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   (D - TX) Chet Edwards Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,424,595 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,059,486 Cash on Hand: $385,827 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$560,391(39.3%)PAC contributions$836,750(58.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$27,454(1.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$351,249(49.8%) Labor$264,000(37.4%) Ideological/Single Issue$90,000(12.8%) 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 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 American Optimists")         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     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 S E N A T O R   (D - NC) John Edwards Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $11,197,602 1997-2002 Total Spent: $9,192,800 Cash on Hand: $2,004,801 Debts: $6,150,000 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,802,825 2000: $973,794 1998: $8,420,983 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$4,829,982(43.1%)PAC contributions$0Candidate self-financing$6,150,000(54.9%)Other$217,620(1.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$4,250(99.1%) Labor$2,500(58.3%) Ideological/Single Issue($2,462)(-57.4%) 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: Commerce, Science, and Transportation Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Judiciary Select Intelligence 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     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   (R - MI) Vernon J. Ehlers Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $347,031 2001-2002 Total Spent: $260,486 Cash on Hand: $363,400 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1993 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$226,051(65.1%)PAC contributions$101,060(29.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$19,920(5.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$77,079(96.3%) Labor$2,500(3.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$500(0.6%) 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: Administration Education and the Workforce Joint Library of Congress 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     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    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   (R - MD) Bob Ehrlich Email • Website   Running for Governor 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $286,277 2001-2002 Total Spent: $434,236 Cash on Hand: $299,769 Debts: $0 Date of last report: September 30, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$143,673(50.2%)PAC contributions$130,478(45.6%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$12,126(4.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$131,228(91.6%) Labor$5,500(3.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$6,500(4.5%) 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     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    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) Jo Ann Emerson Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $904,570 2001-2002 Total Spent: $678,208 Cash on Hand: $266,911 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$315,331(34.9%)PAC contributions$583,003(64.5%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$6,236(0.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$446,121(83.6%) Labor$76,250(14.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$11,271(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: 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     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   (D - NY) Eliot L. Engel Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $847,305 2001-2002 Total Spent: $684,162 Cash on Hand: $229,617 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$401,805(47.4%)PAC contributions$445,500(52.6%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$0 PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$184,160(50.5%) Labor$123,600(33.9%) Ideological/Single Issue$57,000(15.6%) 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: 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     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    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   (R - PA) Phil English Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $871,603 2001-2002 Total Spent: $592,009 Cash on Hand: $328,397 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$271,318(31.1%)PAC contributions$536,242(61.5%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$64,043(7.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$441,850(86.7%) Labor$61,000(12.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$6,958(1.4%) 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: Small Business 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     Leadership PAC    ("Battle Born PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1998 Election     1995-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Nevada 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 - NV) John Ensign   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $5,425,502 1997-2002 Total Spent: $5,834,839 Cash on Hand: $34,217 Debts: $102,074 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 2000 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $149,049 2000: $5,276,453 1998: $3,454,820 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$3,270,174(60.3%)PAC contributions$1,973,270(36.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$182,058(3.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,496,998(85.1%) Labor$32,000(1.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$230,420(13.1%) 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: Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Commerce, Science, and Transportation 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     1997-2002 Profile     Total Raised     Geographic Totals     Sector Totals     Top Industries     Top Contributors         2001-2002 Data     2002 Election     List PAC Contributions         Other Data     Personal Finances     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Wyoming 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 - WY) Mike Enzi Website • 2002 Election   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $1,316,109 1997-2002 Total Spent: $981,425 Cash on Hand: $352,918 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1996 Next election 2002 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,053,910 2000: $181,368 1998: $80,831 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$294,250(22.4%)PAC contributions$923,326(70.2%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$98,533(7.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$878,399(92.2%) Labor$11,000(1.2%) Ideological/Single Issue$63,270(6.6%) 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: Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Foreign Relations Health, Education, Labor and Pensions 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    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) Anna Eshoo Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $701,595 2001-2002 Total Spent: $647,886 Cash on Hand: $428,344 Debts: $6,887 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$305,033(43.5%)PAC contributions$378,063(53.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$18,499(2.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$296,629(86.7%) Labor$43,000(12.