CINCINNATI - Donors in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana donated nearly $1.5 million more to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign than to President Obama's, according to the Center for Responsive Politics' website opensecrets.org .
Romney's campaign has brought in $4,163,218 while $2,666,331 has been donated President Obama re-election efforts.
Below are the areas that have contributed the most thus far to the presidential campaign, broken down by zip code in Ohio and Kentucky:
45243 - INDIAN HILL
45208 - HYDE PARK
41017 - EDGEWOOD, VILLA HILLS, FORT MITCHELL
45242 - MONTGOMERY, BLUE ASH
45140 - LOVELAND
45211 - CHEVIOT
According to the Federal Election Commission , individuals can contribute a maximum of $2,500 per election. The biggest individual contributors from our area according to opensecrets.org are:
*Note: The campaign contributions are for the 2012 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released on Monday, July 9, 2012.
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