The corporations trying to save Kevin McCarthy and the insurrection caucus.

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Source: CAP Action Analysis
  • Ford. $2,500 directly to McCarthy’s campaign in April after making this initial statement in January:
  • CSX. $5,000 to McCarthy’s leadership PAC in April and $15,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • NetJets. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Polaris Industries. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Copart Inc. $10,000 to McCarthy’s campaign committee in April and another $5,000 to his leadership PAC in March.
  • Intel. $15,000 to the NRCC in April after making this initial statement in January:
  • Oracle. $3,750 to the NRCC after making this initial statement in January:
  • iHeartMedia (Clear Channel). $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • T-Mobile. $15,000 to the NRCC in February after releasing this statement in January:
  • Cigna. $15,000 to the NRCC in February after making this statement in January:
  • U.S. Bank. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • Carlyle Investment Management. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. $5,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • Compass Bancshares. $15,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • Navient. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • Johnson & Johnson. $15,000 to the NRCC in April after initially pausing all political contributions.
  • Merck. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Walmart. $30,000 to the NRCC in April after making this statement in January:
  • Huntington-Ingalls. $15,000 to the NRCC in March after initially saying in January:
  • BWX. $15,000 to the NRCC in March and nearly $10,000 directly to the campaigns of the147 election objectors combined this cycle thus far.
  • Cubic Corp. $5,000 to the NRCC in March and a combined $26,500 directly to the campaigns of the 147 election objectors.
  • General Atomics. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • PG&E. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Duke Energy. $15,000 to the NRCC in April after releasing this statement in January:
  • Xcel Energy. $15,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • Keyspan Energy. $5,000 to the NRCC in January.
  • NextEra Energy. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • General Electric. $15,000 to the NRCC in April after releasing this statement in January:
  • Arnold & Porter. $15,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • K&L Gates. $5,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Van Scoyoc Associates. $5,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Dykema Gossett. $5,000 in March.
  • Brownstein, Hyatt, & Farber. $15,000 in March.
  • Salem Communications Corp. $5,000 to McCarthy’s leadership PAC in April.
  • Molina Healthcare. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Baxter Healthcare. $5,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • Health Care Service Corporation. $15,000 to the NRCC in April.
  • Fresenius Medical Care. $5,000 to McCarthy’s leadership PAC in April and $15,000 to the NRCC in February.
  • Alliance Coal. $15,000 to the NRCC in March.
  • Statewide Minerals Company. $5,000 to McCarthy’s leadership PAC in April, $14,200 to the NRCC in March, and $2,900 directly to McCarthy’s campaign in March.
  • Chevron. $10,000 to McCarthy’s campaign in May after releasing this statement in January:
  • Wynn Resorts. $5,000 to NRCC in January.
  • Altria. $15,000 to the NRCC in April after releasing this statement in January:
  • Dow Chemical. $5,000 to NRCC in March after the its CEO paused contributions to election objectors saying this to employees in an internal memo:

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