Hillary Clinton collected more campaign contributions from Western New Yorkers in her 2016 presidential bid than any other presidential candidate. She took in $423,000. Marco Rubio collected more than $195,000; followed by Jeb Bush, more than $154,000; and Bernie Sanders, more than $110,000; among others.

The average campaign contribution to Sanders was $56, the lowest of any candidate. Bush's average contribution was $2,116, the highest.

In all, the candidates received more than 4,800 contributions of varying amounts from Western New Yorkers, who contributed slightly more than $1 million in all.

To see who contributed, use our search box to look up donors by their city or ZIP code and by who they contributed to. Or type in a a donor's full or partial last name in the contributor field.

The information comes from the Federal Election Commission and includes all contributions made in 2015 and also the first two months of 2016.