Money for Mitt Romney: His Top Rural Counties

Mitt Romney raised more money from rural counties than any other presidential candidate in the first quarter of 2007. These are the top 25 in total contributions. The former Massachusetts governor received $1,147,925 in donations from rural residents.

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RankCountyCounty SeatStateAmount Contributed% of Total Rural Donations
1Summit CountyCoalvilleUT$214,45018.7%
2Wasatch CountyHeberUT$40,9003.6%
3Union CountyElk PointSD$36,6503.2%
4Teton CountyJacksonWY$29,2002.5%
5Madison CountyRexburgID$23,9002.1%
6Merrimack CountyConcordNH$21,2001.8%
7Rogers CountyClaremoreOK$18,4001.6%
8Sumter CountyBushnellFL$17,1001.5%
9Rich CountyRandolphUT$13,8001.2%
10Albemarle CountyCharlottesvilleVA$13,0001.1%
11Aiken CountyAikenSC$12,5001.1%
12El Dorado CountyPlacervilleCA$12,4501.1%
13Blaine CountyHaileyID$11,9001.0%
14Iron CountyParowanUT$10,7000.9%
15Ripley CountyVersaillesIN$10,1750.9%
16Montgomery CountyConroeTX$9,6500.8%
17Fannin CountyBlue RidgeGA$9,2000.8%
18Gallatin CountyBozemanMT$8,9500.8%
19Grafton CountyNorth HaverhillNH$8,9000.8%
20Rankin CountyBrandonMS$8,4000.7%
21Barry CountyCassvilleMO$8,4000.7%
22Newton CountyNeoshoMO$8,4000.7%
23Livingston CountyHowellMI$7,8000.7%
24Taney CountyForsythMO$7,6000.7%
25Belknap CountyLaconiaNH$7,5000.7%

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