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We will do our best to avoid purchasing items or procuring services from your companies. After the shutdown is ended and debt ceiling is increased, we will reevaluate your companies based on their behavior through this period.

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Contributor and Amount Given to Republicans in 2012*

Goldman Sachs

$5,146,066

Bank of America

$3,258,260

JPMorgan Chase & Co

$2,774,062

Koch Industries

$2,688,349

AT&T Inc

$2,646,356

Morgan Stanley

$2,590,684

Wells Fargo

$2,490,821

Exxon Mobil

$2,449,726

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

$2,307,700

Honeywell International

$2,131,597

National Beer Wholesalers Assn

$2,096,241

General Electric

$2,039,468

Verizon Communications

$1,750,835  

Credit Suisse Group

$1,708,990

United Parcel Service

$1,514,696

New York Life Insurance

$1,496,762

Credit Union National Assn

$1,472,473

Citigroup Inc

$1,448,062

UBS AG

$1,424,464

Chevron Corp

$1,162,649

*Amount given to Republicans in 2012 excludes money donated to outside spending groups, third party candidates, and PACs for all of these companies more than 50 percent given (excluding these groups) was to Republicans. Data from Opensecrets.org.

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Veena Trehan is a DC-based journalist and activist. She has written for NPR, Reuters, Bloomberg News, and local papers.

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We can't all avoid these companies entirely, but w... by Veena Trehan on Friday, Oct 4, 2013 at 10:16:33 PM
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Thank you for this list, Veena Trehan...and the li... by Daniel Penisten on Monday, Oct 7, 2013 at 11:07:12 PM