Interactive: Santorum’s special interests

Rick Santorum, a self-proclaimed foe of special interests, was a reliable ally of Big Tobacco, Big Pharma, telecoms and banks during his 16-year legislative career. The Pennsylvanian collected $11 million from PACs from 1991 to 2007.

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AT&T: at least $98,603
At least $98,603
Altria: at least $96,500
At least $96,500
Bank of America: at least $92,250
At least $92,250
PNC: at least $87,805
At least $87,805
JPMorgan Chase: at least $76,000
At least $76,000
Verizon: at least $75,165
At least $75,165
Wells Fargo: at least $73,050
At least $73,050
Bank of New York Mellon: at least $69,374
At least $69,374
GlaxoSmithKline: at least $68,305
At least $68,305
Exelon: at least $67,589
At least $67,589

Source: Center for Public Integrity analysis of federal contribution data from CQ MoneyLine (1990 cycle to end of 2011).