Bill Hagerty’s and Manny Sethi’s Political Contributions Since 2000 Are Extensive

 

U.S. Senate candidates Bill Hagerty and Manny Sethi have said much about each other’s political donations in recent weeks as they seek to prevail over the other in the upcoming Republican primary.

The Tennessee Star examined both candidate’s political donations at the state and federal levels since 2000. Members of the public may review the records for themselves at the Federal Election Commission’s website and at the Tennessee Online Campaign Finance website.

 

BILL HAGERTY’S DONATIONS

Hagel for Senate Committee (March 2000): $500

• Heather Wilson for Congress (October 2000): $1,0000

• Republican National Committee (October 2000): $1,000

Bush-Cheney 2000 Compliance Committee (November 2000): $1,000

• Gore 2000 (December 1999): $1,000

Heather Wilson for Congress (July 2004): $1,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (July 2004): $225

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (July 2004): $225

Republican National Committee (October 2004): $2,000

Volunteer PAC (November 2004): $500

Heather Wilson (November 2004): $1,000

• Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (February 2005):$250

Alexander for Senate 2008 Inc (August 2005): $2,100

• Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (January 2006):$250

Bob Corker for Senate (August 2006): $2,100

Bob Corker for Senate (August 2006): $2,100

Conservative Reform Agenda in Government (May 2006): $1,000

Romney for President, Inc. (January 2007): $200

Romney for President, Inc. (January 2007): $2,100

Bob Corker for Senate 2012 (February 2007): $2,300

The McConnell Majority Committee (February 2007): $5,000

McConnell Senate Committee 14 (February 2007): $2,300

McConnell Senate Committee 14 (February 2007): $2,300

Alexander for Senate 2008 (February 2007): $200

Alexander for Senate 2008 (February 2007): $2,300

National Republican Senatorial Committee (March 2007): $400

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2007): $5,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (October 2007):$1,000

 Romney for President, Inc. (January 2008): $2,300

Romney for President (February 2008): $2,300

Rock City PAC (March 2008): $5,000

Lankford for Congress Committee (March 2008): $1,000

Marsha Blackburn for Congress (March 2008): $500

• Tennessee Political Action Committee (May 2008): $5,000

Republican National Committee (June 2008): $28,500

Free and Strong America PAC, Inc. (June 2008): $5,000

Marsha Blackburn for Congress (June 2008): $100

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2008): $600

John McCain 2008 (June 2008): $2,300

McCain-Palin Compliance Fund, Inc. (June 2008): $2,300

McCain Victory 2008 (June 2008): $33,100

Marsha Blackburn for Congress, Inc. (July 2008): $100

• Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (August 2008):$5,000

Rock City PAC (April 2009): $5,0000

Friends of Roy Blunt (June 2009): $1,000

Marsha Blackburn for Congress (September 2009): $2,400

Robin Smith for Tennessee (September 2009): $2,400

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (November 2009):$3,000

Free and Strong America PAC (December 2009): $5,000

Kirkland for Congress (March 2010): $1,000

Free and Strong America PAC (March 2010): $5,000

Tenn Political Action Committee Inc. (March 2010): $5,000

Quayle for Congress (March 2010): $2,400

Quayle for Congress (March 2010): $2,400

Quayle for Congress (March 2010): $4,800

Diane Black for Congress (March 2010): $2,400

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (September 2010):$1,000

Marsha Blackburn for Congress (September 2010): $2,000

David Hall for Congress (October 2010): $1,000

Bob Corker for Senate 2012 (April 2011): $200

Bob Corker for Senate 2012 (April 2011): $2,300

Romney for Senate (May 2011): $2,500

Bob Corker for Senate 2012 (August 2011): $200

Olympia’s List (September 2011): $2,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election (October 2011): $3,000

Diane Black for Congress (October 2011): $2,500

Tennessee Political Action Committee (October 2011): $2,500

Quayle for Congress (December 2011): $2,500

Alexander for Senate (December 2011): $2,500

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (February 2012):$3,000

Romney for President Inc. (May 2012): $2,500

Republican National Committee (May 2012): $30,800

Romney Victory (May 2012): $50,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (May 2012): $350

