Google CEO Gives to Republicans, Philadelphia 76ers CEO Gives to Democrats
While both the Democratic and Republican senatorial campaign committees increased their cash on hand with very similar receipts during April, only the Democrats made a partial loan repayment to reduce their debt.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee reported receipts of $3,562,175 and spending of $1,755,293, leaving $7,080,594 cash on hand. They had started April with $5,273,712 cash on hand. As of April 30, the committee had outstanding loans of $9.5 million from Wells Fargo Bank.
The committee received $569,063 from small contributions and $819,150 from PACs and other committees. Major contributions included $32,400 from the following: Daniel Amos (CEO, AFLAC Inc., Georgia); Tom Cullen (executive, Dish Network, Colorado); Cyrus Freidheim Jr. (chairman, Sun-Times Media Group, Florida); Jeffrey Sprecher (CEO, Intercontinental Exchange, Georgia); Kelly Loeffler (VP, Intercontinental Exchange, Georgia); Donald Miller (chairman, Axiom International Investors, Connecticut); Neil Pruitt (CEO, UHS-Pruitt Corporation, Georgia); Andrew Marshal Saul (investor, Saul Partners LP, New York); Bruce Toll (real estate developer, Toll Brothers Inc., Florida); and Dr. George Rapier (CEO, WellMed, Texas); among others. Dr. Eric Schmidt (chairman & CEO, Google Inc.) gave $32,300.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee reported receipts of 3,542,640 and spending of $3,351,819, leaving $8,619,709 cash on hand. They started April with $8,428,888 cash on hand. During April the committee made a $1.25 million loan repayment. As of April 30, the committee had outstanding loans of $13,750,000 from Bank of America.
The committee received $1,352,940 from small contributions and $282,150 from PACs and other committees. Major contributions included $32,400 from the following: Adam Aron (CEO, Philadelphia 76ers); Stewart Bainum Jr. (chairman, Choice Hotels, Maryland); Sandra Bainum (homemaker, Maryland); Jesse Crawford (owner, Crawford Communications, Georgia); Corky Hale Stoller (producer, Corky Hale Productions, California); Karen Hale (homemaker, Massachusetts); and John D. Rockefeller IV (U.S. Senator, U.S. Senate); among others.