Wicker and Thompson owe money to receiver in Stanford Ponzi scheme

Political groups and politicians have not returned more than $1.8 million in tainted campaign donations received from entities and individuals linked to the alleged Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme, according to the court-appointed receiver in the civil case against Stanford.

Ralph Janvey, the receiver, said only $87,800 had been returned by politicians. Letters requesting the money be returned went out 11 months ago.

The donations were linked to Stanford personally, Stanford International Bank Ltd., Stanford Group Co., Stanford Capital Management LLC, and Stanford executives James M. Davis and Laura Pendergest-Holt and certain entities they own or control, Janvey said.

Here is a list of donations that have not been returned. (The numerals are dollar amounts):

950,000 Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
238,500 National Republican Congressional Committee
202,000 Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
128,500 Republican National Committee
83,345 National Republican Senatorial Committee
25,000 Rangel Victory Fund
10,000 New Jersey Democratic State Committee
10,000 Representative Pete Sessions (R-TX)
6,600 Representative Gregory Meeks (D-NY)
6,100 Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL)
5,000 Americans for a Republic Majority PAC
5,000 Delegate Donna Christensen (D-USVI)
5,000 Representative Charles Gonzalez (D-TX)
5,000 KPAC (affiliated with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson of Texas)
5,000 Lone Star Fund
5,000 Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY)
5,000 Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS)
2,300 Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS)
4,600 Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) (presidential campaign)
2,500 Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS)

Receiver In Allen Stanford Ponzi Case Says Politicians Have Not Returned More Than $1.8 Million In Tainted Contributions