In the 2010 election cycle so far, Hedge Fund executives, managers and investors contributed more than $12.8 million to national and state party committees--the Democratic National Committee, the Republican National Committee, the Democratic Senatorial Committee, the National Republican Congressional Committee and so on--in chunks ranging from $10,000 to $30,400, a search of TransparencyData.com reveals.
The maximum amount an individual can give to a party committee in an election cycle is $30,400; OpenSecrets.org has a handy primer on the contribution limits here.
The full list of donors and recipients is below.
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