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Topic - Judy Rader
A company looking to buy a Baltimore-based energy group that would make it the nation's largest competitive power supplier contributed $250,000 to the Democratic Governors Association, according to its IRS report released on Monday.
Exelon spokeswoman Judy Rader said the company's success depends on sound energy policies at the national, state and local levels.
"Exelon has specific criteria on which candidates and groups to support, including those who represent our service areas, who can impact energy policy through their roles, or who have stated their support for sound energy policy," Ms. Rader said in a statement. "In this case, Exelon's contribution supports the Democratic Governors Association's national energy policy symposium series taking place across the country."