21 transactions on record as a donor.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
1National Right To Work CommitteeCommittee of One Million$40,0002012+
2National Right To Work CommitteeConservative Action League$318,0002012+
3National Right To Work CommitteeIndependent Women's Voice$25,0002012+
4National Right To Work CommitteeMichigan Alliance for Business Growth$500,0002012+
5National Right To Work CommitteeMichigan Freedom Fund$150,0002012+
6National Right To Work CommitteeMid-America Right to Work$565,2502012+
7National Right To Work CommitteeMontana Citizens For Right To Work$502,0002012+
8National Right To Work CommitteeNew England Citizens for Right to Work$152,1002012+
9National Right To Work CommitteeNew Hampshire Advantage Coalition$25,0002012+
10National Right To Work CommitteeConservative Action League$90,7902011+
11National Right To Work CommitteeMid-America Right to Work$205,4452011+
12National Right To Work CommitteeMontana Citizens For Right To Work$56,5002011+
13National Right To Work CommitteeNew England Citizens for Right to Work$177,3002011+
14National Right To Work CommitteeNew England Citizens for Right to Work$50,0002011+
15National Right To Work CommitteeConservative Action League$266,0002010+
16National Right To Work CommitteeMid-America Right to Work$679,0002010+
17National Right To Work CommitteeMontana Citizens For Right To Work$217,6002010+
18National Right To Work CommitteeNew England Citizens for Right to Work$102,5002010+
19National Right To Work CommitteeMid-America Right to Work$155,8252009+
20National Right To Work CommitteeMontana Citizens For Right To Work$80,0002009+
21National Right To Work CommitteeNew England Citizens for Right to Work$78,5002009+
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