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Floyd D. Gottwald Jr.


Muckety score:


58


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Floyd D. Gottwald Jr.


Gender: Male

Address: Lives and/or works in 
Richmond, VA
.

Areas of interest:
business
,
chemical industry

Politics: Gottwald is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.  

Floyd D. Gottwald Jr. personal relations:

Floyd D. Gottwald Jr. past relationships:

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Contributor on Dem-Rep spectrum
Floyd D. Gottwald Jr. campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
American Crossroads - $50,000 on 10/17/2012
American Crossroads - $50,000 on 10/2/2012
Romney Victory Inc - $35,800 on 7/16/2012
Republican National Committee - $30,800 on 12/22/2011
Cantor Victory Fund - $10,000 on 5/10/2011
Republican National Committee - $30,400 on 6/29/2010
Republican National Committee - $28,500 on 2/9/2009
Republican National Committee - $28,500 on 2/20/2008
Republican National Committee - $25,000 on 4/6/2007
John McCain 2008 - $4,600 on 3/7/2007


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