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The governor received over $3 million in campaign contributions from political action committees.
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Other donations came from political action committees controlled by firefighters and real estate agents, records show.
Giffords — wounded in a mass shooting in 2011 — formed her political action committee to support candidates favoring tighter restrictions on guns.
The political action committee for Murray Energy, another coal-mining company, gave $28,200 to many of the same candidates.
Facebook’s political action committee gave Cruz $3,500 in the 2012 election cycle but has not donated to him since.
This is true: McCabe’s wife, Jill McCabe, ran as a Democrat for the Virginia state Senate in 2015, and the political action committee of Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe gave her campaign $500,000 during her race.
His wife, Jill McCabe, a Democrat, ran for a seat in the Virginia State Senate in 2015, and the donations came from a political action committee controlled by Terry McAuliffe, a close friend of Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton.
In 2016, when the NRA spent $31 million either attacking Hillary Clinton or supporting the campaign of Donald Trump, its political action committee collected a little less than $1.5 million in its best fundraising month.
Federal Election Commission filings show the super political action committee formed last year to lay the groundwork for Republican Manjarres’ congressional campaign raised $323,000 in the first three months of 2018.
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POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE Defined for English Language Learners
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Definition of political action committee for English Language Learners
: a group that is formed to give money to the political campaigns of people who are likely to make decisions that would benefit the group's interests
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