With the 2016 presidential election more than a year away, campaign contributions have been rolling in across the country, including $1.6 million from Connecticut.
Wiltonians have pitched 14 contributions, totaling $14,205, according to the mid-July Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings.
Topping the list of Wilton contributions is Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who collected $6,605.
The totals for each candidate are as follows:


  • Hillary Clinton: $6,605.

  • Marco Rubio: $2,750.

  • Martin O’Malley: $2,700.

  • Carly Fiorina: $1,000.

  • Bernie Sanders: $500.

  • Jeb Bush: $500.

  • Ted Cruz: $150.


A total of 14 contributions were reported in Wilton, according to the FEC filings.
Compared to the following top 10 contributing Connecticut communities, Wilton’s total campaign contribution pales in comparison:

  • Greenwich: $547,117.

  • Westport: $107,710.

  • New Canaan: $101,269.

  • New Haven: $94,671.

  • Darien: $72,732.

  • Stamford: $66,568.

  • Riverside: $48,155.

  • Ridgefield: $36,361.

  • Weston: $34,339.

  • Old Greenwich: $32,781.


Here’s how the candidates fared across the state:

  • Hillary Clinton: $819,658.

  • Jeb Bush: $531,350.

  • Marco Rubio: $80,546.

  • Lindsay Graham: $52,450.

  • Bernie Sanders: $52,335.

  • Rand Paul: $33,044.

  • Ben Carson: $27,240.

  • Ted Cruz: $22,947.

  • Martin O’Malley: $20,300.

  • Carly Fiorina: $14,800.

  • Rich Santorum: $14,300.

  • George Pataki: $4,450.

  • Mike Huckabee: $3,100.

  • Rick Perry: $3,000.

  • Bobby Jindal: $2,700.


Click here for FEC 2016 Presidential Campaign Finance information.