Feb. 9, 2016 SIGN IN | REGISTER

Politicians Create Record Number of Joint Fundraising Committees

1. Cantor Joint Fundraising Committee, $2,913,088, benefiting Cantor for Congress, Every Republican Is Crucial, the 7th District Republican Committee and the NRCC2. Reid Victory Fund, $2,214,243, benefiting Friends For Harry Reid and the Nevada State Democratic Party3. House Senate Victory Fund, $2,003,453, a joint committee of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee4. Pennsylvania Senate Victory 2010, $1,935,400, by the DSCC and Citizens for Arlen Specter5. California Victory 2010, $1,760,051, benefiting Friends of Barbara Boxer and the Democratic National Committee6. California Senate 2010, $1,664,337, supporting Friends of Barbara Boxer, the DSCC and the Democratic State Central Committee of California Federal7. U.S. Senate Victory Committee, $1,240,908, benefiting Friends of Kelly Ayotte, Friends of Roy Blunt, Jane Norton for Colorado, the Portman for Senate Committee, Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate, Simmons for Senate and the Toomey for Senate Committee8. Senate-House Dinner 2009, $1,105,224, a joint effort of the NRCC and the National Republican Senatorial Committee9. Boxer Victory Fund, $1,058,241, supporting Friends of Barbara Boxer and the DSCC10. U.S. Senate Victory Committee 2010, $1,035,727, benefiting Boozman for Arkansas, Dan Coats for Indiana, Carly for California, the Portman for Senate Committee, Rossi for Senate, Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate and the Toomey for Senate Committee

comments powered by Disqus




Want Roll Call on your doorstep?