Ed Whitfield Republican (Elected 1994), KY House district 1

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Total Campaign Contributions Received by Ed Whitfield: $511,800

Top 10 Organizations Funding

OrganizationContributions
Firstenergy Corporation$20,000
NACS$17,500
Exelon$15,000
Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers$14,000
UPS$13,000
Marathon Petroleum$12,500
Koch Industries$12,500
American Electric Power$12,500
Cozen Oconnor$12,500
Community Oncology Alliance$12,500

Geographic Sources of Contributions to Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield received 80% of campaign contributions ($1,127,992) from outside district. (Rank: 228 out of 421.)

Ed Whitfield received 76% of campaign contributions ($1,067,944) from outside state. (Rank: 57 out of 421.)

Total Campaign Contributions, 2005-2007: $1,414,442

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Top 10 Contributing Zip Codes

Washington, DC 20005$92,749
Paducah, KY 42001$77,300
Washington, DC 20036$62,542
Washington, DC 20004$60,252
Washington, DC 20001$59,250
Alexandria, VA 22314$59,000
Hopkinsville, KY 42240$53,150
Paducah, KY 42003$38,050
San Antonio, TX 78205$24,000
Washington, DC 20006$23,500

Top 5 Contributing States

Kentucky$345,498
District Of Columbia$334,718
Virginia$137,490
Texas$84,200
Illinois$52,100
Map of contributions to Ed Whitfield

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This map depicts the total amount of campaign contributions to U.S. Representative Ed Whitfield (Kentucky District 1), based on the House District in which each contribution originated. This map includes all contributions from January 2005 through December 2007, excluding individual contributions of less than $200 and contributions from political parties, other candidates, and leadership PACs. Contribution data supplied by MapLight from analysis of Center for Responsive Politics data. Map created 10/16/2008 by Azavea Inc. For more details, see full report at http://www.maplight.org/remotecontrol08. This map may be freely reproduced provide credit is given to “MapLight.”

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