The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Illinois Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - IL) Judy Biggert Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $473,920 2001-2002 Total Spent: $384,141 Cash on Hand: $225,924 Debts: $333,750 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$249,316(52.6%)PAC contributions$218,200(46.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$6,404(1.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$172,730(85.6%) Labor$1,000(0.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$28,150(13.9%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Education and the Workforce Financial Services Science NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Florida Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - FL) Michael Bilirakis Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $586,684 2001-2002 Total Spent: $692,842 Cash on Hand: $157,593 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$186,131(31.7%)PAC contributions$387,333(66.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$13,220(2.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$359,368(98.5%) Labor$3,500(1.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$2,000(0.5%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce Veterans' Affairs NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    New Mexico Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (D - NM) Jeff Bingaman Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $3,114,086 1997-2002 Total Spent: $2,925,583 Cash on Hand: $206,220 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $187,010 2000: $2,730,117 1998: $196,959 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,667,873(53.6%)PAC contributions$1,196,985(38.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$249,228(8.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$822,020(69.4%) Labor$243,524(20.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$119,152(10.1%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Armed Services Energy and Natural Resources Finance Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Joint Economic NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Georgia Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - GA) Sanford D. Bishop Jr. Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $539,985 2001-2002 Total Spent: $271,790 Cash on Hand: $297,252 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$154,229(28.6%)PAC contributions$360,922(66.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$24,834(4.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$249,500(70.5%) Labor$65,700(18.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$38,450(10.9%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Agriculture Permanent Select on Intelligence NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Illinois Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - IL) Rod Blagojevich Email • Website   Running for Governor 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $204,611 2001-2002 Total Spent: $914,546 Cash on Hand: $213,860 Debts: $0 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$109,835(53.7%)PAC contributions$66,950(32.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$27,826(13.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$20,350(27.0%) Labor$42,050(55.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$13,000(17.2%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Armed Services Government Reform NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Cmte for a Livable Future")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Oregon Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - OR) Earl Blumenauer Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $426,226 2001-2002 Total Spent: $324,993 Cash on Hand: $269,384 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$194,760(45.7%)PAC contributions$219,229(51.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$12,237(2.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$81,950(36.5%) Labor$132,050(58.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$10,400(4.6%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: International Relations Transportation and Infrastructure NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Rely on Your Beliefs")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Missouri Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - MO) Roy Blunt Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,790,776 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,186,400 Cash on Hand: $1,334,088 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$561,921(31.4%)PAC contributions$1,132,470(63.2%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$96,385(5.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,070,078(98.1%) Labor$7,000(0.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$13,944(1.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("TR Fund")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    New York Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - NY) Sherwood Boehlert Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,041,169 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,311,391 Cash on Hand: $142,752 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$499,378(48.0%)PAC contributions$517,489(49.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$24,302(2.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$284,702(66.6%) Labor$109,250(25.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$33,543(7.8%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Permanent Select on Intelligence Science Transportation and Infrastructure NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Freedom Project")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Ohio Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - OH) John Boehner Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,018,901 2001-2002 Total Spent: $924,955 Cash on Hand: $149,070 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1990 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$484,017(47.5%)PAC contributions$532,580(52.3%)Candidate self-financing$2,100(0.2%)Other$204(0.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$487,060(96.2%) Labor$20,725(4.1%) Ideological/Single Issue($1,450)(-0.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Administration Agriculture Education and the Workforce Joint Printing NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Missouri Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (R - MO) Christopher S. 'Kit' Bond Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $6,649,037 1997-2002 Total Spent: $6,647,950 Cash on Hand: $654,225 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1986 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $703,382 2000: $97,518 1998: $5,848,137 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$4,210,494(63.3%)PAC contributions$2,085,379(31.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$353,164(5.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,983,016(91.8%) Labor$28,644(1.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$149,544(6.9%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Appropriations Budget Environment and Public Works Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Small Business NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("American Dream PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Texas Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - TX) Henry Bonilla Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,997,592 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,858,530 Cash on Hand: $486,948 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,099,843(55.1%)PAC contributions$858,812(43.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$38,937(1.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$768,962(93.6%) Labor$2,500(0.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$50,000(6.1%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Appropriations NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Evergreen Fund")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Michigan Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - MI) David E. Bonior Email • Website   Running for Governor 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $565,115 2001-2002 Total Spent: $585,746 Cash on Hand: $14,411 Debts: $0 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1976 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$216,952(38.4%)PAC contributions$337,288(59.