The House Majority PAC is a Super-PAC with the goal to "help win back the House Majority for Democrats.". The organization is a successor to a parent group, the America's Families First Action Fund. "
The mission of the organization listed on its official Facebook page reads:
"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."
House Majority PAC had $1,056,405.29 cash-on-hand as of May 27, 2013. On July 8, 2013 it reported raising more than $3 million in the first half of 2013.
According to the Sunlight Foundation, the House Majority PAC spent $30,752,440 on the 2012 elections. Of those funds, 70.66 percent achieved the desired result, based on Sunlight Foundation analysis.Open Secrets also analyzed the success of 2012 general election cycle spending:
The success rate of House Majority PAC's 2012 spending.
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.
The PAC announced on July 10 that its second-quarter 2012 receipts totaled $4.3 million.
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.
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.
Details of that spending can be seen in the chart below.
House Majority PAC spent a grand total of $30,470,122 in the 2012 election. Of that money, $845,144 was spent for Democrats, $0 was against Democrats, $0 was for Republicans, and $29,624,978 was used against Republicans.
Top 10 largest House Majority PAC expenditures in 2012