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$2,659(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: 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     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1999-2000 Profile     1998 Election     1997-98 Profile     1995-96 Profile     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   (D - NC) Bob Etheridge Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $834,088 2001-2002 Total Spent: $410,249 Cash on Hand: $658,897 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$398,368(47.8%)PAC contributions$400,143(48.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$35,577(4.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$264,635(73.0%) Labor$89,000(24.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$9,000(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: Agriculture 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    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) Lane Evans Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $703,233 2001-2002 Total Spent: $684,028 Cash on Hand: $32,648 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$351,392(50.0%)PAC contributions$332,922(47.3%)Candidate self-financing$275(0.0%)Other$18,644(2.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$39,445(12.8%) Labor$207,300(67.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$61,071(19.8%) 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: Armed Services 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     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   (R - AL) Terry Everett Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,048,979 2001-2002 Total Spent: $599,354 Cash on Hand: $442,996 Debts: $229,523 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$234,094(22.3%)PAC contributions$255,939(24.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$558,946(53.3%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$204,594(93.0%) Labor$2,000(0.9%) Ideological/Single Issue$13,500(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: Agriculture Armed Services 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         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    American Samoa Contribution Profile         Politicians Home          GO TO POLITICIAN      (USE LAST NAME):     FORMAT TO PRINT THE CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS D E L E G A T E   (D - AS) Eni F. H. Faleomavaega Website • 2002 Election   Total Receipts: $84,001 Total Spent: $60,491 Cash on Hand: $22,690 Debts: $1,050 Date of last report: October 30, 2002 First elected 1988 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$56,401(67.1%)PAC contributions$25,500(30.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$2,100(2.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$4,500(64.3%) Labor$2,500(35.7%) Ideological/Single Issue$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: International Relations Resources NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 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   (D - CA) Sam Farr Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $462,985 2001-2002 Total Spent: $474,199 Cash on Hand: $20,262 Debts: $15,501 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1993 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$176,396(38.1%)PAC contributions$279,700(60.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$6,889(1.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$152,060(61.5%) Labor$89,800(36.3%) Ideological/Single Issue$5,550(2.2%) 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: 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     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) Chaka Fattah Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $206,040 2001-2002 Total Spent: $138,262 Cash on Hand: $460,474 Debts: ($44,103) Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$118,587(57.6%)PAC contributions$85,972(41.7%)Candidate self-financing$1,000(0.5%)Other$481(0.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$53,550(33.0%) Labor$99,500(61.4%) Ideological/Single Issue$9,050(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: Administration 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     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    Wisconsin 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 - WI) Russ Feingold Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $5,836,737 1997-2002 Total Spent: $5,233,979 Cash on Hand: $1,091,890 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,315,457 2000: $448,402 1998: $4,072,878 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$5,207,768(89.2%)PAC contributions$470,961(8.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$158,008(2.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$135,881(29.9%) Labor$185,600(40.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$133,276(29.3%) 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: Budget Foreign Relations Judiciary 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     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    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) Dianne Feinstein Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $11,525,398 1997-2002 Total Spent: $10,628,829 Cash on Hand: $964,702 Debts: $0 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1992 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $735,238 2000: $10,464,194 1998: $325,966 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$8,774,974(76.1%)PAC contributions$1,312,148(11.4%)Candidate self-financing$36,476(0.3%)Other$1,401,800(12.2%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$912,468(68.7%) Labor$267,500(20.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$148,793(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: Appropriations Energy and Natural Resources Joint Printing Judiciary Rules and Administration Select Intelligence 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     1998 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 R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - NJ) Mike Ferguson Email • • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $2,049,528 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,624,626 Cash on Hand: $548,983 Debts: $814,541 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 2000 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$1,197,364(58.4%)PAC contributions$794,359(38.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$57,805(2.8%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$452,012(64.4%) Labor$73,500(10.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$176,304(25.1%) 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: Financial Services Small Business 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   (D - CA) Bob Filner Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $551,336 2001-2002 Total Spent: $717,204 Cash on Hand: $218,483 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$188,912(34.3%)PAC contributions$320,280(58.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$42,144(7.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$100,299(34.9%) Labor$176,750(61.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$10,050(3.5%) 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: 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     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     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Illinois 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 - IL) Peter G. Fitzgerald Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $19,137,509 1997-2002 Total Spent: $18,435,265 Cash on Hand: $556,873 Debts: $2,952,161 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1998 Next election 2004 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $1,033,389 2000: $3,105,664 1998: $14,998,456 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$3,657,323(19.1%)PAC contributions$1,507,865(7.9%)Candidate self-financing$13,761,932(71.9%)Other$210,389(1.1%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,300,864(88.4%) Labor$7,000(0.