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Here are the companies that give most to democrat and republican politicians and PACs

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From volunteering to joining public action committees, there are many ways to be politically active and support your political party. Where you spend your money, however, is one way many people tend to ignore. You may be surprised to find out that the companies you currently shop or bank from, support those who oppose your values.

Thanks to Goods Unite Us, a platform that empowers people to be smarter political consumers, the purchasing process is becoming more transparent than it’s ever been. Goods Unite Us hand-curated a database of the political affiliations of thousands of brands and companies, so you can determine where to spend your dollars and if those dollars will contribute to meaningful campaign finance reform.

Goods Unite Us has shared with us the top 5 companies that contribute to Democrat and Republican Politicians and Public Action Committees (PACs). See the reveal below.

Top 5 Democratic Companies

Saban Capital Group: Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, PAC for a Change, Bob Casey, Jon Tester, Missouri Democratic State Committee

Walt Disney: Senate Majority PAC, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, House Majority PAC, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, DNC

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP: DNC, Christopher Murphy, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Hakeem Jeffries, Kirsten Gillibrand

Apple: Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Doug Jones, JD Scholten, Marge Doyle, Jared Golden

Centerbridge Partners: Senate Majority PAC, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, DNC, ActBlue Non-Federal

Top 5 Republican Companies

Uline: Restoration PAC, Club for Growth Action, Solutions for Wisconsin, Americas PAC, CFG Action Wisconsin

Koch Industries: Freedom Partners Action Fund, Senate Leadership Fund, Congressional Leadership Fund, National Republican Senatorial Committee, National Republican Congressional Committee

Las Vegas Sands: Congressional Leadership Fund, Senate Leadership Fund, National Republican Congressional Committee, National Republican Senatorial Committee, RNC

Amway: RNC, Republican Party of Michigan, Congressional Leadership Fund, Outsider PAC, Huizenga Victory Fund

Pilot Flying J: Senate Leadership Fund, National Republican Congressional Committee, RNC, National Republican Senatorial Committee, Republican Party of Tennessee

If you’re interested to see where your spending aligns, Goods Unite Us is available on both iOS and Android for free. In minutes, you can find out which companies you frequent are using your money to fund politicians and their politics. From there, you can make the appropriate changes to your habits.

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