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$10,875(1.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$119,158(37.3%) Labor$175,290(54.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$25,400(7.9%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: No Committee assignments NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    California Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - CA) Mary Bono Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $436,510 2001-2002 Total Spent: $368,410 Cash on Hand: $203,038 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$215,939(49.5%)PAC contributions$219,600(50.3%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$971(0.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$194,176(92.6%) Labor$3,500(1.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$12,100(5.8%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Arkansas Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - AR) John Boozman Email • • 2002 Election   Mr. Boozman won the special election for this seat on November 20, 2001. The seat had been held by Asa Hutchinson who resigned to become DEA Director. 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $677,251 2001-2002 Total Spent: $633,532 Cash on Hand: $43,716 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 2001 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$339,068(50.1%)PAC contributions$315,093(46.5%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$23,090(3.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$209,521(68.1%) Labor$1,000(0.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$97,095(31.6%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Pennsylvania Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - PA) Bob Borski Email • Website   Retiring at session end 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $315,925 2001-2002 Total Spent: $404,533 Cash on Hand: $195,617 Debts: $0 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$105,435(33.4%)PAC contributions$190,829(60.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$19,661(6.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$85,072(46.5%) Labor$91,750(50.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$6,000(3.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Transportation and Infrastructure NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Iowa Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - IA) Leonard L. Boswell Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,156,698 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,123,443 Cash on Hand: $103,965 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$378,333(32.7%)PAC contributions$749,236(64.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$29,129(2.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$207,070(31.4%) Labor$273,050(41.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$178,368(27.1%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Agriculture Transportation and Infrastructure NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Cmte for Southwest Virginia")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Virginia Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - VA) Rick Boucher Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,063,017 2001-2002 Total Spent: $771,942 Cash on Hand: $875,472 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$334,903(31.5%)PAC contributions$641,321(60.3%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$86,793(8.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$501,911(87.2%) Labor$58,000(10.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$15,600(2.7%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce Judiciary NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("PAC for a Change")         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    California Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (D - CA) Barbara Boxer Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $14,809,588 1997-2002 Total Spent: $14,790,892 Cash on Hand: $1,055,461 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,497,713 2000: $481,077 1998: $25,668,291 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$11,194,512(75.6%)PAC contributions$1,451,423(9.8%)Candidate self-financing$500(0.0%)Other$2,163,153(14.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$599,271(42.1%) Labor$421,350(29.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$403,450(28.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Commerce, Science, and Transportation Environment and Public Works Foreign Relations NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Florida Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - FL) Allen Boyd Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $742,474 2001-2002 Total Spent: $320,262 Cash on Hand: $698,959 Debts: $2,000 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$336,332(45.3%)PAC contributions$393,782(53.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$12,360(1.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$322,474(82.2%) Labor$40,050(10.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$29,950(7.6%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Appropriations NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Texas Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - TX) Kevin Brady Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $292,183 2001-2002 Total Spent: $190,034 Cash on Hand: $117,232 Debts: $38,500 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$96,293(33.0%)PAC contributions$195,790(67.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$100(0.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$207,436(95.9%) Labor$4,500(2.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$4,357(2.0%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Resources Ways and Means NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Pennsylvania Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - PA) Robert A. Brady Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $460,877 2001-2002 Total Spent: $338,919 Cash on Hand: $464,477 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$268,825(58.3%)PAC contributions$184,475(40.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$7,577(1.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$56,000(30.3%) Labor$123,325(66.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$5,500(3.0%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Armed Services Small Business NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Mainstream America PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Louisiana Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (D - LA) John Breaux Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $4,388,985 1997-2002 Total Spent: $4,729,953 Cash on Hand: $1,069,461 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1986 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $208,036 2000: $205,646 1998: $3,975,303 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$2,196,685(50.0%)PAC contributions$1,639,397(37.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$552,903(12.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,529,204(90.5%) Labor$118,000(7.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$41,607(2.5%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Commerce, Science, and Transportation Finance Rules and Administration Special Aging NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Florida Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - FL) Corrine Brown Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $330,925 2001-2002 Total Spent: $222,533 Cash on Hand: $108,966 Debts: $9,766 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$86,835(26.2%)PAC contributions$237,475(71.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$6,615(2.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$57,000(26.0%) Labor$118,750(54.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$43,550(19.9%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Transportation and Infrastructure Veterans' Affairs NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    South Carolina Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - SC) Henry Brown Email • • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $435,164 2001-2002 Total Spent: $143,627 Cash on Hand: $348,390 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 2000 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$215,369(49.5%)PAC contributions$212,673(48.