Most of Cuomo's Cash Comes From Large Donations
Over 80 percent of the cash Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised this election cycle came from donors who gave $10,000 or more according to an analysis by New York Public Interest Group's Bill Mahoney. Only .89 percent came from those giving $1,000 or less.
Cuomo has raised $6.2 million in the past six months--giving him a total horde of $27.8 million for his relection campaign next year.
The news of Cuomo's successful fundraising and Mahoney's analysis comes as Cuomo has pledged that he is committeed to reforming the state's campaign finance system and has called a Moreland Commission to look into problems with campaign finance at the state Board of Elections.
Here is a list from Mahoney of those who gave Cuomo $40,000 or more in this election cycle: