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Romney: No. 1: Sheldon Adelson, 79, owner of the Las Vegas Sands casino empire.
Total: $34.2 million No. 2: Bob J. Perry, 80, head of a Houston real estate empire worth an estimated $650 million.
Total: $17.3 million No. 3: Harold Simmons, 81, owner of Contran Corp., a Dallas-based conglomerate worth an estimated $9 billion that specializes in metals and chemical production and waste management.
Total: $16.5 million No. 4: Robert Rowling, 58, head of Dallas-based TRT Holdings.
Total: $4.1 million No. 5: William Koch, 72, an industrialist whose South Florida-based energy and mining conglomerate is worth an estimated $4 billion.
Total: $4 million
Obama No. 1: Jeffrey Katzenberg, 61, Hollywood film producer and chief executive of DreamWorks Animation.
Total: US$2.566 million No. 2: Irwin Jacobs, 78, the founder and former chairman of Qualcomm.
Total: US$2.122 million No. 3 (tie): Fred Eychaner, founder of Chicago-based alternative-newspaper publisher Newsweb Corp.
Total: US$2.066 million No. 3 (tie): Jon Stryker, 54, a Michigan philanthropist.
Total: US$2.066 million No. 5: Steve Mostyn, 41, a Houston-based personal injury attorney.
Total: US$2.003 million
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Looks like the donations distribution as a whole. Obama has it more spread out over a much larger base than Romney. It could hurt Romney in the final stretch in battleground states if he can't muster-up the ground troops- unless of course, that doesn't matter anymore. I think it will in Ohio. Mitt won't be able to get Sheldon to make phone calls or stand on an intersection in Dayton holding a sign.
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2 million or the 3.1 million supporters of Obama have given $25 or less in aggregate, the campaign reports. More than 1.4 million have given more than once this election cycle.
Through June, the Obama campaign raised 39 percent of its total funds from donors who gave $200 or less in aggregate, according to the an analysis of Federal Election Commission data by the nonpartisan Campaign Finance Institute. Romney raised 15 percent of his funds from the same class of small-dollar donors.
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