Alexander for Senate 2014 (June 2012): $2,500

Massachusetts Republican Party (July 2012): $4,175

Idaho Republican Party (July 2012): $4,175

Vermont Republican Federal Elections Committee (July 2012): $4,175

Oklahoma Leadership Council (July 2012): $4,175

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account ( February 2013):$3,000

Diane Black for Congress (September 2013): $5,000

Diane Black for Congress (September 2013): $2,400

Ratcliffe for Congress (December 2013): $1,000

Marsha Blackburn for Congress (December 2013): $1,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (February 2014):$3,000

Ratcliffe for Congress (April 2014): $1,000

Perdue for Senate (October 2014): $1,000

Perdue for Senate (October 2014): $1,000

Republican National Committee (April 2015): $33,400

HealthCare Freedom Fund (May 2015): $2,500

Jeb 2016 (June 2015): $2,700

Republican National Committee (January 2016): $1,600

Republican National Committee (January 2016): $33,400

Marco Rubio for President (February 2016): $2,700

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2016): $3,000

Tennessee Political Action Committee, Inc. (September 2015): $5,000

Republican National Committee (May 2016): $5,000

Kustoff for Congress (May 2016): $1,000

Friends of John McCain, Inc. (June 2016): $5,400

Trump Victory (September 2016): $2,700

Donald Trump for President Inc. (September 2016): $2,700

• Team Hagerty (September 2019): $2,800

• Team Hagerty (September 2019): $2,800

Bill Lee (November 2019): $1,050

House Republican Caucus (November 2019): $2,500

Williamson County Republican Party (November 2019): $210

 

MANNY SETHI’S DONATIONS

• Congressional Candidate Tom Perriello (D-VA) through ActBlue (April 2008): $50

American Medical Association Political Action Committee (October 2008): $20.83

American Medical Association Political Action Committee (November 2008): $20.83

American Medical Association Political Action Committee (December 2008): $20.87

RickPerry.Org Inc (September 2011): $1,000

Bob Corker for Senate (March 2012): $250

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (November 2013):$500

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (November 2014):$1,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2015): $500

Grant Starrett for Congress (November 2015): $500

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (May 2016): $10,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (July 2017): $5,000

• Political Action Committee of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (July 2016): $250

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (July 2017): $5,000

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2018): $2,750

• Political Action Committee of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (January 2019): $250

Tennessee Republican Party Federal Election Account (June 2019): $2,500

Donald J. Trump for President (September 2019): $1,041.98

• Trump Victory (September 2019): $1,041.98

• Brent Moody (October 2017): $500

Randy Boyd (November 2017): $4,000

Bill Lee (January 2018): $1,000

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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star. Follow Chris on Facebook. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Bill Hagerty” by Bill Hagerty. Photo “Manny Sethi” by Manny Sethi.

 

 

 

 

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5 Thoughts to “Bill Hagerty’s and Manny Sethi’s Political Contributions Since 2000 Are Extensive”

  1. Dave Vance

    Hagerty is a swamp funder! One more reason not to vote for him.

  2. Alex Otto

    Who has more money? Hagerty
    Who contributed more? Hagerty
    Who had more contributions to political cronies? Hagerty
    Manny has only one true cronie, Hagerty has many.

  3. Trevor

    Sorry Bill, As a business minded individual where you put your money is where your values are! A lot of your contributions are to RINOs, Bob Corker, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell! If elected will you pledge not to support Mitch for leader? You have made a lot of contributions to him. We need a new generation of leaders in the US senate. By looking at your contributions, it appears you are totally committed to the RINO establishment! Dr Manny offers diversity and generational change. The country is going through changes and we need new leaders to change with it. Bill where are you on the RINO establishment and change?

    1. Lewis

      I’ll ignore the rest of the comment, but “Mitch McConnell is a RINO” might be the stupidest thing I’ve ever read. Every single thing Republicans have accomplished in recent years, and every bad thing that’s been stopped, has been because of McConnell.

  4. Kevin

    Looks like Hagerty has a very long history of buying influence in the swamp!

    Every time I see the names McCain and Romney, all I can think of is how medical insurance costs have gone through the roof, thanks to Obamacare, which they both played a large part in allowing to happen! And Hagerty supported them on many occasions? No thank you, I’ll be voting for Manny!

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