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The governor received over $3 million in campaign contributions from political action committees.
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Corry Bliss, who runs the Congressional Leadership Fund, a political action committee aligned with Ryan, confirmed that his group will replicate the anti-Pelosi strategy across the country.
The below table used data from PoliticalMoneyLine and the Center for Responsive Politics to tally donations the National Rifle Association's political action committee has made to the campaigns of current Ohio members of Congress.
And Kentucky Family Values, a Democratic political action committee, has paid for radio ads touting Belcher as a Christian and a retired educator.
FarmPAC, the political action committee of the influential Alabama Farmers Federation, endorsed Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, for re-election on Tuesday.
That includes $63,500 from political action committees representing mainly party groups.
McCabe’s wife, a Democrat, had received several hundred thousand dollars in donations from a political action committee controlled by a close friend of Clinton for her unsuccessful Virginia state Senate bid in 2015.
Created to help congressional candidates — through donations and campaign appearances — the political action committee also helps Pence build his own brand and strengthen already strong ties with Congress.
The political action committee for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who is considering a run for president, is running ads coinciding with Trump's arrival.
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: 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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