Wal-Mart favors a more Republican approach

Top earners in the United States as ranked by Forbes were also, not coincidentally, top contributors to political campaigns during this year’s midterm elections, according to a study by Follow the Money.

In our neck of the woods, Wal-Mart and the Waltons together displayed an obvious Republican favoring by donating $4.9 million as a company and $1.9 million by individual members candidates and causes on the right. A massive 76 percent of the contribution ($3.7 million) went into Republican pockets, while only 20 percent ($967,070) went to fund Democratic efforts.

Read the full report.

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