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Resnick and associates spend nearly $4 million on campaigns

Stewart Resnick, his wife, and executives of his companies have donated $3.97 million to candidates and political committees, mostly in the Golden State since 1993. Here are the recipients of contributions of $10,000 or more. You can sort by clicking on any of the column headers.


Recipient Campaigns Party Amount
DEMOCRATIC PARTY COMMITTEES INCLUDES DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE DEM $776,638
GRAY DAVIS GOVERNOR UNTIL 2003; LT. GOV.; CONTROLLER DEM $643,030
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER GOVERNOR REP $271,990
PETE WILSON GOVERNOR UNTIL 1998 REP $238,500
RICHARD RIORDAN LOS ANGELES MAYOR UNTIL 2001; INCLUDES BALLOT MEASURES REP $135,000
OPEN-PRIMARY INITIATIVE FAILED 2004 BALLOT MEASURE NP $150,000
AGRICULTURE PACS INCLUDES WESTERN GROWERS POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE NP $134,889
KATHLEEN BROWN FORMER STATE TREASURER; LOST 1994 GOVERNOR'S RACE DEM $118,437
JERRY BROWN ATTORNEY GENERAL; INCLUDES DONATIONS TO A CHARTER SCHOOL HE FOUNDED DEM $85,800
REPUBLICAN PARTY COMMITTEES INCLUDES REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE REP $59,276
FOSTER-CARE REFORM INITIATIVE PROPOSED STATE INITIATIVE NP $50,000
STEM-CELL-RESEARCH INITIATIVE BALLOT MEASURE PASSED IN 2004 NP $50,000
STEVE WESTLY LOST 2006 PRIMARY FOR GOVERNOR DEM $48,600
RECALL OPPONENTS FAILED MEASURE TO STOP RECALL OF GOV. DAVIS IN 2003 NP $91,500
ANTONIO VILLARAIGOSA LOS ANGELES MAYOR DEM $41,500
JANE HARMAN CONGRESSWOMAN FROM LOS ANGELES DEM $37,900
DIANNE FEINSTEIN SENATOR FROM CALIFORNIA DEM $29,950
ED RENDELL GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA DEM $29,000
JAMES HAHN LOS ANGELES MAYOR UNTIL 2005 DEM $28,000
GAVIN NEWSOM SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR DEM $27,150
PHIL ANGELIDES TREASURER; LOST 2006 GOVERNOR'S RACE DEM $27,000
HILLARY CLINTON SECRETARY OF STATE, FORMER NEW YORK SENATOR AND PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DEM $26,950
CLASS-SIZE-REDUCTION INITIATIVE STATE MEASURE PASSED 1998 NP $25,000
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF HUFFINGTON POST, CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR IN 2003 IND. $25,000
DON PERATA STATE SENATE LEADER; RETIRED IN 2008 DEM $25,000
BARACK OBAMA PRESIDENTIAL AND ILLINOIS SENATE CAMPAIGNS DEM $22,150
JOHN MCCAIN PRESIDENTIAL AND ARIZONA SENATE CAMPAIGNS REP $20,750
KEVIN DE LEON ASSEMBLYMAN FROM LOS ANGELES DEM $19,200
DARRELL STEINBERG SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEMP, CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE DEM $18,600
GARY CONDIT CONGRESSMAN FROM CENTRAL VALLEY; DEFEATED IN 2002 DEM $17,700
BARBARA BOXER SENATOR FROM CALIFORNIA DEM $17,000
DAN LUNGREN CONGRESSMAN FROM SACRAMENTO; LOST 1998 GOVERNOR'S RACE REP $17,000
GIL GARCETTI LOS ANGELES DISTRICT ATTORNEY UNTIL 2000 NP $16,000
ROCKY DELGADILLO LOS ANGELES CITY ATTORNEY UNTIL 2009 DEM $15,200
PLANNED PARENTHOOD PAC FEDERAL AND STATE COMMITTEES NP $15,000
TOBACCO TAX INITIATIVE 1998 STATE BALLOT MEASURE NP $15,000
JIM COSTA CONGRESSMAN FROM FRESNO; FORMER STATE SENATOR DEM $14,950
BRAD SHERMAN CONGRESSMAN FROM LOS ANGELES DEM $13,650
ED MARKEY CONGRESSMAN FROM MASSACHUSETTS DEM $13,300
RUSTY AREIAS FORMER STATE SENATOR FROM LOS BANOS DEM $13,000
DEAN FLOREZ STATE SENATOR FROM BAKERSFIELD DEM $13,000
DENNIS CARDOZA CONGRESSMAN FROM MERCED; FORMER ASSEMBLYMAN DEM $12,800
CHUCK POOCHIGIAN FORMER FRESNO LAWMAKER; DEFEATED FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL IN 2006 REP $12,425
TOM HARKIN SENATOR FROM IOWA DEM $12,200
HENRY WAXMAN CONGRESSMAN FROM LOS ANGELES DEM $12,000
KEVIN MCCARTHY CONGRESSMAN FROM BAKERSFIELD REP $11,150
TOM LANTOS LATE CONGRESSMAN FROM SAN MATEO DEM $11,100
JOE BIDEN U.S. VICE PRESIDENT; FORMER SENATOR FROM DELAWARE DEM $11,000
HOWARD BERMAN CONGRESSMAN FROM LOS ANGELES DEM $10,900
CAL DOOLEY FORMER CONGRESSMAN FROM VISALIA DEM $10,250
MICHELA ALIOTO-PIER SF SUPERVISOR; LOST SECRETARY OF STATE RACE IN 2002 DEM $10,000
JOHN GARAMENDI CONGRESSMAN FROM THE EAST BAY, DEFEATED FOR GOVERNOR IN 1994, NOW RUNNING FOR CONGRESS DEM $10,000
JOHN KERRY SENATOR FROM MASSACHUSETTS; LOST PRESIDENTIAL RACE IN 2004 DEM $10,000
REDISTRICTING INITIATIVE STATE INITIATIVE PASSED IN 2008 NP $10,000

Sources: Federal Election Commission; California Secretary of State; California State Archives; San Francisco and Los Angeles ethics commissions; Pennsylvania Department of State.

Produced by Lance Williams, Agustin Armendariz and Lisa Pickoff-White

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