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					                  GOLDMAN SACHS POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
The charts below, compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics from Federal Election Commission
data, provides details on the millions of dollars in political contributions that Goldman Sachs has made in
the last 20 years through its employees and political action committee.

Obama’s top contributors from company                   McCain’s top contributors from company PACs and
PACs and employees (2007-2008)                          employees (2007-2008)
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cycle=2008&cid=N00009638                                e2=2008&goButt2.x=9&goButt2.y=5

Summary: Grouped together, Goldman                      Summary: The McCain campaign received less than a
Sachs’ PAC and employees were among the                 quarter of the amount the Obama campaign received in
top contributors to the Obama presidential              contributions from Goldman Sachs employees and
campaign                                                political action committees

University of California         $1,591,395             Merrill Lynch                  $373,595
Goldman Sachs                    $994,795               Citigroup Inc                  $322,051
Harvard University               $854,747               Morgan Stanley                 $273,452
Microsoft Corp                   $833,617               Goldman Sachs                  $230,095
Google Inc                       $803,436               JPMorgan Chase & Co            $228,107
Citigroup Inc                    $701,290               US Government                  $208,379
JPMorgan Chase & Co              $695,132               AT&T Inc                       $201,438
Time Warner                      $590,084               Wachovia Corp                  $195,063
Sidley Austin LLP                $588,598               UBS AG                         $192,493
Stanford University              $586,557               Credit Suisse Group            $183,353
National Amusements Inc          $551,683               PricewaterhouseCoopers         $167,900
UBS AG                           $543,219               US Army                        $167,820
Wilmerhale Llp                   $542,618               Bank of America                $166,026
Skadden, Arps et al              $530,839               Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher        $159,596
IBM Corp                         $528,822               Blank Rome LLP                 $154,226
Columbia University              $528,302               Greenberg Traurig LLP          $146,437
Morgan Stanley                   $514,881               US Dept of Defense             $144,105
General Electric                 $499,130               FedEx Corp                     $131,974
US Government                    $494,820               Bear Stearns                   $117,498
Latham & Watkins                 $493,835               Lehman Brothers                $114,357
Goldman Sachs PAC and employee contributions over the years
http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/summary.php?id=D000000085

Summary: Goldman Sachs PAC and employees have given more to Democrats than Republicans across
the past several campaign cycles

Cycle        Total            Democrats         Republicans   % to Dems   % to Repubs
2010         $693,675         $476,375          $217,300      69%         31%
2008         $5,934,089       $4,463,788        $1,459,961    75%         25%
2006         $3,495,866       $2,185,461        $1,276,455    63%         37%
2004         $6,411,038       $3,956,253        $2,436,285    62%         38%
2002         $3,487,835       $2,292,040        $1,194,795    66%         34%
2000         $4,431,977       $2,763,185        $1,662,292    62%         38%
1998         $1,938,166       $1,225,252        $683,914      63%         35%
1996         $1,816,563       $997,747          $816,316      55%         45%
1994         $1,026,235       $562,760          $462,675      55%         45%
1992         $1,659,310       $908,295          $750,515      55%         45%
1990         $717,621         $473,716          $243,905      66%         34%
TOTAL        $31,612,375      $20,304,872       $11,204,413   64%         35%
Goldman Sachs PAC and employee contributions to Senate Banking Committee members (2009-10)
Bayh, Evan (D-IN)              $5,400
Bennet, Michael F (D-CO)       $4,800
Bennett, Robert F (R-UT)       $8,800
Bunning, Jim (R-KY)            $2,000
Crapo, Mike (R-ID)             $3,000
DeMint, James W (R-SC)         $1,000
Dodd, Chris (D-CT)             $4,250
Schumer, Charles E (D-NY)      $22,600
Shelby, Richard C (R-AL)       $34,600

Goldman Sachs PAC and employee contributions to House Financial Services Committee members
(2009-10)
Adler, John H (D-NJ)            $5,750
Bachus, Spencer (R-AL)          $2,500
Bean, Melissa (D-IL)            $9,400
Capuano, Michael E (D-MA)       $1,500
Castle, Michael N (R-DE)        $2,400
Donnelly, Joe (D-IN)            $1,000
Ellison, Keith (D-MN)           $500
Foster, Bill (D-IL)             $4,500
Garrett, Scott (R-NJ)           $2,000
Hensarling, Jeb (R-TX)          $1,000
Himes, Jim (D-CT)               $15,150
Hodes, Paul W (D-NH)            $13,100
Jenkins, Lynn (R-KS)            $2,000
Lance, Leonard (R-NJ)           $3,000
Lee, Christopher J (R-NY)       $2,000
Maloney, Carolyn B (D-NY)       $4,400
McCarthy, Kevin (R-CA)          $4,500
McCotter, Thad (R-MI)           $2,000
Meeks, Gregory W (D-NY)         $2,500
Minnick, Walter Clifford (D-ID) $5,000
Paulsen, Erik (R-MN)            $2,000
Posey, Bill (R-FL)              $2,000
Royce, Ed (R-CA)                $2,400
Velazquez, Nydia M (D-NY)       $3,500
Waters, Maxine (D-CA)           $2,400
Watt, Melvin L (D-NC)           $2,500
Top Recipients, all federal candidates (2009-2010 cycle only)
http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/recips.php?id=D000000085

