This is the latest in a series of posts about 2nd quarter campaign contributions in the 21st Congressional District.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, received $16,000 in contributions from banking, finance, and life, disability, property and casualty insurance industry political action committees in the second quarter, according to a report her campaign filed with the Federal Election Commission.
The break down is as follows:
- Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers — $5,500
- Mutual of Omaha — $1,000
- Transamerica Corp. — $1,000
- TIAA-CREF — $1,000, bringing total contributions this election cycle to $6,000
- Keycorp Advocates — $1,000
- National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies — $2,500
- Nationwide Mutual Insurance — $2,500
- The Financial Services Roundtable — $1,000
- American Council of Life Insurers — $500
This post does not include health insurance company donations, which are reported here.
Click here to read the most recent previous post in the series.