Author: The Huffington Post News Editors
Article MentionsAuthor, The Huffington Post News Editors
Mentioned, Julian Robertson
Mentioned, Mitt Romney
Mentioned, President Barack Obama
Mentioned, Patrick Durkin
Mentioned, USA Today
Mentioned, Goldman Sachs
Mentioned, Bank of America
Mentioned, The Washington Post
Mentioned, Credit Suisse
Mitt Romney won't disclose his bundlers, but that didn't stop USA Today from analyzing campaign contributions and fundraising invitations to piece together the list of top dollar fundraisers for the Romney campaign. USA Today: "Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney depends on a wide network of venture capitalists, hedge-fund managers and other Wall Street bankers to raise the hundreds of millions he has amassed in his bid to oust President Obama, a USA TODAY analysis of his fundraising operation shows. More than 300 people or nearly a quarter of the roughly 1,200 individuals USA TODAY has identified as Romney fundraisers come from the world of finance, more than any other sector. More than a dozen come from the ranks of a single c...(read more)
... Mitt Romney won't disclose his bundlers, but that didn't stop USA Today from analyzing campaign contributions and fundraising invitations to piece together the list of top dollar fundraisers for the Romney campaign. USA Today: "Republican presidentia ...
... and Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap. ...Unlike Obama, Romney has refused to name his top fundraisers. USA TODAY reviewed Federal Election Commission data, invitations to 85 Romney fundraising events obtained by the non-partisan Sunlight Foundat ...
... and Barack Obama are raising millions of dollars from the financial sector. Romney is leading in the race for financial sector contributions at a time when many at the top of the industry find themselves under a very serious investigation as part of ...
... as of May. Incumbent members of Congress have received nearly one-third of the financial sector's donations so far. And much money has flowed from employees of banks that may be implicated in the financial sector's biggest scandal since the 2008 coll ...