeal International (HAI)

480

Human Rights Campaign (HRC)

481

Human Rights First (HRF)

482

Human Rights Watch (HRW)

483

Human Service Employees Registration and Voter Education Fund (Human SERVE)

484

Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)

485

Humanitarian Law Project (HLP)

486

Husayn Suicide Squads (HSS)

487

I'lam (Il)

488

I-Witness Video (IWV)

489

If Americans Knew (IAK)

490

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR)

491

Imagining America (IA)

492

Immigrant Defense Project (IDP)

493

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

494

Immigrant Rights Project (of the ACLU)

495

Immigrant Solidarity Network (ISN)

496

Immigrant Workers Citizenship Project (IWCP)

497

Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride Coalition (IWFRC)

498

Immigration Advocates Network (IAN)

499

Immigration Law Clinic (ILC)

500

Immigration Policy Center (IPC)

501

In Defense of Freedom (IDF)

502

Independent Media Center (Indymedia) (IMC)

503

Independent Media Institute (IMI)

504

Independent Progressive Politics Network (IPPN)

505

Indiana University (IU)

506

Indoctrination Lobby (IL)

507

Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF)

508

Insani Yardim Vakfi (IYV)

509

Insight Prison Project (IPP)

510

Institute for America's Future (IAF)

511

Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (IDDS)

512

Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First)

513

Institute for Global Communications (IGC)

514

Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)

515

Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)

516

Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA)

517

Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR)

518

Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (IIASA)

519

Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA)

520

Institute on Religion and Civic Values (IRCV, formerly the Council on Islamic Education)

521

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ)

522

International Action Center (IAC)

523

International ANSWER

524

International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL)

525

International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT)

526

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC)

527

International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRP)

528

International Commission of Jurists (ICJ)

529

International Criminal Court (ICC)

530

International Crisis Group (ICG)

531

International Development Exchange (IDEX)

532

International Endowment for Democracy (IED)

533

International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH)

534

International Federation Terre des Hommes (IFTDH)

535

International Institute for Peace (IIP)

536

International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)

537

International Islamic Committee for Woman and Child (IICWC)

538

International Islamic Council for Da'wa and Relief (IICDR)

539

International Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders (IIFJ)

540

International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO)

541

International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES)

542

International Peace Bureau (IPB)

543

International Progress Organization (IPO)

544

International Socialist Organization (ISO)

545

International Solidarity Movement (ISM)

546

Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO)

547

Iraq Action Coalition (IAC)

548

Iraq Occupation Watch (IOW)

549

Iraq Peace Fund (IPF)

550

Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW)

551

ISAIAH (IS)

552

Islamic Academy of Florida (IAF)

553

Islamic Amal (IA)

554

Islamic American Relief Agency (IARA)

555

Islamic American University (IAU)

556

Islamic Assembly of North America (IANA)

557

Islamic Association (IA)

558

Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP)

559

Islamic Book Service (IBS)

560

Islamic Center of America (ICA)

561

Islamic Center of Raleigh (ICR)

562

Islamic Centers Division (ICD)

563

Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)

564

Islamic Committee for Palestine (ICP)

565

Islamic Education Department (IED)

566

Islamic Foundation of America (IFA)

567

Islamic Front (IF)

568

Islamic Group (aka Al-Gama'a Al-Islamiyya) (IG)

569

Islamic Housing Cooperative (IHC)

570

Islamic Information Center of America (IICA)

571

Islamic Jihad (IJ)

572

Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA)

573

Islamic Movement (IM)

574

Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW)

575

Islamic Resistance (IR)

576

Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA)

577

Islamic Society of Baltimore (ISB)

578

Islamic Society of Boston (ISB)

579

Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

580

Islamic State (IS, ISIS, ISIL)

581

Islamic Struggle Movement (ISM)

582

Islamic Teaching Center (ITC)

583

Islamic Thinkers Society (ITS)

584

Islamic Truth Group (ITG)

585

Islamic Unity Movement (IUM)

586

ISNA Political Awareness Committee (ISNA PAC)

587

Israel Policy Forum (IPF)

588

Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD)

589

Ithaca College (IC)

590

Ittijah (IT)

591

iVote

592

Izaak Walton League of America (IWL)

593

J Street

594

Jamaat-e-Islami (JI)

595

Jenin, Jenin

596

Jerusalem Media and Communications Center (JMCC)

597

Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace (JAJP)

598

Jewish Funds for Justice (JFSJ)

599

Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)

600

Jews Against The Occupation (JATO)

601

Jews For a Free Palestine (JFFP)

602

Jews For a Just Peace (JFJP)

603

John Adams Project (JAP)

604

Johns Hopkins University Muslim Association (JHUMA)

605

Journolist

606

Juniata College (JC)

607

Justice At Stake (JAS)

608

Justice League NYC (JLNYC)

609

KAIROS Canada

610

Kent State University (KSU)

611

Kids vs. Global Warming (KGW)

612

KindHearts (KH)

613

Korea Truth Commission (KTC)

614

La Raza Unida (LRU)

615

La Tierra Es De Todos (The Earth Is For All) (LT)

616

La Voz de Aztlán (The Voice of Aztlán) (VA)

617

Lackawanna Six (Buffalo Six)

618

Lambda Legal (LL)

619

Lashkar-I-Taiba (LT)

620

Latin American Youth Center (LAYC)

621

LatinoJustice PRLDF (LJ) (Formerly the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund)

622

LAW (The Palestinian Society for the Protection of Human Rights and the Environment) (LAW)

623

Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ)

624

Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCR)

625

Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy (LCNP)

626

Leadership Center for the Common Good (LCCG)

627

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCHR)

628

Leadership Conference on Women Religious (LCWR)

629

League of Conservation Voters (LCV)

630

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

631

League of Women Voters (LWV)

632

League of Young Voters (LYV)

633

Leave My Child Alone (LMCA)

634

Lebanese Islamic Resistance Front (LIRF)

635

Left Forum (LF)

636

Left Turn (LT)

637

Left, Right, and Center Radio (LRC)

638

Leftbooks

639

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children (LSPC)

640

Let's Be One Hand (LBOH)

641

Let's Fix This Country (LFTC)

642

LewRockwell.com (LR)

643

Living Cities (LC)

644

Los Angeles Peace Center (LAPC)

645

Los Angeles Times (LAT)

646

Machsom Watch (MW)

647

MADRE (MA)

648

Maine Funders for Change (MFC)

649

Malaysian Islamic Study Group (MISG)

650

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM)

651

Malia - Collective of Italian American Women (CIAW)

652

Manchester Community College (MCC)

653

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)

654

MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil de Chicanos de Aztlan)

655

Medecins du Monde (MDM)

656

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)

657

Media Consortium (MC)

658

Media Fund (MF)

659

Media Matters for America (MMFA)

660

Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP)

661

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)

662

Mercy Corps (MC)

663

Mercy International (MI)

664

Metropolitan State College of Denver (MSCD)

665

Mexica Movement (MM)

666

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

667

Mexican American Youth Organization (MAYO)

668

Mexican-American Coalition for Immigration Reform (MXACIR or Coalition MX-A)

669

Mexico Solidarity Network (MSN)

670

Meyer, Suozzi, English and Klein, PC

671

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund (MFV)

672

Miami University of Ohio (U Miami) (UM)

673

Michigan State University (MSU)

674

Mid South Commission to Build Philanthropy (MSCBP)

675

Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA)

676

Middle East NGOs Gateway Project (MENGOS)

677

Middle East Studies Association (MESA)

678

Midwest Academy (MA)

679

MIFTAH

680

Migration Policy Institute (MPI)

681

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO)

682

Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF)

683

Millions More Movement (MMM)

684

Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)

685

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV)

686

MomsRising (MR)

687

Monthly Review (MR)

688

MORE HOT SPOTS

689

Mosque Foundation (MF)

690

Mother Jones Magazine (MJM)

691

Mothers and Others for a Livable Planet (MOLP)

692

Movement for a Democratic Society (MDS)

693

Movement Strategy Center (MSC)

694

MoveOn (MO)

695

Moving Ideas Network (MIN)

696

Ms. Foundation for Women (MFW)

697

Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK)

698

Music For America (MFA)

699

Muslim Action Forum (MAF)

700

Muslim Alliance of North America (MANA)

701

Muslim American Homeland Security Congress (MAHSC)

702

Muslim American Society (MAS)

703

Muslim Arab Youth Association (MAYA)

704

Muslim Brotherhood (MB)

705

Muslim Businessmen Association (MBA)

706

Muslim Communities Association (MCA)

707

Muslim Communities Association of South Florida (MCASF)

708

Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)

709

Muslim Student Union—UC Irvine (MSU UCI)

710

Muslim Students Association of the U.S. and Canada (MSA)

711

Muslim Students Association—Brown University (BMSA)

712

Muslim Students Association—Columbia University (MSA CU)

713

Muslim Students Association—Emory University (MSA EU)

714

Muslim Students Association—Florida State University (MSA-FSU)

715

Muslim Students Association—George Washington University (GWMSA)

716

Muslim Students Association—Michigan State University (MSA MSU)

717

Muslim Students Association—Ohio State University (OSU-MSA)

718

Muslim Students Association—Pennsylvania State University (MSA PSU)

719

Muslim Students Association—Princeton University (MSA PU)

720

Muslim Students Association—Queensborough Community College (QCC-MSA)

721

Muslim Students Association—Rutgers University (RU-MSA)

722

Muslim Students Association—Temple University (MSA TU)

723

Muslim Students Association—Towson University (MSA-TU)

724

Muslim Students Association—University of California at Los Angeles (MSA UCLA)

725

Muslim Students Association—University of California at Berkeley (MSA UCB)

726

Muslim Students Association—University of California at Davis (MSA-UCD)

727

Muslim Students Association—University of California at San Diego (UCSD-MSA)

728

Muslim Students Association—University of California at Santa Barbara (MSA UCSB)

729

Muslim Students Association—University of California at Santa Cruz (MSA-UCSC)

730

Muslim Students Association—University of Michigan (MSA UM)

731

Muslim Students Association—University of North Carolina (MSA-UNC)

732

Muslim Students Association—University of Pennsylvania (MSA UP)

733

Muslim Students Association—University of Southern California (MSA USC)

734

Muslim Students Association—University of Wisconsin (MSA UW)

735

Muslim Students Association—University of Wyoming (MSA-UW)

736

Muslim Students Association—Vanderbilt University (VMSA)

737

Muslim Students Association—Virginia Commonwealth University (MSA VCU)

738

Muslim Students Association—Wright State University (MSA WSU)

739

Muslim World League (MWL)

740

Muslim Youth Camps of America (MYCA)

741

Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA)

742

Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth (MUJCA-NET)

743

Muslims in American Public Square (MAPS)

744

Nakithoun (NK)

745

NARAL Pro-Choice America

746

Nation Books (NB)

747

Nation of Islam (NOI)

748

National Abortion Federation (NAF)

749

National Action Network (NAN)

750

National Alliance for Choice in Giving (NACG)

751

National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC)

752

National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME)

753

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

754

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)

755

National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund (NALEO EF)

756

National Association of Muslim Chaplains (NAMC)

757

National Book Awards (NBA)

758

National Capital Immigration Coalition (NCIC)

759

National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC)

760

National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP)

761

National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom (NCPPF)

762

National Coalition to Repeal the Patriot Act (NCRPA)

763

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)

764

National Committee for Voting Integrity (NCVI)

765

National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE)

766

National Council for Research on Women (NCRW)

767

National Council of Arab Americans (NCA)

768

National Council of Churches (NCC)

769

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

770

National Council of Women's Organizations (NCWO)

771

National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)

772

National Education Association (NEA)

773

National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (NECLC)

774

National Immigrant Solidarity Network (NISN)

775

National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA)

776

National Immigration Forum (NIF)

777

National Immigration Law Center (NILC)

778

National Islamic Prison Foundation (NIPF)

779

National Jobs for All Coalition (NJAC)

780

National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC)

781

National Lawyers Guild (NLG)

782

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR)

783

National Network of Grantmakers (NNG)

784

National Organization for Women (NOW)

785

National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA)

786

National Partnership for Women and Families (NPWF)

787

National Peace Foundation (NPF)

788

National People's Action (NPA)

789

National Priorities Project (NPP)

790

National Public Radio (NPR)

791

National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT)

792

National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE)

793

National Security Archive (NSA)

794

National Urban League (NUL)

795

National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO)

796

National Welfare Rights Union (NWRU)

797

National Wildlife Federation (NWF)

798

National Women's Health Network (NWHN)

799

National Women's Law Center (NWLC)

800

National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC)

801

Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

802

Nature Conservancy (TNC)

803

NDN (formerly the New Democrat Network)

804

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA)

805

Netroots

806

Netroots Nation (NN)

807

Neturei Karta (NK)

808

Network of Spiritual Progressives (NSP)

809

NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

810

New America Foundation (NAF)

811

New American Movement (NAM)

812

New Black Panther Party (NBPP)

813

New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good (NEP)

814

New Israel Fund (NIF)

815

New Jersey Solidarity — Activists for the Liberation of Palestine (NJS)

816

New Leaders Council (NLC)

817

New Left Review (NLR)

818

New Organizing Institute (NOI)

819

New Party (NP)

820

New Policy Institute (NPI)

821

New Politics Institute (NPI)

822

New Priorities Network (NPN)

823

New Profile (NP)

824

New Progressive Coalition (NPC)

825

New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City (NSC)

826

New Sanctuary Movement (NSM) (Sanctuary 2014)

827

New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC)

828

New York Progressive Network (NYPN)

829

New York Times (NYT)

830

New York Times Company (NYTC)

831

NewsCorpWatch (NCW)

832

Nicaragua Network (NN)

833

No Draft, No Way! (NDNW)

834

No Labels (NL)

835

No More Deaths (NMD)

836

Nobel Peace Prize (NPP)

837

Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP)

838

North American Animal Liberation Press Office (NAALPO)

839

North American Imams Federation (NAIF)

840

North American Islamic Trust (NAIT)

841

Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists (NEFAC)

842

Not In Our Name (NION)

843

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF)

844

Oberlin College (OC)

845

Occidental College (OC)

846

Occupy Wall Street (OWS)

847

October 2011 (O-2011)

848

Office Of the Americas (OOA)

849

Ohio State University (OSU)

850

Older Women's League (OWL)

851

Olive Tree Initiative (OTI)

852

One Nation Working Together (ONWT)

853

One Voice International (OVI)

854

OneAmerica

855

Open Left (OL)

856

Oppressed of the Earth Organization (OEO)

857

Oregon Six (OS)

858

Organization of American Historians (OAH)

859

Organization of Jund al Haq (OJAH)

860

Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America (OSPAAAL)

861

Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC)

862

Organizers' Forum (OF)

863

Organizing For Action (OFA)

864

Organizing For America (OFA)

865

Out of Iraq Congressional Caucus (OICC)

866

Overthrow.com (OT)

867

Oxfam International (OI)

868

Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic (PELC)

869

Pacific Educational Group (PEG)

870

Pacifica Radio (PR)

871

Palestine Children's Relief Fund (PCRF)

872

Palestine Children's Welfare Fund (PCWF)

873

Palestine Freedom Project (PFP)

874

Palestine Media Center (PMC)

875

Palestine Media Watch (PMW)

876

Palestine Revolutionary Council (PRC)

877

Palestine Right to Return Coalition (aka Al-Awda) (AA)

878

Palestine Solidarity Movement (PSM)

879

Palestine-Israel Justice Project (PIJP)

880

Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA)

881

Palestinian Authority (PA)

882

Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee (BDS)

883

Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PCACBI)

884

Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR)

885

Palestinian Environmental NGOs Network (PENGON)

886

Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ)

887

Palestinian NGO Network (PNGO)

888

Palestinian Youth Association for Leadership and Rights Activation (PYALARA)

889

Paper Tiger Television (PTTV)

890

Partners For Peace (PFP)

891

Partnership for Civil Justice Legal Defense and Education Fund (PCJ-LDEF)

892

Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL)

893

Party of God Collectivity (PGC)

894

Pax Christi International (PCI)

895

Pax Christi USA (PCUSA)

896

Peabody Awards (PA)

897

Peace Action Network (PAN)

898

Peace and Freedom Party (PFP)

899

Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA)

900

Peace and Security Funders Group (PSFG)

901

Peace Majority (PM)

