McCrory has little leverage now to do the right thing – even if he wanted to.
That power resides with Senate leader Phil Berger,
who like many lawmakers only has a conservative district back home to answer to.
Fmr LLC Political Action Committee (Fidelity PAC)
Edward Johnson III CEO of Fidelity Investments
4 contributions ⋅ $16000 ('94→'02)
Abigail Johnson Fidelity president
5 contributions ⋅ $15000 ('96→'10)
Fidelity Investments is 100% behind Phil Berger's bigotry,
otherwise why would they give him any money?
John (Jack) F Remondi CEO, Navient Corp
21 contributions ⋅ $6500 ('00→'07)
Walter C Donovan Chief Investment Officer and Senior Managing Director, Putnam...
2 contributions ⋅ $3500 ('02→'03)
Robert C Pozen Former Chairman, MFS Investment Management
4 contributions ⋅ $3500 ('94→'00)
Do you think these folks are going to ask for their money back?
Stephanie Markiewicz Lobbyist, ATT and Fidelity
14 contributions ⋅ $3500 ('09→'10)
If they don't ask for their money back,
how can it be construed other than tacit support for Berger's bigotry?
Jeffrey N Vinik Founder, Vinik Asset Management
2 contributions ⋅ $3000 ('94→'95)
Phil's $1,000 cut;
What other fine political pawns are these Wall Street types funding and why?