Right here Are The Billionaires Who Donated To Joe Biden’s 2020 Presidential Marketing campaign


That is the second installment of a four-part sequence exploring the cash billionaires poured into the 2020 election. Half 1.


Three years in the past, Joe Biden spoke onstage at a suppose tank occasion, opining on wealth in America. “I really like Bernie, however I’m not Bernie Sanders. I don’t suppose 500 billionaires are the rationale why we’re in bother,” he defined. “The parents on the high aren’t dangerous guys. I get in bother in my occasion after I say rich Individuals are simply as patriotic as poor of us. I’ve discovered no distinction.”

And, primarily based on who they supported through the 2020 election, billionaires don’t suppose Joe Biden is such a nasty man both. About 25% of America’s billionaires donated to his election efforts, both instantly or a partner, based on an evaluation of data filed with the Federal Election Fee. In contrast, Donald Trump acquired cash from solely 14% of American billionaires.

The 230 Biden backers embody the founders of corporations like Patagonia, DoorDash and Netflix, Democratic megadonors like George Soros and Henry Laufer, in addition to billionaire members of a few of the nation’s richest households just like the Waltons, the Pritzkers and the Lauders. Broadly, they tended to hail from the coasts. Multiple-third reside in California. One other 27% are primarily based in New York. It is sensible, then, that a few quarter of them obtained wealthy in tech and a 3rd made their fortunes in finance. On common, the billionaires gave about $170,000 to the Biden marketing campaign and its joint-fundraising committees, which cut up their receipts with the Democratic Celebration.


How Joe Biden’s Donors Received Wealthy

Forbes discovered 230 billionaires or spouses of billionaires who donated to Biden’s marketing campaign forward of the 2020 election. They constructed their fortunes in 12 industries.

Supply: Federal Election Fee filings; Forbes Actual-Time Billionaires listing


Some donors did extra than simply write checks. After dropping to Biden within the main, Tom Steyer hosted fundraisers for his former foe. Nicole Systrom, who’s married to Instagram founder Kevin Systrom, joined Steyer for a minimum of one occasion. Earlier than the pandemic, these kinds of occasions could possibly be held at a donor’s house. Or, within the case of billionaire actual property dealer George Marcus, who hosted Biden in 2019, at a restaurant he owned in California. Ultimately, the Democratic frontrunner shifted his occasions to video calls, the place he or Kamala Harris would hop on the road to make a speech and take questions. Different billionaire hosts included former commerce secretary Penny Pritzker and Blackstone govt Hamilton James.

“Whether or not that’s a high-dollar, in-person fundraising occasion or a high-dollar digital occasion, there’s a certain quantity of entry that comes with making these giant contributions to the joint-fundraising committees,” says Michael Beckel, the analysis director at a marketing campaign finance nonprofit known as Concern One. 

A few of Biden’s donors additionally turned so-called “bundlers” rallying others to open their wallets. At the least 10 billionaires helped elevate a further $100,000, based on a listing launched the marketing campaign. Hedge funder Stephen Mandel, enterprise capitalist John Doerr and Chicago actual property magnate Neil Bluhm all helped collect cash from associates.

At the least 60 Biden donors additionally contributed to a few of the main pro-Biden super-PACs. These teams can’t coordinate with campaigns instantly, however they’ll settle for and spend limitless sums. Fb cofounder Dustin Moskovitz gave $47 million to at least one super-PAC. LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman poured greater than $7 million into different pro-Biden super-PACs and into advertisements opposing Trump. Mike Bloomberg no means donated on to Biden’s marketing campaign, however he threw $100 million into super-PACs supporting the Democratic nominee.

Not each billionaire backer spent large, although. About 25% of Biden’s ultrawealthy donors no means gave greater than $5,000.

It stays unclear precisely what the billionaires will get for a return on their investments. “Biden has laid out an formidable coverage agenda, a lot of which rich individuals and firms won’t like,” says Robert Maguire, analysis director of Residents for Accountable Ethics in Washington. “Now that he has had that assist from so many rich people who find themselves linked to so many main corporations that will probably be impacted his agenda, it’s a must to wonder if he’s going to have pause, or whether or not there’s going to be pushback.”

Listed here are Biden’s richest donors, grouped the industries they constructed their fortunes in, and sorted the quantity they gave to Biden’s marketing campaign and two joint-fundraising committees. You may discover this in additional depth at our interactive donor instrument.


