PPL’s Top Twenty Statewide Recipients of Campaign Contributions: 2004 to 2012

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Total Given by PPL from 2004 to 2012: $1,302,035

Recipient Time Period Amount
1) Sen. Pat Browne (R) 2004-2012 $42,880
2) Gov. Tom Corbett (R) 2008-2012 $33,100
3) Rep. Jennifer Mann (D) 2004-2010 $28,750
4) Sen. Jake Corman (R) 2004-2012 $24,525
5) Sen. Jeff Piccola (R) 2004-2010 $20,850
6) Rep. Sam Smith (R) 2004-2010 $18,750
7) Sen. Joseph Scarnatti (R) 2004-2012 $17,650
8) Sen. Dominic Pillegi (R) 2004-2012 $15,850
9) Auditor General Jack Wagner (D)2004-2012 $15,450
10) Gov. Ed Rendell (D) 2006 $15,000
11) Sen. Mary Jo White (R) 2004-2012 $13,900
12) Sen. John Gordner (R) 2004-2012 $13,524
13) Rep. Dave Reed (R) 2004-2012 $13,200
14) Rep. Mike Turzai (R) 2004-2012 $13,200
15) Sen. Don White (R) 2004-2010 $13,000
16) Rep. Ron Buxton (R) 2004-2010 $12,050
17) Rep. Keith McCall (D) 2004-2008 $11,850
18) Rep. Todd Eachus (D) 2004-2010 $11,700
19) Sen. Raphael Musto (D) 2004-2008 $11,240
20) Rep. Sandra Major (R) 2004-2012 $11,125

 

Source: National Institute on Money in State Politics
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