Pacificans Have Contributed $24,330 in 2012 Campaign Cycle

See who's giving money to whom, where the contributors live and how much they've spent.

The Huffington Post has a cool feature up right now: a list of people who have contributed money to candidates and political action committees in the 2012 election cycle.

You can see how much the Pacifica resident contributed, who they gave it to, where they live in Pacifica, the contributor's profession and even what percentage of the total contributions went to Democrats or Republicans.

Curious as to which way Pacifica leans right now? Well, so far in the 2012 cycle, 62 percent of contributions made to candidates went to Democrats.

Here's the story URL: http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/neighbors.php?type=city&city=Pacifica

One major contributor is Republican, however. Paul Sisoian, a CBS Radio personality, gave $1,000 to Presidential hopeful Ron Paul and another $1,000 to LibertyPAC, Paul's political action committee that supports his campaign.

On the other side of the aisle, we've got Bruce Gottlieb, owner of Ornamento in Pacifica, who donated $500 to Sheldon Whitehouse, a Rhode Island Democrat running for Senate, and Donald Newton, bookstore manager at the City College of San Francisco, who contributed $500 to Congresswoman Jackie Speier's re-election campaign.

To see more contributors, head to the Huffington Post.

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Day-Oh February 21, 2012 at 07:56 PM
It would be helpful if you could list the URL. HuffPost has thousands and thousands of posts/pages. It's difficult and time-consuming to have to search for one particular URL, especially when you don't know even its title or some pertinent key words.
Camden Swita February 21, 2012 at 08:07 PM
Just added the link. Sorry about that. Our linking system is currently out of commission.
Zoe February 27, 2012 at 04:33 PM


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