AUTOMOTIVE 

Herb Chambers 

  • Web value: $1.Eight billion *
  • Supply of wealth: Automobile dealerships
  • Contributions: $25,000 **

Ernest, II & Joanne Garcia 

  • Web value: $18.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Used automobiles
  • Contributions: $5,600  

Marta Thoma Corridor, spouse of David Corridor 

  • Partner’s internet value: $1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Automotive know-how
  • Contributions: $1,400


DIVERSIFIED 

Laurie Tisch 

  • Web value: $1.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Insurance coverage, NFL Staff (New York Giants)
  • Contributions: $198,400

Jonathan & Lizzie Tisch 

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Insurance coverage, NFL Staff (New York Giants)
  • Contributions: $166,200 

Len & Emily Blavatnik 

  • Web value: 
  • Supply of wealth: Music, chemical substances
  • Contributions: $55,600 

ENERGY 

Gordon & Ann Getty  

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Getty Oil
  • Contributions: $500,000  

Myra Block, spouse of George Kaiser 

  • Partner’s internet value: $5.5 billion 
  • Supply of wealth: Oil & fuel, banking
  • Contributions: $1,500 


FASHION & RETAIL 

Lukas Walton 

  • Web value: $17.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Walmart
  • Contributions: $360,600

Gary & Laura Lauder 

  • Web value: $1.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Estee Lauder 
  • Contributions: $245,550

Jo Carole Lauder, spouse of Ronald Lauder 

  • Partner’s internet value: $5.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Estee Lauder 
  • Contributions: $180,600

Ralph Lauren

  • Web value: $6.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Attire
  • Contributions: $150,000 

Timothy & Mary Boyle  

  • Web value: $2.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Columbia Sportswear
  • Contributions: $130,600

Robert & Elizabeth Fisher 

  • Web value: $1.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hole 
  • Contributions: $102,800 

Vivine Wang, spouse of Roger Wang 

  • Partner’s internet value: $3.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Retail
  • Contributions: $100,000

Sidney & Caroline Kimmel

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Retail
  • Contributions: $68,100

Eric Zinterhofer, husband of Aerin Lauder       

  • Partner’s internet value: $3.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Estee Lauder 
  • Contributions: $52,800

Michael Rubin 

  • Web value: $3.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: On-line retail 
  • Contributions: $50,000

Mimi Haas 

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Levi’s denims
  • Complete contributions: $11,500 

Yvon & Malinda Chouinard 

  • Web value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Patagonia
  • Contributions: $5,600

Judith Glickman Lauder, spouse of Leonard Lauder   

  • Partner’s internet value: $25.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Estee Lauder 
  • Contributions: $2,800

Jeannie Nordstrom, spouse of Bruce Nordstrom

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Nordstrom shops
  • Contributions: $2,000

Joan Alfond, spouse of Invoice Alfond 

  • Partner’s internet value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Footwear
  • Contributions: $1,000

FINANCE & INVESTMENTS

Chris & Crystal Sacca 

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Enterprise capital
  • Contributions: $1.7 million 

J.B. & M.Okay. Pritzker 

  • Web value: $3.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $1.Four million 

Jim & Marilyn Simons

  • Web value: $23.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $1.1 million

Tom Steyer & Kat Taylor 

  • Web value: $1.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $1.1 million 

Henry & Marsha Laufer  

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $946,200

Bruce & Martha Karsh 

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $839,100 

Stephen & Susan Mandel 

  • Web value: $2.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $721,200

George Soros & Tamiko Bolton  

  • Web value: $8.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $505,850

Nicholas & Susan Pritzker

  • Web value: $1.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $318,800 

Sami & Hala Mnaymneh

  • Web value: $Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $300,000

Jonathan & Mindy Grey    

  • Web value: $4.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $280,600 

Eli & Edythe Broad

  • Web value: $6.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $258,400 

William Conway, Jr.