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$163,149(11.1%) 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, Nutrition and Forestry Commerce, Science, and Transportation 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     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Arizona 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 - AZ) Jeff Flake Email • • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $344,809 2001-2002 Total Spent: $236,879 Cash on Hand: $169,440 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$223,247(64.7%)PAC contributions$117,739(34.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$3,823(1.1%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$111,921(88.9%) Labor$0 Ideological/Single Issue$13,950(11.1%) 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: International Relations Judiciary 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     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Kentucky 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 - KY) Ernie Fletcher Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,048,813 2001-2002 Total Spent: $926,542 Cash on Hand: $314,624 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$582,434(55.5%)PAC contributions$428,580(40.9%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$37,799(3.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$347,933(95.5%) Labor$4,000(1.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$12,488(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: Agriculture Budget Education and the Workforce 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    ("Leadership 2000")         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) Mark Foley Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,469,251 2001-2002 Total Spent: $781,416 Cash on Hand: $1,689,314 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$776,111(52.8%)PAC contributions$621,462(42.3%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$71,678(4.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$524,917(93.4%) Labor$26,000(4.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$11,000(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: 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     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   (R - VA) J. Randy Forbes Email • • 2002 Election   Mr. Forbes won the special election for this seat on June 19, 2001. The seat had been held by Norman Sisisky who died on March 29, 2001. 2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,834,092 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,565,353 Cash on Hand: $268,738 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$710,148(38.7%)PAC contributions$895,096(48.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$228,848(12.5%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$478,083(55.2%) Labor$4,500(0.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$383,267(44.3%) 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: Armed 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     Leadership PAC    ("The Titans Fund")         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   (D - TN) Harold E. Ford Jr. Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,061,400 2001-2002 Total Spent: $691,684 Cash on Hand: $455,736 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$615,698(58.0%)PAC contributions$439,555(41.4%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$6,147(0.6%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$284,955(78.0%) Labor$68,050(18.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$12,270(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: Education and the Workforce 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     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    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) Vito Fossella Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $694,354 2001-2002 Total Spent: $608,850 Cash on Hand: $402,614 Debts: $11,347 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1997 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$320,558(46.2%)PAC contributions$352,322(50.7%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$21,474(3.1%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$341,096(98.2%) Labor$2,250(0.6%) Ideological/Single Issue$3,977(1.1%) 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: 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     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    Massachusetts 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 - MA) Barney Frank Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $399,853 2001-2002 Total Spent: $440,444 Cash on Hand: $90,672 Debts: $4,068 Date of last report: October 15, 2002 First elected 1980 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$284,280(71.1%)PAC contributions$107,200(26.8%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$8,373(2.1%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$58,250(49.7%) Labor$56,000(47.8%) Ideological/Single Issue$3,000(2.6%) 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: Financial Services 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     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     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 R E P R E S E N T A T I V E   (R - NJ) Rodney Frelinghuysen Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $660,750 2001-2002 Total Spent: $593,257 Cash on Hand: $576,693 Debts: $441,079 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$378,283(57.3%)PAC contributions$251,371(38.0%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$31,096(4.7%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$218,936(91.6%) Labor$6,000(2.5%) Ideological/Single Issue$14,000(5.9%) 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 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    ("Volunteer PAC")         Other Data     Personal Finances     2000 Election     1995-2000 Profile     1993-98 Profile     1991-96 Profile     1993-94 Profile (pdf file)     Legislation (off-site)         States Home    Tennessee 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 - TN) Bill Frist Website   1997-2002 Total Receipts: $7,465,627 1997-2002 Total Spent: $5,810,706 Cash on Hand: $2,084,650 Debts: $360,000 Date of last report: June 30, 2002 First elected 1994 Next election 2006 Fundraising by Cycle: 2002: $37,228 2000: $4,349,354 1998: $3,079,045 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$5,405,973(72.4%)PAC contributions$1,465,297(19.6%)Candidate self-financing$6,000(0.1%)Other$588,357(7.9%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$1,372,719(92.7%) Labor$14,500(1.0%) Ideological/Single Issue$93,120(6.3%) 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: Budget Foreign Relations Health, Education, Labor and Pensions 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    ("Lone Star 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    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   (D - TX) Martin Frost Email • Website • 2002 Election   2001-2002 Total Receipts: $1,610,977 2001-2002 Total Spent: $1,434,261 Cash on Hand: $225,158 Debts: $0 Date of last report: October 16, 2002 First elected 1978 Next election 2002 Source of Funds: (How to read this chart / methodology) Individual contributions$604,305(37.5%)PAC contributions$952,250(59.1%)Candidate self-financing$0Other$54,422(3.4%) PAC Contribution Breakdown (How to read this chart / methodology) Business$580,668(65.8%) Labor$283,250(32.1%) Ideological/Single Issue$18,000(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: Rules 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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