Political action committees gave $55,405 to Buchanan and $20,558 to Jennings in last year's final quarter. Most of Buchanan's PAC contributors represented business interests, while Jennings' primarily represented unions.
Unions fight for the people and accountability in the free market system of the U.S. The business interests that give to people like Buchanan fight for their own profits at the expense of workers, consumers and the environment. Buchanan is bought and paid for and we know who has the receipt.