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Israel Buys U.S. Congress. By the Numbers.

Posted on Tuesday, 11th October 2011 @ 11:57 PM by Text Size A | A | A

The following might explain why Netenyahu gets standing ovations every time he visits Capitol Hill, more than ( the greatest orator of all time) Obama’s State of the Union

 

 

May-June, 2010, Pages 27-29

Election Watch

PRO-ISRAEL PAC CONTRIBUTIONS TO 2010

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES

State Office District Candidate Party Status 2009 Cont. Career Total Committees
Alabama S Shelby, Richard C.* R I 5,000 199,825 A (D,
HS)
H 2 Bright, Bobby N.,
Sr.
D I 2,500 8,500 AS
H 3 Rogers, Michael R I 2,500 18,325 AS,
HS, I
H 5 Parker, Wayne, Jr. R I 2,500 7,500
H 6 Bachus, Spencer R I 2,500 17,000
Alaska S Murkowski, Lisa* R I 7,500 61,100 A
(HS)
Arizona S McCain, John* R I 2,000 177,500 AS,
HS, I
H 1 Kirkpatrick, Ann D I 2,000 5,000 HS
H 5 Mitchell, Harry E. D I 2,000 8,000
H 8 Giffords, Gabrielle D I 7,500 38,224 AS,
FR
Arkansas S Lincoln, Blanche* D I 18,500 62,027
California S Boxer, Barbara* D I 11,000 239,794 C, FR
(NE)
H 8 Pelosi, Nancy D I 11,500 114,300 Speaker of the House
H 11 McNerney, Jerry D I 2,000 15,000 C
H 27 Sherman, Brad D I 4,000 63,930 FR
(NE)
H 28 Berman, Howard D I 12,000 101,050 FR
H 29 Schiff, Adam D I 3,500 62,917 A
(FO), I
H 31 Becerra, Xavier D I 1,000 3,000 B, W
H 32 Cedillo, Gilbert D O 2,000 2,000
H 33 Watson, Diane E. D N 1,000 13,500 FR
H 36 Harman, Jane D I 3,000 106,771 C, HS
H 47 Sanchez, Loretta D I 4,000 55,200 AS,
HS
H 47 Tran, Van R C 1,000 1,000
H 51 Filner, Bob D I 1,000 91,514
Colorado S Udall, Mark E. D I 1,000 48,250 AS
H 4 Markey, Elizabeth H. D I 2,000 9,100
Connecticut S Dodd, Christopher* D N 13,000 247,178 FR
(NE)
S Lieberman, Joseph Ind. I 1,500 367,851 AS,
HS
Delaware S Carper, Thomas D I 1,000 37,600 HS
Florida S Meek, Kendrick*# D O 5,000 26,500 W
H 2 Boyd, F. Allen, Jr. D I 5,000 14,700 A
(D), B
H 6 Stearns, Clifford B. R I 3,000 13,500 C
H 8 Grayson, Alan Mark D I 3,000 5,000
H 15 Posey, Bill R I 1,000 1,000
H 18 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana R I 36,500 200,240 FR
H 19 Deutch, Theodore D O 1,000 1,000
H 19 Wexler, Robert D N 500 33,750
H 20 Wasserman
Schultz, Debbie
D I 5,500 37,300
H 21 Diaz-Balart, Lincoln R N 500 58,000
H 22 Klein, Ron D I 7,500 55,024 FR
(NE)
H 23 Hastings, Alcee D I 15,000 85,850 I
H 24 Kosmas, Suzanne D I 2,000 4,000
Georgia S Isakson, Johnny* R I 16,000 41,500 C, FR
(NE)
H 6 Price, Thomas E. R I 1,000 2,000
H 12 Barrow, John J. D I 500 49,074 C
Hawaii S Inouye, Daniel K.* D I 49,000 254,425 A (D,
FO, HS), C
Idaho H 1 Minnick, Walter C. D I 500 3,500
Illinois S Kirk, Mark S.*# R O 42,604 263,686 A
(FO, HS)
H 3 Lipinski, Daniel W. D I -750 4,900
H 5 Feigenholtz, Sara D C 2,000 2,000
H 9 Schakowsky, Janice
D.
D I 1,145 31,145 C, I
H 11 Halvorson, Deborah D I 3,000 13,500
H 13 Biggert, Judy R I 3,000 13,227
