Donors

My candidacy was founded on the idea of helping those in need; and I can't think of anyone who needs money more than me, myself and I. Ever since my candidacy was established, I have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest; My bank account.

 

Our team is made up entirely of special interest groups; Big Banks, Big Oil, anything BIG with BIG MONEY! 

 

Do you want to support me by helping with my work? Then do not hesitate to contact us. A helping hand is always greatly appreciated! Especially a helping hand with a dollar in it!

 

I'm Ted Cruz and I approve this message.

TED CRUZ DONORS

Top 20 Contributors to Campaign Cmte

 

Senator Ted Cruz has reported a total of 30,304 contributions ($200 or more) totaling $23,231,886 in 2013-2014. 

Rank

Contributor

Hires lobbyists?

Lobbying firm?*

Lobbyist(s)
give to
member?

Total

Indivs

PACs

1 Club for Growth       $705,657 $705,602 $55
2 Senate Conservatives Fund       $315,991 $305,991 $10,000
3 Woodforest Financial Group       $111,500 $111,500 $0
4 Goldman Sachs   $69,350 $64,350 $5,000
5 Morgan Lewis LLP     $67,550 $67,550 $0
6 RE Janes Gravel Co       $60,600 $60,600 $0
7 Sullivan & Cromwell   $60,113 $60,113 $0
8 Baker Botts LLP     $45,413 $37,913 $7,500
9 Jones Day       $44,500 $44,500 $0
10 Wapiti Energy       $43,150 $43,150 $0
11 McCombs Enterprises       $37,350 $37,350 $0
12 Bartlit, Beck et al       $36,550 $36,550 $0
13 Moncrief Oil International       $36,500 $36,500 $0
14 Jackson Walker LLP       $36,399 $36,399 $0
15 Mason Capital Management       $34,000 $34,000 $0
16 Credit Suisse Group   $33,435 $30,935 $2,500
17 Avalon Advisors       $32,900 $32,900 $0
18 Mansefeldt Investment       $32,600 $32,600 $0
19 Scot Industries       $31,700 $31,700 $0
20 Hunt Companies       $31,400 $31,400 $0
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*registrants, or active lobbying firm

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 2011-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

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NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for 2011-2016and based on Federal Election Commission data available electronically on echo Monday, February 22, 2016. ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

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