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This presentation reveals 8 interest facts about Bank of America's political activity.

This presentation reveals 8 interest facts about Bank of America's political activity.

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    Bank of America's Political Contributions Bank of America's Political Contributions Presentation Transcript

    • Bank of America’s Political Donations Revealed
    • Total Political Donations Bank of America has spent a total of $26.3 million on political contributions since 1989 and $37.9 million on lobbying since 1998.
    • It Ranks 10th among all corporations
    • It generally tilts Republican Since 1989, Bank of America has given the GOP 57% of all political donations versus 41% to the Democratic Party.
    • Contributions have increased over time
    • 2012 Presidential Election Despite tilting heavily toward Barack Obama in 2008, Bank of America reversed itself in 2012 on the heels of heightened regulatory scrutiny.
    • Largest Senatorial Contributions (2012)
    • Largest House Contributions (2012)
    • # of politicians that own BAC Shares
    • The 1 stock Warren Buffett wishes he could own but can’t