  • Web value: $3.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $250,000 

Jennifer Pritzker

  • Web value: $1.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $249,000

Penny Pritzker & Bryan Traubert 

  • Web value: $2.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments 
  • Contributions: $111,355

Mike & Eryn Bingle 

  • Web value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $111,350    

Thomas Hagen     

  • Web value: $4.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Insurance coverage
  • Contributions: $255,600 

David & Beth Shaw  

  • Web value: $6.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds 
  • Contributions: $224,200

Daniel & Karen Pritzker

  • Web value: $2.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $205,600

Debra Black, spouse of Leon Black

  • Partner’s internet value: $8.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $200,000  

Jim & Penny Coulter  

  • Web value: $2.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $200,000

Howard & Nancy Marks 

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $161,300 

Daniel & Jane Och   

  • Web value: $3.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $105,600 

Hamilton James

  • Web value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments 
  • Contributions: $102,800   

Antony Ressler

  • Web value: $4.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Finance
  • Contributions: $100,000

David Bonderman & Laurie Michaels  

  • Web value: $Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $73,800   

James Dinan & Elizabeth Miller

  • Web value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $55,850 

Judy Dimon, spouse of Jamie Dimon

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Banking (JPMorgan Chase)
  • Contributions: $52,800  

Sam Bankman-Fried

  • Web value: $4.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cryptocurrency
  • Contributions: $50,000

Chris Larsen

  • Web value: $2.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cryptocurrency
  • Contributions: $50,000

Paul Tudor Jones

  • Web value: $5.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $50,000

Marc Lasry 

  • Web value: $1.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $43,900 

Pablo Legorreta

  • Web value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments 
  • Contributions: $25,000 

Anna Chapman, spouse of Ronald Perelman  

  • Partner’s internet value: $6.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Leveraged buyouts
  • Contributions: $12,500 

Seth & Beth Klarman 

  • Web value: $1.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $11,200

Dirk & Natasha Ziff  

  • Web value: $5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments 
  • Contributions: $11,200  

Daniel & Brianne Ziff  

  • Web value: $5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $11,200 

Lisa Piazza, spouse of David Golub

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $10,000 

Abigail Johnson & Christopher McKown

  • Web value: $15 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cash administration
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Michelle Locher, spouse of Robert Ziff  

  • Partner’s internet value: $5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments 
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Margaret Loeb, spouse of Daniel Loeb 

  • Partner’s internet value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $5,600 

John Pritzker

  • Web value: $2.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Karen Pritzker

  • Web value: $5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $5,600 

David Siegel 

  • Web value: $6.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds 
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Sandra Tamer, spouse of Tony Tamer 

  • Partner’s internet value: $Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Heather Baker, spouse of Felix Baker 

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Biotech investing
  • Contributions: $5,600  

Joseph Edelman 

  • Web value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Hedge funds
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Jose Feliciano & Kwanza Jones

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Margot Pritzker, spouse of Thomas Pritzker 

  • Partner’s internet value: $4.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Accommodations, investments
  • Contributions: $4,300 

Linnea Roberts, spouse of George Roberts

  • Web value: $7.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness 
  • Contributions: $3,800 

Karen Finerman, spouse of Lawrence Golub

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $2,800 

Thomas Lee 

  • Web value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $2,800

Greg Mondre    

  • Web value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Non-public fairness
  • Contributions: $2,800

Susan Sarofim, spouse of Fayez Sarofim

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cash administration
  • Contributions: $2,800  

Ruth Gottesman, spouse of David Gottesman   

  • Partner’s internet value: $2.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $2,500


FOOD & BEVERAGE 

Howard & Sheri Schultz 

  • Web value: $4.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Starbucks
  • Contributions: $826,900

Daniel & Michelle Lubetzky  

  • Web value: 
  • Supply of wealth: Snack bars (KIND)
  • Contributions: $389,200 

S. Daniel Abraham

  • Web value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Slim-Quick
  • Contributions: $363,400 

Stewart & Lynda Resnick

  • Web value: $7.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Agriculture, water
  • Contributions: $161,600 

Andrew & Peggy Cherng

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Eating places (Panda Categorical)
  • Contributions: $100,000 

Pamela Perri Reyes, spouse of Duke Reyes 

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Beer distribution
  • Contributions: $30,600 

Marianne Metropoulos, spouse of C. Dean Metropoulos  

  • Partner’s internet value: $2.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Investments
  • Contributions: $17,500

Tilman & Paige Fertitta

  • Web value: $4.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Houston Rockets, leisure
  • Contributions: $5,600  

Gwendolyn Sontheim Meyer   

  • Web value: $3.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cargill
  • Contributions: $2,800 

Lauren Santo Domingo, spouse of Andres Santo Domingo 

  • Partner’s internet value: $3.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Beer 
  • Contributions: $1,000

Jacqueline Mars  

  • Web value: $28.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Sweet, pet meals
  • Contributions: $500


GAMBLING & CASINOS

Elaine Wynn    

  • Web value: $2.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Casinos, resorts
  • Contributions: $100,000 

