L to R: Peter Thiel, Paul Singer, Frank VanderSloot, Joe Ricketts, Ken Griffin, John Paulson
Thiel, singer, Mcnair and Paulson all via Getty Images; Ricketts and Vandersloot: AP photo; Griffin: cnbc/nbcu photo bank
By Tory Newmyer
June 11, 2015

With looser finance rules and an ever-widening GOP field, the 2016 presidential race is already awash in cash. But while mega-donors like the Kochs and Sheldon Adelson stage mini-primaries for their support, less famous backers are increasingly vying for their own piece of kingmaking glory. Here, the contest’s most sought-after targets.

 

 

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