H 14 Foster, G. William
(Bill)
D I 1,500 6,500
H 17 Hare, Philip G. D I 2,500 13,650
H 18 Schock, Aaron J. R I 2,500 9,000
Indiana S Bayh, Evan* D N 29,000 113,250 AS
H 5 Burton, Dan L. R I 15,000 135,500 FR
(NE)
H 6 Pence, Mike R I 14,500 72,250 FR
H 9 Hill, Baron P. D I 3,500 37,465 C
Iowa S Grassley, Charles
E.*
R I 8,500 149,823 B
Kansas S Moran, Jerry*# R O 3,500 3,500
Kentucky S Bunning, Jim* R N 10,940 100,690 B
S Grayson, C.M.
(Trey)*
R O 2,500 2,500
Louisiana S Vitter, David* R I 25,500 67,000 AS, C
S Landrieu, Mary D I -1,000 205,389 A
(FO, HS), HS
H 1 Scalise, Steve R I 4,500 14,500 C
H 2 Cao, Anh (Joseph) R I 5,000 5,000 HS
H 4 Fleming, John C.,
Jr.
R I 2,500 5,000 AS
H 5 Alexander, Rodney R I 2,500 13,500 A
H 6 Cassidy, William R I 2,500 2,500
Maine S Collins, Susan R I 1,000 109,000 A,
AS, HS
H 2 Michaud, Michael H. D I 1,500 11,750
Maryland S Mikulski, Barbara* D I 21,000 198,599 A (D,
FO, HS), I
H 4 Edwards, Donna D I 2,500 3,500
H 5 Hoyer, Steny H. D I 21,000 214,275 House Majority Ldr.
H 7 Cummings, Elijah D I 2,000 22,500
Massachusetts S Coakley, Martha” D O 12,000 12,000
Michigan H 7 Schauer, Mark H. D I 2,000 6,500
H 9 Peters, Gary D I 4,500 11,500
H 11 McCotter, Thaddeus
G.
R I 1,000 13,500
H 12 Levin, Sander M. D I 1,000 129,727 W
Minnesota S Franken, Al D I 3,000 5,680
H 2 Kline, John P. R I 3,000 17,500 AS
Missouri S Blunt, Roy*# R O 18,000 63,850 C, I
S Carnahan, Robin* D O 5,000 5,000
H 3 Carnahan, Russ D I 2,500 18,600 FR
(NE)
H 4 Skelton, Ike D I 4,000 92,450 AS
Montana S Burns, Conrad R N -1,000 210,210
Nevada S Reid, Harry* D I 54,000 374,301 I
H 1 Berkley, Shelley D I 19,500 309,555 FR
(NE), W
New
Hampshire
S Ayotte, Kelly A* R O 5,000 5,000
S Hodes, Paul W.*# D O 10,500 32,137
H 1 Shea-Porter, Carol D I 2,000 4,000 AS
New Jersey S Lautenberg, Frank R. D I 1,000 503,578 A
(FO, HS), C
H 1 Andrews, Robert D I 10,500 73,525 AS, B
H 2 LoBiondo, Frank A. R I 2,000 24,750 AS
H 3 Adler, John H. D I 4,000 7,000
H 7 Lance, Leonard R I 2,000 7,000
H 9 Rothman, Steven R. D I 3,500 77,003 A (D,
FO, HS)
H 13 Sires, Albio D I 1,000 1,000 FR
New Mexico H 1 Heinrich, Martin D I 4,000 9,000 AS
H 2 Teague, Harry D I 2,000 4,000
New York S Gillibrand,
Kirsten*”
D I 10,200 26,450 FR
S Schumer, Charles* D I 6,000 63,635
H 2 Israel, Steve D I 10,500 49,059 A
(FO)
H 3 King, Peter T. R I 1,000 26,500 HS, I
H 5 Ackerman, Gary L. D I 3,850 54,350 FR
(NE)
H 7 Crowley, Joseph D I 1,000 94,657 FR
(NE), W
H 13 McMahon, Michael E. D I 4,000 6,000 FR
(NE)
H 17 Engel, Eliot D I 7,000 242,418 C, FR
(NE)
H 18 Lowey, Nita M. D I 5,500 154,738 A
(HS)
H 20 Murphy, Scott M. D I 5,250 5,250 AS
H 20 Tedisco, James” R O 2,500 2,500
H 23 Owens, William D I 5,000 5,000 AS,
HS
H 23 Scozzafava, Dierdre
K.”
R N 1,500 1,500
H 24 Arcuri, Michael A. D I 4,000 16,000
H 29 Massa, Eric J.J. D N 10 11,110 AS,
HS
North
Carolina
S Burr, Richard* R I 2,500 13,250 AS, I
