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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.


Politics News

The Wall Street Journal's Washington Wire  

Monday, August 11, 2014

Michael Bloomberg Tries To Remove Milwaukee's Pro-Gun Sheriff external link

Clarke Is "A Conservative Democrat Who Has Long Touted Pro-Gun Policies And Urged Citizens To Arm Themselves." "Mr. Bloomberg's Independence USA super PAC is spending $150,000 to air TV ads critical of Milwaukee Sheriff David ...

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel  

Friday, August 8, 2014

Bloomberg's PAC Makes $150,000 Ad Buy Against Clarke external link

In August 2014, Bloomberg's Independence USA PAC "Purchased $150,833 In Television Ads In An Effort To Defeat Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr." Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's political action committee, Independence USA, ...


Thursday, March 6, 2014

Michael Bloomberg external link

Michael Bloomberg Is Worth $33 Billion, Making Him The 16th Richest Person In The World. (Accessed 3/6/14)

The Denver Post  

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Voters Reject Big Tax Hike external link

Colorado Voters "Emphatically Rejected" Amendment 66. "Voters emphatically rejected a $950 million tax increase and the school funding revamp that came with it, handing Amendment 66 a resounding defeat Tuesday night."


Friday, November 1, 2013

2013: Year Of The Liberal Billionaire external link

"The Current Election In Virginia Is A Case In Point: Bloomberg's Independence USA PAC Is On Track To Spend $3 Million By Election Day Targeting The Republican Candidates For Governor And Attorney General On The ...


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Michael Bloomberg Hits Virginia Attorney General Candidate external link

Bloomberg Spent Nearly $3 Million In Virginia On Gun Issues. "Bloomberg will have flooded almost $3 million into the state by Election Day, including on local legislative races there on the issue of guns."

State EdWatch  

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Can Bloomberg, Melinda Gates Cash Push Colo. Tax Hike to Victory? external link

Bloomberg Donated $1.05 Million Through Bloomberg Philanthropies To The Campaign Behind A Tax Hike In Colorado. "The $1 million donation from Gates comes from her personally, and not from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ...

Roll Call's Political Moneyline  

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Bloomberg's Super PAC Buys $558K In TV Ads external link

Including $1.1 Million Supporting Democrat Terry McAuliffe In Virginia. "The Super PAC of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Independence USA PAC, has contracted with Washington, D.C. television station WRC for $557,800 in television ads ...


Monday, October 21, 2013

Michael Bloomberg Wants To Be Mayor Of The World external link

Bloomberg Supported The "Tax-Hiking School-Reform Initiative. "Later this year in Colorado, Bloomberg will be backing a tax-hiking school-reform initiative, and he plans to continue the spending on state and local school-board elections around the country."


Monday, October 21, 2013

Bloomberg Is Worth "400,000 Times The Median American Family's Net Worth." external link

"Bloomberg is a data guy, so the numbers matter. When he first ran for mayor in 2001, he was worth about $4 billion, owing to the news and financial-information company he founded that bears his ...

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