Who are Barack Obama's biggest campaign donors?
Goldman Sachs $474,428 Ubs Ag $298,180 JP Morgan Chase & Co $282,387 Lehman Brothers $274,147 National Amusements Inc $265,750 Sidley Austin LLP $251,657 Citigroup Inc $247,436 University of California $239,944 Skadden, Arps et al $228,520 Exelon Corp $226,661 Harvard University $225,891 Jones Day $213,825 Google Inc $192,808 Time Warner $190,091 Morgan Stanley $190,026 Citadel Investment Group $173,950 Kirkland & Ellis $163,126 Latham & Watkins $160,842 WilmerHale LLP $155,788 Jenner & Block $151,447
individual donors, corporate donors, PACs, your political party
well it depends; on what type u are
Only the ones she made to her campaign donors.
$389,423,102 a staggering number until you realize that he received over 90% of that from individual donors. McCain receives less than 80% from individual donors.
What was being housed in the Watergate hotel that was of particular interest to the committee to re-elect Richard Nixon?
Democratic campaign headquarters were housed in the Watergate. I think CREP was interested in names of donors and prospective donors, as well as anything else they might find.
Obama believes taxes are GOOD, & the more, the better. More to spend lavishly by crony capitalism with his donors & bundlers. Like Solyndra & Barry Rand, CEO of AARP, whom Obama helped get his job.
Senior Democrats said that Mr Obama will announce his candidacy in a text or email message with a video announcing his intention to seek a second term. At the same time, his campaign team will file papers with the Federal Election Commission. The exact timing depends on spending negotiations on Capitol Hill that have to be resolved this week to prevent a government shutdown. Mr Obama is making his announcement earlier than is typical for… Read More
One obstacle was being biracial. Back when Barack Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, his parents' marriage was unusual-- in fact, in some states, a marriage between a black person and a white person was still illegal. Another obstacle was having no father around-- his biological father left when young Barack was only two, and had little contact with him after that. Another obstacle was having to move to Indonesia when his mom remarried… Read More
While the exact number has not been released to the media, we do know that President and Mrs. Obama sent out a large number of holiday greeting cards to personal friends, supporters (including those who volunteered on the campaign), donors, important members of the Democratic party, and members of the press who cover the White House. It should be noted that taxpayer dollars do not get spent on White House Christmas cards: they are generally… Read More
A successful one. Barak Obama raised millions by accessing his donors on the internet. Those donors were not the ones that gave thousands of dollars, but those thousands who gave just a few dollars. For the first time, "Jane the student" was able to participate in a meaningful way, to a Presidential Campaign.
Political contributions come from individuals, political parties, and political action committees (PACs). Individual donors range from friends, family, and others supporting a loved one's campaign to wealthy contributors who want to exert political influence.
There have been thousands of organ donors in Tamil Badu. Tamil leads that nation in donors. The exact number of donors is unknown.
During the 2012 election, most of Mr. Obama's money was raised by individuals and by SuperPACs. But since the election, there is now a new "dark money" group (a group that does not have to disclose who its donors are); it was formed to support the policies of the Obama administration and to raise money to advocate for his priorities. It is called "Organizing for Action."
No, there is no evidence of it. There are some internet rumors about it, generated by several conservative websites, but there is no concrete proof that the Obama campaign is actually soliciting illegal donors. That said, enforcement of some of the election laws is not very stringent, and it is quite possible that people from foreign countries might find ways to donate to either Mr. Obama or Mr. Romney.
Blood donors are questioned about their general health, their lifestyle, and any medical conditions that might disqualify them as donors.
It depends on who you are. If you are a member of the president's staff or family, or a member of congress, you may eat with the president and it does not cost anything. The people who are asked to pay money are political donors. All presidents raise money for their campaigns by inviting potential donors to private dinners. But to attend these private dinners requires a large donation, ranging from $250 to $5000 (or… Read More
Yes all metals are electron donors.
Metals are electron donors.
The duration of Brain Donors is 1.32 hours.
The practice of paying donors for blood has essentially stopped. Donors who sell blood tend to have a high risk for the transmission of infectious agents.
