D.C. residents and workers have donated more than $10.3 million to presidential candidates and political parties this election cycle, according to data from the Federal Election Commission. The overwhelming majority of the donations went to President Barack Obama's re-election campaign.
In the District, residents donated more than $8.16 million to the Obama campaign, and $2.18 million to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and other Republican candidates; $1.86 million of that went to the Romney campaign.
Residents of 20007, which includes Georgetown and some neighborhoods north and west, gave 2,511 separate donations to the two presidential candidates—a total of $1.18 million this campaign cycle (based on donations through the end of August). Of the 20007 donations, almost $315,000 went to the Romney campaign; the rest went to the Obama campaign.
That $1.18 million does not include donations Georgetown residents gave to political action committees, the political parties, and independent candidates or candidates no longer in the presidential race.
You can use the tool above to look up donations from residents and individuals who donated with a 20007 ZIP code.
The data in the tool above is directly from the Federal Election Commission based on campaign reports.
Notes on the data: It does not include donations to the political parties or to political action committees—just individual donations to the two main presidential campaigns. The contributor's address listed is the address the contributor gave to the FEC.