Jan 9, 2021 - Politics & Policy

Biden Inaugural Committee reveals Google and Microsoft among donors

Joe Biden delivers remarks as Kamala Harris looks on before announcing his choices for attorney general and other leaders of the Justice Department at The Queen theater January 07

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The Biden Inaugural Committee published Saturday a list of donors that gave over $200 to President-elect Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration events — with Boeing, Google, Microsoft, Verizon and Comcast among the big-name contributors.

The big picture: The committee didn't disclose the donation amounts. The Federal Election Commission requires it to do so within 90 days following Inauguration Day. The committee has asked people to stay away during inaugural festivities, which will feature a "virtual parade across America," due to the pandemic.

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