902

Peace Majority Report (PMR)

903

Peace No War (PNW)

904

Peace Now (PN)

905

Peace Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association (PPD-APA)

906

Peace Strategies Fund (PSF)

907

Peace Studies Departments and Programs (PSDP)

908

Peaceful Tomorrows (PT)

909

Pearl Jam (PJ)

910

Pennsylvania State University (PSU)

911

People for the American Way (PFAW)

912

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

913

People Improving Communities Through Organizing (PICO)

914

People Judge Bush (PJB)

915

People's College of Law (PCL)

916

Pepperdine University (PU)

917

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)

918

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR)

919

Physicians for Human Rights - Israel (PHR-I)

920

Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)

921

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA)

922

Planners Network (PN)

923

Ploughshares Fund (PF)

924

Plowshares

925

Political Research Associates (PRA)

926

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP)

927

Population Connection (Zero Population Growth) (PC-ZPG)

928

Portland Seven

929

Portland Six (PS)

930

Prairie Fire Organizing Committee (PFOC)

931

Prepare New York (PNY)

932

Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA)

933

Presbyterians for Earth Care (PEC)

934

Presidential Climate Action Project (PCAP)

935

Prince Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (PACMCU)

936

Princeton University (PU)

937

Priorities USA (P-USA)

938

Priorities, Inc. (PI)

939

Prison Moratorium Project (PMP)

940

Progressive America Rising (PAR)

941

Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC)

942

Progressive Democrats of America (PDA)

943

Progressive Los Angeles Network (PLAN)

944

Progressive Majority (PM)

945

Progressive Peace Coalition (aka Columbus Progressive Alliance) (PPC/CPA)

946

Progressive Policy Institute (PPI)

947

Progressive States Network (PSN)

948

Progressive Strategies, LLC (PS)

949

Progressive USA (PUSA)

950

Progressives For Obama (PFO)

951

ProgressNow (PN)

952

Project Abolition (PA)

953

Project Vote (PV)

954

ProPublica (PP)

955

Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PSR)

956

Public Allies (PA)

957

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

958

Public Campaign (PC)

959

Public Citizen (PC)

960

Public Justice (PJ)

961

Public Justice Center (PJC)

962

Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF)

963

Pulitzer Prize (PP)

964

PunkVoter.com (PV)

965

R.E.M. (REM)

966

Rabita Trust (RT)

967

Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism (RT)

968

Racial Justice Collaborative (RJC)

969

Radical Women (RW)

970

RadioNation (RN)

971

Raging Grannies (RG)

972

Rainbow / PUSH Coalition (R/PC)

973

Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

974

Rainforest Alliance (RA)

975

Rational Games, Inc. (RGI)

976

Re:Gender (RG)

977

Ready For Hillary (RFH)

978

Rebuild and Renew America Now (aka Unity `09) (RRAN)

979

Rebuild The Dream (RTD)

980

Rebuilding Alliance (RA)

981

Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA)

982

Reform Immigration for America (RI4A)

983

Reformers of Hizb-ut-Tahrir (RHUT)

984

Refuse & Resist! (R&R!)

985

Regeneration Project (RP)

986

Religions For Peace (RFP)

987

Religions For Peace USA (RFPUSA)

988

Res Publica (RP)

989

Research & Degrowth (R&D)

990

Resource Center of the Americas (RCA)

991

Resources For the Future (RFF)

992

Respect — The Unity Coalition (R-TUC)

993

Rethinking Schools (RS)

994

Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP)

995

Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade (RCYB)

996

Revolutionary Council of Fatah (RCF)

997

Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (RIM)

998

Revolutionary Justice Organization (RJO)

999

Revolutionary Organization of Socialist Muslims (ROSM)

1000

Rhode Island College — School of Social Work (RIC-SSW)

1001

RighteousJews.org

1002

Rights and Democracy (R&D)

1003

Rock the Vote (RTV)

1004

Rockefeller Financial Services (RFS)

1005

Roger Williams University (RWU)

1006

Ruckus Society (RS)

1007

Rutgers University (RU)

1008

SAAR Foundation (SAFA Trust Group) (SAAR)

1009

Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center (Sabeel) (SELTC)

1010

Saint Olaf College (SOC)

1011

Salsa Labs (SL)

1012

San Francisco State University (SFSU)

1013

Sanctuary 2014 (New Sanctuary Movement)

1014

Save the Children Fund (SCF)

1015

Scholars for 9/11 Truth (S9/11T)

1016

School of the Americas Watch (SOAW)

1017

Scientists and Engineers for Change (SEC)

1018

Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR)

1019

Secretary of State Project (SOSP)

1020

Sentencing Project (SP)

1021

September 11th Advocates (9/11 A)

1022

September 11th Families For Peaceful Tomorrows (9/11 FPT)

1023

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

1024

Shadow Party (SP)

1025

Sierra Club (SC)

1026

Smith College

1027

Social Justice Leadership (SJL)

1028

Socialist Scholars Conference (SSC)

1029

Sojourners

1030

Solidarity

1031

Solidarity USA (SUSA)

1032

SourceWatch (SW)

1033

South Bay Mobilization (SBM)

1034

South Carolina Progressive Network (SCPN)

1035

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)

1036

Southern Illinois University (SIU)

1037

Southern Methodist University (SMU)

1038

Southern Oregon Progressive Network (SOPN)

1039

Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)

1040

Southwest Alliance to Resist Militarization (SWARM)

1041

Speakers for Muslim Student Groups

1042

St. Louis University (SLU)

1043

Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM)

1044

Stanford University (SU)

1045

State Voices (SV)

1046

Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN)

1047

Strategic Consulting Group (SCG)

1048

Student Liberation Action Collective (SLAC)

1049

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

1050

Student Peace Action Network (SPAN)

1051

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS, founded 1959)

1052

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS, founded 2006)

1053

Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)

1054

Supporters of the Islamic League (SIL)

1055

SUSTAIN (Stop US Tax-funded Aid to Israel Now) (SUSTAIN)

1056

Swarthmore College (SC)

1057

Swedish International Development Corporation Agency (SIDA)

1058

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)

1059

Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA)

1060

Ta'ayush (TA)

1061

Take The Square (TTS)

1062

Talibah International Aid Association (TIAA)

1063

Talking Transition (TT)

1064

Tamiment Library (TL)

1065

Tanzim

1066

Teach For America (TFA)

1067

Teachers for Social Justice (TSJ)

1068

Teaching For Change (TFC)

1069

Teaching Tolerance (TT)

1070

Techrocks (TR)

1071

Temple University (TU)

1072

The American Prospect, Inc. (TAP)

1073

The Nation (TN)

1074

The Nation Institute (TNI)

1075

The Organizing Group (TOG)

1076

The Other 98% (TO98)

1077

The Progressive (TP)

1078

Think Progress (TP)

1079

Thomas Merton Center (TMC)

1080

Thunder Road Group (TRG)

1081

Tikkun

1082

TomDispatch (TD)

1083

Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research (TFPFR)

1084

Traprock Peace Center (TPC)

1085

Troops Out Now Coalition (TONC)

1086

TrueMajority (TM)

1087

Trust for Public Land (TPL)

1088

U.S. Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI)

1089

U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation (USCEIO)

1090

U.S. Civil Rights Commission (USCRC)

1091

U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN)

1092

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)

1093

U.S. Peace Council (USPC)

1094

U.S. Public Interest Research Group (USPIRG)

1095

U.S. To Gaza (USTG)

1096

Union of Arab Student Associations (UASA)

1097

Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)

1098

Union of Good (UG)

1099

Union of Palestinian Medical Relief Committees (UPMRC)

1100

UNITE HERE! (UH)

1101

United Association for Studies and Research (UASR)

1102

United Church of Christ (UCC)

1103

United Food & Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)

1104

United for a Fair Economy (UFE)

1105

United For Peace and Justice (UFPJ)

1106

United Methodist Church (UMC)

1107

United Nations (UN)

1108

United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

1109

United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR)

1110

United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)

1111

United Nations Oil-for-Food Program (UNOFF)

1112

United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)

1113

United Nations World Conference Against Racism (UNWCAR)

1114

United States Student Association (USSA)

1115

United We Dream (UWD)

1116

Universal Health Care Action Network (UHCAN)

1117

Universal Heritage Foundation (UHF)

1118

University of Arizona (UA)

1119

University of California Divestment Campaign (UCDC)

1120

University of California, Berkeley (UCB)

1121

University of California, Irvine (UCI)

1122

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

1123

University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)

1124

University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC)

1125

University of Cincinnati (UC)

1126

University of Colorado (UC)

1127

University of Delaware (UD)

1128

University of Florida (UF)

1129

University of Georgia (UGA)

1130

University of Maine (UM)

1131

University of Massachusetts (U Mass)

1132

University of Michigan (UM)

1133

University of Minnesota (UM)

1134

University of Missouri (UM)

1135

University of Montana (UM)

1136

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

1137

University of New Mexico (UNM)

1138

University of North Carolina (UNC)

1139

University of Notre Dame (UND)

1140

University of Pennsylvania (U Penn)

1141

University of South Florida (USF)

1142

University of Southern California (USC)

1143

University of Texas (UT)

1144

University of Toledo (UT)

1145

University of Virginia (UVa)

1146

University of Wisconsin (UW)

1147

Urban Institute (UI)

1148

Urgent Call (UC)

1149

USAction (USA)

1150

USDayOfRage (USDOR)

1151

Veteran Feminists of America (VFA)

1152

Veterans For Peace (VFP)

1153

Veterans Teaching Peace in Schools (VTPS)

1154

Viacom (VC)

1155

Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)

1156

Villanova University (VU)

1157

Viva Palestina (VP)

1158

Voices For Progress (VFP)

1159

Voices in the Wilderness (VW)

1160

Volunteers In Service To America (VISTA)

1161

Vote For Change (VFC)

1162

Voter Participation Center (VPC)

1163

Voters For Peace (VFP)

1164

Voto Latino (VL)

1165

WageClassWar.org (WCW)

1166

War and Peace Foundation (WPF)

1167

War on Want (WOW)

1168

War Resisters League (WRL)

1169

WarIsACrime.org (formerly After Downing Street)

1170

Washington Center for Equitable Growth (WCEG)

1171

Waterkeeper Alliance (WA)

1172

We Are America Alliance (WAAA)

1173

We Believe Together - Health Care for All (WBT)

1174

We the People Project (WPP)

1175

Weather Underground Organization (WU)

1176

Weatherman

1177

Welcoming America

1178

Wells College (WC)

1179

West Chester University (WCU)

1180

Wheels of Justice (WOJ)

1181

WikiLeaks (WL)

1182

Wikipedia

1183

Wilderness Society (WS)

1184

Wildlands Conservancy (WC)

1185

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

1186

Win Without War (WWW)

1187

Winning Connections (WC)

1188

Witness For Peace (WP)

1189

Women Against Military Madness (WAMM)

1190

Women Against War (WAW)

1191

Women in Black (WIB)

1192

Women's Action for New Directions (WAND)

1193

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)

1194

Women's Policy, Inc. (WPI)

1195

Workers Solidarity Alliance (WSA)

1196

Workers World Party (WWP)

1197

Working America (WA)

1198

Working Assets (WA)

1199

Working Families Party (WFP)

1200

Working For Us (WFU)

1201

Working Partnerships USA (WPUSA)

1202

Workplace Fairness (WF)

1203

World & Islam Studies Enterprise (WISE)

1204

World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC)

1205

World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY)

1206

World Can't Wait (WCW)

1207

World Congress Against Imperialist War (WCAIW)

1208

World Council of Churches (WCC)

1209

World Festival of Youth and Students (WFYS)

1210

World Organization Against Torture (WOAT)

1211

World Peace Council (WPC)

1212

World Resources Institute (WRI)

1213

World Social Forum (WSF)

1214

World Vision International (WVI)

1215

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

1216

Worldwatch Institute (WI)

1217

Xavier University (XU)

1218

Yale Coalition for Peace (YCP)

1219

Yale University (YU)

1220

Young Communist League (YCL)

1221

Young Invincibles (YI)

1222

Young Leaders Alliance (YLA)

1223

Young Muslims (YM)

1224

Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)

1225

Z Magazine (Z-Mag)

1226

Zayed Center for Coordination and Follow-Up (ZCCF)





Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/summary.asp?object=Organization

Mitch McConnell Donors


Top ten political action committee donors

    1. AT&T Inc. — $155,200

    2. Altria Group — $153,500

    3. JPMorgan Chase & Co. — $108,249

    4. Reynolds American Inc. — $101,000

    5. American Bankers Association — $93,000

    6. Bank of America — $91,385

    7. United Parcel Service Inc. — $89,500

    8. Union Pacific Corp. — $87,949

    9. Ashland Inc. — $85,858

    10. National Association of Realtors — $83,700

Source: http://www.publicintegrity.org/2010/06/08/4016/mitch-mcconnell-fueled-tobacco-and-whiskey

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RINO Funders


The following information came from OpenSecrets.org

They have said about the information: This table (well it was a table where i found it) lists the top donors to this candidate in 2011-2016. 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.

McConnell donor list:

1 Blackstone Group

2 Humana Inc

3 JPMorgan Chase & Co

4 Goldman Sachs

5 Elliott Management

6 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

7 General Electric

8 Kindred Healthcare

9 Alliance Resource Partners

10 Altria Group

11 DaVita HealthCare Partners

12 Peabody Energy

13 Votesane PAC

14 Berkshire Hathaway

15 American Express

16 Ernst & Young

17 Delta Air Lines

18 Citigroup Inc

19 Capital Group Companies

20 Capital One Financial

Corker Donor List

1 Powell Construction

2 JPMorgan Chase & Co

3 FedEx Corp

4 Goldman Sachs

5 International Paper

6 Corrections Corp of America

7 Eastman Chemical

8 Miller & Martin

9 UBS AG

10 Elliott Management

11 Hercules Holding

12 Welsh, Carson et al

13 Apollo Global Management

14 Pointer Management

15 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

16 Pilot Corp

17 Regions Financial

18 Franklin L Haney Co

19 Southwestern Co

20 Unum Group

Jeff Corynyn Donor List:

1 Valero Energy

2 AT&T Inc

3 Goldman Sachs

4 JPMorgan Chase & Co

4 Votesane PAC

6 Exxon Mobil

7 Altria Group

8 Berkshire Hathaway

9 Energy Transfer Equity

10 Quantum Energy Partners

11 Blackstone Group

12 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

13 USAA


14 Raytheon Co

15 FMR Corp

16 Koch Industries

17 Elliott Management

18 Mednax Inc

19 Google Inc

20 Comcast Corp

Paul Ryan Donor List:

1 Wisconsin Hospital Assn Conduit

2 Northwestern Mutual

3 Koch Industries

4 National Beer Wholesalers Assn

5 National Assn of Home Builders

6 AT&T Inc

7 National Auto Dealers Assn

8 National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors

9 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

10 Abbott Laboratories

11 Investment Co Institute

12 Credit Suisse Group

13 Carpenters & Joiners Union

14 Assurant Inc

15 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance

16 National Assn of Realtors

17 American Bankers Assn

18 Operating Engineers Union

19 FedEx Corp

20 American Hospital Assn

Boehner Donor List:

1 FirstEnergy Corp

2 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

3 American Electric Power

4 American Financial Group

5 CGCN Group

6 Nationwide

7 Hay Island Holding

8 Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates

8 Elliott Management

10 Altria Group

11 Duty Free Americas

12 Fierce Government Relations

13 Nickles Group

14 Anheuser-Busch InBev

15 Boeing Co

16 Morgenthaler Ventures

17 Pfizer Inc

17 Comcast Corp

17 Warehouse Productions

20 Appaloosa Management

20 Poarch Band of Creek Indians

20 Ziff Brothers Investments

20 Houchens Industries

20 Paulson & Co

20 Ernst & Young

(I copied it as it was. I think it was messed up on the numbering on the original of above.)

