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Revision as of 10:11, 22 February 2014


Government Integrity Fund
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Chairman:William M. Todd, Treasurer
Party:Republican
Year created:July 2011
Website:http://www.governmentintegrityfundactionnetwork.com/

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Super PACs

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Government Integrity Fund is a Super PAC that "believes that our state and nation need leaders who will support policies to foster economic growth and opportunity, limit the size and scope of government and promote individual freedom and responsibility."[1]

2014 elections

No candidates have yet been supported by independent expenditures during the 2014 cycle.[2]

2012 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the Government Integrity Fund spent $2,431,748.00 on the 2012 elections. [3] The Government Integrity Fund supported 1 candidate and targeted 2 others. None of the funds spent in the 2012 election cycle produced the desired result.Open Secrets also analyzed the success of 2012 general election cycle spending:[4]

The success rate of Government Integrity Fund's 2012 spending.

Endorsed candidates

Government Integrity Fund endorsed the following candidates for the 2012 election[5]:

Candidate Party State Office Expenditures
Josh Mandel Republican Party Ohio Senate $1,300,000

Targets

Government Integrity Fund targeted certain politicians for defeat in 2012:[6]

Candidate Party State Office Expenditures
Elizabeth Esty Democratic Party Connecticut House $1,099,998
Barack Obama Democratic Party N/A Presidential $31,750

Expenditures

2012 election cycle

As of April 11, 2013, the grand total Government Integrity Fund spent in the 2012 election was cycle was $2,431,748: $0 for Democrats, $1,131,748 against Democrats, $1,300,000 for Republicans, and $0 against Republicans. [6]

Top Government Integrity Fund expenditures in 2012[6]
Candidate Party State Office Total For Against Desired Result
Josh Mandel Republican Party OH Senate $1,300,000 $1,300,000 $0
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Elizabeth Esty Democratic Party CT House $1,099,998 $0 $1,099,998
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Barack Obama Democratic Party N/A Presidential $31,750 $0 $31,750
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Campaign ads


May 2012 ad "Future"

August 2012 ad "Taxpayers"

August 2012 ad "Young Sherrod"

Donors

Organizations

The top donors to the Government Integrity Fund during the 2012 election cycle were[7]:

Top Donors to Government Integrity Fund, 2012[7]
Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations
Government Integrity Fund $1,331,750 $0 $1,331,750
Hertog Foundation $10,000 $10,000 $0

Industries

The top industries donating to the Government Integrity Fund during the 2012 election cycle were[8]:

Top Donors to Government Integrity Fund, 2012[8]
Industry Total From Individuals From Organizations
Republican/Conservative $1,341,750 $10,000 $1,331,750
Food & Beverage $5,000 $5,000 $0

See also

Recent news

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External links


References