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Mark Zuckerberg Adds Contributions to His Lobbying for Immigration Reform
Posted at 10:06 a.m. on Oct. 19, 2013
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has increased his lobbying efforts for immigration reform with contributions to a U.S. Senator.
In August, billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, met with Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., at Facebook’s Menlo Park, California campus to discuss comprehensive immigration reform. In April, Zuckerberg’s political advocacy group, FWD.us, ran ads in conservative areas with urging support for a bipartisan Senate immigration bill.
Sen. Marco Rubio’s campaign committee reported this week that it had received $5,200 on 9/25 from Mark Zuckerberg, including $2,600 for Rubio’s 2016 primary and $2,600 for his 2016 general election.
Rubio reported receipts of $433,243 and disbursements of $182,039 in the third quarter, leaving $2,227,790 cash on hand as of 9/30.
View posting on third quarter fundraising by the Rubio Victory Committee.
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