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$7,122(1.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$167,168(94.4%) Labor$2,750(1.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$7,214(4.1%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Budget Transportation and Infrastructure NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("America Works")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Ohio Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (D - OH) Sherrod Brown Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,081,986 2001-2002 Total Spent: $498,246 Cash on Hand: $1,688,761 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$493,589(45.6%)PAC contributions$455,250(42.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$133,147(12.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$267,651(65.2%) Labor$129,600(31.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$13,050(3.2%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce International Relations NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Restore America PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1993-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Kansas Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (R - KS) Sam Brownback Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $2,578,030 1997-2002 Total Spent: $1,853,888 Cash on Hand: $555,357 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $363,003 2000: $69,322 1998: $2,145,705 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,354,312(52.5%)PAC contributions$1,022,528(39.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$201,190(7.8%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$902,097(87.0%) Labor$9,000(0.9%) Ideological/Single Issue$126,010(12.2%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Commerce, Science, and Transportation Foreign Relations Joint Economic Judiciary NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Tennessee Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - TN) Ed Bryant Email • Website   Running for Senate 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,793,151 2001-2002 Total Spent: $2,052,417 Cash on Hand: $14,258 Debts: $21,370 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2002 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,793,151 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,338,598(74.7%)PAC contributions$417,308(23.3%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$37,245(2.1%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$296,677(81.5%) Labor$0 Ideological/Single Issue$67,129(18.5%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Kentucky Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (R - KY) Jim Bunning Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $4,758,415 1997-2002 Total Spent: $4,272,817 Cash on Hand: $703,984 Debts: $20,658 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $665,535 2000: $497,416 1998: $7,192,862 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$2,885,808(60.6%)PAC contributions$1,567,245(32.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$305,362(6.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,355,713(84.9%) Labor$14,000(0.9%) Ideological/Single Issue$227,032(14.2%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Armed Services Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Governmental Affairs NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Friends of the Big Sky")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Montana Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (R - MT) Conrad Burns Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $5,043,654 1997-2002 Total Spent: $4,991,436 Cash on Hand: $91,217 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1988 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $229,864 2000: $3,926,726 1998: $887,064 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$2,665,084(52.8%)PAC contributions$2,115,333(41.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$263,237(5.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,999,071(89.0%) Labor$4,500(0.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$243,549(10.8%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Appropriations Commerce, Science, and Transportation Energy and Natural Resources Small Business Special Aging NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    North Carolina Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - NC) Richard Burr Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,097,725 2001-2002 Total Spent: $387,338 Cash on Hand: $1,614,754 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$482,854(44.0%)PAC contributions$539,280(49.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$75,591(6.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$490,090(95.7%) Labor$5,000(1.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$17,076(3.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce International Relations Permanent Select on Intelligence NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Hoosier PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Indiana Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - IN) Dan Burton Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $723,349 2001-2002 Total Spent: $761,586 Cash on Hand: $1,008,144 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1982 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$381,418(52.7%)PAC contributions$221,232(30.6%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$120,699(16.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$166,617(83.3%) Labor$24,750(12.4%) Ideological/Single Issue$8,581(4.3%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Government Reform International Relations NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     2001-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors     Expenditures          2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Indiana Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - IN) Steve Buyer Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $913,940 2001-2002 Total Spent: $881,981 Cash on Hand: $53,595 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$270,742(29.6%)PAC contributions$593,194(64.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$50,004(5.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$497,851(86.7%) Labor$7,500(1.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$68,684(12.0%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Energy and Commerce Veterans' Affairs NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2001-2002 House election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
      The Basics Who's Giving Who's Getting Get Local! News and Issues HOME  |  DONATE  |  SEARCH    Election Overview   |   U.S. Congress   |   Congressional Committees   |   Political Parties   |   Presidential Data   |   Congressional Races     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    West Virginia Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS S E N A T O R   (D - WV) Robert C. Byrd Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $1,244,209 1997-2002 Total Spent: $1,321,059 Cash on Hand: $315,628 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1958 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $62,828 2000: $1,127,278 1998: $54,103 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$531,874(42.7%)PAC contributions$518,530(41.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$193,805(15.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$313,575(61.5%) Labor$166,500(32.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$29,750(5.8%) Quality of Disclosure: Quality of disclosure data has been removed from the site because of errors in the Federal Election Commission's database. We will post new figures on disclosure quality as soon as the FEC makes the corrected data available. Current Committee Assignments: Appropriations Armed Services Budget Rules and Administration NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 1997-2002 Senate election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 . ("Help! The numbers don't add up...") Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics.
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