North Dakota S Dorgan, Byron L.* D N 47,000 186,350 A
(D), C
Ohio S Fisher, Lee Irwin* D O 5,000 5,000
H 1 Chabot, Steve R C 3,000 16,500
H 1 Driehaus, Steven L. D I 2,000 4,000
H 8 Boehner, John R I 14,500 71,500 House
Rep. Ldr.
H 13 Sutton, Betty S. D I 1,000 8,000 C
H 14 LaTourette, Steve C. R I 1,000 25,500 A
H 15 Kilroy, Mary Jo D I 1,012 11,012 HS
H 15 Stivers, Steve E. R C -1,000 5,000
H 16 Boccieri, John A. D I 1,000 3,000
Oregon S Wyden, Ron* D I 41,500 319,062 B, I
S Merkley, Jeffrey
Alan
D I 12,500 21,600 B
Pennsylvania S Sestak, Joseph A.,
Jr.*#
D C 500 22,500 AS
S Specter, Arlen* D I 36,500 539,973 A(D,FO,HS)
S Toomey, Patrick J.* R C 2,500 3,250
H 3 Dahlkemper, Kathleen D I 2,000 4,000
H 6 Cohen, Howard A. R C 1,000 1,000
H 6 Pike, Douglas A. D C 1,000 1,000
H 8 Murphy, Patrick J. D I 4,000 22,600 AS, I
H 13 Schwartz, Allyson Y. D I 500 44,650 B, W
H 15 Dent, Charles W. R I 1,000 9,250 HS
South
Carolina
S DeMint, Jim* R I 3,720 28,220 C, FR
South Dakota S Thune, John* R I 26,500 40,730 AS, C
Tennessee H 9 Cohen, Steve I. D I 2,000 19,000
Texas H 16 Reyes, Silvestre D I 21,000 22,000 AS, I
H 23 Rodriguez, Ciro D. D I 3,500 14,500 A
(HS)
Utah S Bennett, Robert* R I 34,000 133,250 A (D,
FO), HS
H 3 Chaffetz, Jason R I 2,000 2,000
Vermont S Leahy, Patrick* D I 16,711 134,911 A (D,
FO, HS)
Virginia S Warner, Mark R. D I -4,000 36,500 B, C
H 2 Nye, Glenn Carlyle,
III
D I 4,000 4,000 AS
H 5 Perriello, Thomas S. D I 2,500 3,500
H 7 Cantor, Eric R I 24,500 200,730 W
H 11 Connolly, Gerry D I 2,000 5,000 B, FR
(NE)
Washington S Murray, Patty* D I 19,000 182,293 A (D,
HS), B
Wisconsin S Feingold, Russell
D.*
D I 38,000 182,310 B, FR
(NE), I
H 7 Obey, David R. D I 1,000 161,600 A
H 8 Kagen, Steven L. D I 2,000 22,500

2009 Total Contributions:  $
1,139,692

Total Contributions (1978-2009):
$48,989,535

Total No. of Recipients
(1978-2009):  2,198

KEY: The “Career Total” column
represents the total amount of pro-Israel PAC money received from Jan.
1, 1978 through July 31, 2008. S=Senate, H=House of Representatives.
Party affiliation: D=Democrat, R=Republican, Ref=Reform, DFL=Democratic
Farmers Labor, Ind=Independent, Lib=Libertarian. Status: C=Challenger,
I=Incumbent, N=Not Running, O=Open Seat (no incumbent). *=Senate
election year, #=House member running for Senate seat, ” =Special
Election. Committees: A=Appropriations (D=Defense subcommittee,
FO=Foreign Operations subcommittee, HS=Homeland Security, NS=National
Security subcommittee), AS=Armed Services, B=Budget, C=Commerce,
FR=Foreign Relations (NE=Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
subcommittee), HS=Homeland Security, I=Intelligence, IR=International
Relations, NS=National Security, W=Ways and Means. “-” indicates money
returned by candidate, “0” that all money received was returned, “[]” =
independent expenditures on behalf of candidate (not included in
candidate totals).

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