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According to the ''Sunlight Foundation'', the Ending Spending Action Fund had  $861.57 cash-on-hand as of December 31, 2012.<ref name="sun">[http://reporting.sunlightfoundation.com/outside-spenders/2014/committee/ending-spending-fund/C00489856/ ''Sunlight Foundation'' "Ending Spending Action Fund" Accessed July 10, 2013]</ref>
 
According to the ''Sunlight Foundation'', the Ending Spending Action Fund had  $861.57 cash-on-hand as of December 31, 2012.<ref name="sun">[http://reporting.sunlightfoundation.com/outside-spenders/2014/committee/ending-spending-fund/C00489856/ ''Sunlight Foundation'' "Ending Spending Action Fund" Accessed July 10, 2013]</ref>
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* Ending Spending spent about $750,000 in the [[North Carolina's 3rd Congressional District elections, 2014|Republican primary in North Carolina's 3rd U.S. House district]], opposing incumbent [[Walter Jones]] and supporting challenger [[Taylor Griffin]].<ref name=os>[http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2014/05/hot-races-2014-in-nc-outside-groups-work-to-oust-wayward-gop-incumbent.html ''Open Secrets'', "Hot Races 2014: In N.C., Outside Groups Work to Oust Wayward GOP Incumbent", May 2, 2014]</ref> Brian Baker, the president of [[Ending Spending Action Fund|Ending Spending]], said, "For us, it was an easy and obvious choice to oppose Mr. Jones. He has voted with President Obama more than any other Republican in the House of Representatives."<ref name=natr>[http://www.nationalreview.com/article/375455/north-carolina-new-front-gops-foreign-policy-civil-war-eliana-johnson ''National Review'', "North Carolina: The New Front in the GOP’s Foreign-Policy Civil War", April 10, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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==2012 elections==

Revision as of 15:40, 2 May 2014

Ending Spending Action Fund
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President:Brian Baker
Chairman:Joe Ricketts, founder
Party:Republican
Affiliated with:Ending Spending
Website:http://endingspendingfund.com/

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Ending Spending Action Fund is a Super PAC and independent organization that "supports candidates regardless of party affiliation who favor enhancing free enterprise, reducing the size of government, and balancing our nation's budget... and strongly opposes candidates who do not."[1]

2014 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the Ending Spending Action Fund had $861.57 cash-on-hand as of December 31, 2012.[2]

Targeted candidates

2012 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the Club for Growth Action PAC spent $13,250,796 on the 2012 elections.[5] Of those funds, 15.3 percent achieved the desired result.[6][7]

The success rate of Ending Spending Action Fund's 2012 spending.

Endorsed candidates

Ending Spending Action Fund endorsed the following candidates for the 2012 election[8]:

Targeted candidates

Ending Spending Action Fund targeted the following candidates for the 2012 election:[9]

Expenditures

2012 election cycle

As of April 11, 2013, the grand total the Ending Spending Action Fund had spent in the 2012 election was cycle was $13,250,766: $0 for Democrats, $6,674,460 against Democrats, $6,452,125 for Republicans, and $124,181 against Republicans.[3]

Top 10 largest Ending Spending Action Fund expenditures in 2012[3]
Candidate Party State Office Total For Against Desired Result
Barack Obama Democratic Party N/A President $5,172,804 $0 $5,172,804
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Mitt Romney Republican Party N/A President $4,737,866 $4,737,866 $0
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Deb Fischer Republican Party NE Senate $856,735 $856,735 $0
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Bob Kerrey Democratic Party NE Senate $653,776 $0 $653,776
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Josh Mandel Republican Party OH Senate $416,289 $416,289 $0
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Sherrod Brown Democratic Party OH Senate $402,680 $0 $402,680
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Richard Carmona Democratic Party AZ Senate $310,250 $0 $310,250
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Jeff Flake Republican Party AZ Senate $275,572 $275,572 $0
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Ted Cruz Republican Party TX Senate $162,156 $162,156 $0
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Tim Kaine Democratic Party VA Senate $134,950 $0 $134,950
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Jon Bruning Republican Party NE Senate $124,181 $0 $124,181
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Connie Mack Republican Party FL Senate $1,372 $1,372 $0
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George Allen Republican Party VA Senate $735 $735 $0
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Richard Mourdock Republican Party IN Senate $662 $662 $0
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Tommy Thompson Republican Party WI Senate $549 $549 $0
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Dean Heller Republican Party NV Senate $189 $189 $0
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Campaign ads


October 2012 ad about Jeff Flake

October 2012 ad about Richard Carmona

October 2012 ad about Deb Fischer

October 2012 ad about Bob Kerrey

October 2012 ad about Bob Kerrey

October 2012 ad about Josh Mandel

October 2012 ad about Sherrod Brown

October 2012 ad about Tim Kaine and Barack Obama

October 2012 ad about Sherrod Brown and Barack Obama

Donors

Organizations

The top 5 donors to the Ending Spending Action Fund during the 2012 election cycle were[10]:

Top 5 Donors to Ending Spending Action Fund, 2012[10]
Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations
Hugo Enterprises $12,250,000 $12,250,000 $0
Adelson Drug Clinic $575,000 $575,000 $0
Las Vegas Sands $575,000 $575,000 $0
Ending Spending $193,769 $0 $$193,769
Financial Education & Advocacy Initiative $100,000 $0 $100,000

Industries

The top 5 industries donating to the Ending Spending Action Fund during the 2012 election cycle were[11]:

Top 5 Donors to Ending Spending Action Fund, 2012[11]
Industry Total From Individuals From Organizations
Business Services $12,250,000 $12,250,000 $0
Casinos/Gambling $575,000 $575,000 $0
Health Professionals $575,000 $575,000 $0
Misc. Business $350,000 $350,000 $0
Misc. Issues $193,769 $0 $193,769

Recent news

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See also

External links


References