Enron Top Brass Accused of Dumping Stock Were Big Political Donors

Number 19452
Subject Campaign Finance
Source Center for Public Integrity
State Washington, D.C.
Year 2002
Publication Date January 9, 2002
Summary The Center for Public Integrity deals with the extensive record of campaign giving by the top directors and executives at Enron. They found that 24 of the company's directors and executives contributed $800,000 to the Bush campaign, members of Congress and others overseeing investigations of the company from 1999-2001. "Perhaps the most important revelation was that former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay had donated $25,000 to Attorney General John Ashcroft when Ashcroft ran for U.S. Senate."
Category
Pages 33
Keywords Enron;campaign finance;online;CD;Enron's big political donors
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