Spend a week eating brunch and carousing nighttime haunts in our nation's capital, and it becomes clear that money greases the wheels of governance. What's less obvious, however, is exactly where the money comes from.

Using data from the Center for Responsive Politics, the following presentation reveals one of the largest sources, JPMorgan Chase , which is the third biggest corporate contributor in the country.

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