The Largest Barack Obama Campaign Contributors (2012) People
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The Largest Barack Obama Campaign Contributors (2012)

The largest Barack Obama campaign contributors in 2012 include individuals who've given major donations to the Democratic incumbent president's re-election efforts. Obama's top contributors include individuals who've given through super PACs (including the Obama-affiliated Priorities USA Action PAC) and corporations. Keep in mind, though, that the donation totals for corporations include money given by employees and their families within these companies -- not the actual companies themselves.

Barack Obama's top 2012 donors include employees at technology companies, universities and healthcare companies. Some of the largest Obama contributors also include individuals who've given millions to super PACs (the same goes for presumed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney). For more information on who's given the most with regard to major political action committees, check out this list of the largest Super PAC donors (and how much they gave).

All total, as of May 2012, Barack Obama had raised well over $255 million in campaign contributions, compared to Mitt Romney's $121 million. As the money continues to pour in, this list of the biggest Obama campaign contributors is expected to grow. To see how Mitt Romney is doing, you can check out this list of the largest Romney campaign contributors

Who are Obama's top contributors? Take a look at this list and see for yourself.


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    Microsoft $387,395

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    University of California $330,258

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    DLA Piper $306,727

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    Google $271,300

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    Sidley Austin LLP $257,296

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    Harvard University $232,158

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    Comcast Corp $201,606

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    Stanford University $187,290

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    Time Warner $178,164

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    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP $169,753

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    Federal Government of the United States

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    United States Department of State $147,917

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    National Amusements Inc $138,955

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    Morgan & Morgan $135,145

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    Columbia University $134,497

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    Kaiser Permanente $132,257

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    Wells Fargo $127,807

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    University of Chicago $127,507

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    WilmerHale LLP $117,661

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    Kirkland & Ellis LLP $113,770

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    age 65 $2 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Service Employees International Union $6 million through SEIU COPE PAC

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    age 59 $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    age 78 $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Amy P. Goldman age 61 $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Franklin Haney $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Steve Mostyn $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    National Air Traffic Controllers Association $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Kareem Ahmed $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Barbara A. Steifel $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Perennial Strategy Group, LLC $1 million Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Fred Eychaner $500,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    United Association $250,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Anne Earhart $250,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    William E. Little Jr. $150,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    age 69 $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Joe Kiani age 50 $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    John C. Law $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    age 40 $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Bernard L. Schwartz age 90 $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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    Reinier Beeuwkes $100,000 Priorities USA Action PAC

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