Which Christian group is the biggest donor to the Democratic Party?
The following is a list of major Christian groups that are major donors to the Democrat Party: The Christian Coalition, the National Council of Churches, the American Friends Service Committee, the Evangelical Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the Southern Baptist Convention, the United Church of Christ, and the National Association of Evangelicals.
They are all big donors to Democrats.
It is hard to get a comprehensive list of the biggest donors to Democratic causes.
But here is a partial list of their biggest donors.
The National Council on Churches, which is the largest evangelical group, has given more than $50 million to Democratic campaigns, including nearly $30 million in the last two cycles.
The Southern Baptist Conference, which has long been a staunch supporter of Democratic candidates, has been a major Democratic donor, giving more than half a billion dollars to Democratic candidates and causes since the 2000s.
The American Friends and Service Committee has given $15.3 million to the Democrats.
The Evangelical Leadership Network has given a total of $10 million to Democrats in recent years.
The Conference of Presidents of Major American Christian Organizations has given another $2.6 million to Senate Democrats in the past two cycles, including $1.5 million in 2012.
The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian organization that has become one of the most powerful conservative lobbying groups in the country, has spent nearly $7.5 billion in lobbying since 2010, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
The United Church, which was founded in 1956, is one of America’s oldest and largest Christian denominations.
It has given nearly $15 billion to Democrats, and is the second-largest donor to Republican candidates, according the Center on Media and Democracy.
The Family Research Council, a leading conservative Christian lobbying group, gave a total $3.2 million to Republican campaigns, a third of which has been spent in the 2016 cycle.
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood gave another $1 million to Republicans in 2012, and has been the biggest Republican donor to Democrats for decades.
The Center for American Progress gave $4 million to GOP candidates in the 2012 cycle, and also contributed another $400,000 to Democrats during the 2016 election cycle.
And the American Family Association, a major Christian conservative group, contributed $10.3 billion to the GOP in 2012 and spent nearly a quarter of that money to Democrats to help elect Democrats.
So, if the Christian Coalition has given almost $50 billion to Democratic politicians, the Christian Leadership Network and the Alliance Defended Freedom have given nearly half a trillion dollars.
And they are the biggest GOP donors.
Why do these groups give to Democrats?
They believe in conservative values.
They want to get to know their members and have a good time.
They also like the way the Republican Party looks.
The political landscape in this country has changed in recent decades, and they want to be part of that change.
They think that the Democratic party is a party that is not supportive of their values.
It does not take a lot of faith to understand that.
These groups also believe that the Republican party has a history of supporting abortion rights, that abortion is a “death sentence,” and that the country has become too tolerant of gay marriage.
They fear that if Democrats win in November, their Christian values will be put into question.
Why are Christian conservatives so excited about the election?
It’s easy to see why.
These people are in the majority of the U.S. population.
They have been the majority for the past half-century.
The last time Christian conservatives made up a majority of voters was in 1994.
The 2012 election was the first time in the history of the American political system that they were able to form a majority, and it’s hard to imagine that a third party would have been able to do that in 2016.
It will be interesting to see how these groups respond to this election.
Will they vote for a third-party candidate?
Will they just stick with the Democrats?
Will their money and influence influence them to vote for Donald Trump, or will they start to think about how they can make a difference?
Will the Christian right have a major impact on the next four years?
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