The 1,000 political donors who stand to benefit most from McCutcheon v. FEC.

From Sunlight’s blog:

This portrait of the top 1,000 donors gives an insight into how lifting aggregate individual contribution caps could change the dynamics of campaigns. It suggests that Republicans would be more likely to benefit than Democrats, and that high finance would become even more central as a political gatekeeper.

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