Lamar Alexander Donor List:

1 International Paper

2 Blue Cross/Blue Shield

3 Pilot Corp

4 Hercules Holding

5 FedEx Corp

6 Memphis Dermatology Clinic

7 Ingram Industries

8 Comcast Corp

9 Amgen Inc

10 Regions Financial

11 Eastman Chemical

12 Home Depot

13 Altria Group

14 Wal-Mart Stores

15 Automotive Free International Trade PAC

15 National Beer Wholesalers Assn

15 Pfizer Inc

18 Exelon Corp

19 Community Health Systems

20 Northrop Grumman



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Lindsay Graham Donors

Career


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Nelson, Mullins et al

$237,147

$214,497

$22,650

Scana Corp

$172,105

$134,380

$37,725

Harrison, White et al

$104,700

$104,700

$0

General Electric

$102,100

$74,600

$27,500

Edens & Avant

$84,850

$84,850

$0

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$82,273

$59,773

$22,500

EnergySolutions Inc

$81,600

$55,600

$26,000

Fluor Corp

$77,501

$47,001

$30,500

Boeing Co

$69,793

$46,043

$23,750

Morgan Stanley

$68,150

$47,150

$21,000

Alice Manufacturing

$66,900

$46,000

$20,900

Murray Energy

$62,775

$36,775

$26,000

BB&T Corp

$60,630

$36,130

$24,500

Milliken & Co

$57,715

$57,715

$0

Duke Energy

$55,775

$11,150

$44,625

Time Warner

$55,692

$32,700

$22,992

Motley Rice LLC

$55,200

$55,200

$0

Wolverine Brass

$53,100

$53,100

$0

National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn

$52,050

$22,050

$30,000

Southern Co

$51,500

$8,000

$43,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1993-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&type=I&cid=N00009975&newMem=N&recs=20


Presidential Campaign


Oracle

Security Through Strength

Source: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/02/lindsey-graham-2016-elections-donors-115289

Houston Texans

Access Industries

General Electric 

Source: http://onpolitics.usatoday.com/2015/07/30/lindsey-graham-super-pac-raises-3-million/

Dick Durbin Funders


Raytheon, General Dynamics, Textron, United Technologies, Palantir (Source: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/04/dick-durbin-jack-reed-defense-105999 )

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Jeb Bush Donors


Goldman Sachs

$197,900

Neuberger Berman LLC

$95,500

Bank of America

$84,910

Barclays

$66,875

Cushman & Wakefield

$62,650

Citigroup Inc

$55,150

Morgan Stanley

$49,740

Wal-Mart Stores

$46,175

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$45,753

Tenet Healthcare

$44,615

Credit Suisse Group

$41,600

Rooney Holdings

$40,500

DLA Piper

$40,300

NextEra Energy

$39,200

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

$38,150

Jeb 2016 (Employees)

$37,982

CSX Corp

$37,800

Greenberg Traurig LLP

$37,750

Southern Strategy

$33,800

Xpo Logistics

$33,200

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2016 cycle. The money came from the organizations' PACstheir individual members, employees or owners; and those individuals' immediate families. At the federal level, the organizations themselves did not donate, as they are prohibited by law from doing so. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/pres16/contrib.php?cycle=2016&id=N00037006&type=f



Cushman & Wakefield,  BlackStone Group LP (BX), Bank of America Corp (BAC), Citigroup Inc (C), Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS), JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Metlife Inc. (MET) and Morgan Stanley (MS) (Source: http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/081915/whos-funding-jeb-bush.asp )

Guys Supporting Both Hillary and Jeb


http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/08/04/hillary-clinton-s-mega-donors-are-also-funding-jeb-bush.html

Rosenberg Foundation Board


PLC Philanthropic Services, Corporation for Enterprise Development, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, HMI Capital, National Center for Lesbian Rights, Radio Bilingue, Levi Strauss & Company, Covington & Burling LLP, Hall Capital Partners LLC

Source: http://www.rosenbergfound.org/about/board-of-directors


Ford Foundation Trustees


The Rock Creek Group, LP

WWF International

Sonic Corp.

Catamaran Investment Pvt Ltd

East End Advisors LLC

Federal Reserve Bank Of Dallas

Wesleyan University

Genesco Inc.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.

Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/board.asp?privcapId=163938

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Kasich Donors


MBNA Corp

$102,250

$93,250

$9,000

Huntington Bancshares

$65,504

$51,251

$14,253

Worthington Industries

$49,035

$49,035

$0

Bank One Corp

$47,000

$31,500

$15,500

AT&T Inc

$41,593

$5,000

$36,593

National Auto Dealers Assn

$39,000

$0

$39,000

Nationwide

$37,837

$10,737

$27,100

L Brands

$37,350

$18,850

$18,500

Ernst & Young

$28,500

$24,500

$4,000

American Medical Assn

$27,700

$1,000

$26,700

National City Corp

$27,700

$10,000

$17,700

National Assn of Realtors

$25,850

$200

$25,650

Wendy's International

$25,350

$25,350

$0

Lockheed Martin

$24,350

$4,150

$20,200

Merrill Lynch

$23,150

$20,650

$2,500

National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors

$23,000

$0

$23,000

United Parcel Service

$22,050

$0

$22,050

American Dental Assn

$22,000

$0

$22,000

Vorys, Sater et al

$21,800

$5,250

$16,550

UBS AG

$21,500

$20,000

$1,500

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1989-2000. 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.

Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=Career&cid=N00009778 )


Hillary Clinton Donors


Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Citigroup Inc

$824,402

$816,402

$8,000

Goldman Sachs

$760,740

$750,740

$10,000

DLA Piper

$700,530

$673,530

$27,000

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$696,456

$693,456

$3,000

Morgan Stanley

$636,564

$631,564

$5,000

EMILY's List

$609,684

$605,764

$3,920

Time Warner

$501,831

$476,831

$25,000

Skadden, Arps et al

$469,290

$464,790

$4,500

University of California

$417,327

$417,327

$0

Sullivan & Cromwell

$369,150

$369,150

$0

Akin, Gump et al

$364,478

$360,978

$3,500

Lehman Brothers

$362,853

$359,853

$3,000

21st Century Fox

$340,936

$340,936

$0

Cablevision Systems

$336,613

$307,225

$29,388

Kirkland & Ellis

$329,141

$312,141

$17,000

National Amusements Inc

$328,312

$325,312

$3,000

Squire Patton Boggs

$328,306

$322,868

$5,438

Greenberg Traurig LLP

$327,890

$319,790

$8,100

Corning Inc

$322,450

$304,450

$18,000

Credit Suisse Group

$318,120

$308,120

$10,000

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 1999-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather 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.

(Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00000019&cycle=Career )

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American Crossroads Donors


(This is from 2014 cycle.)

Rank Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations



1

Chartwell Partners

$3,000,000

$3,000,000

$0

2

Elliott Management

$2,600,000

$2,600,000

$0

3

Spendthrift Farm

$2,500,000

$2,500,000

$0

4

Stephens Inc

$2,400,000

$2,150,000

$250,000

5

Alliance Resource Partners

$1,500,000

$0

$1,500,000

6

TRT Holdings

$1,100,000

$0

$1,100,000

7

Contran Corp

$1,000,000

$0

$1,000,000

7

Weaver Popcorn

$1,000,000

$0

$1,000,000

9

Citadel LLC

$950,000

$950,000

$0

10

World Wrestling Entertainment

$800,000

$800,000

$0

11

Rooney Holdings

$550,000

$0

$550,000

12

Tiger Management

$512,000

$512,000

$0

13

Entrepreneur/Joe Ricketts

$500,000

$500,000

$0

13

Goodrich LLC

$500,000

$500,000

$0

13

Home Depot

$500,000

$500,000

$0

13

Houston Texans

$500,000

$500,000

$0

13

Mountaire Corp

$500,000

$0

$500,000

13

Petco Petroleum

$500,000

$500,000

$0

19

JW Childs Assoc

$450,000

$450,000

$0

20

Baupost Group

$400,000

$400,000

$0

20

New York 2014

$400,000

$0

$400,000

20

Rpm International

$400,000

$400,000

$0

23

Oberndorf Enterprises

$350,000

$350,000

$0

24

Martin Resource Management

$300,000

$300,000

$0

25

Anthony Timberlands

$250,000

$250,000

$0

25

Crow Holdings

$250,000

$0

$250,000

25

Entrepreneurial Corp Group

$250,000

$250,000

$0

28

Hallador Energy

$201,000

$1,000

$200,000

29

Alliance Capital Management

$200,000

$200,000

$0

29

Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates

$200,000

$200,000

$0

29

Nustar Energy

$200,000

$200,000

$0

29

Petroleum Helicopters

$200,000

$200,000

$0

29

Western Rim Properties

$200,000

$0

$200,000

34

Bluff Point Assoc

$150,000

$150,000

$0

34

Dodge Jones Foundation

$150,000

$150,000

$0

34

KSMK Ventures

$150,000

$0

$150,000

34

Sabin Metal

$150,000

$150,000

$0

38

American Unity PAC

$125,000

$0

$125,000

38

Silver Eagle Distributors

$125,000

$125,000

$0

40

Hubbard Broadcasting

$110,000

$0

$110,000

41

Agman Partners

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Aviation Partners

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Avista Capital Partners

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Boston Holding Co

$100,000

$0

$100,000

41

Com Investments

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Drake Enterprises

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Eagle River Investments

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Equity Group Investments

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

FourPoint Energy

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

GH Palmer Assoc

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Inmar Inc

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Jim Click Automotive

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Kinder Foundation

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Melaleuca Inc

$100,000

$50,000

$50,000

41

Molson Coors Brewing

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Mozart Investments

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Next Century Fund

$100,000

$0

$100,000

41

SAS Institute

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Satter Investment Management

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Sembler Co

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Skybridge Capital

$100,000

$0

$100,000

41

The Villages

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Westshore Ventures

$100,000

$100,000

$0

41

Williams Brothers Construction

$100,000

$100,000

$0

(Again, the numbering glitch is the fault of my source, which is https://www.opensecrets.org/outsidespending/contrib.php?cycle=2014&cmte=C00487363 )

Here is an article, though it’s Left-leaning, it has no love for Rove so it can be trusted to try and get the goods on him, that mentions more about Rove’s group. It mentions that 17% of Rove’s funds came from a company called Contran Corporation. It also mentions other interesting information. http://www.factcheck.org/2014/02/american-crossroadscrossroads-gps-2/

Here is a list of Karl Rove’s Super PAC donor list (Yeah, it appears to be made by Leftists, but at least we know they don’t like Rove): http://demonocracy.info/infographics/usa/political_spending/2012_elections-super-pac-top-donors-american_crossroads.html

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Companies that Pushed for TPP

United States Council for International Business Leadership

Officers


McGraw Hill Financial

PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.

The Bank of New York Mellon

Sullivan & Cromwell

Source: http://www.uscib.org/officers-ud-736/


Board of Directors


Oracle Corporation

General Electric Company

AT&T

Intel Corporation

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

Exxon Mobil Corporation

DuPont

SAS Institute Inc.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

McDonald’s Corporation

Citigroup Inc.

Pfizer Inc.

McGraw Hill Financial

The Bank of New York Mellon

PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited

3M

J.P. Morgan Chase & Company

The Dow Chemical Company

MasterCard Worldwide

Nestle Holdings Inc.

Microsoft Corporation

General Mills, Inc.

Roanoke Insurance Group, Inc.

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Source: http://www.uscib.org/board-of-directors-ud-745/

Trustees


Exxon Mobil Corporation

DuPont

Grant Thornton LLP

Dow Chemical Company

McGraw Hill Financial

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Pfizer Inc

Oracle Corporation

SAS Institute, Inc.

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Hessler Properties, Inc.

Microsoft Corporation

Johnson & Johnson

The Coca-Cola Company

KPMG International

Source: http://www.uscib.org/trustees-ud-742/

Companies Part of the Coalition to Pass TPP


3M Company

Abbott


ACE Group

Advanced Medical Technology Association

Aflac International

American Apparel & Footwear Association

American Automotive Policy Council

American Chemistry Council

American Council of Life Insurers

American Farm Bureau Federation

American Feed Industry

Association American Forest & Paper Association

American Insurance Association

American Legislative Exchange Council

American Meat Institute

American Soybean Association

Amway

APL


Apple

Applied Materials

Archer Daniels Midland Company

American Natural Soda

Ash Corporation

Association of Global Automakers

Biotechnology Industry Organization

Boeing


Business Roundtable

BSA – The Software Alliance

CA Technologies

Cargill


Caterpillar

Chevron


Chubb Corp.

Citigroup Inc

Coalition of Services Industries

The Coca Cola Company Inc

Computing Technology Industry Association

Conoco Phillips

Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA)

Corn Refiners Association

Cotton Council International

Council of the Americas

Crop Life America

The Walt Disney Company

Distilled Spirits Council of the United States

The Dow Chemical Company

EBay

Emergency Committee for American Trade



Facebook

FedEx Express

Express Association of America

Exxon Mobil

Financial Services Forum

Fluor


FMC Corporation

Food Marketing Institute

Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America

Gap, Inc.

General Electric

General Motors

Glanbia USA

GlaxoSmithKline

Goldman Sachs

Grocery Manufacturers Association

Halliburton

Hanesbrands

Herbalife

Hewlett-Packard

Honda North America

Idaho Potato Commission

IDS International

IBM


Information Technology Industry Council

Intel


Interactive Advertising Bureau

International Dairy Foods Association

International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA)

J.C. Penney

John Deere

Johnson & Johnson

Kraft Foods

Levi Strauss & Co.

Lilly Louis Dreyfus Commodities

Mars


McGraw Hill Financial

Metlife


Microsoft

Mondelez International

Monsanto

Morgan Stanley

Motion Picture Association of America

Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association

National Association of Manufacturers

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

National Center for APEC

National Confectioners Association

National Corn Growers Association

National Council of Wheat Growers

National Electrical Manufacturers Association

National Fisheries Institute

National Foreign Trade Council

National Milk Producers Federation

National Oilseed Processors Association

National Pork Producers Council

National Potato Council

National Retail Federation

National Turkey Federation

Nike


Northwest Horticultural Council

Novartis


Oracle

Outdoor Industry Association

Pet Food Institute

Pfizer


Philip Morris International

PhRMA


Plastics Industry Trade Association

PPG Industries

Procter & Gamble

Qualcomm Incorporated

Retail Industry Leaders Association

Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association

Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International

Software & Information Industry Association

SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association

Sudbury International Sweeteners

Users Association

Target Inc.

TechAmerica

Telecommunications Industry Association

The Entertainment Software Association

The National Chicken Council

Time Warner Inc.

Toyota North America

TUMI

U.S. Apple Association



U.S. Chamber of Commerce

U.S. Grains Council

U.S. New Zealand Council

U.S. Wheat Associates

USA-ITA

United States Council for International Business



United Technologies Corporation

UPS


US-ASEAN Business Council

Viacom


Visa

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Washington Council on International Trade

World Trade Center San Diego

Xerox

Zimmer1



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Companies that Got Bailed Out in 2008 via TARP


General Motors, Ally Financial, American International Group (AIG) (Source: http://www.newsmax.com/US/tarp-executive-raises-post/2013/01/28/id/487785/ )

Goldman Sachs Group, US Bancorp, American Express, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Northern Trust, State Street (Source: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/economy/article24532354.html )

(Sorry about the formatting, too much to copy/paste. You can view a better table at the source link, shown at the very bottom of the data.)