Gabe Newell   

  • Web value: $Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Video video games
  • Contributions: $2,800

Kathy Yarbrough, spouse of Jon Yarbrough   

  • Partner’s internet value: $2.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Video video games
  • Contributions: $2,800 

HEALTHCARE

Pat Stryker 

  • Web value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Medical tools
  • Contributions: $515,600 

Jon Stryker 

  • Web value: $4. billion
  • Supply of wealth: Medical tools
  • Contributions: $153,124

Harriet Schleifer, spouse of Leonard Schleifer 

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Prescription drugs
  • Contributions: $14,200


MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT 

Haim & Cheryl Saban 

  • Web value: $2.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: TV Community, investments
  • Contributions: $1.5 million  

Reed Hastings & Patty Quillin      

  • Web value: $5.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Netflix
  • Contributions: $1.Four million 

James Chambers & Nabila Khashoggi Chambers 

  • Web value: $5.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Media, automotive
  • Contributions: $726,400 

Thomas Secunda

  • Web value: $3.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Bloomberg LP
  • Contributions: $721,300 

George Lucas & Mellody Hobson      

  • Web value: $7.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Star Wars
  • Contributions: $721,200

Thomas Tull

  • Web value: $1.2 billion 
  • Supply of wealth: Films, investments
  • Contributions: $711,300

Barry Diller

  • Web value: $5.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: On-line media
  • Contributions: $620,600

Steven Spielberg & Kate Capshaw

  • Web value: $3.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Films
  • Contributions: $605,600

Amos & Barbara Hostetter      

  • Web value: $3.6 billion 
  • Supply of wealth: Cable tv
  • Contributions: $311,200

Tyler Perry 

  • Web value: $1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Films, tv
  • Contributions: $200,000 

Katharine Rayner 

  • Web value: $5.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Media, automotive
  • Contributions: $155,600 

Aileen Roberts, spouse of Brian Roberts 

  • Partner’s internet value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Comcast
  • Contributions: $152,800 

Charles & Merryl Zegar  

  • Web value: $2.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Bloomberg LP
  • Contributions: $104,900

Sarah Kennedy, spouse of Jim Kennedy 

  • Partner’s internet value: $8.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Media, automotive
  • Contributions: $30,600

Sarah Magness, spouse of Gary Magness     

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cable TV, investments
  • Contributions: $25,000

David Geffen 

  • Web value: $9.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Films, report labels
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Sandra Gerry, spouse of Alan Gerry  

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cable tv
  • Contributions: $2,800 

Jerry Corridor, spouse of Rupert Murdoch      

  • Partner’s internet value: $21.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Newspapers, TV community (Newscorp.)
  • Contributions: $500

REAL ESTATE 

Amy Goldman Fowler & Cary Fowler

  • Web value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $1.1 million 

George & Judy Marcus

  • Web value: $1.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property (Marcus & Millichap)
  • Contributions: $505,600 

Neil Bluhm 

  • Web value: $6.1 billion 
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $302,800  

Robert & Jane Toll 

  • Web value: $1.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Residence constructing
  • Contributions: $186,200   

Herb & Bui Simon 

  • Web value: $3.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $55,600 

Jorge Perez & Darlene Boytell-Perez 

  • Web value: $1.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Katherine Farley, spouse of Jerry Speyer 

  • Partner’s internet value: $3.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $2,800 

Susan Sobrato, spouse of John Sobrato

  • Partner’s internet value: $6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Actual property
  • Contributions: $1,000 

SPORTS

Arthur Clean

  • Web value: $6.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Residence Depot, NFL staff (Atlanta Falcons)
  • Contributions: $302,800  

Theodore & Lynn Leonsis 

  • Web value: $1.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Sports activities groups
  • Contributions: $5,600    

TECHNOLOGY 

James & Kristy Clark  

  • Web value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Netscape, investments
  • Contributions: $1.2 million 

Jeff & Erica Lawson 

  • Web value: $3.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program (Twilio)
  • Contributions: $1.2 million 

Sean & Alexandra Parker 

  • Web value: $2.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Fb
  • Contributions: $1.2 million 

Dustin Moskovitz  

  • Web value: $16.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Fb
  • Contributions: $820,600 

John and Ann Doerr 

  • Web value: $12.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Enterprise capital
  • Contributions: $721,200  

Laurene Powell Jobs 

  • Web value: $23 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Apple, Disney
  • Contributions: $713,400 

