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Revision as of 16:28, 15 July 2013




House Majority PAC
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Party:Democratic
Website:http://www.thehousemajoritypac.com/

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The House Majority PAC is a Super-PAC with the goal to "help win back the House Majority for Democrats.".[1] The organization is a successor to a parent group, the America's Families First Action Fund. "[1]

The mission of the organization listed on its official Facebook page reads:[2]

"House Majority PAC's mission is to help Democrats regain and hold U.S. House seats by competing with the outside groups on the Right and working with progressive allies."[2]

2012 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the House Majority PAC spent $30,752,440 on the 2012 elections. Of those funds, 54.38 percent achieved the desired result, based on Sunlight Foundation analysis.[3]

Pre-election

As of May 23, 2012, House Majority PAC had raised $5,890,789 and spent $3,967,110; of that spending, $3,085,204 was in independent expenditures.[4]

The PAC announced on July 10 that its second-quarter 2012 receipts totaled $4.3 million.[5]

In October 2012, the PAC announced $8.4 million of ads in nine states targeted Republican candidates. The nine states are Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, Ohio, Connecticut, and Nevada.[6]

Targeted incumbents

According to Open Secrets.org, the House Majority PAC has spent a grand total of $1,798,141 as of April 10, 2012 on the U.S. House elections. All of the spending has been against Republican candidates.[7]
Details of that spending can be seen in the chart below.

Name State Status Total Spent
Charles Bass New Hampshire Incumbent $68,831
Ann Marie Buerkle New York Incumbent $6,694
Francisco Canseco Texas Incumbent $7,775
Robert Cornilles Oregon Challenger $297,662
Jane Corwin New York Challenger $373,566
Chip Cravaack Minnesota Incumbent $92,472
Rick Crawford Arkansas Incumbent $14,941
Sean Duffy Wisconsin Incumbent $83,187
Blake Farenthold Texas Incumbent $7,022
Paul Gosar Arizona Incumbent $8,936
Tim Griffin Arkansas Incumbent $61,861
Joe Heck Nevada Incumbent $43,848
Bill Johnson Ohio Incumbent $24,980
Steven King Iowa Incumbent $9,234
Tom Latham Iowa Incumbent $394,744
Dan Lungren California Incumbent $77,577
Bobby Schilling Illinois Incumbent $10,135
Scott Tipton Colorado Incumbent $30,459
Bob Turner New York Incumbent $163,412
Allen West Florida Incumbent $20,805

Donors

The top 5 donors to the House Majority PAC as of April 10, 2012 are as follows.[8]

Name Total
Teamsters Union $420,000
Laborers Union $350,000
International Assn of Fire Fighters $250,000
Newsweb Corp $250,000
Service Employees International Union $235,000

Billionaire investor George Soros donated $75,000 to the PAC in 2010.[9]

Campaign ads


January 2012 ad about Tom Latham

January 2012 ad about Rob Cornilles

October 2011 ad about Bill Johnson

Recent news

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