Name Type State Total Disbursed Profit /

Net Outstanding

Fannie Mae Government-Sponsored Enterprise D.C. $116,149,000,000 $22,002,000,000

Freddie Mac Government-Sponsored Enterprise Va. $71,336,000,000 $21,216,000,000

AIG


Received other federal aid. Click to see details. Insurance Company N.Y. $67,835,000,000 $5,025,967,492

General Motors Auto Company Mich. $50,744,648,329 -$11,401,677,128

Bank of America

Received other federal aid. Click to see details. Bank N.C. $45,000,000,000 $4,566,857,694

Citigroup

Received other federal aid. Click to see details. Bank N.Y. $45,000,000,000 $13,448,572,616

JPMorgan Chase Bank N.Y. $25,000,000,000 $1,731,202,357

Wells Fargo Bank Calif. $25,000,000,000 $2,281,347,113

GMAC (now Ally Financial) Financial Services Company Mich. $16,290,000,000 $3,057,502,589

Chrysler Auto Company Mich. $10,748,284,222 -$1,214,849,005

Goldman Sachs Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,418,055,555

Morgan Stanley Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,268,055,555

PNC Financial Services Bank Pa. $7,579,200,000 $741,344,650

U.S. Bancorp Bank Minn. $6,599,000,000 $334,220,416

SunTrust Bank Ga. $4,850,000,000 $527,323,605

Capital One Financial Corp. Bank Va. $3,555,199,000 $251,674,702

Regions Financial Corp. Bank Ala. $3,500,000,000 $638,055,555

Wellington Management Legacy Securities PPIF Master Fund, LP Investment Fund Del. $3,448,461,000 $702,530,334

Fifth Third Bancorp Bank Ohio $3,408,000,000 $593,372,603

Hartford Financial Services Insurance Company Conn. $3,400,000,000 $814,403,447

American Express Financial Services Company N.Y. $3,388,890,000 $414,367,308

AG GECC PPIF Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,352,197,510 $925,947,685

AllianceBernstein Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,192,141,738 $562,685,420

BB&T Bank N.C. $3,133,640,000 $159,713,918

Bank of New York Mellon Bank N.Y. $3,000,000,000 $231,416,666

KeyCorp Bank Ohio $2,500,000,000 $367,222,222

CIT Group Bank N.Y. $2,330,000,000 -$2,286,312,500

Comerica Incorporated Bank Texas $2,250,000,000 $322,039,543

Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Fla. $2,161,606,118 -$2,161,606,118

JPMorgan Chase subsidiaries Mortgage Servicer N.J. $2,138,872,054 -$2,138,872,054

State Street Bank Mass. $2,000,000,000 $123,611,111

Wells Fargo Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Iowa $1,937,386,893 -$1,937,386,893

RLJ Western Asset Public/Private Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,861,578,258 $471,406,351

Invesco Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,742,880,000 $576,938,945

Marshall & Ilsley Bank Wis. $1,715,000,000 $229,772,916

Bank of America subsidiaries (incl. Countrywide) Mortgage Servicer Calif. $1,675,420,703 -$1,675,420,703

Oaktree PPIP Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,666,904,633 $291,426,775

Blackrock PPIF, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,581,184,800 $436,178,172

Northern Trust Bank Ill. $1,576,000,000 $133,623,333

Chrysler Financial Services Financial Services Company Mich. $1,500,000,000 $22,405,894

CalHFA Mortgage Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Calif. $1,467,490,000 -$1,467,490,000

Marathon Legacy Securities Public-Private Investment Partnership, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,423,550,000 $399,600,628

Zions Bancorp Bank Utah $1,400,000,000 $253,361,111

Huntington Bancshares Bank Ohio $1,398,071,000 $196,285,810

Discover Financial Services Financial Services Company Ill. $1,224,558,000 $239,690,844

Synovus Financial Corp. Bank Ga. $967,870,000 $222,744,526

Lincoln National Corporation Insurance Company Pa. $950,000,000 $259,851,873

Popular, Inc. Bank Puerto Rico $935,000,000 $285,279,999

First Horizon National Bank Tenn. $866,540,000 $170,927,405

Select Portfolio Servicing Mortgage Servicer Utah $648,649,915 -$648,649,915

Florida Housing Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs Fla. $626,250,000 -$626,250,000

M&T Bank Corporation Bank N.Y. $600,000,000 $135,435,911

CitiMortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Mo. $554,917,329 -$554,917,329

Associated Banc-Corp Bank Wis. $525,000,000 $71,539,173

Nationstar Mortgage LLC Mortgage Servicer Texas $521,704,265 -$521,704,265

Ohio Homeowner Assistance LLC State Housing Orgs Ohio $499,171,583 -$499,171,583

First BanCorp Bank Puerto Rico $424,174,000 -$250,528,531

City National Bank Calif. $400,000,000 $41,916,666

Webster Financial Bank Conn. $400,000,000 $57,083,286

North Carolina Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.C. $395,180,000 -$395,180,000

Illinois Housing Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ill. $395,000,000 -$395,000,000

OneWest Bank N.A. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $386,887,895 -$386,887,895

Fulton Financial Corp Bank Pa. $376,500,000 $40,135,625

SBA Security Purchases SBA Security Purchases $368,145,452 $8,602,850

TCF Financial Bank Minn. $361,172,000 $17,375,699

UST/TCW Senior Mortgage Securities Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $356,250,000 $20,986,495

South Financial Group Bank S.C. $347,000,000 -$200,034,670

Michigan Homeowner Assistance Nonprofit Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Mich. $341,126,073 -$341,126,073

Wilmington Trust Corporation Bank Del. $330,000,000 $39,920,833

GMAC Mortgage, LLC Mortgage Servicer Pa. $309,561,760 -$309,561,760

East West Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $306,546,000 $46,176,420

Sterling Financial Corp Bank Wash. $303,000,000 -$181,242,791

Citizens Republic Bancorp Bank Mich. $300,000,000 $81,395,557

Susquehanna Bancshares Bank Pa. $300,000,000 $28,991,401

Valley National Bank N.J. $300,000,000 $18,400,781

Whitney Holding Corp Bank La. $300,000,000 $43,733,333

UCBH Holdings Bank Calif. $298,737,000 -$291,227,080

First Banks, Inc. Bank Mo. $295,400,000 -$175,186,740

GM Supplier Receivables, LLC Auto Company $290,000,000 $65,403,673

Homeward Residential, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $280,490,773 -$280,490,773

New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.J. $270,513,704 -$270,513,704

New York Private Bank & Trust Corp Bank N.Y. $267,274,000 $79,520,006

Flagstar Bancorp Bank Mich. $266,657,000 $11,204,056

Cathay General Bancorp Bank Calif. $258,000,000 $71,874,444

Wintrust Financial Corp Bank Ill. $250,000,000 $50,704,730

PrivateBancorp Bank Ill. $243,815,000 $44,400,576

SVB Financial Group Bank Calif. $235,000,000 $18,929,027

Oregon Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Ore. $220,042,786 -$220,042,786

International Bancshares Corporation Bank Texas $216,000,000 $45,538,650

Trustmark Corp Bank Miss. $215,000,000 $21,287,500

Umpqua Bank Ore. $214,181,000 $17,975,554

Washington Federal Inc. Bank Wash. $200,000,000 $20,749,985

MB Financial Bank Ill. $196,000,000 $33,613,071

Pacific Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $195,045,000 -$26,561,211

GHFA Affordable Housing, Inc. State Housing Orgs Ga. $193,983,000 -$193,983,000

First Midwest Bancorp Bank Ill. $193,000,000 $29,528,332

Tennessee Housing Development Agency State Housing Orgs Tenn. $190,315,593 -$190,315,593

SC Housing Corp State Housing Orgs S.C. $187,500,000 -$187,500,000

First Niagara Bank N.Y. $184,011,000 $7,453,618

United Community Banks Bank Ga. $180,000,000 $30,367,527

Arizona (Home) Foreclosure Prevention Funding Corporation State Housing Orgs Ariz. $155,761,536 -$155,761,536

Boston Private Financial Holdings Bank Mass. $154,000,000 $17,224,745

Provident Bankshares Corp. Bank Md. $151,500,000 $30,556,363

National Penn Bancshares Bank Pa. $150,000,000 $17,958,333

Dickinson Financial Corp II Bank Mo. $146,053,000 -$58,593,142

Western Alliance Bancorporation Bank Nev. $140,000,000 $20,365,000

Bayview Loan Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Fla. $136,174,146 -$136,174,146

Central Pacific Financial Corp Bank Hawaii $135,000,000 -$59,963,109

CVB Financial Bank Calif. $130,000,000 $6,046,583

Sterling Bancshares Bank Texas $125,198,000 $5,344,485

FirstMerit Corp Bank Ohio $125,000,000 $6,813,194

Kentucky Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Ky. $124,500,000 -$124,500,000

Banner Corp Bank Wash. $124,000,000 $5,079,862

Chrysler Receivables SPV LLC Auto Company $123,076,735 $49,671,126

Signature Bank Bank N.Y. $120,000,000 $12,967,606

First Merchants Corp Bank Ind. $116,000,000 $15,383,055

Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Nev. $112,049,869 -$112,049,869

1st Source Corp Bank Ind. $111,000,000 $14,479,999

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ind. $110,677,656 -$110,677,656

Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Bank Wis. $110,000,000 -$104,000,000

WTB Financial Corp Bank Wash. $110,000,000 $21,236,874

S&T Bancorp Bank Pa. $108,676,000 $16,240,099

Taylor Capital Bank Ill. $104,823,000 $16,022,174

Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $100,807,086 -$100,807,086

F.N.B. Corporation Bank Pa. $100,000,000 $4,023,433

First Busey Corporation Bank Ill. $100,000,000 $12,410,898

Old National Bancorp Bank Ind. $100,000,000 $2,713,888

Park National Corporation Bank Ohio $100,000,000 $19,536,844

TALF LLC TALF Del. $100,000,000 $649,307,823

U.S. Bank National Association Mortgage Servicer Ky. $96,822,238 -$96,822,238

Pinnacle Financial Bank Tenn. $95,000,000 $16,918,194

Union First Market Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $92,900,000 $10,080,832

Specialized Loan Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $91,124,895 -$91,124,895

IBERIABANK Corp Bank La. $90,000,000 $2,650,000

Midwest Banc Holdings Bank Ill. $89,388,000 -$88,563,712

Sun Bancorp Bank N.J. $89,310,000 $3,203,970

Plains Capital Corp Bank Texas $87,631,000 $17,621,941

Aurora Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $85,863,518 -$85,863,518

Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $84,900,523 -$84,900,523

Westamerica Bancorporation Bank Calif. $83,726,000 $3,634,236

Integra Bank Corporation Bank Ind. $83,586,000 -$81,635,660

Sandy Spring Bancorp Bank Md. $83,094,000 $12,043,869

Heartland Financial USA Bank Iowa $81,698,000 $12,988,086

BancPlus Corporation Bank Miss. $80,914,000 -$66,817,561

Hampton Roads Bankshares Bank Va. $80,347,000 -$74,556,392

First Financial Bancorp Bank Ohio $80,000,000 $7,644,065

Rhode Island Housing and Mortgage Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs R.I. $79,351,573 -$79,351,573

Independent Bank Corp Bank Mass. $78,158,000 $3,318,093

Green Tree Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Minn. $77,777,667 -$77,777,667

Columbia Banking System Bank Wash. $76,898,000 $9,923,419

Mississippi Home Corporation State Housing Orgs Miss. $76,638,832 -$76,638,832

TowneBank Bank Va. $76,458,000 $12,119,166

Litton Loan Servicing LP Mortgage Servicer Texas $76,324,760 -$76,324,760

Bank of the Ozarks Bank Ark. $75,000,000 $6,004,166

Texas Capital Bancshares Bank Texas $75,000,000 $7,777,816

WesBanco Bank W.Va. $75,000,000 $6,050,697

Metropolitan Bank Group Bank Ill. $74,706,000 -$47,533,274

Old Second Bancorp Bank Ill. $73,000,000 -$41,576,763

First Place Financial Corp Bank Ohio $72,927,000 -$65,917,905

Green Bankshares Bank Tenn. $72,278,000 $2,364,857

Independent Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $72,000,000 $9,004,000

Virginia Commerce Bancorp Bank Va. $71,000,000 $47,453,139

Alpine Banks of Colorado Bank Colo. $70,000,000 $3,129,161

Flushing Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $70,000,000 $3,904,166

Southwest Bancorp Bank Okla. $70,000,000 $15,247,569

Superior Bancorp Bank Ala. $69,000,000 -$64,016,667

Nara Bancorp Bank Calif. $67,000,000 $14,249,316

First Bancorp Bank N.C. $65,000,000 $9,518,906

First Financial Holdings Bank S.C. $65,000,000 $3,141,972

SCBT Financial Corp Bank S.C. $64,779,000 $2,515,638

CoBiz Financial Bank Colo. $64,450,000 $8,907,086

Wilshire Bancorp Bank Calif. $62,158,000 $6,651,170

Bank United Mortgage Servicer Fla. $60,161,848 -$60,161,848

Standard Bancshares Bank Ill. $60,000,000 $15,757,163

FHA Refinance Program Fund FHA Refinance Fund D.C. $60,000,000 -$60,000,000

Lakeland Bancorp Bank N.J. $59,000,000 $9,260,833

Great Southern Bancorp Bank Mo. $58,000,000 $14,274,419

Liberty Bancshares Bank Ark. $57,500,000 $10,691,967

MainSource Financial Group Bank Ind. $57,000,000 $5,949,121

Lakeland Financial Corporation Bank Ind. $56,044,000 $4,473,713

PennyMac Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $55,103,289 -$55,103,289

Center Financial Corp Bank Calif. $55,000,000 $10,889,583

Community Bancshares of Mississippi, Inc./Community Bank of Mississippi Bank Miss. $54,600,000 -$43,970,768

WSFS Financial Bank Del. $52,625,000 $5,015,859

NewBridge Bancorp Bank N.C. $52,372,000 $17,715,061

Ameris Bancorp Bank Ga. $52,000,000 $7,637,438

MidFirst Bank Mortgage Servicer Okla. $51,595,058 -$51,595,058

FNB United Corp Bank N.C. $51,500,000 -$38,750,089

U.S. Century Bank Bank Fla. $50,236,000 -$37,165,592

BancTrust Financial Group Bank Ala. $50,000,000 $10,451,155

Home BancShares, Inc. Bank Ark. $50,000,000 $7,480,555

Seacoast Banking Corp Bank Fla. $50,000,000 -$954,530

State Bankshares Bank N.D. $50,000,000 $8,008,472

First South Bancorp, Inc. Bank Tenn. $50,000,000 $15,432,452

First American Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $50,000,000 $15,558,531

Yadkin Valley Financial Corp Bank N.C. $49,312,000 $3,071,419

Fidelity Southern Corp Bank Ga. $48,200,000 $35,488,022

Alabama Housing Finance Authority State Housing Orgs Ala. $47,000,000 -$47,000,000

The Bancorp Bank Del. $45,220,000 $7,410,660

MetroCorp Bancshares Bank Texas $45,000,000 $7,837,096

Cadence Financial Corp Bank Miss. $44,000,000 -$2,015,937

Exchange Bank Bank Calif. $43,000,000 $4,294,527

Southern Community Financial Bank N.C. $42,750,000 $4,156,250

Sterling Bancorp Bank N.Y. $42,000,000 $5,869,108

First Community Bancshares Bank Va. $41,500,000 $1,339,002

PremierWest Bancorp Bank Ore. $41,400,000 $1,046,500

Capital Bank Bank N.C. $41,279,000 $3,973,104

Berkshire Hills Bancorp Bank Mass. $40,000,000 $1,961,130

Heritage Commerce Corp Bank Calif. $40,000,000 $6,901,266

Reliance Bancshares Bank Mo. $40,000,000 $6,049,131

Peoples Bancorp Inc. Bank Ohio $39,000,000 $5,701,557

Cascade Financial Corp Bank Wash. $38,970,000 -$21,291,100

OceanFirst Financial Corp Bank N.J. $38,263,000 $2,258,918

QCR Holdings Bank Ill. $38,237,000 $6,049,569

Eagle Bancorp Bank Md. $38,235,000 $6,612,155

Bridgeview Bancorp Bank Ill. $38,000,000 -$24,440,526

Financial Institutions Bank N.Y. $37,515,000 $6,258,719

First Defiance Financial Corp Bank Ohio $37,000,000 $16,610,301

TIB Financial Corp Bank Fla. $37,000,000 -$23,555,641

State Bancorp Bank N.Y. $36,842,000 $5,676,029

Fidelity Financial Corp Bank Kan. $36,282,000 $4,684,780

West Bancorporation Bank Iowa $36,000,000 $5,195,000

Trinity Capital Corporation Bank N.M. $35,539,000 -$894,525

Marquette National Corp Bank Ill. $35,500,000 -$1,664,053

Enterprise Financial Services Corp Bank Mo. $35,000,000 $7,801,933

Porter Bancorp Bank Ky. $35,000,000 -$26,716,667

Fremont Bancorporation Bank Calif. $35,000,000 $10,796,066

Encore Bancshares Bank Texas $34,000,000 $5,415,959

The Bank of Kentucky Bank Ky. $34,000,000 $6,091,343

Southern Bancorp Bank Ark. $33,800,000 -$29,716,545

PNC Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Ohio $33,787,806 -$33,787,806

