By Dan Primack
August 13, 2012

FORTUNE — Rep. Paul Ryan may now be on a political ticket with private equity’s favorite candidate, but he hasn’t personally received too much campaign support from the industry.

According to a review of Federal Election Commission records, Ryan only has raised $15,250 from private equity and venture capital investment professionals during the most recent election cycle. That’s out of more than $3 million that Ryan has raised from individuals.

Here are the largest contributors from that group:

  • Marc Andreessen (Andreessen Horowitz): $5,000
  • William Spell (Spell Capital): $4,000
  • Jonathan Coslet (TPG Capital): $2,500

Both Andreessen and Coslet also have contributed to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign.

Other PE/VC firms with Ryan backers include Aaven Equity Partners, Baird Venture Partners, Black Diamond Capital Management, Providence Equity Partners, Silver Point Capital and Waveland Ventures.

Ryan also received a $1,000 donation from VenturePAC, a political action committee managed by The National Venture Capital Association. Overall, he raised more than $1 million from PACs and other committees.

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