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I'm not going to run for president, period. End of story.

— Despite MIchael Bloomberg's 2010 statement, he's now considering a run in 2016

Just a Billionaire Looking to Buy America

If he could, Michael Bloomberg would simply buy America. Short of that, he’s trying to buy his way to victory in elections across the country. Over the past four years he’s spent upwards of $70 million to boost his chosen candidates and pet causes, including gun control. He debuted Independence USA PAC in 2012 and Everytown for Gun Safety in 2014. As for whether he intends to run for political office again or not, the jury’s still out: He commissioned a secret poll to find out whether he’d be a viable presidential candidate in 2016.

The High Price Of Politics

$72 Million

$72 Million

The total spent in political contributions over the past four years.

25 States

25 States

He supported candidates and campaigns in more than two dozen different states.

13 Candidates

13 Candidates

Received more than $1 million from Bloomberg PACs — one of them twice.

BLOOMBERG'S WEB OF MONEY

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New York Times  

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Bloomberg, Sensing an Opening, Revisits a Potential White House Run external link

Michael R. Bloomberg has instructed advisers to draw up plans for a potential independent campaign in this year’s presidential race.

Bloomberg Can't Quite Give Up His Presidential Dreams

The Atlantic  

Monday, January 11, 2016

Bloomberg Can't Quite Give Up His Presidential Dreams external link

Michael Bloomberg—or someone working on Michael Bloomberg’s behalf—has been polling on the former New York mayor’s chances as ...

Washington Examiner  

Monday, November 9, 2015

Washington Examiner: Bloomberg targets states suing over climate rules external link

Billionaire media mogul Michael Bloomberg will begin shelling out millions of dollars to counter the 26 states suing the Obama administration over its climate rules, and Democrats aren’t immune. Bloomberg advisers said Friday that the ...

New York Times  

Friday, November 6, 2015

Bloomberg Targets Attorneys General With Ads on Carbon Emissions external link

Former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York City said this week that he would run millions of dollars in political television ads against four state attorneys general who are suing the Obama administration over regulations on ...

Politico  

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Michael Bloomberg's war on coal external link

His $30 million pledge to the Sierra Club cements his role as a major foe of the fuel. Before Michael Bloomberg would commit tens of millions of dollars to the Sierra Club’s campaign to shut ...

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Bloomberg PAC highlights gun control in Connecticut, Maryland

Gun control supporting candidates facing tight races for governor in Connecticut and Maryland are the beneficiaries of a last-minute ad buy from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Former NY City mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending millions in an attempt to save faltering gubernatorial candidates in CT and MD

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Former NY City mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending millions in an attempt to save faltering gubernatorial candidates in CT and MD

Former NY City mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending millions in an attempt to save faltering gubernatorial candidates in CT ...

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Former NY City mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending millions in an attempt to save faltering gubernatorial candidates in CT and MD

Former NY City mayor Michael Bloomberg is spending millions in an attempt to save faltering gubernatorial candidates in CT and MD who might not otherwise be in tight races but for their extremist anti-gun positions.

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Friday, August 15, 2014

Bloomberg Defeated by Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke

In recent weeks, Michael Bloomberg’s campaign against gun rights have continued without abatement, as the New York City billionaire aimed his checkbook at Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, a strong supporter of the right of ...

Wall Street Journal  

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Victory by pro-gun sheriff underscores the limits of Bloomberg’s clout external link

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have wanted him out of a job, but Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. still managed to pull off a primary victory Tuesday.

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