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Top Billionaire Campaign Donors Favor Republicans In 2014

Richard DeVos, the Amway co-founder worth a reported $6.8 billion, heads a large family active in Republican Party politics and conservative causes. The DeVos family has given $692,450 to Republican Party committees and candidates in 2014.


Public education under attack

The AFC is chaired by 1-percent'er Betsy DeVos, the billionaire wife of Amway heir Dick DeVos – son of Amway founder Richard DeVos and former chair of the Michigan Republican Party. In recent years, she has funneled tens of millions of dollars into ...


Koch Brothers Fund Group That Contradicts Their Ideology In 2014 Election Push

Billionaire conservative donor David Koch, left, sits with billionaire Richard DeVos, a major backer of Christian conservative groups in the United States. Groups affiliated with David Koch and his brother Charles are giving large contributions to ...


President of Grand Rapids Griffins, of the AHL, donates to Stefanik

Members of the DeVos family, headed by Richard DeVos Sr., cofounder of Amway, are major donors to conservative candidates. The campaign is in the period when contributions of $1,000 or more must be reported within 48 hours of the campaign receiving ...


Updates on Past Winners, 2001-2013

Hertog spread his award among 11 small intellectual journals and asked them to create articles and conferences on important topics. National Affairs put together a book for congressmen elected in 2010. National Review commissioned an article from ...


Indy artist's 'Intersections' corners ArtPrize

More than $500,000 in prize money is put up each year by the billionaire DeVos family, whose patriarch, Richard DeVos, co-founded Amway. The two big awards are the Public Vote Grand Prize, worth $200,000, and the Juried Grand Prize, worth the same.


Manufactured Emergency: The Neoliberal Assault on Michigan

With its record of voting for Democratic presidents, Michigan was a tempting target for such billionaire-funded national groups as Americans for Prosperity (founded by the Koch brothers) and for the state's home-grown billionaire, Richard DeVos of the ...


Where Billionaires Are Placing Bets In This Year's Elections

They include major Republican donors Charles Schwab, Paul Singer, Robert Rowling, Ken Griffin, Philip Anschutz, Stephen Bechtel, Richard DeVos, Diane Hendricks, Stanley Hubbard, Ken Langone, Stephen Schwarzman, Kenny Troutt, Harold Hamm and ...


Eleven Michiganians named among 400 richest Americans

Meijer bothers were followed by Amway founder Richard DeVos, whose fortune has been estimated at $6 billion. Dan Gilbert, whose interests include more than three dozen downtown Detroit buildings, Quicken Loans, and Detroit's Greektown Casino, was ...


Burdensome regulations don't serve the public -- John Voss

In response to the proud liberal letter writer, I am a proud conservative who supports individual freedom and personal initiative and responsibility. A safety net is appropriate to some extent, though I believe charities, churches and families can ...



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