Corporate lawyer David Harmer has come full circle with former employer and Wall Street bank J.P. Morgan Chase underwriting the final days of his third campaign for Congress with a $5,000 campaign contribution.
Following a career spent at a debt collection agency, a credit card company, and a predatory lender, corporate lawyer David Harmer signed on in 2008 as a senior executive at Wall Street bank J.P. Morgan Chase.
J.P. Morgan Chase received $25 billion in bailout funds and David Harmer walked away with a golden parachute of almost $160,000. Then, he collected over $7,000 in unemployment benefits.
Now David Harmer is looking once more to his former employer for a bailout. Just days ago, he accepted a $5,000 contribution from J.P. Morgan Chase to fund the final days of his campaign.