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Labor Union Political Committees Contribute Heavily in March

The political committees of several national labor organizations moved large amounts of political contributions to federal candidates and committees during March, according to early reports.  

The American Federation of Teachers AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education  reported  contributing $898,000 to federal candidates and committees. This included $250,000 to the Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC, and $100,000 to the House Majority PAC, another super PAC. They also made a non-federal contribution of $300,000 to the Democratic Governors Association.  

Operating Engineers Union PAC Gives Out More than $750K

An international labor union has reported giving out more than $750,000 to federal candidates and committees during February.  

The PAC of the International Union of Operating Engineers reported it contributed $769,500 to federal candidates and committees during February. The PAC gave $419,500 to candidates, leadership PACs, and political party committees. The PAC gave $350,000 to Super PACs.