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Tobacco: Top Recipients

Top 20 Recipients

Rank Candidate Office Amount
1 Burr, Richard (R-NC) Senate $146,191
2 Meek, Kendrick B (D-FL) House $98,742
3 Boehner, John (R-OH) House $49,900
4 Rubio, Marco (R-FL) $49,100
5 Camp, Dave (R-MI) House $47,350
6 McConnell, Mitch (R-KY) Senate $40,900
7 Hurt, Robert (R-VA) $38,550
8 Etheridge, Bob (D-NC) House $30,100
9 Crist, Charlie (I-FL) $29,300
10 Cantor, Eric (R-VA) House $27,850
11 Blunt, Roy (R-MO) House $26,500
12 Nelson, Bill (D-FL) Senate $25,600
13 Isakson, Johnny (R-GA) Senate $25,000
14 Buyer, Steve (R-IN) House $24,500
15 McIntyre, Mike (D-NC) House $22,550
16 Webb, James (D-VA) Senate $22,000
17 Sessions, Pete (R-TX) House $21,000
17 Latham, Tom (R-IA) House $21,000
19 Whitfield, Ed (R-KY) House $20,500
20 Vitter, David (R-LA) Senate $19,500
20 Bright, Bobby (D-AL) House $19,500

METHODOLOGY: The numbers on this page are based on contributions from PACs and individuals giving $200 or more.

All donations took place during the 2009-2010 election cycle and were released by the Federal Election Commission on Monday, April 25, 2011.

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