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In 2012, Griffin and his wife, Anne, gave 0,000 to Restore Our Future, Mitt Romney’s super PAC, and 0,000 to American Crossroads, founded by Republican strategists Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove.Last week, Griffin, who is worth a whopping .0 billion, pledged “several million dollars” to Rubio’s super PAC, which can accept unlimited contributions. Ronald Lauder Number 182 in Forbes’s “real time” richest list, Lauder is the founder of Manhattan’s Neue Galerie and a massive art collector—his 4,000 works are worth

In 2012, Griffin and his wife, Anne, gave $150,000 to Restore Our Future, Mitt Romney’s super PAC, and $300,000 to American Crossroads, founded by Republican strategists Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove.Last week, Griffin, who is worth a whopping $6.0 billion, pledged “several million dollars” to Rubio’s super PAC, which can accept unlimited contributions. Ronald Lauder Number 182 in Forbes’s “real time” richest list, Lauder is the founder of Manhattan’s Neue Galerie and a massive art collector—his 4,000 works are worth $1 billion plus.However, he gave nearly twice as much to Republicans as Democrats during the 2014 congressional election cycle. Donald Marron The CEO of the private equity firm Lightyear Capital and President Emeritus of Mo MA, Marron served on the Bush-Cheney ‘04 campaign committee, the Mc Cain-Palin Victory committee and on the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

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In 2012, Griffin and his wife, Anne, gave $150,000 to Restore Our Future, Mitt Romney’s super PAC, and $300,000 to American Crossroads, founded by Republican strategists Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove.

billion plus.However, he gave nearly twice as much to Republicans as Democrats during the 2014 congressional election cycle. Donald Marron The CEO of the private equity firm Lightyear Capital and President Emeritus of Mo MA, Marron served on the Bush-Cheney ‘04 campaign committee, the Mc Cain-Palin Victory committee and on the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

Despite his own liberal views on social issues, his victory would have swelled Republican congressional ranks at a time when convicted felons Dennis Hastert and Tom De Lay served, respectively, as Speaker of the House and Majority Leader.

UPDATE: In response to our article, Peter Hort told artnet News that he hasn’t raised any money for a Republican in ten years, and that he volunteered for and organized fundraisers for Obama in 2008.

While he did once run for office as a Republican, one of the main planks of his platform was that teacher salaries should be exempt from federal tax. Henry Kravis A longtime supporter of the Republican Party, Kravis is such an important collector that he has a wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art named after him (additionally, his wife Marie-Josée is president of the Museum of Modern Art’s board of trustees).

A supporter of both Bush presidents, Kravis apparently wants a third Bush in the White House.

Larry Ellison The ex-CEO of Oracle and the third wealthiest person in America, Ellison collects Japanese art and European modernism, but is also a big fan of anti-regulatory politicians, among them Marco Rubio.

In August, the wealthy environmentalist wrote the Florida Senator a million check, despite Rubio being a climate-change denier.

The Reagan administration’s ambassador to Austria and failed candidate for mayor of New York, Lauder has also worked hard to fight Warren Buffet and Bill Gates’ effort to reduce tax shelters and preferences for the rich.

says that the tax strategies he regularly avails himself off “typify advantages for the wealthy.” 4.

Over several decades, he turned some 0 million of that into art, making him the world’s 7th richest art collector.

But Braman is also Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio’s main sugar daddy.

According to , Phaidon, and the internet startup artspace, he also serves on the boards of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Asia Society and the Museum of Modern Art. Harlan Crow The Texas-based real estate developer and conservative philanthropist owns works by Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Winston Churchill and several paintings by that other great artist-statesman, Adolf Hitler.