Total national contributions and soft-money donations — unregulated giving to political parties — by Global Crossing and its executives for the past three election cycles:
2002 — $724,270, $654,104.
2000 — $2.8 million, $2.1 million.
1998 — $33,750, $25,000.
Leading congressional recipients of Global Crossing contributions since 1997 and the amount received:
John McCain, R-Ariz., $31,000
Conrad Burns, R-Mont., $30,750
Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., $24,000
Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., $20,000
John Kerry, D-Mass., $20,000
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
Edward Markey, D-Mass., $12,500
Harold Ford, D-Tenn., $10,250
Thomas Reynolds, R-N.Y., $8,000
Henry Waxman, D-Calif., $8,000
Jane Harman, D-Calif., $5,000
Global Crossing Ltd. and its executives have given about $350,000 in political contributions since 1999 to California propositions, candidates and elected officials. The leading recipients are:
Gov. Gray Davis, Democrat, $145,000
Propositions 12 and 13: Clean, Safe, Reliable Water, $100,000
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, $29,222.78
The Hispanic Republican Caucus, $25,000
California Republican Party, $20,000
Democratic National Committee, $19,196
Secretary of State Bill Jones, Republican, $5,000
Sources: Center for Responsive Politics, Federal Election Commission (federal contributions); California Secretary of State's Office (state contributions).