Let's put that number in perspective:
- It's the most any politician has raised from a single company since campaign finance reform.
- It was four times what John McCain raised from Goldman.
- It's more than the combined Goldman Sachs total of every Republican in 2008 running for President, House, and Senate. (Source)
Kirsten Gillibrand, who remains without a top-shelf general election challenger, is actually the cycle's largest recipient of contributions from Goldman Sachs employees, and her liberal primary challenger, Jonathan Tasini, demands she give back the $23,800: (continues here)