First Security Group Bank Tenn. $33,000,000 -$16,684,638

Firstbank Corp Bank Mich. $33,000,000 $5,185,560

Centrue Financial Bank Mo. $32,668,000 -$21,355,222

Pulaski Financial Corp Bank Mo. $32,538,000 $2,657,846

MutualFirst Financial Bank Ind. $32,382,000 $5,226,789

Parkvale Financial Corp Bank Pa. $31,762,000 $11,020,424

Bank of North Carolina Bank N.C. $31,260,000 $3,880,665

Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Bank Pa. $30,407,000 $6,656,564

Hawthorn Bancshares Bank Mo. $30,255,000 $6,594,509

Bancorp Rhode Island Bank R.I. $30,000,000 $2,341,666

Farmers Capital Bank Corp Bank Ky. $30,000,000 -$3,164,171

First M&F Corp Bank Miss. $30,000,000 $8,224,510

First United Corp Bank Md. $30,000,000 $10,487,948

Spirit BankCorp Bank Okla. $30,000,000 -$18,099,925

StellarOne Corp Bank Va. $30,000,000 $7,191,875

Tennessee Commerce Bancorp Bank Tenn. $30,000,000 -$26,766,667

Peapack-Gladstone Financial Bank N.J. $28,685,000 $3,390,741

Bank of Marin Bancorp Bank Calif. $28,000,000 $2,155,095

Colony Bankcorp Bank Ga. $28,000,000 -$1,519,911

CenterState Banks of Florida, Inc. Bank Fla. $27,875,000 $1,408,302

Intermountain Community Bancorp Bank Idaho $27,000,000 $6,955,519

Alliance Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $26,918,000 $1,438,360

Citizens & Northern Corporation Bank Pa. $26,440,000 $2,449,100

Washington Banking Company Bank Wash. $26,380,000 $4,248,344

Patriot Bancshares Bank Texas $26,038,000 $4,402,738

HMN Financial Bank Minn. $26,000,000 $734,787

LNB Bancorp Bank Ohio $25,223,000 $1,939,571

Fay Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Ill. $25,104,136 -$25,104,136

Princeton National Bancorp Bank Ill. $25,083,000 -$22,811,595

Peoples Bancorp of North Carolina Bank N.C. $25,054,000 $2,823,965

First California Financial Group Bank Calif. $25,000,000 $3,810,847

HF Financial Corp Bank S.D. $25,000,000 $1,316,666

Horizon Bancorp Bank Ind. $25,000,000 $4,857,322

Intervest Bancshares Bank N.Y. $25,000,000 $7,927,621

Rogers Bancshares Bank Ark. $25,000,000 -$24,261,979

Shore Bancshares Bank Md. $25,000,000 $358,333

The First Bancorp Bank Maine $25,000,000 $4,734,097

VIST Financial Corp Bank Pa. $25,000,000 $5,710,646

Citizens Bancshares Co. Bank Mo. $24,990,000 -$11,037,619

Vantagesouth Bancshares, Inc. Bank N.C. $24,900,000 $8,915,465

Stearns Financial Services Bank Minn. $24,900,000 $6,595,444

National Bancshares Bank Iowa $24,664,000 -$3,192,912

CBS Banc-Corp Bank Ala. $24,300,000 $3,132,359

Community Trust Financial Corp Bank La. $24,000,000 $4,459,100

Eastern Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $24,000,000 $4,427,611

Heritage Financial Corp Bank Wash. $24,000,000 $2,953,333

Bridge Capital Holdings Bank Calif. $23,864,000 $4,008,582

Severn Bancorp Bank Md. $23,393,000 $3,756,138

Park Bancorporation Bank Wis. $23,200,000 -$1,179,936

First Citizens Banc Corp Bank Ohio $23,184,000 $2,061,684

TriState Capital Holdings Bank Pa. $23,000,000 $5,642,402

Central Bancorp, Inc. Bank Texas $22,500,000 $8,586,222

Premier Financial Bancorp, Inc. Bank W.Va. $22,252,000 $6,475,239

University Financial Corp, Inc. Bank Minn. $22,115,000 $2,618,727

Central Community Corp Bank Texas $22,000,000 $3,797,529

Middleburg Financial Corp Bank Va. $22,000,000 $1,287,945

Security Federal Corp Bank S.C. $22,000,000 -$18,313,778

Wainwright Bank & Trust Bank Mass. $22,000,000 $1,592,311

First Community Financial Partners, Inc. Bank Ill. $22,000,000 -$3,747,521

Liberty Bancshares, Inc. Bank Mo. $21,900,000 $4,095,453

Blue Valley Ban Corp Bank Kan. $21,750,000 -$272,469

Indiana Community Bancorp Bank Ind. $21,500,000 $5,831,250

Medallion Bank Bank Utah $21,498,000 $2,962,676

BancIndependent Bank Ala. $21,100,000 $3,741,412

FC Holdings Bank Texas $21,042,000 -$1,205,370

AmeriServ Financial Bank Pa. $21,000,000 $3,601,666

Heritage Oaks Bancorp Bank Calif. $21,000,000 $6,241,335

Mercantile Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $21,000,000 $10,631,120

The Baraboo Bancorporation Bank Wis. $20,749,000 -$2,725,169

First Guaranty Bancshares, Inc. Bank La. $20,699,000 $3,360,477

Unity Bancorp Bank N.J. $20,649,000 $7,364,819

United Bancorp Bank Mich. $20,600,000 -$284,075

Citizens South Banking Corp Bank N.C. $20,500,000 $3,072,379

Florida Bank Group, Inc. Bank Fla. $20,471,000 -$11,290,207

Diamond Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $20,445,000 $656,616

First Western Financial Bank Colo. $20,440,000 $702,315

Commonwealth Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ky. $20,400,000 $1,175,016

Market Street Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $20,300,000 $4,129,250

BNCCORP Bank N.D. $20,093,000 $7,050,012

C&F Financial Corp Bank Va. $20,000,000 $5,205,958

Community First Bancshares Bank Tenn. $20,000,000 $3,628,111

First Financial Service Corp Bank Ky. $20,000,000 -$7,663,722

MidSouth Bancorp Bank La. $20,000,000 $2,834,334

The ANB Corporation Bank Texas $20,000,000 $3,234,499

D.L. Evans Bancorp Bank Idaho $19,891,000 $3,795,592

Chambers Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $19,817,000 $12,281,304

Community Bank Shares of Indiana, Inc. Bank Ind. $19,468,000 $3,334,282

First PacTrust Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $19,300,000 $2,997,560

Carver Bancorp Bank N.Y. $18,980,000 $1,978,088

Bar Harbor Bankshares Bank Maine $18,751,000 $1,286,514

Residential Credit Solutions Mortgage Servicer Texas $18,564,309 -$18,564,309

HopFed Bancorp Bank Ky. $18,400,000 $3,954,146

District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs D.C. $18,234,860 -$18,234,860

Sovereign Bancshares Bank Texas $18,215,000 $3,417,669

Peoples Bancorp Bank Wash. $18,000,000 $3,325,250

First Trust Corporation Bank La. $17,969,000 -$2,664,820

ECB Bancorp Bank N.C. $17,949,000 $4,647,773

Security Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $17,910,000 -$5,327,219

First NBC Bank Holding Company Bank La. $17,836,000 $3,197,989

Community First Inc Bank Tenn. $17,806,000 -$10,082,487

Community Bankers Trust Corp Bank Va. $17,680,000 $5,455,879

Rushmore Loan Management Services LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $17,604,425 -$17,604,425

CCO Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Va. $17,404,768 -$17,404,768

First Northern Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $17,390,000 $2,553,580

OneFinancial Corporation Bank Ark. $17,300,000 -$13,517,007

Southern First Bancshares Bank S.C. $17,299,000 $2,102,365

Liberty Shares Bank Ga. $17,280,000 -$15,880,440

F&M Financial Corporation (TN) Bank Tenn. $17,243,000 $330,766

Northern States Financial Corp Bank Ill. $17,211,000 -$10,768,828

The First Bancshares Bank Miss. $17,123,000 -$14,823,955

Bank of Commerce Holdings Bank Calif. $17,000,000 $2,564,028

F&M Financial Corporation Bank N.C. $17,000,000 $3,119,745

First American International Corp Bank N.Y. $17,000,000 -$14,162,858

Guaranty Federal Bancshares Bank Mo. $17,000,000 $4,887,871

White River Bancshares Company Bank Ark. $16,800,000 $2,602,245

Timberland Bancorp Bank Wash. $16,641,000 $2,420,171

Codorus Valley Bancorp Bank Pa. $16,500,000 $2,678,479

First Federal Bancshares of Arkansas Bank Ark. $16,500,000 -$9,929,375

1st Financial Services Corp Bank N.C. $16,369,000 -$7,139,052

Parke Bancorp Bank N.J. $16,288,000 $77,555

Pacific City Financial Corp Bank Calif. $16,200,000 $1,526,384

Valley Financial Corp Bank Va. $16,019,000 $5,292,673

CoastalSouth Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $16,015,000 -$1,757,512

Carolina Bank Holdings Bank N.C. $16,000,000 $3,941,789

MidWest One Financial Group Bank Iowa $16,000,000 $2,933,333

State Capital Corp. Bank Miss. $15,750,000 -$12,211,541

Community West Bancshares Bank Calif. $15,600,000 -$1,258,860

Stockmens Financial Corporation Bank S.D. $15,568,000 $2,533,554

Tri-County Financial Corp Bank Md. $15,540,000 $3,113,117

BankFirst Capital Corp Bank Miss. $15,500,000 $2,992,470

First Reliance Bancshares Bank S.C. $15,349,000 -$2,354,941

Grandsouth Bancorporation Bank S.C. $15,319,000 $2,306,918

Broadway Financial Corporation Bank Calif. $15,000,000 -$14,189,584

Centra Financial Holdings Bank W.Va. $15,000,000 $922,937

LSB Corp Bank Mass. $15,000,000 $1,260,000

Business Bancshares Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $3,707,709

Foresight Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 $3,670,292

The Landrum Company Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $2,580,291

River Valley Bancorporation Bank Wis. $15,000,000 $4,928,275

Suburban Illinois Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 $10,244,054

Nicolet Bankshares Bank Wis. $14,964,000 $2,940,842

Servis One, Inc. dba BSI Financial Services Mortgage Servicer Pa. $14,880,650 -$14,880,650

EQUITY BANCSHARES, INC. (FIRST COMMUNITY BANCSHARES, INC. (KS)) Bank Kan. $14,800,000 $1,793,061

Village Bank and Trust Financial Corp Bank Va. $14,738,000 -$7,747,407

Monarch Financial Holdings Bank Va. $14,700,000 $1,003,166

Tidelands Bancshares Bank S.C. $14,448,000 -$13,252,027

United Bank Corporation Bank Ga. $14,400,000 $4,482,079

Guaranty Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $14,000,000 -$11,007,118

First National Corporation Bank Va. $13,900,000 $1,429,331

Magna Bank Bank Tenn. $13,795,000 $2,351,468

Bancorp Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $13,669,000 $1,926,738

Sword Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $13,644,000 $3,375,233

First Texas BHC Bank Texas $13,533,000 $2,539,389

Oak Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $13,500,000 $2,371,250

WashingtonFirst Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $13,475,000 $1,842,319

LCNB Corp Bank Ohio $13,400,000 $1,127,390

Bank of the Carolinas Corporation Bank N.C. $13,179,000 -$8,844,573

Morrill Bancshares Bank Kan. $13,000,000 $2,429,122

SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ga. $12,900,000 $209,014

HCSB Financial Corporation Bank S.C. $12,895,000 -$11,804,298

Community First Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $12,725,000 $3,848,975

Adbanc Bank Neb. $12,720,000 $2,351,769

Regents Bancshares, Inc. Bank Wash. $12,700,000 $1,894,340

Peoples Bancorporation Bank S.C. $12,660,000 $2,702,912

Community Financial Corp Bank Va. $12,643,000 $3,464,224

Bankers' Bank of the West Bank Colo. $12,639,000 $4,458,994

Meridian Bank Bank Pa. $12,535,000 $1,153,103

Security State Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,500,000 $2,388,681

PeoplesSouth Bancshares Bank Ga. $12,325,000 $3,661,000

OneUnited Bank Bank Mass. $12,063,000 -$11,969,177

1st Constitution Bancorp Bank N.J. $12,000,000 $1,433,242

Blue Ridge Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,000,000 -$564,957

First Manitowoc Bancorp Bank Wis. $12,000,000 $837,983

FNB Bancorp Bank Calif. $12,000,000 $2,267,700

The Queensborough Company Bank Ga. $12,000,000 $1,065,246

Two Rivers Financial Group Bank Iowa $12,000,000 $2,075,133

Duke Financial Group, Inc. Bank Minn. $12,000,000 $5,424,286

Farmers Enterprises, Inc. Bank Kan. $12,000,000 $3,698,747

Alliance Financial Services Bank Minn. $12,000,000 -$2,193,864

Wachusett Financial Services, Inc. Bank Mass. $12,000,000 $2,731,826

Plumas Bancorp Bank Calif. $11,949,000 $1,815,140

Citizens Bancshares Bank Ga. $11,841,000 -$10,187,248

DNB Financial Corp Bank Pa. $11,750,000 $1,933,277

M&F Bancorp Bank N.C. $11,735,000 -$9,948,673

TCB Holding Company Bank Texas $11,730,000 -$11,039,168

Pacific Coast Bankers' Bancshares Bank Calif. $11,600,000 $2,221,963

Cecil Bancorp Bank Md. $11,560,000 -$11,043,012

Western Illinois Bancshares Bank Ill. $11,422,000 $1,772,412

Central Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $11,385,000 -$7,584,344

First Community Corp Bank S.C. $11,350,000 $2,075,979

Liberty Financial Services Bank La. $11,334,000 -$9,820,819

Central Jersey Bancorp Bank N.J. $11,300,000 $1,390,020

Steele Street Bank Corporation Bank Colo. $11,019,000 $2,059,672

Allegiance Bancshares, Inc. Bank Texas $11,000,000 $4,971,339

Mackinac Financial Corporation Bank Mich. $11,000,000 $2,521,828

Brotherhood Bancshares, Inc. Bank Kan. $11,000,000 $1,845,585

Stonebridge Financial Corp Bank Pa. $10,973,000 -$8,320,183

First Capital Bancorp Bank Va. $10,958,000 $998,713

First Southern Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,900,000 $1,363,468

Ridgestone Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,900,000 -$1,269,893

BCSB Bancorp Bank Md. $10,800,000 $2,571,500

Presidio Bank Bank Calif. $10,800,000 $277,697

Security State Bank Holding Company Bank N.D. $10,750,000 $3,091,203

First Community Bank Corp of America Bank Fla. $10,685,000 -$2,185,751

Crosstown Holding Company Bank Minn. $10,650,000 $2,848,330

Northwest Bancorporation Bank Wash. $10,500,000 $1,391,847

Katahdin Bankshares Bank Maine $10,449,000 $1,974,048

1st Enterprise Bank Bank Calif. $10,400,000 $1,348,156

Citizens Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,400,000 -$10,176,429

Mission Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,336,000 -$8,910,045

United Bancorporation of Alabama, Inc. Bank Ala. $10,300,000 -$8,449,037

Illinois State Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $10,272,000 $1,564,113

North Central Bancshares Bank Iowa $10,200,000 $2,094,583

Midland States Bancorp Bank Ill. $10,189,000 $1,017,989

Heritage Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $10,103,000 $1,250,284

1st United Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,000,000 $870,902

Blackhawk Bancorp Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $1,344,361

BOH Holdings Bank Texas $10,000,000 $1,783,777

Center Bancorp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,586,667

Central Bancorp Bank Mass. $10,000,000 $3,886,111

ColoEast Bankshares Bank Colo. $10,000,000 $670,783

First Bankers Trustshares Bank Ill. $10,000,000 $1,941,221

First Litchfield Financial Corp Bank Conn. $10,000,000 $2,147,768

Mid Penn Bancorp Bank Pa. $10,000,000 $2,070,978

Mid-Wisconsin Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $2,844,226

NCAL Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,000,000 -$4,788,973

New Hampshire Thrift Bancshares Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $2,041,266

Northway Financial Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $1,930,625

Stewardship Financial Corp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,400,453

