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The governor received over million in campaign contributions from political action committees.
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Liu, who works in Massachusetts, donated $110 to ActBlue, a Democratic political action committee, the same week that Watkins launched his campaign.
According to her campaign, Ms. James raised approximately $416,000 from individual donors and more than $555,000 from political action committees, unions and limited liability corporations.
Clarke took a job with a political action committee, or PAC, supporting President Donald Trump's policies.
Comprehensive Health has not been politically active, with no political action committees in its name, according to OpenSecrets, a nonprofit site that tracks money in politics.
Bartos previously served on the board of Asher’s political action committee, PA Future Fund.
Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic socialist, ran for office with an entirely progressive platform and by rejecting donations from corporate political action committees (PACs).
In 2016, Texas billionaire John Arnold almost entirely funded a political action committee, Common Sense Leadership for America, that existed only for a few months and was solely involved in the race for Central Florida’s District 9 open seat.
Indeed, Trump invited Lewandowski, now an outside adviser to the president who also works for Vice President Mike Pence's political action committee, as well as former deputy campaign manager David Bossie, along for the ride to Las Vegas.
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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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