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    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) Larry Combest Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $532,941 2001-2002 Total Spent: $330,298 Cash on Hand: $755,244 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1984 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$115,005(21.6%)PAC contributions$371,200(69.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$46,736(8.8%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$342,984(98.8%) Labor$1,000(0.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$3,000(0.9%) 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 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     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    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   (D - CA) Gary A. Condit Email • Website   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $366,499 2001-2002 Total Spent: $628,045 Cash on Hand: $657 Debts: $63,417 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1989 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$189,058(51.6%)PAC contributions$87,725(23.9%)Candidate self-financing$50,000(13.6%)Other$39,716(10.8%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$72,000(84.7%) Labor$4,000(4.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$9,000(10.6%) 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: 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     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("DAKPAC")         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    North Dakota 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 - ND) Kent Conrad Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $2,880,830 1997-2002 Total Spent: $2,672,004 Cash on Hand: $212,336 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1986 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $253,530 2000: $2,238,966 1998: $388,334 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$864,035(30.0%)PAC contributions$1,901,956(66.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$114,839(4.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,479,943(78.2%) Labor$307,000(16.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$106,090(5.6%) 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: Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Budget Finance Indian 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     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    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) John Conyers Jr. Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $402,130 2001-2002 Total Spent: $355,779 Cash on Hand: $95,333 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1964 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$101,280(25.2%)PAC contributions$300,850(74.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$0 PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$158,745(58.7%) Labor$100,000(37.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$11,550(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: 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     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    Louisiana 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 - LA) John Cooksey Email • Website • 2002 Election   Running for Senate 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,606,629 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,864,596 Cash on Hand: $71,314 Debts: $25,000 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,606,629 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,486,574(92.5%)PAC contributions$72,725(4.5%)Candidate self-financing$25,000(1.6%)Other$22,330(1.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$59,484(86.0%) Labor$1,000(1.4%) Ideological/Single Issue$8,647(12.5%) 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: Agriculture 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     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("New Jersey United")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    New Jersey 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 - NJ) Jon S. Corzine   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $64,531,298 1997-2002 Total Spent: $64,410,783 Cash on Hand: $120,516 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 2000 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,277,778 2000: $63,253,520 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$2,875,067(4.5%)PAC contributions$258,409(0.4%)Candidate self-financing$61,238,967(94.9%)Other$158,855(0.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$105,500(42.8%) Labor$103,000(41.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$38,016(15.4%) 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: Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Budget Environment and Public Works 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    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) Jerry F. Costello Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $752,888 2001-2002 Total Spent: $385,312 Cash on Hand: $774,164 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1988 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$423,721(56.3%)PAC contributions$299,907(39.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$29,260(3.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$107,805(41.0%) Labor$153,150(58.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$2,000(0.8%) 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: 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         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    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) Christopher Cox Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $672,465 2001-2002 Total Spent: $642,744 Cash on Hand: $520,358 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1988 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$401,621(59.7%)PAC contributions$224,049(33.3%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$46,795(7.0%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$217,968(98.7%) Labor$0 Ideological/Single Issue$2,959(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 Financial Services 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) William J. Coyne Email • Website   Retiring at session end 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $10,750 2001-2002 Total Spent: $35,660 Cash on Hand: $70,000 Debts: $0 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1980 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$2,750(25.6%)PAC contributions$8,000(74.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$0 PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,000(18.2%) Labor$2,500(45.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$2,000(36.4%) 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: 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     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions     Leadership PAC    ("Alliance for the West")         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1989-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Idaho 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 - ID) Larry Craig Website • 2002 Election   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $3,316,649 1997-2002 Total Spent: $3,075,059 Cash on Hand: $247,016 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1990 Next election 2002 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $2,859,881 2000: $103,072 1998: $353,696 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,875,437(56.5%)PAC contributions$1,265,519(38.2%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$175,693(5.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,180,190(89.3%) Labor$22,500(1.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$119,411(9.0%) 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: Appropriations Energy and Natural Resources Special Aging Veterans' 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     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 Common Sense in Government")         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    Alabama 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 - AL) Bud Cramer Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $991,357 2001-2002 Total Spent: $663,404 Cash on Hand: $1,130,859 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$516,752(52.1%)PAC contributions$460,802(46.5%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$13,803(1.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$343,768(83.0%) Labor$54,000(13.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$16,450(4.0%) 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: 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     Leadership PAC    ("Fund for a Free Market America")         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    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) Phil Crane Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $635,217 2001-2002 Total Spent: $642,499 Cash on Hand: $177,285 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1969 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$125,842(19.8%)PAC contributions$499,963(78.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$9,412(1.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$417,699(95.6%) Labor$5,500(1.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$13,847(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: Joint Taxation 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     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    Idaho 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 - ID) Mike Crapo Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $2,151,181 1997-2002 Total Spent: $1,915,044 Cash on Hand: $421,172 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $212,762 2000: $184,738 1998: $1,753,681 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$769,306(35.8%)PAC contributions$1,109,662(51.6%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$272,213(12.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,047,827(86.9%) Labor$23,000(1.9%) Ideological/Single Issue$135,188(11.2%) 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: Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Environment and Public Works Joint Economic 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         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     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) Ander Crenshaw Email • • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $493,298 2001-2002 Total Spent: $284,080 Cash on Hand: $262,026 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 21, 2002 First elected 2000 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$391,607(79.4%)PAC contributions$96,012(19.5%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$5,679(1.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$87,250(87.0%) Labor$2,000(2.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$11,000(11.0%) 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 Budget 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     Leadership PAC    ("Jobs, Opportunities & Education PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     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   (D - NY) Joseph Crowley Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $859,956 2001-2002 Total Spent: $849,532 Cash on Hand: $382,728 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$438,472(51.0%)PAC contributions$402,496(46.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$18,988(2.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$161,247(48.6%) Labor$141,700(42.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$29,000(8.7%) 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: Financial Services International Relations Resources 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    Wyoming 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 - WY) Barbara Cubin Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $540,620 2001-2002 Total Spent: $457,192 Cash on Hand: $107,596 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$204,939(37.9%)PAC contributions$322,039(59.6%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$13,642(2.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$295,802(92.9%) Labor$500(0.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$22,156(7.0%) 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 Resources 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    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) John Culberson Email • • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $454,063 2001-2002 Total Spent: $412,642 Cash on Hand: $49,318 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$295,352(65.0%)PAC contributions$149,150(32.8%)Candidate self-financing$1,000(0.2%)Other$8,561(1.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$135,500(96.8%) Labor$1,000(0.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$3,500(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: Budget Education and the Workforce 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         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Maryland 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 - MD) Elijah E. Cummings Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $493,203 2001-2002 Total Spent: $438,820 Cash on Hand: $160,291 Debts: $0 Date of last report: November 25, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$244,830(49.6%)PAC contributions$231,340(46.9%)Candidate self-financing$382(0.1%)Other$16,651(3.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$63,250(29.2%) Labor$149,200(68.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$4,500(2.1%) 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: Government Reform 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    ("American Prosperity 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    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) Randy "Duke" Cunningham Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $751,225 2001-2002 Total Spent: $571,090 Cash on Hand: $818,508 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$319,293(42.5%)PAC contributions$343,027(45.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$88,905(11.8%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$275,254(91.8%) Labor$14,500(4.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$10,182(3.4%) 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.
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