Top Donors to 7th District Congressional Campaigns

Incumbent Pat Meehan overwhelmingly outguns George Badey when it comes to raising funds.

Seventh District Republican Congressman Pat Meehan's capaign has raised about five times as much money in his re-election bid than his Democratic challenger George Badey.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, a campaign finance organization, Meehan has raised $2,359,293 as of September 30.

Badey has raised $493,001 in the same time period.

Forty-nine percent of the funds raised by Meehan come from PACs; 48 percent from “large contributions.”

Forty-six percent of the funds raised by Badey come from “large contributions”; 26 percent from “candidate self-financing.”

The top ten contributors to Meehan's campaign came from:

Cozen O'Connor $25,249 Boeing Co $17,500 Hankin Management $15,000 National Air Traffic Controllers Assn $15,000 Pepper Hamilton LLP $14,750 Conrad O'Brien PC $13,780 Goldman Sachs $13,300 Obermayer, Rebmann et al $11,500 National Realty Corp $11,300 Alston & Bird $11,000

The top ten contributors to Badey's campaign came from:

Ironworkers Union $10,000 Sheet Metal Workers Union $7,500 American Assn for Justice $5,000 Badey Sloan Digenova PC $5,000 Communications Workers of America $5,000 Gene Therapy Systems $5,000 Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union $5,000 Teamsters Union $5,000 United Steelworkers $5,000 Martin, Banks et al $4,000

CRP notes that the organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families.

Read more fundraising statistics for this race at the Center for Responsive Politics' Web site.


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