Democratics have received 14 percent of total Springfield contributions this year.
Springfield campaign contributions are slightly less than the average zip code, according to OpenSecrets.org, with $35,719 in contributions as of July 9, 2012.
The national average zip code contributes $38,212.
Springfield's contributions at the end of 2010 totaled $131,345.
The contributions are based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on July 9, 2012.
Listed below are the top 10 contributions from 19064 during the 2012 cycle:SIMPSON, ROBERT B MR Romney, Mitt (R) BRINKER SIMPSON $2,500 05/02/12 CARMANICO, JOHN C MR SR Romney, Mitt (R) INFORMATION REQUESTED PER BEST EFFORTS $2,500 05/09/12 COLFLESH, SAMUEL Perkins, Christopher S (R) UNIVERSAL TRUST PRIVATE LIMITED $2,500 12/17/11 SNOW, EDWARD MR Romney, Mitt (R) THE CARMEN CORPORATION $2,500 01/18/12 MCCALLEN, JOSHUA J F MR Santorum, Rick (R) BUSINESS ARMORY $1,000 01/31/12 RICHARDS, JOAN K MS Hospital & Health Assn of Pennsylvania CROZER-KEYSTONE HEALTH SYSTEM $900 02/09/11 SIMPSON, ROBERT B MR Meehan, Patrick (R) BRINKER SIMPSON & CO. $775 03/15/12 FISCHER, BRUCE MR Hospital & Health Assn of Pennsylvania CROZER-KEYSTONE HEALTH SYSTEM $750 04/22/11 BAGGIANO, CATHERINE National Italian American PAC SELF EMPLOYED $740 03/14/11 CONNOLLY, DENNIS Philadelphia Federal Credit Union CONNOLLY, GRADY & CHA $700 04/15/11