DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - A New York Times list of 158 families that have donated nearly half the money so far for the 2016 presidential race includes a single Coloradan.
She is Patricia Stryker, a Fort Collins medical-technology heiress, philanthropist and winery owner who is a frequent backer of liberal causes.
The Times says Stryker has donated some $750,000 so far to groups involved in the race for the White House.
Forbes last month said Stryker has given $750,000 to two political action committees that support Hillary Clinton's presidential bid, in addition to a $300,000 gift to a PAC promoting campaign finance reform -- a cause which just might preclude her big gifts to promote presidential races in the future.
The magazine estimates that Pat Stryker, 59, is worth $2.3 billion. She is the grandchild of Homer Stryker, who founded the medical technology company Stryker Corp. She owns California's Stryker Sonoma winery.
Find out the 158 top donors: http://bit.ly/1Ms43yv.
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