Graph of the Day for April 23, 2010

"The Democratic National Committee launched a television ad Friday accusing Republicans of appealing to Wall Street for campaign money in exchange for stopping proposed financial regulation from being passed."  CNN, Feb. 5, 2010.

Goldman Sachs' Political Contributions Over the Years



Source:  Open Secrets.


Hoven's Index for April 23, 2010


Political contributions in 2008 cycle for various TARP bailoutees, total amount (% to Democrats):

Goldman Sachs:  $5,934,089 (75%)

Citigroup:  $4,879,138 (63%)

JP Morgan:  $4,818,750 (62%)

Morgan Stanley:  $3,715,685 (57%)

Bank of America:  $2,967,713 (56%)

AIG:  $1,202,748 (65%)

Source:  Open Secrets (links embedded above for each contributor).


Graph of the Day Archive.

"The Democratic National Committee launched a television ad Friday accusing Republicans of appealing to Wall Street for campaign money in exchange for stopping proposed financial regulation from being passed."  CNN, Feb. 5, 2010.

Goldman Sachs' Political Contributions Over the Years



Source:  Open Secrets.


Hoven's Index for April 23, 2010


Political contributions in 2008 cycle for various TARP bailoutees, total amount (% to Democrats):

Goldman Sachs:  $5,934,089 (75%)

Citigroup:  $4,879,138 (63%)

JP Morgan:  $4,818,750 (62%)

Morgan Stanley:  $3,715,685 (57%)

Bank of America:  $2,967,713 (56%)

AIG:  $1,202,748 (65%)

Source:  Open Secrets (links embedded above for each contributor).


Graph of the Day Archive.

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