A few weeks ago we pointed out that 95% of law professors that have made a campaign contributions donated their money to Barack Obama. Those professors teach at some of the top law schools in the country.
But what about the 5% of professors that have contributed to John McCain? It has been previously reported that only Northwestern faculty favored McCain over Obama (regional rivalary between Northwestern and the University of Chicago?). Paul Caron over at TaxProf Blog tells us where to find law professors for McCain:
* Pepperdine: 100% ($3,250) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* South Texas: 100% ($1,020) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Liberty: 100% ($555) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Faulkner: 100% ($350) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Marquette: 100% ($303) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Oklahoma City: 100% ($255) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Chapman: 100% ($250) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* Ohio Northern: 100% ($250) to Republicans, 0 to Democrats
* George Mason: 81.7% ($4,450) to Republicans, 18.3% ($1,000) to Democrats
* Duquesne: 78.9% ($1,500) to Republicans, 21.1% ($400) to Democrats
* St. Louis: 77.3% ($850) to Republicans, 22.7% ($250) to Democrats
* Syracuse: 50.2% ($700) to Republicans, 49.8% ($695) to Democrats
* Alabama: 50.0% ($250) to Republicans, 50.0% ($250) to Democrats
A few tipsters offered an explanation for why the Northwestern faculty favored McCain:
The Northwestern numbers are so skewed to the GOP side because of two profs, Calabresi and McGinnis. The former was my 1L Con Law prof and, despite being incredibly wrong on many issues, is one of the nicest professors I’ve ever had. The latter is moonbat insane.
What about these other schools? Pepperdine professors have contributed more than the maximum individual contribution, so there are at least a couple of McCain supporters out in Malibu. Any idea why the 3-1-0 skews towards McCain?
McCain Law Schools [Tax Prof Blog]