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Corporate Soft Money Contributions

Eighty-four companies controlled by or employing these 212 Pioneers contributed an additional $21 million in soft money contributions to political party committees since the 96 election cycle, $15.5 million to the Republicans, $5.5 million to the Democrats.
 

25 Biggest Soft Money Donors
Corporation
Total
 Republican
Democrat
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
$1,988,913 
$1,511,403
$477,510
Enron Corp
$1,953,350
$1,501,000
$452,350
Goldman, Sachs & Co
$1,687,435
$335,435
 $1,352,000
CSX Corp
$1,475,001
$1,269,995
$205,006
Ernst & Young
$1,356,276
$662,741
$693,535
American International Group
$1,278,100
$658,100
$620,000
Edison Electric Institute
$861,925
$484,775
$377,150
MBNA America Bank
$832,500
$682,500
$150,000
Chemical Manufacturers Assn
$691,108
$629,458
$61,650
Huizenga Holdings
$562,370
$522,370
$40,000
US Sugar Corp
$505,775
$338,275
$167,500
Brown-Forman Corp
$448,097
$347,800
$100,297
Kojaian Management
$438,100
$438,100
$0
Akin, Gump et al
$431,700
$296,400
$135,300
Johnson Co
$420,250
$420,250
$0
Joseph C Canizaro Interests
$365,000
$365,000
$0
Food Marketing Institute
$349,024
$293,524
$55,500
JM Family Enterprises
$313,075
$260,075
$53,000
American General Financial Group
$304,000
$304,000
$0
Cypress Farms Inc
$269,594
$269,594
$0
McKinley Assoc
$265,000
$265,000
$0
Harbour Group Ltd
$251,500
$251,500
$0
Andersen Worldwide
$250,408
$238,908
$11,500
Blank, Rome et al
$203,250
$158,250
$45,000
Boston Capital
$193,050
$40,550
$152,500



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