Sen. Barack Obama’s Rural Contributors: His Top 25 Counties

Barack Obama raised more money from rural counties than any other presidential candidate in the second quarter of 2007. These are the top 25 in total contributions. The Illinois senator received $$861,646 in donations from rural residents.


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RankCountyCounty SeatStateTotal Contributed
1Merrimack CountyConcordNH$30,500
2Litchfield CountyLitchfield & WinstedCT$29,858
3Eagle CountyEagleCO$22,400
4Fauquier CountyWarrentonVA$20,400
5Windsor CountyWoodstockVT$20,052
6Albemarle CountyCharlottesvilleVA$19,762
7Hunterdon CountyFlemingtonNJ$19,377
8Lowndes CountyColumbusMS$16,850
9Pitkin CountyAspenCO$16,735
10Madison CountyCantonMS$16,706
11San Miguel CountyTellurideCO$15,500
12Hawaii CountyHiloHI$15,160
13Chatham CountyPittsboroNC$14,900
14Montgomery CountyConroeTX$11,600
15Nantucket CountyNantucketMA$11,400
16Teton CountyJacksonWY$10,968
17Hanover CountyHanoverVA$10,685
18Washington CountyMontpelierVT$10,348
19Grafton CountyNorth HaverhillNH$10,050
20Goochland CountyGoochlandVA$9,835
21Tippah CountyRipleyMS$9,200
22Dade CountyTrentonGA$9,200
23Ulster CountyKingstonNY$8,800
24Bennington CountyBenningtonVT$8,350
25Oldham CountyLa GrangeKY$8,000

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