Political action committees (PACs) and executives connected to the nuclear power industry have been channeling money to the campaign coffers of GOP presidential candidate George W. Bush, according to an analysis by FECInfo, an organization that tracks campaign money. Since January 1999, 20 PACs set up by electric companies with nuclear power plants have given Bush $61,670, while Al Gore has received nothing from the companies because he doesn’t accept PAC money. Also, 17 board members of the Nuclear Energy Institute have made personal donations to Bush, totaling $37,000. Bush critics say the donations suggest the candidate is sympathetic to nuclear industry officials who want to permanently store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain in Nevada. Bush supporters argue that he will be unswayed by campaign money.