Mark Pincus 

  • Web value: $1.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: On-line video games (Zynga)
  • Contributions: $710,600 

Niraj Shah 

  • Web value: $3.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: On-line retail (Wayfair)
  • Contributions: $400,000 

Jeff Skoll

  • Web value: $6.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: eBay
  • Contributions: $645,600 

Meg Whitman   

  • Web value: $6.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: eBay
  • Contributions: $508,400

Reid Hoffman & Michelle Yee      

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: LinkedIn
  • Contributions: $496,200

Eric & Wendy Schmidt 

  • Web value: $19.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Google
  • Contributions: $361,200 

Nicole Systrom, spouse of Kevin Systrom  

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Instagram
  • Contributions: $305,000

Evan & Sara Williams 

  • Web value: $2.7 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Twitter
  • Contributions: $250,500

Jerry Yang & Akiko Yamazaki    

  • Web value: $2.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Yahoo
  • Contributions: $250,000

Dagmar Dol 

  • Web value: $5.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Dol Laboratories
  • Contributions: $225,600

Tom & Theresa Preston-Werner 

  • Web value: $2.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Collaborative software program (Github)
  • Contributions: $191,300

Joe Gebbia 

  • Web value: $14.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Airbnb
  • Contributions: $125,000

Connie Ballmer, spouse of Steve Ballmer

  • Partner’s internet value: $81.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Microsoft
  • Contributions: $105,600   

Craig Newmark  

  • Web value: $1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Craigslist
  • Contributions: $105,600 

Judy Faulkner

  • Web value: $5.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Well being IT (Epic)
  • Contributions: $100,000 

Vinod Khosla 

  • Web value: $Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Enterprise capital
  • Contributions: $100,000

Michael Krasny 

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Retail
  • Contributions: $100,000

Romesh & Kathleen Wadhwani

  • Web value: $3.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program
  • Contributions: $76,600

Liz Lefkofsky, spouse of Eric Lefkofsky    

  • Partner’s internet value: $4.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Groupon 
  • Contributions: $52,800

Allison Bhusri, spouse of Aneel Bhusri

  • Partner’s internet value: $3.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Enterprise software program (Workday)
  • Contributions: $50,000   

Alexander Karp       

  • Web value: $3.1 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program agency (Palantir)
  • Contributions: $50,000

Jack Dangermond

  • Web value: $5.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Mapping software program
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Ryan Graves

  • Web value: $1.Three billion
  • Supply of wealth: Uber
  • Contributions: $5,600

Nicole Shanahan, spouse of Sergey Brin 

  • Partner’s internet value: $89 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Google
  • Contributions: $25,000

Andy Fang

  • Web value: $2.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Meals supply app (DoorDash)
  • Contributions: $12,500   

Stanley Tang

  • Web value: $2.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Meals supply app (DoorDash)
  • Contributions: $12,500 

Tony Xu

  • Web value: $3.9 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Meals supply app (DoorDash)
  • Contributions: $10,000

John & Virginia Sall

  • Web value: $3.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program 
  • Contributions: $5,600

Ben & Divya Silbermann 

  • Web value: $5.Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Pinterest
  • Contributions: $5,600 

Drew Houston      

  • Web value: $1.Eight billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cloud storage service (Dropbox)
  • Contributions: $2,800

Alexis Lê-Quôc 

  • Web value: $2.5 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cloud computing (Datadog)
  • Contributions: $2,500 

Delle Maxwell, spouse of Patrick Hanrahan 

  • Partner’s internet value: $2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program (Tableau)
  • Contributions: $2,800 

Jared Smith

  • Web value: $1.2 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Cloud computing (Qualtrics)
  • Contributions: $2,500

Kelsey Bateman, spouse of Bob Murphy

  • Web value: $13 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Snapchat
  • Contributions: $1,000

Margot Birmingham Perot  

  • Web value: $Four billion
  • Supply of wealth: Laptop providers, actual property
  • Contributions: $1,000    

Kendra Hyett, spouse of PJ Hyett 

  • Partner’s internet value: $1.6 billion
  • Supply of wealth: Software program (Github)
  • Contributions: $500


* Forbes Actual-Time internet worths as of Feb. 16, 2021

** Contribution totals are made up of itemized donations of a minimum of $100, and embody cash donated to the Biden For President committee, the Biden Victory Fund and the Biden Motion Fund committees between April 2019 and November 3, 2020. Forbes included members of the Actual-Time Billionaires listing and their recognized spouses in group of donors.

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