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After 30 years in the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell only serves the interests of his big money donors and not Kentucky. Send him packing! Contribute

Big Money De-Evolution

Once weary of money in politics, Mitch McConnell has embraced the oligarchy.

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In 30 years in the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell serves his big dollar donors outside Kentucky.

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McConnell's service to big money's influence benefits the most important person: himself.

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  • 10 Reasons Mitch McConnell Loves Lobbyists

    Sure, we keep saying that Sen. Mitch McConnell sides with special interests and billionaires over everyday Kentuckians. But that can feel abstract. Here are 10 facts that show just how cozy McConnell is with lobbyists and special interests, making “more money than I could count.” All graphics are courtesy of Mother Jones.
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  • The Key Influencers

    Mitch McConnnell's constituency while serving in the U.S. Senate isn't your average hard-working Kentuckians. However, these big dollar "constituents" certainly get their money's worth.

    2014 Cycle Data

    By Contributor

    Blackstone Group $225,400
    Goldman Sachs $103,425
    Humana Inc $99,300
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $97,075
    Kindred Healthcare $95,350
    Citigroup Inc $93,400
    Votesane PAC $82,000
    General Electric $75,625
    DaVita HealthCare Partners $73,575
    American Express $72,250
    Note: The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organization's PAC, its individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families.

    By Industry

    Securities & Investment $1,999,282
    Retired $1,201,071
    Oil & Gas $916,908
    Insurance $901,800
    Lawyers/Law Firms $887,288
    Health Professionals $811,595
    Real Estate $761,750
    Lobbyists $633,560
    Misc Finance $617,305
    Commercial Banks $559,025


    Total $23,725,569
    Spent $13,746,674
    Cash on Hand $9,816,869
    Source: Center for Responsive Politics

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