Fab 5

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By May, five candidates in 2016 races for seats in Congress had already reported to the Federal Election Commission receiving twice as much (or more) in campaign contributions from the securities and investment industries as from any other. The top two recipients, in fact, are running in their first elections. These are not the kinds of candidates who will give us a BRAND NEW CONGRESS.

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  1. 1. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics) http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2016/06/wall-streets-fab-five-the-house- candidates-most-dependent-on-the-finance-industry/ Ro Khanna CA 17th David Jolly FL Senate Seth Moulton MA 6th Andrew Heaney NY 19th Scott Garrett NJ 5th
  2. 2. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics)
  3. 3. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics)
  4. 4. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics)
  5. 5. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics)
  6. 6. Wall Street’s 2016 early picks (Contributions from securities & investment industry per FEC reports as of May, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics)

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