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“Kamala Harris, with $68,000 in individual donations, was the top recipient of donations for presidential candidates this quarter from employees of Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter, according to data from GovPredict”
“…That's the finding of a study by GovPredict, a startup backed by the prestigious Silicon Valley tech incubator Y Combinator.”
“These figures came to light today as part of a series of funding exposes being published by GovPredict, a nonpartisan political data analysis firm backed by Y Combinator.”
“GovPredict had to sift through 233 different variants of Alphabet’s many holdings, “including ‘Google Ventures,’ ‘Nest Labs,’ ‘Nest at Google,’ ‘Verily (Google Life Sciences),’ and the like,”
“One of the most effective product marketing emails came from GovPredict carrying the endorsement for their software from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).”
“True, the public discourse is growing ever coarser — as an analytics firm called GovPredict confirmed with a recent report called ‘Potty-Mouthed Politicians.’”
“The amounts were split fairly evenly between the parties, according to data compiled by Washington-based GovPredict, a nonpartisan political research firm.”
Employees at Google’s parent company, Alphabet, have donated $15.5 million to Democratic candidates and causes since 2004, compared with just $1.6 million to Republicans, according to a recent study from GovPredict.
The data, compiled and analyzed by GovPredict based on public campaign and tax records, found that about 1,500 of Starbucks' 230,000 employees as of last year have contributed.