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THE KOCH BROTHERS
The owners of the largest private company in the United States have a history of giving millions of dollars in political donations. Between 2005 and 2009, brothers David and Charles Koch and Koch Industries gave $2.6 million in direct political contributions, with 81 percent of that going to Republican campaigns.

In the last major election, the 2012 presidential race, Koch PACs spent $4.9 million in disclosed contributions according to figures provided at KochPAC. But they also spent over $407 million on undisclosed campaign entities, not shown in their fiscal reporting. (see link on right)

Republic Report broke down the figures for the last election and found that Koch groups alone spent more than double the combined political spending (including to undisclosed group) for the top ten unions combined. That includes union spending on dark money Democratic groups and Koch spending on dark money groups like Americans for Prosperity.

This undisclosed campaign system is nothing new for the Koch brothers. In 1995 and 1996, Koch set up a shell company called Triad Management to spend millions in secret money to help the Republican Party. Of course, this type of spending never shows up in databases: All NRLB-regulated unions, on the other hand, disclose every outside payment. Payments that cannot be found through the FEC can be found on a database maintained by the Labor Department. Individuals and corporations are under no such similar disclosure rules. The Koch money identified recently by The Washington Post, the $407 million, relates only to money filtered through foundations and nonprofits. The money Koch spends as a corporate entity, as it has in the past, may have gone unreported.

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