(Washington Times) Bain Capital, Mitt Romney's former firm, was the top employer among donors to the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) in September, underscoring the extent to which Mr. Romney's associates in the financial sector are financing not just his presidential bid, but the gamut of Republican activities.
The NRCC raised $12 million last month, one-third of which came from corporate PACs and $1 million of which came from small donors giving $200 or less. The rest came from people giving up to $35,000 each to the party committee, including $4.5 million that was raised through a partnership with the Romney presidential campaign, Romney Victory.
Nearly $200,000 came from employees of Bain Capital, far more than any other group. Five executives with W.L. Wilson Mining Exploration giving $60,000 ranked second, filings showed Tuesday.
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