Wells Fargo Stashed $560k in (Campaign) Accounts of Members of Congress Seeking to Cripple Consumer Agency

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Today, as the House Financial Services Committee holds a hearing entitled “Holding Wall Street Accountable: Investigating Wells Fargo’s Opening of Unauthorized Consumer Accounts,” Allied Progress revealed that Wells Fargo and its executives have parked more than $560,000 in the campaign accounts of committee members who have sought to cripple the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the very agency that fined Wells Fargo “$100 million for the widespread illegal practice of secretly opening” more than two million phony “unauthorized deposit and credit card accounts” without the permission or knowledge of account holders.

By The Numbers:

Rep. Patrick McHenry Has Received $55,700 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, McHenry received $14,100 in the 2016 cycle, $22,350 in the 2014 cycle, and $19,250 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16

  • 2015: McHenry Co-Sponsored Legislation to Eliminate The CFPB. [HR 3118, 7/20/15]
  • 2015: McHenry Co-sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: McHenry Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Edward Royce Has Received $41,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Royce received $12,500 in the 2016 cycle, $10,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $18,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2013: Royce Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]
  • 2011: Royce Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Ann Wagner Has Received $33,400 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Wagner received $13,900 in the 2016 cycle, $19,500 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Wagner Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2013: Wagner Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]

Rep. Jeb Hensarling Has Received $33,250 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Hensarling received $10,000 in the 2016 cycle, $11,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $12,250 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Hensarling Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 5983]
  • 2011: Jeb Hensarling Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Keith Rothfus Has Received $28,950 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Rothfus received $14,800 in the 2016 cycle, $14,150 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Rothfus Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2013: Rothfus Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]

Rep. Sean Duffy Has Received $23,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Duffy received $12,500 in the 2016 cycle, $7,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $3,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Duffy Co-Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 5983]
  • 2015: Duffy Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Rep. Sean Duffy Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Frank Lucas Has Received $21,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Lucas received $10,000 in the 2016 cycle, $7,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2011: Lucas Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Scott Garrett Has Received $20,250 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Garrett received $5,750 in the 2016 cycle, $7,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $7,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Garrett Co-Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [HR 5983, 9/9/16]
  • 2015: Garrett Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Rep. Scott Garrett Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Robert Pittenger Has Received $16,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Pittenger received $7,500 in the 2016 cycle, $9,000 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Pittenger Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Steve Stivers Has Received $16,300 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Stivers received $5,000 in the 2016 cycle, $7,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,300 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Stivers Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2013: Stivers Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer Has Received $15,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Luetkemeyer received $7,500 in the 2016 cycle, $3,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $5,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Luetkemeyer Co-Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 5983]
  • 2015: Luetkemeyer Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Luetkemeyer Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick Has Received $15,300 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Fitzpatrick has not received a contribution in the 2016 cycle, but received $7,800 in the 2014 cycle, and $7,500 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Fitzpatrick Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Randy Hultgren Has Received $15,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Hultgren received $6,500 in the 2016 cycle, $6,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $2,500 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2011: Hultgren Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Peter King Has Received $15,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, King received $4,500 in the 2016 cycle, $5,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $5,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: King Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2013: King Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]
  • 2011: King Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. French Hill Has Received $14,150 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Hill received $14,150 in the 2016 cycle, and no contributions in the 2014 and 2012 cycles from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Hill Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Bill Huizenga Has Received $13,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Huizenga received $6,500 in the 2016 cycle, $5,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $2,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Huizenga Co-Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [Congress.gov, HR 5983]
  • 2015: Huizenga Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Huizenga Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Randy Neugebauer Has Received $13,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Neugebauer received $3,000 in the 2016 cycle, $8,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $2,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2016: Neugebauer Co-Sponsored HR 5983, The Financial Choice Act, That Would Gut The CFPB by Replacing the Director with 5 Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 5983]
  • 2015: Neugebauer Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Neugebauer Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Mick Mulvaney Has Received $13,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Mulvaney received $6,000 in the 2016 cycle, $5,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $2,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Mulvaney Co-Sponsored Legislation to Eliminate The CFPB. [gov, HR 3118]
  • 2013: Mulvaney Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]

Rep. David Schweikert Has Received $12,750 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Schweikert received $2,500 in the 2016 cycle, $2,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $8,250 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Schweikert Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2013: Schweikert Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]
  • 2011: Schweikert Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema Has Received $12,700 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Sinema received $8,000 in the 2016 cycle, $4,700 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Sinema Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Andy Barr Has Received $12,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Barr received $6,000 in the 2016 cycle, $6,000 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Barr Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Robert Hurt Has Received $12,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, hurt received $2,000 in the 2016 cycle, $4,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $6,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2011: Hurt Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. David Scott Has Received $12,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Scott received $3,500 in the 2016 cycle, $3,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $5,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Scott Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Bill Posey Has Received $11,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Posey received $3,000 in the 2016 cycle, $4,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,500 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2011: Posey Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Stephen Fincher Has Received $11,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Fincher received $3,000 in the 2016 cycle, $4,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2013: Fincher Co-Sponsored HR 2446 That Would Replace the Director of The CFPB with A Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 2466]

Rep. Stevan Pearce Has Received $10,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Pearce received $2,000 in the 2016 cycle, $4,500 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Stevan Pearce Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Luke Messer Has Received $9,750 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Messer received $7,000 in the 2016 cycle, $2,750 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Messer Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Dennis Ross Has Received $9,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Ross received $6,500 in the 2016 cycle, $3,000 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Ross Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]
  • 2011: Ross Co-Sponsored HR 1121 The Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulation Act of 2011 That Would Put a Five Person Commission in Charge of The CFPB Instead of a Single Director, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1121]

Rep. Scott Tipton Has Received $9,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Tipton received $3,000 in the 2016 cycle, $2,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $4,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Tipton Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Roger Williams Has Received $8,500 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Williams received $4,750 in the 2016 cycle, $3,750 in the 2014 cycle, and no contributions in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Williams Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Lynn Westmoreland Has Received $7,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Westmoreland has not received a contribution in the 2016 cycle, but received $2,000 in the 2014 cycle, and $5,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Rep. Lynn Westmoreland Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Tom Emmer Has Received $6,035 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Emmer received $10,650 in the 2016 cycle, and no contributions in the 2014 and 2012 cycles from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Emmer Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Mia Love Has Received $6,035 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Love received $6,035 in the 2016 cycle, and no contributions in the 2014 and 2012 cycles from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Rep. Mia Love Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Frank Guinta Has Received $3,500 From Wells Fargo PACs And Executives Since 2011. According to the Center For Responsive Politics, Guinta received $2,500 in the 2016 cycle, no contributions in the 2014 cycle, and $1,000 in the 2012 cycle from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Guinta Co-Sponsored The Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [gov, HR 1266]

Rep. Bruce Poliquin Has Received $2,000 From Wells Fargo PACs and Executives Since 2011. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Poliquin received $2,000 in the 2016 cycle, and no contributions in the 2014 and 2012 cycles from Wells Fargo PACs and executives. [Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 9/26/16]

  • 2015: Poliquin Co-Sponsored the Financial Product Safety Commission Act That Would Gut the CFPB Power by Replacing the Chair with a Five Member Commission, Which Experts Said Would Hobble the CFPB and Push the Bureau into Gridlock and Inaction. [Congress.gov, HR 1266

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