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Michael Brune   8.70% (2)
Steve Scalise   8.70% (2)
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Henry Waxman   8.70% (2)
Warren Buffett   8.70% (2)
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Marvin Fertel   8.70% (2)
Dave Heineman   8.70% (2)
Jack Gerard   8.70% (2)
Mike Duncan   8.70% (2)
Larry Schweiger   8.70% (2)
Jean Williams   8.70% (2)
Tom Kiernan   8.70% (2)
Shawn Howard   8.70% (2)
Martin O'Malley   8.70% (2)
John Thune   8.70% (2)
Steven Chu   8.70% (2)
Ken Salazar   8.70% (2)
Mary Landrieu   8.70% (2)
Dick Durbin   8.70% (2)
Peter Kinnear   4.35% (1)
John Shimkus   4.35% (1)
Kang Sheng Kou   4.35% (1)
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