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Contributions from employees of Pitney Bowes

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.

$14,450 from 17 Pitney Bowes employees (3.2%) to Joseph Lieberman
$11,700 from 14 Pitney Bowes employees (2.7%) to Christopher Shays
$8,075 from 12 Pitney Bowes employees (2.3%) to John Kerry
$7,800 from 9 Pitney Bowes employees (1.7%) to Susan Collins
$7,700 from 14 Pitney Bowes employees (2.7%) to Hillary Clinton
$7,000 from 3 Pitney Bowes employees (0.6%) to Robert Simmons
$6,100 from 4 Pitney Bowes employees (0.8%) to Christopher Dodd
$5,550 from 10 Pitney Bowes employees (1.9%) to Ernest Istook
$4,550 from 11 Pitney Bowes employees (2.1%) to Barack Obama
$2,500 from 3 Pitney Bowes employees (0.6%) to Joseph Courtney
$2,100 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Nancy Johnson
$2,000 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Charles Melancon
$2,000 from 4 Pitney Bowes employees (0.8%) to Patrick Kennedy
$1,250 from 2 Pitney Bowes employees (0.4%) to Christopher Murphy
$1,000 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Mitch McConnell
$750 from 2 Pitney Bowes employees (0.4%) to Thomas Davis
$500 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to J. Hastert
$500 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to John McHugh
$250 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Stephen Lynch
$250 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Joseph Biden
$250 from 1 Pitney Bowes employee (0.2%) to Danny Davis

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