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(This post was updated at 11:40 a.m. Friday include a donor I missed in my initial review of the report.)

This is the latest in a series of posts about 2nd quarter campaign fundraising in the 21st Congressional District.

U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, received $24,500 in contributions in the second quarter from health care and health insurance related political action committees, according to a report her campaign filed with the Federal Election Commission.

The breakdown is as follows:

Health Insurance companies –

  • National Association of Health Underwriters — $1,500
  • MVP Healthcare — $2,000
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield — $2,500, bringing total contributions this election cycle to $5,000

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Professional organizations –

  • American Occupational Therapy — $3,500, bringing total contributions this election cycle to $5,000
  • American Optometric Association — $5,000
  • Friends of Medical Research — $1,000
  • National Emergency Medicine — $1,500, bringing total contributions this election cycle to $2,500

Pharmaceutical and medical device industries —

  • National Community Pharmacists Association — $2,000
  • Cardinal Health — $2,000
  • AmeriisourceBergen — $1,000
  • Bayer U.S. — $500
  • Advanced Medical Technology — $1,000
  • Eli Lilly & Co. -- $1,000

Click here to read the most recent previous post in the series.

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