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National Map of Donors to Restore Our Future, the Mitt Romney Super PAC

Anxious to know who’s been contributing a quarter million, a half million, an even million or more to Restore Our Future, the Super PAC sweeping up unlimited donations to the Mitt Romney campaign?

For raw data, visit this web page at the Federal Election Commission. The scale of big money flowing from a small number of people is overwhelming.

To get a idea of where the big money’s coming from, zoom into the map below (bigger version available at BatchGeo):

View Restore Our Future Mitt Romney Super PAC Donor Map in a full screen map

1 comment to National Map of Donors to Restore Our Future, the Mitt Romney Super PAC

  • Tom

    Geez – can’t believe i actually knew one of these guys! i can’t say i blame these people for wanting someone other than Obama (who’s been, believe it or not, WORSE than Bush!). It’s not going to matter which corporate clown/puppet is elected anyway – we’re in for the worst of times going forward: more foreclosures, more war for scarce resources, more austerity for the masses, worsening environmental problems with the unwinding of the financial disaster that is the banking cartel, not to mention the continued deteriorating quality of life.

    In other news (just a gentle reminder that the Gulf spill hasn’t been cleaned up and things just keep getting worse):
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2125472/Tar-balls-Deepwater-Horizon-disaster-deadly-bacteria.html
    “After the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico clumps of oil called tar balls began washing up on beaches and it was thought there were harmless.
    Now new research from Auburn University in Alabama has shown that tar balls are actually reservoirs for a multitude of bacteria – including one pathogen that can cause life-threatening illness.
    It’s called Vibrio vulnificus, a naturally occurring bacterium that thrives in warm seawater.
    Exposure to it through a wound can lead to tissue-killing, potentially fatal infections, according to lead researcher Cova Arias, who has warned that this has ‘clear public health implications’. ”
    (there’s more)

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