That's for 2016. Again the link, so that you can try another year. John Podesta chaired the Hillary Clinton campaign.
For, example, 2012, and oh look - Sallie Mae
Tepid Clinton committment to student debt burdens bothered some this last presidential cycle, so, an experiment;
Sallie Mae, lobbyist spending, 2008 vs 2009, and is there any apparent difference to the untrained eye?
Hint to that 2008/2009 "any difference"question, two words:
CHANGE -and- HOPE
John Podesta mentioned in this Young Turks item. Some see party cohesion as the single most critical factor facing the Democratic Party into the near future, and argue for it above other considerations. In an earlier hour-long video highlighted here, Ellison noted at one point how important it was when Hubert Humphrey, a Minnesotan like Ellison, renounced the Dixiecrats as not belonging in the house. The big tent was not so big as to continue to allow a wrongful segment. Party cohesion and party reform are not the same, and at times can pull in differing directions. What's best, we all sing Kumbaya around the campfire, or not that stuff anymore, not on my watch, and I am running for watchman?