Bob Corker

McConnell Looks to House for Firewall Against Campaign Finance Reform

After an election that saw unprecedented amounts of secret money, which left voters in the dark about who was trying to influence their vote, The Hill reports that more and more Republican senators are discussing the need for better disclosure laws.

Sen. Corker's $3 million from financial industry interests

While it's unclear how Sen. Bob Corker will end up voting on the current financial reform bill being debated, it is clear he's received a lot of money from the industry over the years, according to data put together by Public Campaign Action Fund.

 

Sen. Corker has depended on financial industry dollars to fund his campaigns for public office.[1]