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Democrats Accept More Money than Republicans from Big Tech Companies

Photo By Gage Skidmore Article By Evan Troxel According to the Center for Responsive Politics (opensecrets.org) website, based on the FEC data from November 21st, 2019, Big Tech companies and their political action committees (PACs) have given more than $6.7 million ($6,787,553) to Congressional and Presidential candidates. In total, Democrats have accepted $4.6 million ($4,658,563)…
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Amazon, Facebook, and Google Gives More Than $5 Million to Congressional and Presidential Candidates

By Evan Troxel According to the Center for Responsive Politics (opensecrets.org) website, based on data released by the FEC on November 21st, 2019, Big Tech companies have given more than $5.3 million dollars ($5,363,436) to Congressional and Presidential candidates in the 2020 election cycle. More than $4.2 million ($4,268,936) is from Alphabet, Amazon.com, Apple, Facebook and Twitter…
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Hillary Clinton Accepts Twitter Money, Owning Over 326% of Money Twitter Gave to Candidates

By Evan Troxel According to the Center for Responsive Politics (opensecrets.org), based on FEC data from January 31st, 2020, at this very moment, Hillary Clinton in 2016 is the only United States’ Congressional or Presidential candidate in history to accept $19,713 or more from Twitter in a single election cycle. Think about that. Not Bernie…

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