Uwharrie Capital Corp Bank N.C. $10,000,000 $2,916,040

Century Financial Services Corporation Bank N.M. $10,000,000 $3,186,960

HomeTown Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $10,000,000 $998,306

Greer Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,993,000 $3,700,112

Regent Bancorp Bank Fla. $9,982,000 -$1,226,982

Penn Liberty Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,960,000 $1,785,689

Coastal Banking Company Bank Fla. $9,950,000 $1,117,898

Universal Bancorp Bank Ind. $9,900,000 $2,265,548

PSB Financial Corporation Bank La. $9,734,000 $1,704,291

TCB Corporation Bank S.C. $9,720,000 $1,891,380

Southern Missouri Bancorp Bank Mo. $9,550,000 $3,954,764

Moneytree Corporation Bank Tenn. $9,516,000 $1,775,481

Premier Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $9,500,000 -$9,032,588

Florida Business BancGroup Bank Fla. $9,495,000 $1,814,751

City National Bancshares Corporation Bank N.J. $9,439,000 -$6,930,391

Cache Valley Banking Company Bank Utah $9,407,000 $1,267,335

FCB Bancorp Bank Ky. $9,294,000 $1,862,235

Freedom First Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $9,278,000 $501,527

Provident Community Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,266,000 -$3,626,609

Carrollton Bancorp Bank Md. $9,201,000 $2,187,959

First Priority Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,175,000 $773,070

Elmira Savings Bank Bank N.Y. $9,090,000 $2,705,867

Community Partners Bancorp Bank N.J. $9,000,000 $1,598,750

HPK Financial Corporation Bank Ill. $9,000,000 $1,940,554

Delmar Bancorp Bank Md. $9,000,000 -$2,401,669

UBT Banchares Bank Kan. $8,950,000 $1,684,911

RCB Financial Corporation Bank Ga. $8,900,000 $323,155

Salisbury Bancorp Bank Conn. $8,816,000 $1,284,960

Citizens First Corp Bank Ky. $8,779,000 $3,457,420

Farmers Bank Bank Va. $8,752,000 $2,644,203

Equity Bancshares Bank Kan. $8,750,000 $2,688,457

Georgia Commerce Bancshares Bank Ga. $8,700,000 $1,385,366

United American Bank Bank Calif. $8,700,000 -$5,217,343

First Freedom Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $8,700,000 $929,360

Sonoma Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $8,653,000 -$8,305,836

BancStar, Inc. Bank Mo. $8,600,000 $2,101,460

Summit State Bank Bank Calif. $8,500,000 $1,430,625

Great River Holding Company Bank Minn. $8,400,000 $2,380,775

HomEq Servicing Mortgage Servicer Calif. $8,308,819 -$8,308,819

Private Bancorporation Bank Minn. $8,222,000 $2,722,635

Annapolis Bancorp Bank Md. $8,152,000 $5,342,247

F&M Bancshares Bank Tenn. $8,144,000 $1,261,391

IBC Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $8,086,000 -$6,485,520

Fairfax County Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $8,044,000 -$7,297,249

Syringa Bancorp Bank Idaho $8,000,000 -$7,746,878

The Magnolia State Corporation Bank Miss. $7,922,000 -$3,132,647

First Eagle Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $7,875,000 -$5,722,373

MS Financial Bank Texas $7,723,000 $1,483,290

Commonwealth Business Bank Bank Calif. $7,701,000 $750,110

Metro City Bank Bank Ga. $7,700,000 $1,105,995

Oak Ridge Financial Services Bank N.C. $7,700,000 $811,025

Valley Commerce Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,700,000 $1,703,403

First Gothenburg Bancshares Bank Neb. $7,570,000 $1,044,884

Country Bank Shares Bank Neb. $7,525,000 $1,256,210

Centrix Bank & Trust Bank N.H. $7,500,000 $1,387,792

Emclaire Financial Corp Bank Pa. $7,500,000 $1,045,904

The Little Bank Bank N.C. $7,500,000 $1,646,330

BNB Financial Services Corp Bank N.Y. $7,500,000 $2,276,052

Gulfstream Bancshares Bank Fla. $7,500,000 $1,251,543

GulfSouth Private Bank Bank Fla. $7,500,000 -$6,818,689

Somerset Hills Bancorp Bank N.J. $7,414,000 $402,685

Avenue Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $7,400,000 $1,398,415

First Sound Bank Bank Wash. $7,400,000 -$3,369,056

First BancTrust Corp Bank Ill. $7,350,000 $1,658,951

Western Community Bancshares Bank Calif. $7,290,000 -$6,735,917

FFW Corp Bank Ind. $7,289,000 $1,152,840

Millenium Bancorp Bank Colo. $7,260,000 -$2,963,577

Central Federal Corp Bank Ohio $7,225,000 -$3,612,882

NC Bancorp Bank Ill. $7,186,000 -$4,572,286

New Penn Financial, LLC dba Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing Mortgage Servicer S.C. $7,163,434 -$7,163,434

TriSummit Bank Bank Tenn. $7,002,000 -$505,582

Central Valley Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,000,000 $1,077,516

Fidelity Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $7,000,000 $1,388,333

Hamilton State Bancshares Bank Ga. $7,000,000 $1,169,166

Old Line Bancshares Bank Md. $7,000,000 $438,888

Chicago Shore Corporation Bank Ill. $7,000,000 $2,054,225

Heartland Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ind. $7,000,000 $1,321,471

Community Financial Shares, Inc. Bank Ill. $6,970,000 -$2,729,256

Guaranty Bancorp Bank N.H. $6,920,000 $1,315,040

Idaho Bancorp Bank Idaho $6,900,000 -$6,344,327

Security California Bancorp Bank Calif. $6,815,000 $1,337,698

Pierce County Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,800,000 -$6,592,053

Harbor Bankshares Corporation Bank Md. $6,800,000 -$6,517,256

Monarch Community Bancorp Bank Mich. $6,785,000 -$1,976,879

Premier Bancorp Bank Ill. $6,784,000 -$6,123,785

Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.Y. $6,771,000 $1,205,330

Highlands Independent Bancshares Bank Fla. $6,700,000 -$534,688

Fidelity Federal Bancorp Bank Ind. $6,657,000 $563,909

Caliber Home Loans, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Okla. $6,642,514 -$6,642,514

Alarion Financial Services Bank Fla. $6,514,000 $1,160,003

Catskill Hudson Bancorp Bank N.Y. $6,500,000 $948,073

Pacific International Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,500,000 $1,437,745

Liberty Bancshares, Inc. (TX) Bank Texas $6,500,000 $1,947,271

Biscayne Bancshares, Inc. Bank Fla. $6,400,000 $1,871,974

First Intercontinental Bank Bank Ga. $6,398,000 -$2,229,115

Premier Financial Corp Bank Iowa $6,349,000 $2,429,669

Citizens Commerce Bancshares Bank Ky. $6,300,000 -$6,119,742

Carter Federal Credit Union Bank La. $6,300,000 -$3,330,650

Cardinal Bancorp II, Inc. Bank Mo. $6,251,000 $1,296,478

First Vernon Bancshares Bank Ala. $6,245,000 -$5,025,217

Randolph Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,229,000 $961,593

Moscow Bancshares Bank Tenn. $6,216,000 $1,516,432

Union Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,191,000 $840,293

OSB Financial Services Bank Texas $6,100,000 $1,562,316

Centric Financial Corporation Bank Pa. $6,056,000 $683,821

American State Bancshares Bank Kan. $6,000,000 $1,220,142

Beach Business Bank Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,263,316

IBW Financial Corporation Bank D.C. $6,000,000 -$4,982,933

ICB Financial Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,194,458

Patapsco Bancorp Bank Md. $6,000,000 $677,866

Peninsula Bank Holding Co Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,563,057

Gateway Bancshares Bank Ga. $6,000,000 $1,260,795

McLeod Bancshares, Inc. Bank Minn. $6,000,000 $870,433

Howard Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 $1,136,793

Rising Sun Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 -$5,787,363

IA Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.J. $5,976,000 $991,741

Navy Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Va. $5,909,981 -$5,909,981

First Bank Mortgage Servicer Mo. $5,836,485 -$5,836,485

Leader Bancorp Bank Mass. $5,830,000 $894,016

Security Business Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,803,000 $1,085,019

Central Bancshares Bank Texas $5,800,000 $1,059,177

FPB Bancorp Bank Fla. $5,800,000 -$5,526,112

CFBanc Corporation Bank D.C. $5,781,000 -$5,242,082

Seaside National Bank & Trust Bank Fla. $5,677,000 $844,349

United Financial Banking Companies Bank Va. $5,658,000 $991,965

Waukesha Bankshares Bank Wis. $5,625,000 $773,892

Boscobel Bancorp, Inc Bank Wis. $5,586,000 $1,423,244

First Southwest Bancorporation Bank Colo. $5,500,000 -$140,227

Valley Community Bank Bank Calif. $5,500,000 -$2,502,909

One Georgia Bank Bank Ga. $5,500,000 -$5,500,000

Legacy Bancorp Bank Wis. $5,498,000 -$5,142,921

American Bancorp of Illinois, Inc. Bank Ill. $5,457,000 -$4,668,490

The Private Bank of California Bank Calif. $5,450,000 $1,024,753

Highlands State Bank Bank N.J. $5,450,000 $761,927

Connecticut Bank and Trust Company Bank Conn. $5,448,000 $1,454,866

BankAsiana Bank N.J. $5,250,000 $315,584

Midtown Bank & Trust Company Bank Ga. $5,222,000 -$1,651,863

First Choice Bank Bank Calif. $5,146,000 $678,521

Mission Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,116,000 $759,584

Capital Commerce Bancorp, Inc. Bank Wis. $5,100,000 -$4,795,027

Franklin Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $5,097,000 -$677,129

First Resource Bank Bank Pa. $5,017,000 $714,794

Blue River Bancshares Bank Ind. $5,000,000 -$4,470,895

Commerce National Bank Bank Calif. $5,000,000 $602,969

Financial Security Corp Bank Wyo. $5,000,000 $914,597

First Express of Nebraska Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,074,313

Southern Illinois Bancorp Bank Ill. $5,000,000 $955,472

BlackRidge Financial, Inc. Bank N.D. $5,000,000 $1,127,326

Covenant Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $5,000,000 $1,594,635

AmFirst Financial Services, Inc. Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,523,255

Germantown Capital Corporation Bank Tenn. $4,967,000 $674,940

First ULB Corp Bank Calif. $4,900,000 $311,020

York Traditions Bank Bank Pa. $4,871,000 $834,023

Southern Heritage Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $4,862,000 $856,113

BNC Financial Group Bank Conn. $4,797,000 $876,922

First Menasha Bancshares Bank Wis. $4,797,000 $916,867

Alaska Pacific Bankshares Bank Alaska $4,781,000 $2,720,884

Monument Bank Bank Md. $4,734,000 $889,960

Capital Bancorp Bank Md. $4,700,000 $752,281

Western Reserve Bancorp, Inc Bank Ohio $4,700,000 $1,142,202

Virginia Company Bank Bank Va. $4,700,000 -$955,554

CalWest Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,656,000 -$4,259,837

MorEquity, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Ind. $4,628,164 -$4,628,164

Lafayette Bancorp Bank Miss. $4,551,000 -$3,762,646

Hope Federal Credit Union Bank Miss. $4,520,000 -$4,098,636

First Colebrook Bancorp Bank N.H. $4,500,000 $839,489

Puget Sound Bank Bank Wash. $4,500,000 $855,158

Georgia Primary Bank Bank Ga. $4,500,000 -$2,873,543

Mainline Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $4,500,000 $763,190

Community Pride Bank Corporation Bank Minn. $4,400,000 $627,765

CBB Bancorp Bank Ga. $4,397,000 $585,145

Pinnacle Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $4,389,000 -$4,104,001

Metropolitan Capital Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,388,000 $1,325,197

BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, N.A. (FIRST BUSINESS BANK, N.A.) Bank Calif. $4,243,000 $450,275

Northeast Bancorp Bank Maine $4,227,000 $1,262,384

Pacific Coast National Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,120,000 -$4,101,913

CB Holding Corp. Bank Ill. $4,114,000 -$3,842,421

21st Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $4,074,413 -$4,074,413

Community Bank of the Bay Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$3,628,336

Pacific Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$1,018,330

The Bank of Currituck Bank N.C. $4,021,000 -$2,108,316

California Bank of Commerce Bank Calif. $4,000,000 $755,900

Capital Pacific Bancorp Bank Ore. $4,000,000 $804,256

Carolina Trust Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 -$5,548

Hilltop Community Bancorp Bank N.J. $4,000,000 $467,049

Naples Bancorp Bank Fla. $4,000,000 -$3,043,934

Premier Service Bank Bank Calif. $4,000,000 $300,522

Santa Lucia Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,000,000 -$868,889

SBT Bancorp Bank Conn. $4,000,000 $717,144

Todd Bancshares Bank Ky. $4,000,000 $1,210,672

SV Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,000,000 $721,382

Grand Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $4,000,000 $717,145

Investors Financial Corporation of Pettis County Bank Mo. $4,000,000 -$3,825,676

Enterprise Financial Services Group Bank Pa. $4,000,000 $680,205

KS Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $137,336

Providence Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $596,313

Texas National Bancorporation Bank Texas $3,981,000 $494,307

Community Business Bank Bank Calif. $3,976,000 $698,053

Fidelity Bancorp, Inc (LA) Bank La. $3,942,000 $1,462,924

Peoples Bancshares of TN Bank Tenn. $3,900,000 -$135,012

Community Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ariz. $3,872,000 $1,325,157

Redwood Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $3,800,000 $710,626

Tifton Banking Company Bank Ga. $3,800,000 -$3,576,792

Selene Finance, LP Mortgage Servicer Texas $3,769,296 -$3,769,296

Pascack Community Bank Bank N.J. $3,756,000 $741,313

First Financial Bancshares Bank Kan. $3,756,000 $807,302

Financial Services of Winger, Inc. Bank Minn. $3,742,000 $745,324

Pathway Bancorp Bank Neb. $3,727,000 $901,862

Triad Bancorp Bank Mo. $3,700,000 $686,326

Patterson Bancshares Bank La. $3,690,000 $1,002,028

AMB Financial Corp Bank Ind. $3,674,000 $713,576

Allied First Bancorp Bank Ill. $3,652,000 -$3,242,246

CedarStone Bank Bank Tenn. $3,564,000 $1,108,099

Merchants and Manufacturers Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $3,510,000 $600,668

AB&T Financial Corp Bank N.C. $3,500,000 -$2,173,585

Mercantile Capital Corp Bank Mass. $3,500,000 $650,816

First Alliance Bancshares Bank Tenn. $3,422,000 -$418,323

Birmingham Bloomfield Bancshares Bank Mich. $3,379,000 $424,024

Bainbridge Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,372,000 $273,637

Madison Financial Corp Bank Ky. $3,370,000 $377,299

First Bank of Charleston Bank W.Va. $3,345,000 $615,105

California Oaks State Bank Bank Calif. $3,300,000 $502,219

Mountain Valley Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,300,000 $769,981

Bancorp of Okolona, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,297,000 $250,976

Congaree Bancshares Bank S.C. $3,285,000 $160,825

Treaty Oak Bancorp Bank Texas $3,268,000 -$2,575,585

Border Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $3,260,000 $263,698

Hometown Bancorp of Alabama Bank Ala. $3,250,000 $964,208

FPB Financial Corp Bank La. $3,240,000 $383,721

First Independence Corporation Bank Mich. $3,223,000 -$402,739

Oregon Bancorp Bank Ore. $3,216,000 $950,808

Resurgent Capital Services L.P. Mortgage Servicer S.C. $3,202,721 -$3,202,721

Kilmichael Bancorp, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,154,000 -$2,694,454

Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Bank Wyo. $3,100,000 $1,125,739

Fortune Financial Corporation Bank Mo. $3,100,000 $568,929

Grand Mountain Bancshares, Inc. Bank Colo. $3,076,000 -$3,076,000

Lone Star Bank Bank Texas $3,072,000 -$1,071,119

Sound Banking Company Bank N.C. $3,070,000 $566,309

FBHC Holding Company Bank Colo. $3,035,000 -$2,230,408

Citizens Community Bank Bank Va. $3,000,000 $574,645

Clover Community Bankshares Bank S.C. $3,000,000 $318,586

Marine Bank & Trust Company Bank Fla. $3,000,000 -$653,787

PGB Holdings Bank Ill. $3,000,000 -$2,480,792

St. Johns Bancshares Bank Mo. $3,000,000 -$1,870,842

Tennessee Valley Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $3,000,000 $331,713

