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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.
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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.