FACTBOX-Top campaign donors to U.S. super committee members

Thu Aug 11, 2011 6:37pm EDT

 WASHINGTON, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Here is a look at some of
the top donors to election campaigns for the 12 members of the
U.S. Congress named to a deficit-fighting "super committee."
 Known as the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction,
the panel is expected to be the most heavily lobbied body in
Washington ahead of its Nov. 23 deadline for making
recommendations on $1.5 trillion in additional budget savings.
 Unless specified, donations below combine members' campaign
committees and leadership PACs (political action committees).
Data is from www.opensecrets.org.
 SENATE DEMOCRATS
 Patty Murray of Washington state
* Software giant Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O), Redmond, Washington -
$223,875 in 2012 cycle; $243,625 in 2010 cycle
* Early Money is Like Yeast List, a national PAC that promotes
pro-choice female Democrats - $ 202,656 each in 2010 and 2012
* Aerospace group Boeing Co (BA.N), Chicago, Illinois, formerly
based in Seattle area - $120,110 in 2012; $135,910 in 2010
 Max Baucus of Montana
 In 2010
* Drugmaker Schering-Plough Corp., New Jersey (merged with
Merck & Co (MRK.N) in 2009) - $66,200
* Investment bank Goldman Sachs Group (GS.N) - $51,900
* Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts - $47,000
 In 2012
* Law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld - $48,036
* Kohlberg Kravis Roberts - $ 47,000
* Schering-Plough - $44,200
 John Kerry of Massachusetts
 In 2010
* Private equity firm Bain Capital, Boston - $81,200
* Law firm DLA Piper - $79,150
* Law firm Margol and Pennington - $58,800
 In 2012
* Bain Capital - $66,600
* Telecom group Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O), Philadelphia - $52,765
* DLA Piper - $52,450
 SENATE REPUBLICANS
 Jon Kyl of Arizona
 In 2010
* Club for Growth, conservative PAC - $155,753
* Financial giant Citigroup Inc (C.N) of New York - $72,599
* Energy group Pinnacle West Capital, Arizona - $66,500
 In 2012
* Citigroup - $38,199
* Law firm Blank Rome LLP - $29,100
* Telecom group AT&T Inc (T.N) - $26,000
 Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania
 In 2010 and 2012 (campaign committee only)
* Club for Growth - $837,641
* Hedge fund Elliott Management, of New York - $115,438
* Senate Conservatives Fund, conservative PAC - $61,723
 Rob Portman of Ohio
 In 2010 and 2012 (campaign committee only)
* Financial firm American Financial Group (AFG.N), Cincinnati -
$125,652
* Law firm Squire Sanders & Dempsey, of New York - $104,100
* Elliott Management - $88,868
 HOUSE REPUBLICANS
 Fred Upton of Michigan
 In 2010
* Nuclear waste disposal group EnergySolutions Inc ES.N, Salt
Lake City, Utah - $44,800
* Automaker Ford Motor Co (F.N), Michigan - $29,300
* Comcast Corp - $ 29,000
 In 2012 (campaign committee only)
* Energy technology company DTE Energy (DTE.N), Detroit -
$14,000
* Law firm Dow Lohnes - $7,800
* Energy group Edison Int'l (EIX.N), California - $6000
 Jeb Hensarling of Texas
 In 2010
* Goldman Sachs - $57,800
* Pawn shops owner Cash America Int'l (CSH.N), Texas - $33,500
* Real estate firm Crow Holdings, Dallas - $25,500
 In 2012 (campaign committee only)
* Credit card group Visa Inc (V.N), San Francisco - $14,000
* Accounting firm KPMG [KPMG.UL] - $10,000
* Private equity firm Quantum Energy Partners - $10,000
 Dave Camp of Michigan
 In 2010
* Chemicals group Dow Chemical (DOW.N), Michigan - $49,669
* Tobacco company Altria Group (MO.N), Virginia -$47,850
* Healthcare group BlueCross BlueShield Association - $35,500
 In 2012 (campaign committee only)   
* BlueCross BlueShield - $10,000
* Government affairs firm Van Scoyoc - $7,501
* Citigroup - $7,500
 DEMOCRATIC HOUSE MEMBERS
 James Clyburn of South Carolina)
 In 2010   
* Conglomerate General Electric (GE.N), Connecticut - $41,500
* Medical group DaVita Inc (DVA.N), Denver - $34,850
* Telecom group Verizon (VZ.N), New York - $32,500
 In 2012 (campaign Committee only)
*KPMG - $8,000
 Chris Van Hollen of Maryland
 In 2010
* Investment firm Corstone Capital - $46,600
* Medical group Clinical Care options - $25,907
* Law firm Arent Fox LLP - $21,875
 In 2012   
*Insurance company Northwestern Mutual - $13,750
* Defense group Lockheed Martin (LMT.N), Virginia - $10,000
 Xavier Becerra of California)
 In 2010
* Medical group American Physical Therapy Association -
$421,500
* Financial firm Oaktree Capital Management - $21,400
* Comcast - $21,000
 In 2012 (campaign committee only)
* Insurer New York Life Insurance - $10,000
 (Reporting by Malathi Nayak and Kevin Drawbaugh; editing by
Todd Eastham)

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