I am not sure I understand the question. Are you asking which groups he owns stock or has a financial interest in, or are you asking who are his main donors? As for the stocks, according to his 2011 tax return, the president does own a small portfolio of investments, and by most accounts, has invested wisely over past fifteen years. I enclose a link to a magazine article which describes his investments during those… Read More
You need orhan donors for people that have lost and organ like a liver.People decide tp become organ donors to help others in need.
because they have one or two valence electrons.
There are always many people involved in the election of any president. In the case of Barack Obama, some of the people were members of the Democratic party (senators and representatives who campaigned for him in their districts, and especially in swing states like Ohio or Florida); spokesmen and women (called "surrogates") who went on TV and radio to speak about why the president should be re-elected; talk show hosts on "friendly media" (pro-Obama members… Read More
Yes because universal donors have o blood.
The most likely kidney donors are immediate family.
Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide was created in 1986.
No, probably because it isn't true. Mitt Romney has said that he will not run for president in 2016. He has been spending much of his time introducing other potential Republican candidates to his biggest donors. It is also highly unlikely that any group of Mormons has 10 billion dollars to donate to his campaign, nor would they donate to him if he has said that he is not running, and the Church itself never… Read More
strong electron donors are the left side (alkali metals).
The population of Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes is 7.
* All potential donors must be at least 17 years old or older to give. * All donors at donation must bring a valid picture ID. * Donors must weigh at least 110 pounds. * Potential donors must be feeling well and healthy on the day of donating.
There are currently 4685 Potential Donors actually lol :P
Compensation for plasma donors vary by location but new donors can expect to earn up to $300 per month. Besides monetary compensation, CSL also offers donors a rewards program in which donors earn point that can be saved and used on a variety of different goods and services.
Most of the donations to the president have come from individuals, who have given amounts from $20 to $2000 through several online sites that support him and other Democratic candidates. (One study noted that the average contribution from individuals was $50, but there were large numbers of these small donors.) The president also has benefited from large donations, which come from several SuperPACs, the best-known of which is called Priorities USA. The ads for the… Read More
According to the American Journal of Transplantation (2008 edition) there are 6,618 (living) organ donors.
Approximately 15-16% of blood donors have Rh- blood. (This includes O-, A-, B-, and AB-)
TOTAL ORGAN DONORS IN THE U.S. IN 2008 :14,199 http://www.donatelifeny.org/organ/2008_unitedstates_2.html
One obstacle Barack Obama had was being biracial. Back when he was born in Hawaii in 1961, his parents' marriage was unusual (his mom was white, his dad was black); in fact, in some states, a marriage between a black person and a white person was still illegal. Another obstacle was having no father around-- his biological father left when young Barack was only two, and had little contact with him after that. Another obstacle… Read More
I am not sure I understand the question. Are you asking about what changes the president has made, who his supporters are, or which groups worked with him to carry out his agenda? For example, Mr. Obama is a Democrat, so he has been helped by members of the Democratic party. His agenda has benefited from donors, both large and small, who gave money so that he could campaign and make voters aware of what… Read More
I assume you mean egg donors, and in case it wasn't blindingly obvious, egg donors did not exist at the time the Quran was written.
Lithotrophs are organisms that use inorganic compounds as electron donors in cellular respiration.
The cast of Blood Donors - 2009 includes: Dana Aritonovich as Dana Boris Himself as Boris
In the United States campaign contributions are made to various candidates running for election or re election for official positions in the Federal, State and local governments. Supporters of the policies and voting records of candidates are accessed by campaign donors for the purpose of having officials who share the same goals with regards to public policies and legislation. There are at any given point in time a huge variety of public issues that need… Read More
How do molecules that function as electron donors and those that function as electron acceptors differ?
Electron donors have high Potential energy electron acceptors have low potential energy
Yes, dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors.
No "Buddhism" is a religion. Only people can be organ donors. The related link below informs you of the religion's views on organ donation by people who are Buddhists.
It depends on the specific definition you use, but in general: acids are proton donors (or electron acceptors), and bases are proton acceptors (or electron donors).