Princeton-based Jamestown Associates was #13 on a Washington Post-compiled list of media and advertising firms that took in the most money this election season. The firm, run by Ken Kurson and Larry Weitzner, posted receipts of nearly $10 million for the season, the bulk from Republican candidates. That haul put it at #7 among firms catering to the GOP.
Another interesting tidbit form the report: Democrats spent nearly double what their Republican counterparts spent on booze for the election cycle. It’s unknown if that money was spent before or after the party learned it had lost 57 seats in the House of Representatives.