U.S. Senate Race: How Much Is Your Neighbor Giving?

Use the quick search form below for a donor-by-donor breakdown of campaign contributions in the U.S. Senate race in New York.

Donor information for New York's U.S. Senate candidates above has been updated as of the most recent campaign finance filing deadline, July 15, according to the Federal Election Commission.

Candidates who have not reported financial activity, do not appear in the searchable database. They include Colia Clark of the Green Party and Tim Sweet, an Independent-Republican.

Information does appear for , a Democrat, Scott Noren, an Independent, and Republicans Wendy Long, George Maragos and Bob Turner.

The next filing deadline is Oct. 15, according to the FEC. Patch will update this searchable database as soon as information becomes available.

North Fork Bob August 20, 2012 at 01:33 AM
Democrat you are a pompous fool. You think you're bright and it makes me laugh.The banks and major corporations are destroying the middle class and poor of this country. Every day they have more and we have less.They play divide and conquer and they fool you into going along with it.Obama and Congress are on the side of the elite.You can wave your Republican flag all you want but things aren't going to get any better.We have to get together as a people for fundamental change to occur.
Preliator August 20, 2012 at 02:22 AM
Oh go stuff your Occupy nonsense, we don't need fundamental change we need jobs and we are not going to get them under a clown like Obama. With Romney some people will have a chance to support themselves and their family rather than live on the dole the rest of their lives.
Goin' Commando August 20, 2012 at 03:33 AM
Aargh! Grumble, Grumble. You're all (fill in your favorite insulting adjective) (select your noun, press 1 for Democrats, or 2 for Republicans). (Anger)...(more anger)...(foaming at the mouth)..."this country is going to hell in a hand basket and only (press 1 for Obama, or 2 for Romney) can save us." Some people here need some serious tranquilizers and classes in anger management. But even more people here need to stop watching Fox or MSNBC, and nobody should listen to loud-mouthed buffoons on the radio. All of us also need to study and incorporate critical thinking.
PHD_IN_ECONOMICS August 21, 2012 at 01:40 AM
I agree mostly with Democrat, Bob please stop talking you are quite the Ignoramous, just like Gramps up above. You are clueless Bob, according to you banks and corporations are to blame for the problems of the nation? LMAO@ you!! Idiot!! You have 0 clue. Most people who vote for Obama (the socialist) are mindless and not very bright. Most of Obama's supporters are not well educated, are union workers, people who rely on gov't assistance, and people that are just brainwashed into blaming everyone but themselves. Bob you need to go open a few books and get educated on how the economy works b/c you have no clue at all.
PHD_IN_ECONOMICS August 21, 2012 at 01:44 AM
Hey BOBBY, go read about this if have more than a 1st grade reading level which is doubtful by the way you conduct yourself. Home Owner Affordability Act, enacted under BILL CLINTON (a democrat) you fool!!!!! If you'd like you can meet me and I'll give you a lesson in Finance & Economics b/c you sure need one. Columbia graduate here BOBBY and I make more per year than your house is worth buddy. I'm sure you are flipping burgers or sitting on your couch collecting those Obama checks cause you're too lazy to get a job like a normal person would.


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