Frontier Bancshares Bank Texas $3,000,000 $408,191

Freeport Bancshares Bank Ill. $3,000,000 $1,393,492

Fidelity Resources Company Bank Texas $3,000,000 $503,795

Bank of Commerce Bank N.C. $3,000,000 $87,573

Layton Park Financial Group Bank Wis. $3,000,000 -$67,838

Redwood Financial Bank Minn. $2,995,000 $575,812

F & C Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $2,993,000 $930,566

Alliance Bancshares Bank Ga. $2,986,000 $595,401

Santa Clara Valley Bank Bank Calif. $2,900,000 -$178,674

Berkshire Bancorp Bank Pa. $2,892,000 $509,124

US Metro Bank Bank Calif. $2,861,000 -$2,428,322

Santa Cruz Community Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,828,000 -$2,565,467

Omega Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,816,000 $587,602

Prairie Star Bancshares Bank Kan. $2,800,000 $321,271

Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,799,000 -$2,539,159

Tri-State Bank of Memphis Bank Tenn. $2,795,000 -$2,394,849

SouthFirst Bancshares Bank Ala. $2,760,000 $492,464

PNC Bank, National Association Mortgage Servicer Pa. $2,750,363 -$2,750,363

The Golden 1 Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $2,736,566 -$2,736,566

Worthington Financial Holdings, Inc. Bank Ala. $2,720,000 $60,391

DeSoto County Bank Bank Miss. $2,681,000 $93,101

Bank of George Bank Nev. $2,672,000 -$1,388,060

Regent Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $2,655,000 $480,328

Community First Guam Federal Credit Union Bank Guam $2,650,000 -$2,403,992

Shreveport Federal Credit Union Bank La. $2,646,000 -$2,401,098

Deerfield Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $2,639,000 $644,339

Manhattan Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $2,639,000 $822,607

Community Investors Bancorp Bank Ohio $2,600,000 $515,616

Northern State Bank Bank N.J. $2,571,000 $416,782

Goldwater Bank Bank Ariz. $2,568,000 -$1,074,250

Community 1st Bank Bank Calif. $2,550,000 $349,660

Plato Holdings Inc. Bank Minn. $2,500,000 $603,620

Atlantic City Federal Credit Union Bank Wyo. $2,500,000 $100,277

Pyramid Federal Credit Union Bank Ariz. $2,500,000 -$2,267,917

AmeriBank Holding Company Bank Okla. $2,492,000 $468,023

Grand Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $2,443,320 $1,425,153

Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Established 1945 Bank La. $2,400,000 $3,330

CSRA Bank Corp Bank Ga. $2,400,000 $347,755

Green Circle Investments Bank Iowa $2,400,000 $636,022

Brogan Bankshares, Inc. Bank Wis. $2,400,000 $622,880

NEMO Bancshares Inc. Bank Mo. $2,330,000 $869,347

IBT Bancorp Bank Texas $2,295,000 $641,463

Columbine Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,260,000 $429,480

CenterBank Bank Ohio $2,250,000 $94,348

Alternatives Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $2,234,000 -$2,026,610

Union Financial Corporation Bank N.M. $2,179,000 $460,872

Marix Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ariz. $2,162,025 -$2,162,025

Security Bancshares of Pulaski County Bank Mo. $2,152,000 -$134,090

Titonka Bancshares Bank Iowa $2,117,000 $452,493

Ojai Community Bank Bank Calif. $2,080,000 $574,759

Market Bancorporation Bank Minn. $2,060,000 $272,249

The Victory Bank Bank Pa. $2,046,000 $276,184

Ally Bank Mortgage Servicer Utah $2,022,105 -$2,022,105

Surrey Bancorp Bank N.C. $2,000,000 $314,972

TCNB Financial Corp Bank Ohio $2,000,000 $384,611

Nationwide Bankshares, Inc. Bank Neb. $2,000,000 $276,190

Atlantic Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $2,000,000 $528,554

Northwest Commercial Bank Bank Wash. $1,992,000 $388,393

RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.C. $1,969,376 -$1,969,376

Fresno First Bank Bank Calif. $1,968,000 $469,100

Virginia Community Capital, Inc. Bank Va. $1,915,000 -$1,737,224

Hometown Bancshares Bank Ky. $1,900,000 $329,804

Scotiabank de Puerto Rico Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $1,898,545 -$1,898,545

Merchants and Planters Bancshares Bank Tenn. $1,881,000 $350,562

Monadnock Bancorp Bank N.H. $1,834,000 $505,348

Seacoast Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $353,780

American Premier Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $252,682

M&T Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $1,758,214 -$1,758,214

Franklin Credit Management Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.J. $1,743,895 -$1,743,895

Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $1,709,000 -$1,550,824

BCB Holding Company Bank Ala. $1,706,000 $609,854

Manhattan Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,700,000 $129,711

Maryland Financial Bank Bank Md. $1,700,000 -$832,754

Signature Bancshares Bank Texas $1,700,000 $294,588

The State Bank of Bartley Bank Neb. $1,697,000 $333,299

Gateway Community Federal Credit Union Bank Mont. $1,657,000 $62,690

Gold Canyon Bank Bank Ariz. $1,607,000 -$1,553,141

Tongass Federal Credit Union Bank Alaska $1,600,000 -$1,451,467

Wescom Central Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $1,581,570 -$1,581,570

Hyperion Bank Bank Pa. $1,552,000 -$214,834

Saigon National Bank Calif. $1,549,000 -$1,549,000

D.C. Federal Credit Union Bank D.C. $1,522,000 -$1,381,130

Regional Bankshares Bank S.C. $1,500,000 $272,618

Vision Bank - Texas Bank Texas $1,500,000 $398,263

PFSB Bancorporation, Inc. Bank Wis. $1,500,000 $230,164

Indiana Bank Corp Bank Ind. $1,312,000 -$1,146,861

Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank Bank N.J. $1,300,000 -$1,212,816

Valley Financial Group, Ltd., 1st State Bank Bank Mich. $1,300,000 $189,776

Sterling Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Wash. $1,294,854 -$1,294,854

Vigo County Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $1,229,000 -$631,979

First Advantage Bancshares Inc. Bank Minn. $1,177,000 $151,320

ClearSpring Loan Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $1,167,552 -$1,167,552

Mortgage Center LLC Mortgage Servicer Mich. $1,120,797 -$1,120,797

Riverside Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $1,100,000 $522,714

Southside Credit Union Bank Texas $1,100,000 $67,894

Brewery Credit Union Bank Wis. $1,096,000 $41,465

Opportunities Credit Union Bank Vt. $1,091,000 -$990,022

Independence Bank Bank R.I. $1,065,000 $329,723

Community Bancshares Of Mississippi, Inc. (Community Holding Company Of Florida, Inc.) Bank Fla. $1,050,000 $170,301

Calvert Financial Corp Bank Mo. $1,037,000 -$821,554

Bank Financial Services, Inc. Bank Minn. $1,004,000 $110,680

BankGreenville Bank S.C. $1,000,000 $153,905

Butte Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $1,000,000 -$914,612

First Legacy Community Credit Union Bank N.C. $1,000,000 $70,167

Bern Bancshares Bank Kan. $985,000 $187,064

Gregory Funding, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ore. $929,252 -$929,252

Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $898,000 -$810,194

Gregg Bancshares Bank Mo. $825,000 -$779,810

Central Florida Educators Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $823,427 -$823,427

Banner County Bank Corp Bank Neb. $795,000 $147,412

RG Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $793,769 -$793,769

UNO Federal Credit Union Bank La. $743,000 $43,754

First State Bank of Mobeetie Bank Texas $731,000 $82,086

Urban Partnership Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $723,565 -$723,565

Farmers State Bancshares Bank Kan. $700,000 $130,174

Midwest Regional Bancorp Bank Mo. $700,000 $63,294

Independent Employers Group Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $698,000 -$633,396

Green City Bancshares Bank Mo. $651,000 $82,037

Quantum Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer Fla. $645,438 -$645,438

Corning Savings and Loan Association Bank Ark. $638,000 $21,705

Butler Point Bank Ill. $607,000 $117,125

Colonial American Bank Bank Pa. $574,000 $94,143

Mission Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $517,251 -$517,251

Bethex Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $502,000 -$455,537

Community Bancshares of Kansas Bank Kan. $500,000 $116,745

Seneca Mortgage Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $493,192 -$493,192

Kirksville Bancorp Bank Mo. $470,000 $152,228

Greater Nevada LLC dba Greater Nevada Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Nev. $464,269 -$464,269

Community Plus Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $450,000 -$408,350

Farmers & Merchants Financial Corp Bank Kan. $442,000 $58,200

Liberty County Teachers Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $435,000 -$310,213

Haviland Bancshares Bank Kan. $425,000 $62,524

Tulane-Loyola Federal Credit Union Bank La. $424,000 -$384,639

Technology Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $405,598 -$405,598

OwnersChoice Funding, Incorporated Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $403,372 -$403,372

Northeast Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $350,000 -$317,508

Greater Kinston Credit Union Bank N.C. $350,000 $10,714

ShoreBank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $346,986 -$346,986

North Side Community Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $325,000 -$294,919

The Freeport State Bank Bank Kan. $301,000 $78,459

Genesee Co-op Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 -$272,033

Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 -$272,250

Union Settlement Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $295,000 -$272,121

Statebridge Company, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $292,121 -$292,121

Silver State Schools Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Nev. $285,844 -$285,844

Neighborhood Trust Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $283,000 -$258,142

PHH Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.J. $281,064 -$281,064

Banco Popular de Puerto Rico Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $276,946 -$276,946

Prince Kuhio Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $273,000 $25,344

Wachovia Mortgage, FSB Mortgage Servicer Iowa $238,889 -$238,889

FCI Lender Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $225,868 -$225,868

United Bank Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Mich. $215,018 -$215,018

AmTrust Bank, A Division of New York Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $186,142 -$186,142

Hillsdale County National Bank Mortgage Servicer Mich. $180,883 -$180,883

Los Alamos National Bank Mortgage Servicer N.M. $172,820 -$172,820

Phenix Pride Federal Credit Union Bank Ala. $153,000 -$138,796

Schools Financial Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $151,549 -$151,549

Buffalo Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $145,000 -$131,539

Citizens 1st National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $141,806 -$141,806

ORNL Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $138,734 -$138,734

IC Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Mass. $137,873 -$137,873

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc Mortgage Servicer Va. $129,194 -$129,194

Yadkin Valley Bank Mortgage Servicer N.C. $121,412 -$121,412

Western Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $117,368 -$117,368

DuPage Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $113,836 -$113,836

Hill District Federal Credit Union Bank Pa. $100,000 -$90,744

Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $100,000 -$90,744

LenderLive Network, Inc Mortgage Servicer Colo. $96,269 -$96,269

Idaho Housing and Finance Association Mortgage Servicer Idaho $95,289 -$95,289

NJ Housing & Mortgage Finance Mortgage Servicer N.J. $79,319 -$79,319

Great Lakes Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $75,202 -$75,202

Thurston Union of Low Income People (TULIP) Cooperative Credit Union Bank Wash. $75,000 -$68,037

SN Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer La. $67,110 -$67,110

Fidelity Bank Mortgage Servicer La. $58,837 -$58,837

Lake City Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $57,696 -$57,696

Workers United Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $57,000 $2,822

Pathfinder Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $54,802 -$54,802

Park View Federal Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $53,936 -$53,936

Home Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer La. $53,328 -$53,328

Aurora Financial Group, Inc Mortgage Servicer N.J. $52,533 -$52,533

Horicon Bank Mortgage Servicer Wis. $51,490 -$51,490

Kondaur Capital Corporation Mortgage Servicer Calif. $50,602 -$50,602

IBM Southeast Employees' Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $48,589 -$48,589

Columbia Bank Mortgage Servicer N.J. $47,530 -$47,530

Heartland Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Ill. $46,352 -$46,352

The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Pa. $41,067 -$41,067

James B.Nutter and Company Mortgage Servicer Mo. $33,721 -$33,721

Florida Community Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Fla. $31,080 -$31,080

Renaissance Community Development Credit Union Bank N.J. $31,000 -$28,131

Faith Based Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $30,000 $2,777

Quicken Loans, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Mich. $29,916 -$29,916

Allstate Mortgage Loans & Investments, Inc Mortgage Servicer Fla. $29,093 -$29,093

Iberiabank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $25,502 -$25,502

Fresno County Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $24,954 -$24,954

Marsh Associates, Inc. Mortgage Servicer N.C. $20,337 -$20,337

Axiom Bank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $15,551 -$15,551

First Keystone Bank Mortgage Servicer Pa. $14,916 -$14,916

Fidelis Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $14,000 -$12,704

HomeStar Bank & Financial Services Mortgage Servicer Ill. $13,322 -$13,322

Community Credit Union of Florida Mortgage Servicer Fla. $12,631 -$12,631

Glass City Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ohio $12,473 -$12,473

United Bank Mortgage Servicer Ga. $12,168 -$12,168

Desjardins Bank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $11,576 -$11,576

Purdue Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ind. $11,379 -$11,379

Lake National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $10,651 -$10,651

Ameriana Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $10,500 -$10,500

Oakland Municipal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $10,068 -$10,068

Union Baptist Church Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $10,000 -$9,072

Franklin Savings Mortgage Servicer Ohio $9,614 -$9,614

Webster Bank, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Conn. $8,000 -$8,000

Plaza Home Mortgage, Inc Mortgage Servicer Calif. $7,916 -$7,916

Mortgage Investors Group Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $7,833 -$7,833

Cheviot Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $7,202 -$7,202

East End Baptist Tabernacle Federal Credit Union Bank Conn. $7,000 -$6,352

First Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Calif. $6,916 -$6,916

California Housing Finance Agency Mortgage Servicer Calif. $6,541 -$6,541

Midwest Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $4,817 -$4,817

Colorado Federal Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Colo. $2,442 -$2,442

Bank of Camden Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $2,271 -$2,271

Land/Home Financial Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $2,149 -$2,149

Flagstar Capital Markets Corporation Mortgage Servicer Mich. $2,000 -$2,000

Georgia Housing & Finance Authority DBA State Home Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Ga. $2,000 -$2,000

Guaranty Bank Mortgage Servicer Minn. $1,916 -$1,916

ViewPoint Bank Mortgage Servicer Texas $1,512 -$1,512

First Financial Bank N.A. Mortgage Servicer Idaho $1,333 -$1,333

First Citizens Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer N.C. $916 -$916

QLending, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0

Community Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Pa. $0 $0

Horizon Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Ind. $0 $0

Hartford Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Wis. $0 $0

iServe Residential Lending, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $0 $0

iServe Servicing, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $0 $0

Vist Financial Corp Mortgage Servicer Pa. $0 $0

Wealthbridge Mortgage Corp Mortgage Servicer Ore. $0 $0

RBC Bank (USA) Mortgage Servicer N.C. $0 $0

Amarillo National Bank Mortgage Servicer Texas $0 $0

American Financial Resources Inc. Mortgage Servicer N.J. $0 $0

Capital International Financial, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0

CU Mortgage Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Minn. $0 $0

First Federal Bank of Florida Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0

Gateway Mortgage Group, LLC Mortgage Servicer Okla. $0 $0

Liberty Bank and Trust Co Mortgage Servicer La. $0 $0

Magna Bank (servicing) Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $0 $0

Schmidt Mortgage Company Mortgage Servicer Ohio $0 $0

Stockman Bank of Montana Mortgage Servicer Mont. $0 $0

Weststar Mortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Va. $0 $0

Bangor Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Maine $0 $0

Sun West Mortgage Company, Inc Mortgage Servicer Calif. $0 $0

PrimeWest Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Texas $0 $0

Everbank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0

Bridgelock Capital dba Peak Loan Servicing Mortgage Servicer Calif. $0 $01


Companies and Groups Pushing for Net Neutrality


Here is the list of Companies and Groups Pushing for Net Neutrality

(Note: The backers may not necessarily be evil, as this Net Neutrality issue is really deceptive, but check the list here to see if any groups match previous bad guy lists to check their real motives. Also, do research to see who they are and try to guess their motivation for pushing for Net Neutrality. After all, innocent people, including myself, have/had bought the deception of what Net Neutrality was and pushed for it at one time or another. Research is the key to finding out the bad guys here.)

