July 2022: Major Companies And Trade Groups Donated At Least $731,000 To The Sedition Caucus.


In July 2022, Fortune 500 Companies And Corporate Trade Groups, Such As Eli Lilly, Wells Fargo, And The American Bankers Association Gave At Least $731,906 To The Members Of Congress Who Voted Against Certifying the 2020 Election Results Following the Insurrection on January 6th, 2021—A Group That Has Been Dubbed The “Sedition Caucus.”


July 2022: Fortune 500 Companies And Corporate Trade Groups Contributed At Least $731,906 To The Sedition Caucus. [Accountable.US, Corporate Donations Tracker, accessed 8/25/22]


Donor Total Amount
American Bankers Association PAC (BANKPAC) $36,000
Regions Financial $29,000
National Multifamily Housing Council Political Action Committee $28,000
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Political Action Committee (NCBA-PAC) $27,500
Eli Lilly $26,500
Wells Fargo $24,500
National Association of Convenience Stores Political Action Committee $22,500
Altria Group $22,500
CULAC The PAC of Credit Union National Association $21,000
Raytheon Technologies $21,000
National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association ROCKPAC $17,500
American Society of Anesthesiologists Political Action Committee (ASA PAC) $17,500
USA Rice Federation PAC $15,500
Home Depot $15,000
Leidos Holdings $14,000
International Franchise Association Franchising Political Action Committee Inc $13,500
Community Health Systems $12,500
Pfizer $11,000
National Corn Growers Association PAC (CORNPAC) $11,000
DaVita $10,500
Corning $10,000
New York Life Insurance $10,000
Northwestern Mutual $10,000
Sempra Energy $9,000
American Financial Services Association PAC $9,000
Burger King Franchisee PAC $9,000
National Electrical Contractors Association Political Action Committee (NECAPAC) $8,500
UPS $8,500
National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc. Political Action Committee (NSSF PAC) $8,406
Molina Healthcare $8,000
Marathon Petroleum $7,500
Energy Marketers of America Small Business Committee PAC (EMA SBS PAC) $7,500
USAA $7,500
American Beverage Association Political Action Committee (A.K.A American Beverage PAC) $7,500
McKesson $7,500
HollyFrontier $7,500
Williams $7,500
Union Pacific $6,500
Finseca PAC $6,500
National Council of Farmer Cooperatives Co-Op / PAC $6,000
General Dynamics $6,000
Florida Sugar Cane League PAC $6,000
NextEra Energy $6,000
Xcel Energy $6,000
National Propane Gas Association Political Action Committee $5,500
National Roofing Contractors Association Roof PAC $5,500
Principal Financial $5,000
Food Marketplace Inc. Political Action Committee FMI Foodpac $5,000
Employee-Owned S Corporations of America PAC (ESCA PAC) $5,000
Merck $5,000
American Resort Development Association Resort Owners Coalition PAC (ARDA-ROC PAC) $5,000
Travelers $5,000
DISH Network $5,000
National Confectioners Association of The United States, Inc. Political Action Committee (Candy PAC) $5,000
Deere $5,000
Motorola Solutions $4,500
Trucking Political Action Committee of The American Trucking Associations Inc. $4,500
American Seniors Housing Association (Seniors Housing PAC) $4,000
National Thoroughbred Racing Association Political Action Committee/Horse PAC $3,500
Jacobs Engineering Group $3,500
American Electric Power $3,500
FedEx $3,500
Appraisal Institute PAC (AI PAC) $3,500
Synchrony Financial $3,000
American Pilots’ Association Political Action Committee $3,000
Dominion Energy $3,000
Honeywell International $3,000
Rain And Hail Insurance Society Political Action Committee $3,000
Laboratory Corp. of America $2,500
Bristol-Myers Squibb $2,500
State Farm Insurance $2,500
Oshkosh $2,500
Florida Citrus Mutual Political Action Committee $2,500
Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America PAC $2,500
First American Financial $2,500
American Staffing Association Staffing PAC $2,500
American Fuels And Petrochemical Manufacturers Association Political Action Committee (AFPMPAC) $2,500
Portland Cement Association Inc. (Cement PAC) $2,000
American Council of Life Insurers Political Action Committee $2,000
LKQ $2,000
Natural Products Association Political Action Committee $2,000
Enterprise Products Partners $2,000
Nuclear Energy Institute Federal Political Action Committee $2,000
KeyCorp $1,500
CMS Energy $1,500
American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association PAC $1,500
Sysco $1,000
Unum Group $1,000
Western Peanut Growers Association, Inc. Political Action Committee $1,000
Polaris $1,000
Boeing $1,000
Retail Industry Leaders Association Political Action Committee A.K.A Retail Leaders PAC $1,000
Centene $1,000
MetLife $1,000
American Bus Association Political Action Committee $1,000
Total: $731,906

[Accountable.US, Corporate Donations Tracker, accessed 8/25/22]


The “Sedition Caucus” Is Made Up Of The “147 GOP Lawmakers Who Voted Against Certifying The 2020 Election Result” After The Insurrection. “After a pro-Trump mob stormed the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, many companies scrambled to cut ties with the 147 GOP lawmakers who voted against certifying the 2020 election result. Dozens of companies including Walmart, Amazon, Morgan Stanley, and AT&T said they would stop donating to these 147 Republican lawmakers – a group dubbed the Sedition Caucus by political opponents.” [Business Insider, 1/15/22]


And That Includes $5,000 From Travelers, Their First Donation To The Sedition Caucus Since The Insurrection.

[Accountable.US, Corporate Donations Tracker, accessed 8/25/22]


Since The Insurrection, The Sedition Caucus Has Raked In Over $24.9 Million From Major Companies And Trade Groups.


Since The Insurrection, Major Corporations And Trade Groups Have Contributed At Least $24,930,222 To The Sedition Caucus.


Since The Insurrection, Fortune 500 Corporations And Corporate Trade Groups Have Contributed At Least $24,930,222 To The Sedition Caucus. Since the insurrection, Fortune 500 companies and corporate trade groups have contributed at least $24,930,222 to the Sedition Caucus. [Accountable.US, Corporate Donations Tracker, accessed 8/25/22]


Since The Insurrection, The Top Five Contribution Recipients Have Received $3,135,000 From Major Corporations And Trade Groups.

[Accountable.US, Corporate Donations Tracker, accessed 8/29/22]

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