Google, Apple, Microsoft employees have raised $435k for Bernie Sanders

Employees in the Silicon Valley know who they're voting for, according to Fortune.

Thus far, employees at three California companies have raised around $435,000 for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Employees from Google's Alphabet have raised more than $250,000, workers at Microsoft have raised $100,000 and Apple employees have raised more than $85,000.

In addition, two other Silicon Valley-based companies have been fiscally supportive of Sen. Sanders' campaign. Amazon employees have donated around $63,000, while workers from Intel have raised $42,000.

The other presidential candidates aren't getting as much love from employers in the Valley. No other candidate — not even Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton — has earned as much from donors whose employers are in the Silicon Valley, according to the report.

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