Banking on your Vote to become President in 2012

Who bought your Candidate and who will he serve if elected?

 

Wall Street is Betting on Romney to Win the White House 4 to 1...

 

PACs 2011-2012

 

Goldman Sachs

Barack Obama $184,925

Mitt Romney $994,139

Ron Paul $6,000

 

 

JPMorgan Chase

Barack Obama $268,260

Mitt Romney $792,147

Ron Paul $11,980

 

 

Morgan Stanley

Barack Obama $212,572

Mitt Romney $824,505

Ron Paul $2,700 (Apr 14)

 

 

Bank of America

Barack Obama $237,235

Mitt Romney $921,839

Ron Paul $12,855

 

 

Credit Suisse Group

Barack Obama $70,156

Mitt Romney $618,941

Ron Paul $3,152

 

 

Citigroup

Barack Obama $191,904

Mitt Romney $465,063

Ron Paul $3,986

 

Totals

Barack Obama $1,165,052

Mitt Romney $4,616,634

Ron Paul $40,673

 

 

Contribution totals as of Oct 31, 2012.

 

In 2008, Senator Barack Obama received $1,035,095 from Goldman Sachs, $700,808 from JPMorgan Chase, $681,318 from Citigroup, and $513,623 from Morgan Stanley.

 

In 2006, Senator Barack Obama received $61,605 from the Soros Fund Management, a hedge fund management firm founded in 1969 by George Soros.

 

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2012 Presidential Candidates

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Taken on January 11, 2012