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Top Corporate PACs Give Over $2 Million in Contributions

At the fifteen-month mark of this 2013-2014 election cycle, four corporate federal political action committees have already given out more than $2 million in contributions to federal candidates and committees.  

During the first fifteen months of this election cycle, the federal political action committee of Honeywell International, gave out $2,633,530.  This included $664,409 to Democratic candidates; $909,126 to Republican candidates; $180,000 to political parties; and $879,995 to leadership PACs.  

The federal PAC of Northrop Grumman, gave $2,347,750. This includes $615,000 to Democratic candidates; $924,250 to Republican candidates; $150,000 to political parties; and $658,500 to leadership PACs.  

The federal PAC of AT&T, gave $2,139,350. This includes $601,350 to Democratic candidates; $899,000 to Republican candidates; $135,000 to political parties; and $504,000 to leadership PACs.  

The federal PAC of Lockheed Martin, gave $2,120,000. This includes $596,500 to Democratic candidates; $930,000 to Republican candidates; $150,000 to political parties; and $443,500 to leadership PACs.  

For a full ranking, use Political MoneyLine’s ranking of Fortune 500 PACs .

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