(sub. req.) crunches the numbers and finds that the Citizens United Political Victory Fund has given almost $200,000 to candidates in 2010 races, all to Republicans.
, which is behind the Citizens United
Supreme Court decision that opened the door for campaign contributions directly from corporations, donated thousands to conservative and tea party-type candidates.
Citizens United donated $71,000 to Senate candidates and $128,500 to those on the House side. That includes $10,000 to J.D. Hayworth, who's challenging Sen. John McCain from the right, another $10,000 to Rep. Mark Kirk, who's running for Senate in Illinois and $5,000 to ultra-conservative Sharron Angle in Nevada.