Many think labor unions give to the Democrats, Big Business to the Republicans.
That’s a myth and a lie.
Take just the latest election season in California.
Here are business contributions to Democrats—NOT to Republicans:
|PG & E Corporation||$25,000|
|KORE Infrastructure, LLC||$25,000|
|Apollo Group INC||$25,000|
|California Dental PAC||$25,000|
|Fox Entertainment Group||$25,000|
|Cotchett, Pitre &McCarthy LLP||$25,000|
|United Health Group, Inc||$25,00|
|Anthem Blue Cross||$25,000|
|Delta Airlines, INC.||$25,000|
|AT&T and its Affiliates||$25,000|
|Thomas Steyer (Billionaire)||$35,000|
|Blue Shield of California||$25,000|
This money has been used against conservatives and Republicans. These interests spend big money to promote liberal Democrats.
When I ran for office, I had specific policies to reduce taxes and regulations, a pro-growth agenda.
But the Big Business interests gave to the big-spending, tax-hiking, regulation-expanding Democratic candidate … with promises to help them by protecting their interests.
What do you think? Why would businesses do this? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org