Sports figures who have made political donations

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(AP)—Some sports figures who have made political donations for this year’s elections:

•Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow, $1,500 to the Obama Victory Fund

•New York Giants co-owner Jonathan Tisch, $35,800 to Obama Victory Fund

•New York Knicks guard Baron Davis, $7,500 to Obama Victory Fund

•Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni, $5,000 to President Barack Obama

•Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew, $500 to Obama

•Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge, $2,500 to Romney

•Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis, $35,800 to Obama Victory Fund

•NBA commissioner David Stern, $30,800 to DSCC

•Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, $10,000 to DSCC

•Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, $2,500 to Romney and $10,000 to National Republican Congressional Committee

•New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, $2,500 to Romney; $5,000 to Romney’s PAC

•Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, $2,500 to Perry; $2,500 to Romney

•Atlanta Braves senior vice president and Hall-of-Fame slugger Hank Aaron, $1,000 to Florida Democratic congressional candidate Lois Frankel

(Source: Federal  Election Commission records reviewed by The Associated Press)

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