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3 questions really? 1) why is it that every Senator who voted against Net Neutrality also received money from ISPs, including Rand Paul? 2) why would a Libertarian vote against open markets in internet services? 3) why would the Libertarian cave in for so little cash (about a dime for every dollar McConnell got? Folks, it really is about stopping the flow of corporate money to influence lawmakers. We need campaign finance reform.

Blunt (R-MO) — $1,283,416
McConnell (R-KY) — $1,119,163
Thune (R-SD) — $928,428
Burr (R-NC) — $733,127
Grassley (R-IA) — $727,219
Wicker (R-MS) — $724,850
Hatch (R-UT) — $677,830
Cornyn (R-TX) — $622,125
Isakson (R-GA) — $532,461
Gardner (R-CO) — $523,378
Cochran (R-MS) — $516,280
Graham (R-SC) — $485,442
Roberts (R-KS) — $463,350
Shelby (R-AL) — $443,610
Toomey (R-PA) — $442,778
Heller (R-NV) — $440,750
Moran (R-KS) — $425,850
Portman (R-OH) — $421,058
Rubio (R-FL) — $391,679
Fischer (R-NE) — $381,550
Cruz (R-TX) — $322,505
Barrasso (R-WY) — $311,200
Crapo (R-ID) — $304,559
Alexander (R-TN) — $292,268
Scott (R-SC) — $275,049
Flake (R-AZ) — $268,500
Lee (R-UT) — $256,250
Johnson (R-WI) — $242,730
Inhofe (R-OK) — $231,659
Boozman (R-AR) — $228,050
Enzi (R-WY) — $209,396
Corker (R-TN) — $192,325
Daines (R-MT) — $189,800
Cotton (R-AR) — $177,660
Capito (R-WV) — $171,699
Cassidy (R-LA) — $163,999
Perdue (R-GA) — $133,450
Tillis (R-NC) — $124,700
Sullivan (R-AK) — $123,650
Rounds (R-SD) — $120,898
Young (R-IN) — $118,650
Lankford (R-OK) — $116,550
Paul (R-KY) — $116,278
Hoeven (R-ND) — $108,520
Sasse (R-NE) — $75,950
Risch (R-ID) — $59,750
Ernst (R-IA) — $44,500