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Contributions from employees of Mckinsey Company

Political contributions disclosed by campaign committees to the Federal Election Commission, sorted by employer. The data, from the FEC, covers the years 1979 through 2008.

$50,900 from 21 Mckinsey Company employees (6.7%) to John McCain
$48,950 from 25 Mckinsey Company employees (8.0%) to John Kerry
$39,378 from 59 Mckinsey Company employees (18.8%) to Barack Obama
$30,600 from 29 Mckinsey Company employees (9.2%) to Hillary Clinton
$18,400 from 12 Mckinsey Company employees (3.8%) to Christopher Shays
$5,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to David George Reichert
$4,000 from 5 Mckinsey Company employees (1.6%) to Jon Tester
$3,600 from 5 Mckinsey Company employees (1.6%) to Patrick Murphy
$3,300 from 2 Mckinsey Company employees (0.6%) to Christopher Van Hollen
$3,250 from 3 Mckinsey Company employees (1.0%) to Michael Ferguson
$3,000 from 3 Mckinsey Company employees (1.0%) to James Webb
$2,750 from 4 Mckinsey Company employees (1.3%) to Janice Schakowsky
$2,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Joseph Courtney
$1,500 from 2 Mckinsey Company employees (0.6%) to Bob Corker
$1,500 from 3 Mckinsey Company employees (1.0%) to Allyson Schwartz
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Joseph Sestak
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Tim Mahoney
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Harold Ford
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Edward Markey
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Ike Skelton
$1,000 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to John Hayworth
$750 from 2 Mckinsey Company employees (0.6%) to Joseph Lieberman
$500 from 2 Mckinsey Company employees (0.6%) to Ronald Paul
$500 from 2 Mckinsey Company employees (0.6%) to Thomas Edwards
$250 from 1 Mckinsey Company employee (0.3%) to Geoff Davis

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