Crossroads Generation is a Super PAC that aims to attract younger voters to the GOP. It was founded in 2012 as a joint venture by American Crossroads, the College Republican National Committee, the Young Republican National Federation, and the Republican State Leadership Committee. The PAC focuses on the growing national debt and student loan debts and how they negatively impact high school and college graduates.
Crossroads Generation has yet to spend any money in support or opposition of candidates in the 2014 elections.
In the 2012 elections, Crossroads Generation spent a total of $500,415; all of it was spent on the presidential race. Of those funds, $295,480 went to supporting Mitt Romney, and the remaining $204,935 was spent opposing Barack Obama. Open Secrets analyzed the success of 2012 general election cycle spending:
The success rate of Crossroads Generation' 2012 spending.
Crossroads Generation - "The Poster"
Crossroads Generation - Dollar Saved Club
Crossroads Generation - Vote Responsibly
Crossroads Generation - Not Working
Crossroads Generation - Blank check, please!
Crossroads Generation - A 60-Second Primer on Taxes
Crossroads Generation - Join the Movement
Crossroads Generation - Not Our Debt
Crossroads Generation - Broken Promises
The top 5 donors to Crossroads Generation during the 2012 election cycle were:
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