Burlington's Top Political Donors — and Which Candidates They Support

According to the Federal Election Commission’s donor guide, the top donors from Burlington gave to Mitt Romney while the majority of donations went to President Obama.

Yesterday we carried an article on the Federal Election Commission’s online guide to see who has given what amount to each presidential nominee.

Thus far in the 2012 campaign cycle, Burlington residents have made 222 contributions to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the Democratic and Republican Party nominees. 

A total of 180 contributions from Burlington were made to the Obama campaign, while 42 contributions were made to the Romney campaign.

But who gave what? Where did Burlington's top donors put their money?

According to the list, the top four donations, each at the $2,500 level, all went to Mitt Romney. Obama did score one $600 donation and the majority of $500 donations went to the president.

Burlington's Top 15 Donors:

Donor Candidate Amount Donation Date Kimberly Benjaminsen Mitt Romney $2,500 Jan. 23, 2011 Anthony Fabrizio Jr. Mitt Romney $2,500 Aug. 25, 2011 Thomas Pickette, Jr. Mitt Romney $2,500 June 1, 2012 Roger Nordblom Mitt Romney $2,500 April 26, 2012 Lynda Christian Barack Obama $600 Aug. 31, 2012 Dane Dwyer Mitt Romney $500 Sept. 28, 2011 Michael Devitt Mitt Romney $500 July 10, 2012 Paula Bernard Mitt Romney $500 May 2, 2012 Francis Taft Mitt Romney $500 Aug. 11, 2012 Ed Wentworth Barack Obama $500 April 28, 2011 Lynda Christian Barack Obama $500 Feb. 15, 2012 Mim Minichiello Barack Obama $500 March 7, 2012 Meredith Mendola Barack Obama $500 June 26, 2012 Karen Lineham Barack Obama
$500 April 29, 2012 David Flanagan Barack Obama $500 June 14, 2012

The information in the database was downloaded from the Federal Election Commission’s website. The data is based on quarterly reports, and is current through July. The data will be updated in mid-October.

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