Personal Advocacy and Political Contributions

 

Personal Advocacy and Political Contributions*

Jan. 2008 to Feb. 2014

 

$5,000,000 – $9,999,999
StudentsFirst
$1,000,000 -$4,999,999
American Civil Liberties Union, Inc
Liberty Initiative Fund
Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Inc.
Texans for Education Reform
$500,000 -$999,999
Education Reform Now Advocacy
Indirect Contributions – Patient Rights
Indirect Contributions – Pension Reform
Stand for Children, Inc.
$100,000 -$499,999
American LeadHERship PAC
Better Way LA PAC, Inc.
California Center for Public Health Advocacy
California Charter Schools Association
California Pension Reform
Citizens for a Better Arizona
Citizens to Protect PA Jobs
Colorado Commits to Kids
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
Indirect Contributions – Soda Tax
EngageRI
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Mainstream Colorado
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
Secure Oklahoma
 Support our Public Schools
$50,000 -$99,999
Alabama Policy Institute
Baton Rouge Area Chamber
Coalition for School Reform
Committee for Pension Fairness
Kick the Can Telluride
Obama Victory Fund
Texas Public Policy Foundation
Wendy Davis Campaign
$10,000 -$49,999
Alliance for Better Classrooms (ABC) PAC
Anna Eastman Campaign
Annise Parker Campaign
Chicago for Rahm Emanuel
Colorado Coordinated Campaign
Democratic National Committee
Democrats for Education Reform
Gene Locke for Mayor
Judith Cruz Campaign
Kira Orange Jones BESE Campaign
No Labels
Paula Harris Campaign
Richmond Fit for Life
Vote Now Houston
*The list above includes donations made directly as well as through the Action Now Initiative, an independent 501(c)(4)
organization based in Houston, Texas.

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