Facebook employees as individuals have donated more than $114,000 to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton this election cycle, by far the most of any presidential candidate.
That is nearly $100,000 more than they donated to Marco Rubio, who had the second-most donations from employees of the social media giant. The Republican brought in $16,604 from Facebook employees before dropping out of the race in March.
The numbers are based on itemized contributions that candidates report to the Federal Election Commission.
The tally only reflects itemized contributions, so it is not a perfect reflection of the number of Facebook employees who donated. Candidates are not required to give information about contributions less than $200. For example, Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders has raised more than $182 million, but only about $66 million of those donations include information about the people who donated.