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Revision as of 16:31, 10 October 2013


Women Vote!
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President:Stephanie Schriock
Party:Democratic
Year created:1995
Website:Official website

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Super PACs

American Bridge 21st CenturyAmerican CrossroadsAmerican Unity PACCampaign for Primary AccountabilityClub for Growth ActionCongressional Leadership FundCooperative of American Physicians IE CommitteeCrossroads GenerationEnding Spending Action FundEndorse LibertyFair Share ActionFreedomWorks for AmericaGovernment Integrity FundHouse Majority PACIndependence USA FundLeague of Conservation VotersLiberty for All PACMajority PACNational Association of RealtorsNEA Advocacy FundNextGen Climate ActionNow or Never PACPlanned Parenthood VotesReady for HillaryRepublicans for a Prosperous AmericaRestore America's Voice PACSEIU Pea-FederalWomen Vote!Workers' Voice

Women Vote! is a Super PAC focused on helping candidates who support women's reproductive rights. It is the political action arm of the EMILY's List, a progressive women's organization whose mission is "to educate and mobilize women voters on behalf of pro-choice Democratic women candidates and Democrats up and down the ballot."[1]

2014 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, as of June 30, 2013, the PAC had $101,477.79 cash on hand and reported $0 in independent expenditures during the 2014 cycle. On top of this, the organization had also made $392,624.10 in contributions.[2]

Endorsed candidates

2013 elections

Endorsed candidates

2012 elections

2012

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the Women Vote! PAC spent $7,750,051 on the 2012 federal elections. Of those funds, 80.18 percent achieved the desired result, based on Sunlight Foundation analysis. The PAC spent 7.17% of funds supporting 5 winning candidates and 73.01% opposing 11 losing candidates.[4] Open Secrets also analyzed the success of 2012 general election cycle spending:[5]

The success rate of Women Vote!'s 2012 spending.

Expenditures

Women Vote! spent a grand total of $7,749,991 in the 2012 federal elections. Of that money, $1,736,813 was spent for Democrats, $70,675 was against Democrats, $0 was for Republicans, and $5,942,503 was used against Republicans. [5]

Top 10 largest Women Vote! expenditures in 2012[6]
Candidate Party State Office Total For Against Desired Result
Tommy Thompson Republican Party WI Senate $2,637,521 $0 $2,637,521
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Dean Heller Republican Party NV Senate $940,750 $0 $940,750
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Todd Akin Republican Party MO Senate $532,089 $0 $532,089
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Scott Brown Republican Party MA Senate $409,942 $0 $409,942
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Bobby Schilling Republican Party IL House $248,391 $0 $248,391
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Jonathan Paton Republican Party AZ House $232,508 $0 $232,508
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Daniel Webster Republican Party FL House $168,357 $0 $168,357
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Eric Hovde Republican Party WI Senate $121,116 $0 $121,116
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John Koster Republican Party WA House $111,408 $0 $111,408
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Vernon Parker Republican Party AZ House $99,953 $0 $99,953
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Donors

Organizations

The top 5 donors to Women Vote! during the 2012 election cycle were:[7]

Top 5 Donors to Women Vote!, 2012[7]
Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations
Newsweb Corp $750,000 $750,000 $0
Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund $500,000 $0 $500,000
International Computer Science Institute $330,000 $330,000 $0
America Votes $311,000 $0 $311,000
Teamsters Union $220,000 $0 $200,000

Industries

The top 5 industries donating to Women Vote! during the 2012 election cycle were:[8]

Top 5 Donors to Women Vote!, 2012[9]
Industry Total From Individuals From Organizations
Retired $1,153,565 $1,153,565 $0
Printing & Publishing $976,150 $976,150 $0
Human Rights $757,500 $57,500 $700,000
Democratic/Liberal $426,229 $750 $425,479
Non-Profit Institutions $375,300 $375,300 $0

Recent news

This section displays the most recent stories in a google news search for the term "Women+Vote!+Political+Action+Committee"

All stories may not be relevant to this organization due to the nature of the search engine.

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External links

EMILY's List links

References