Money talks, and powerful organizations use it to influence elections and policy. Each organization profile tracks campaign contributions from the organization's employees and members, its PAC and from the organization itself, only when it gives to outside groups. Each profile also tracks the organization’s lobbying activity to influence public policy, as well as its outside spending to influence elections. Read about our methodology.

Top Contributors

Rank Organization Total Contributions
1 Uline Inc $58,298,525
2 Fahr LLC $40,011,282
3 Blackstone Group $33,732,569
4 Sixteen Thirty Fund $32,253,326
5 Las Vegas Sands $27,100,487
6 Adelson Clinic for Drug Abuse Treatment & Research $26,093,350
7 Senate Majority PAC $23,864,815
8 Carpenters & Joiners Union $23,421,949
9 Susquehanna International Group $23,231,846
10 Paloma Partners $22,763,534

Top Outside Spending Organizations

Rank Organization Total Outside Spending
1 Senate Leadership Fund $93,542,125
2 Senate Majority PAC $82,934,124
3 National Republican Senatorial Cmte $61,621,385
4 Preserve America PAC $51,828,665
5 Club for Growth $40,910,819
6 Democratic Congressional Campaign Cmte $36,972,792
7 American Bridge 21st Century $36,365,935
8 Democratic Senatorial Campaign Cmte $29,594,050
9 The Lincoln Project $28,204,060
10 Congressional Leadership Fund $27,249,598

Top Lobbying Organizations

Rank Organization Total Lobbying
1 US Chamber of Commerce $77,245,000
2 Open Society Policy Center $48,470,000
3 National Assn of Realtors $41,241,006
4 Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America $29,301,000
5 American Hospital Assn $26,272,680
6 Blue Cross/Blue Shield $25,236,590
7 American Medical Assn $20,910,000
8 Business Roundtable $19,990,000
9 Amazon.com $16,790,000
10 Facebook Inc $16,710,000

i Campaign finance totals for the current election cycle were released by the FEC on September 21, 2020 and by the IRS on April 03, 2019. Lobbying data was released by the Senate Office of Public Records on July 23, 2020. Outside spending data was released by the FEC on October 01, 2020.

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