McMahon, Michael E (D-NY) House                   $50,550
Shelby, Richard C (R-AL) Senate                   $34,600
Gillibrand, Kirsten (D-NY) Senate                 $23,800
Murphy, Scott (D-NY) House                        $23,450
Schumer, Charles E (D-NY) Senate                  $22,600
Kirk, Mark (R-IL) House                           $21,600
Pleitez, Emanuel (D-CA) House                     $20,175
Wyden, Ron (D-OR) Senate                          $15,900
Himes, Jim (D-CT) House                           $15,150
Khazei, Alan (D-MA) Senate                        $14,600
Hodes, Paul W (D-NH) House                        $13,100
Crist, Charles J Jr (R-FL) Senate                 $10,100
Dold, Robert (R-IL) House                         $9,850
Bean, Melissa (D-IL) House                        $9,400
Bennett, Robert F (R-UT) Senate                   $8,800
Roskam, Peter (R-IL) House                        $7,400
Saujani, Reshma M (D-NY) House                    $7,200
Coakley, Martha (D-MA) Senate                     $7,050
Blunt, Roy (R-MO) House                           $6,200
Adler, John H (D-NJ) House                        $5,750
Brown, Scott P (R-MA) Senate                      $5,550
Bayh, Evan (D-IN) Senate                          $5,400
Chachas, John Gregory (R-NV) Senate               $5,100
Meek, Kendrick B (D-FL) House                     $5,050
Hoyer, Steny H (D-MD) House                       $5,000
Minnick, Walter Clifford (D-ID) House             $5,000
Reid, Harry (D-NV) Senate                         $4,900
Bennet, Michael F (D-CO) Senate                   $4,800
Fiorina, Carly (R-CA) Senate                      $4,800
Conway, Jack (D-KY) Senate                        $4,650
Foster, Bill (D-IL) House                         $4,500
Lincoln, Blanche (D-AR) Senate                    $4,500
McCarthy, Kevin (R-CA) House                      $4,500
Ayotte, Kelly A (R-NH) Senate                     $4,400
Maloney, Carolyn B (D-NY) House                   $4,400
Dodd, Chris (D-CT) Senate                         $4,250
Foley, Thomas C (R-CT) Senate                     $4,150
Inouye, Daniel K (D-HI) Senate                    $4,000
Velazquez, Nydia M (D-NY) House                   $3,500
Specter, Arlen (D-PA) Senate                      $3,350
Hoffman, David (D-IL) Senate                      $3,150
Crapo, Mike (R-ID) Senate                         $3,000
Lance, Leonard (R-NJ) House                       $3,000
Top Recipients, all federal candidates (1990-2010)
http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/recips.php?id=D000000085&type=P&state=&sort=A&cycle=A

Obama, Barack (D-Ill)                          $1,053,795
Clinton, Hillary (D-NY)                        $682,690
Corzine, Jon S (D-NJ)                          $585,870
Bush, George W (R-Texas)                       $528,124
Schumer, Charles E (D-NY)                      $481,040
Kerry, John (D-Mass)                           $351,750
McCain, John (R-Ariz)                          $337,065
Bradley, Bill (D-NJ)                           $323,550
Dodd, Chris (D-Conn)                           $273,466
Romney, Mitt (R-Mass)                          $254,025
Ryan, Jack (R-Ill)                             $218,161
Edwards, John (D-NC)                           $213,750
Lazio, Rick A (R-NY)                           $194,300
D'Amato, Alfonse M (R-NY)                      $189,150
Himes, Jim (D-Conn)                            $170,248
Bayh, Evan (D-Ind)                             $164,950
Specter, Arlen (R-Pa)                          $164,700
Daschle, Tom (D-SD)                            $158,500
Giuliani, Rudolph W (R-NY)                     $150,750
Menendez, Robert (D-NJ)                        $149,950
Clinton, Bill (D-Ark)                          $140,659
Lowey, Nita M (D-NY)                           $132,290
Lieberman, Joe (I-Conn)                        $123,700
Rangel, Charles B (D-NY)                       $115,100
Ford, Harold E Jr (D-Tenn)                     $111,997
Hutchison, Kay Bailey (R-Texas)                $111,300

				
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