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Who’s Spending More On CrowdStrike: Democrats Or Republicans?

Following President Trump calling out CrowdStrike in a call with the Ukrainian president, CRN took a look at which political committees and candidates for office have spent the most money with the cybersecurity vendor.

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The Final Tally

All told, campaigns and committees have spent $1.59 million with CrowdStrike since the company's founding in 2011, according to FEC data. Democrats accounted for $1.41 million (87.8 percent) of the spending, while Republicans accounted for the remaining $177,614 (11.2 percent) of the proceeds.

On the Republican side, all of the money spent with CrowdStrike came from committees directly connected to the GOP. On the Democratic side, $1.31 million of money spent with CrowdStrike came from committees or groups directly affiliated with the party, $64,337 came from Political Action Committees (PACs) that support the party, and $40,387 came from candidates running for president or U.S. Senate.

CrowdStrike Founder and CEO George Kurtz emphasized in an interview with CNBC Wednesday that the company is "nonpartisan," telling viewers that "we protect both Democrats and Republicans." The company didn't respond to a request for additional comment from CRN.

 
 
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