Netflix

Google


Microsoft

1

FreePress.net

Association of Research Libraries (ARL)2

ACLU3

The Internet Association4

Consumers Union5

ShapeWays6

Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Twitter, and Yahoo7


CAIR Funders and Buddies


ABC 7 News

American Islamic College

All Smiles Orthodontists

Always Printing

Amana Mutual Funds

Ashbai Law Group

Aqsa School

Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals

Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago

Crescent Foods

Downtown Islamic Center

Hayatt Home Medical

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

INFANCA


Illinois Islamic Association

Inner-city Muslim Action Network

Irshad Learning Center

Islamic Cultural Center - Greater Chicago

JS Accounting

Mava Dental

Morgan Stanley

Muslim Women's Alliance

#MyJihad

NCS Tax Services

New York Life Insurance Company

Pakistan Times

Pita Inn

Prayer Center of Orland Park

RJK Solutions

SAMS Midwest

Sound Vision

Universal School

University Islamic Financial

Zakat Foundation

ZKT Law, LLC1

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, the New York Foundation, andthe Tides Foundation. (Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6176 )

American Airlines Source: http://www.wnd.com/2015/10/chairman-of-local-hamas-front-group-trains-jet-mechanics/

Source: http://www.ruthfullyyours.com/2015/10/13/aa-stops-service-to-tel-aviv-and-awards-cair-chairman-coincidence-see-note-please/


Companies That Pushed for the Iran Deal


I think Apple might be. Boeing and General Electric also may be involved. Citibank, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley also stand to benefit from the lifting of sanctions.

Left Wing Funders


Foundation Assets Grants Awarded Year

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

33,498,185,159

3,626,100,000

2009

Ford Foundation

10,373,847,207

476,173,989

2009

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

8,490,415,783

354,956,931

2009

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

6,851,296,219

345,190,721

2009

W. K. Kellogg Foundation

6,371,046,123

305,000,000

2009

David and Lucile Packard Foundation

5,699,231,606

282,825,448

2009

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

5,237,796,060

234,719,855

2009

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

5,051,529,429

216,162,235

2009

Rockefeller Foundation

3,317,100,678

145,129,900

2009

Annie E. Casey Foundation

2,564,720,003

150,343,185

2009

Carnegie Corporation of New York

2,432,582,536

112,195,444

2009

Simons Foundation

1,406,194,090

87,024,914

2009

Howard Heinz Endowments

1,363,037,029

55,124,695

2009

Open Society Institute

1,102,893,795

1,035,719,221

2009

Sandler Foundation

866,533,972

51,325,595

2009

Ahmanson Foundation

857,431,395

44,392,650

2009

Joyce Foundation

773,627,899

36,046,443

2009

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

729,263,381

31,188,924

2009

Surdna Foundation

693,515,303

38,678,619

2009

Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

590,983,904

21,624,544

2009

Vira I. Heinz Endowment

486,147,664

21,904,943

2005

Minneapolis Foundation

479,912,634

33,958,319

2010

Public Welfare Foundation

445,896,838

22,400,036

2009

Nathan Cummings Foundation

415,102,143

19,944,000

2009

Pew Charitable Trusts

350,837,431

106,223,642

2009

Verizon Foundation

241,741,456

56,289,332

2009

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

240,720,289

14,681,123

2009

Jenifer Altman Foundation

233,640,422

12,112,837

2009

William J. Clinton Foundation

181,936,614

4,046,086

2009

Tides Foundation

175,019,369

97,028,446

2009

Blue Moon Fund

173,631,303

9,735,736

2009

Educational Foundation of America

162,081,218

8,610,634

2009

United Nations Foundation

136,682,490

54,354,979

2009

Freddie Mac Foundation

133,953,554

13,119,576

2009

Bullitt Foundation

101,927,252

6,718,467

2009

Mertz Gilmore Foundation

101,021,755

6,066,405

2009

Flora Family Foundation

99,882,823

4,057,743

2009

Bauman Family Foundation

95,212,399

5,775,000

2010

Heinz Family Foundation

94,600,511

4,443,968

2009

Sierra Club

88,509,397

40,734,048

2009

J. M. Kaplan Fund

87,279,542

11,244,886

2009

Rockefeller Family Fund

87,257,641

8,884,650

2009

David Geffen Foundation

86,617,976

4,036,351

2009

Stanley Foundation

79,483,347

0

2009

Scherman Foundation

69,604,419

1,682,950

2009

Tides Center

69,556,930

5,959,805

2009

Energy Foundation

68,673,826

90,425,648

2009

AT&T Foundation

68,650,008

61,820,540

2009

Summit Charitable Foundation

68,269,520

6,681,134

2009

Columbia Foundation

67,970,254

2,543,274

2010

Compton Foundation

64,316,869

4,407,309

2009

Century Foundation

63,465,551

0

2010

Woods Fund of Chicago

56,844,180

2,693,760

2009

Prospect Hill Foundation

52,985,454

3,169,927

2009

Merck Family Fund

51,964,740

3,619,310

2009

Arca Foundation

48,011,069

1,872,793

2009

Town Creek Foundation

45,213,983

2,585,500

2009

Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation

44,534,986

2,780,520

2009

Foundation For Deep Ecology

43,216,776

1,167,854

2010

New World Foundation

40,675,611

9,151,838

2009

Ms. Foundation for Women

36,949,599

3,276,500

2010

Ploughshares Fund

35,741,105

5,236,650

2009

Schooner Foundation

33,351,026

3,456,397

2009

Schumann Center for Media and Democracy

32,781,435

2,890,280

2009

Allstate Foundation

31,544,604

18,344,750

2009

Alan B. Slifka Foundation

30,556,989

6,092,308

2009

Aetna Foundation

29,669,325

12,027,034

2009

Target Foundation

28,323,444

9,750,000

2010

New-Land Foundation

26,814,091

1,730,970

2009

Bank of America Foundation

25,110,853

190,668,042

2009

Funding Exchange

22,650,137

3,882,901

2009

Living Cities

22,219,372

16,728,332

2009

Lear Family Foundation

20,670,643

1,920,558

2009

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

18,380,219

20,774,269

2009

Wieboldt Foundation

17,864,007

753,714

2009

Glaser Progress Foundation

15,447,040

1,815,250

2009

Colombe Foundation

14,613,647

1,206,500

2010

Public Interest Projects

13,727,343

26,349,380

2009

Liberty Hill Foundation

13,100,108

4,896,583

2009

Stewart R. Mott Foundation

13,044,892

909,256

2008

Barbra Streisand Foundation

11,388,708

1,445,000

2009

Samuel Rubin Foundation

10,891,436

520,722

2010

American Express Foundation

8,212,520

7,739,700

2009

Turner Foundation

8,212,520

12,557,124

2005

Shefa Fund

7,173,516

4,216,198

2006

Jewish Funds for Justice

6,439,130

1,039,078

2009

Proteus Fund

5,402,326

6,088,118

2009

Ben & Jerry's Foundation

5,320,384

1,799,080

2009

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

4,736,095

112,733

2009

Sara Lee Foundation

4,242,996

2,344,982

2009

ChevronTexaco Foundation

3,511,914

521,952

2009

Threshold Foundation

2,910,371

1,351,328

2009

Rosenberg Fund for Children

2,744,738

304,378

2009

Grassroots International

2,370,792

1,889,806

2009

National Comm. for Responsive Philanthropy

2,069,093

0

2009

Sunlight Foundation

2,066,772

2,640,282

2009

Righteous Persons Foundation

2,032,636

3,335,500

2009

PBS Foundation

1,838,189

2,777,352

2009

CarEth Foundation

1,836,013

0

2008

Peace Development Fund

1,328,101

277,775

2009

A. J. Muste Memorial Institute

1,253,123

842,790

2009

JEHT Foundation

962,818

0

2009

Three Rivers Community Foundation

920,674

145,886

2009

Alliance for Global Justice

898,823

305,448

2010

Stern Family Fund

806,158

311,500

2005

Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation

666,488

40,698

2009

Beldon Fund

571,072

3,287,500

2009

Agape Foundation

364,139

497,786

2009

New York Times Company Foundation

308,902

1,545,535

2009

Neighborhood Funders Group

239,017

0

2009

Progress Unity Fund

213,523

198,481

2009

People’s Rights Fund

79,201

245,130

2009

Interfaith Funders

40,930

0

2010

Changemakers

26,493

0

2009

Civil Justice Foundation

3,347

40,000

2010

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/Articles/Left%20Wing%20Funding%20-%20No%20Zero%20or%20Neg%20Assets.xls

Funders of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation


(Note: Despite the name, it’s anything but what its name implies!)

Some notable members of the MRFF Advisory Board are Richard T. Schlosberg III, the immediate past President and CEO of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; Smita Singh, Director of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Global Development Program; and former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Wilson. (Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7312 )


Companies Paying Americans the Least


1. Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

2. Yum! Brands, Inc.

3. McDonald’s Corp.

4. The Kroger Co.

5. Target Corp.

6. Aramark

7. The TJX Companies, Inc.

8. Sears Holdings Corporation

9. Starbucks Corporation

10. Macy’s, Inc.

11. Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.

12. Darden Restaurants, Inc.

13. The Gap, Inc.

Source: http://247wallst.com/special-report/2015/09/03/companies-paying-americans-the-least-3/5/


Worst Companies to Work For


This doesn’t imply here that they might be against liberty, but this is more data to try and see if there is a correlation between bad companies to work for and any anti-liberty tendencies

1.) Express Scripts

2.) Dillard’s

3.) Kmart

4.) Forever 21

5.) Xerox

6.) Sears

7.) AECOM

8.) DISH Network

9.) Ross Stores

10.) Dollar General

11.) Computer Sciences Corporation

12.) CVS Health

Source: http://247wallst.com/special-report/2015/06/29/the-worst-companies-to-work-for/4/


Democracy Partners Buddies


(Note, this is a Left-wing group)

Environmental


  • Earthjustice

  • Environmental Law and Policy Center

  • Generation Green

  • Green for All / Rebuild the Dream / Van Jones

  • League of Conservation Voters

  • Moral Climate Action

  • Natural Resources Defense Council

  • Nevada Conservation Voters

  • NextGen Climate Action Partners for Open Space

  • Student Environmental Action Council

  • The Wilderness Society

Healthcare


  • Campaign for Quality Care, Illinois

  • Compassion and Choices

  • Health Care for America Now (HCAN)

  • Healthcare Reform Collaboration

  • National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

  • North Dakota Health Care Reform '09

Immigration


  • Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

  • Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR)

  • Immigration Reform for America

  • Reform Immigration for America

Issue & Referenda


  • Vote No on 2 Maine

  • No On Tabor II

  • YES on 744

Corporate & Association


  • Anheuser-Busch

  • American Association for Justice

  • American Heart Association

  • American Small Business Alliance

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Campaign for Competitive Electric Rates of Illinois

  • Comcast Corporation

  • CREDO

  • DailyKos

  • First State Bank of Bedias

  • Grassroots Solutions

  • Growth Squared

  • Harrah's Casinos

  • IBT

  • IDEXX Laboratories

  • Illinois Association of Social Service Executives

  • Integrated Bank Technologies

  • MacCormac College

  • MoveOn.org

  • National Indian Gaming Association

  • Red Cross of Illinois

  • Roscoe State Bank

  • Southwest Electric Cooperative of Illinois

  • Wikimedia Foundation / Wikipedia

  • Working Assets

  • World Learning Center, Washington DC

Choice, Equality & Civil Rights


  • EMILY's List

  • Family Equality Council

  • Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund

  • GLAAD – (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation)

  • Guttmacher Institute

  • Hardy Girls, Healthy Women Inc.

  • Human Rights Campaign

  • Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights

  • Mobilize for Women's Lives

  • NAACP

  • NAACP National Voter Fund

  • NARAL

  • National Organization for Women

  • National Women’s Law Center

  • One Colorado

  • Oregon NARAL

  • Planned Parenthood

  • Protect Maine Equality

  • Women's Voices. Women Vote.

  • Women's Voices. Women Vote. Action Fund

  • Voters for Choice

International


  • Bulgarian Association for Fair Elections

  • Committee for Ukrainian Voters

  • Democratic Party of Slovakia

  • Great Lakes Institute

  • National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI)

  • Our team has been called upon to work in: Gaza, Hungary, Israel, Moldova, Nigeria, Romania, and Slovakia.

Philanthropy & Funders


  • Arcus Foundation/Jon Stryker

  • Arca Foundation

  • Atlantic Philanthropies

  • Brave New Foundation

  • Democracy Alliance

  • Ford Foundation

  • National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

  • New Israel Funds

  • Leo Hindery

  • Peter Buttenwieser

  • Rockefeller Family Fund

  • Solidago Foundation

  • Warren Hellman

  • Women's Donor Network

Labor & Trade Unions


  • AFL-CIO

  • AFSCME Council 31, Illinois

  • Alliance for Retired Americans (ARA)

  • American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

  • American Federation of Teachers

  • Change To Win

  • Communications Workers of America (CWA)

  • Community Labor Coalition

  • Illinois Joint Council

  • National Nurses United

  • Nevadans for Nevada

  • Protect Our Jobs

  • Putting Maine To Work

  • Restaurant Opportunities Center United

  • Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

  • SEIU 721

  • SEIU 1021

  • SEIU-USWW

  • United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters

  • United Auto Workers CAP Council

  • United Food and Commercial Workers Union

  • United Steelworkers Union of America (USWA)

  • We Are Ohio

NGOs, Non-Profits and Think Tanks


  • 21st Century Democrats

  • Access Living of Chicago

  • Alliance for a Better Minnesota

  • Alliance for Excellent Education

  • amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

  • America Coming Together

  • American Family Voices

  • American Families United

  • American Jewish World Service

  • Americans Against Escalation in Iraq

  • Americans for Financial Reform (AFR)

  • Americans for Small Town Values

  • Americans for Tax Fairness

  • Americans United for Change

  • Americans United to Protect Social Security

  • AMOS, Jewish Social Justice initiative

  • Arizona Leadership Institute

  • Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now

  • Atlantic Philanthropies

  • Brady Campaign

  • Campaign for a Progressive Future

  • Campaign for America's Future (CAF)

  • Campaign to Renew and Rebuild America NOW!

  • Center for American Progress

  • Center for Community Change

  • Center for Democracy in the Americas

  • Center for Health, Environment and Justice

  • Chicago Housing Authority

  • Citizen Action, Illinois

  • Citizens Information Service, Chicago

  • Citizens Utility Board of Illinois

  • Coalition for Democratic Values

  • Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

  • Coalition for Progress

  • Communities for Quality Education

  • Community Renewal Society of Chicago

  • Consumer Fund of Texas

  • Corporate Action Network

  • Democracy Matters

  • Drug Policy Alliance

  • Educate Our State

  • Emergency Campaign for America's Priorities (ECAP)

  • EVS Communications

  • Fair Taxes for All (FTFA)

  • Faith in Public Life

  • Families USA

  • Florida Consumer Action Network Foundation (FCANF)

  • FoodBank NYC

  • Haiti Aid Watchdog

  • Harvest of Empire LLC

  • Israel Action Network

  • J Street

  • Linea Dirceta

  • Leadership Center for the Common Good

  • Maine People’s Alliance

  • Media Matters for America

  • Michigan Citizen Action Education Fund

  • Midwest Academy

  • Minnesota Families

  • Minnesota Farm 2 School

  • National Women's Political Caucus

  • National Association for Equality in Education (NAFEO)

  • National People's Action

  • Netroots Nation

  • New Jersey Citizen Action

  • New Leaders Conference

  • New York Citizen Action

  • One Nation Working Together, Senior Advisor

  • Open Buffalo

  • People for the American Way

  • Phillip Randolph Institute

  • Progressive Congress

  • Progressive States Network

  • Rebuild and Renew America Now Campaign

  • Union of Concerned Scientists

  • United For a Fair Economy (UFE)

  • USAction

  • Violence Policy Center

  • Violence Prevention Campaign

  • Voices for Illinois Children

  • Voices for Progress

  • Voter Participation Center

  • We Are America Alliance

  • Women’s Campaign School at Yale University

  • Women Donors Network

  • Working Films

  • Wisconsin Citizen Action



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