Political Party/527

One for All Committee

Website:

oneforallcommittee.org/

Type:

527 Organization

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The One for All Committee is a left-of-center SuperPAC that attempts to target and engage “moderate” women to support Democratic Party candidates for public office. 1 2 3

It receives financial support from major Democratic Party donors including Karla Jurvetson, Reid Hoffman, George Soros, the Sixteen Thirty Fund, the American Federation of Teachers, The New Media Firm, WorkMoney, Merle Chambers, ActBlue, and others. 4

Background

The One for All committee is a SuperPAC that claims to target so-called “moderate” women in support of Democratic political candidates. 5 6 However, the polling research that One for All publishes focuses solely on “white women” across a variety of political backgrounds. 7

In the 2022 election cycle, the OpenSecrets database reported that all the spending that One for All reported to election finance authorities was made either in favor of Democratic candidates or in opposition to Republican candidates. 8

Political Activities

On its website, the One for All Committee says it supported the campaigns of President Joe Biden; U.S. Senate candidates John Fetterman (D-PA), Tim Ryan (D-OH), and Mandela Barnes (D-WI); and Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz. 9 Biden, Fetterman and Protasiewicz won their campaigns, while Ryan and Barnes lost. 10

According to federal election filings, One for All also supported the 2022 reelection campaign of U.S. Rep. Greg Landsman (D-OH). 11

Spending

In the 2019-2020 election cycle, One for All raised $2,483,156 and spent $2,323,593. 12

In the 2020-2022 cycle, One for All raised $3,916,939 and spent $3,865,744. 13 In that cycle, One for All reported spending $2,342,907.93 to support then-Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes’s (D) unsuccessful campaign to unseat incumbent U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI).  14 15

As of April 2024, in the 2023-2024 election cycle, One for All had raised $4,482,616 and spent $1,751,609 .16

Funding

The largest single donation reported to the Federal Election Commission by the One for All Committee was $2,660,000 in October 2022 from Democratic Party financier and activist Karla Jurvetson, the wife of businessman and investor Steve Jurvetson. 17

One for All also receives significant funding from LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, who has given the SuperPAC a reported $1,703,500. 18

In February 2024, One for All received $1 million from Democracy PAC, a SuperPAC primarily funded by Democratic financier George Soros. 19

References

  1. “Past Campaigns.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/campaigns/past-campaigns/.
  2. “Home.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/.
  3. Schmad, Robert. “Soros PAC Bets Big on White Women to Deliver 2024 Victory for Democrats.” The Daily Caller, April 17, 2024. https://dailycaller.com/2024/04/17/soros-pac-white-women-democrats/.
  4. “Browse Individual Contributions.” Federal Election Commission. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00752691.
  5. “Past Campaigns.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/campaigns/past-campaigns/.
  6. “Home.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/.
  7. “Research.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/research/.
  8. “One for All Cmte Outside Spending.” OpenSecrets. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.opensecrets.org/outside-spending/detail/2022?cmte=C00752691&tab=summary.
  9. “Past Campaigns.” One For All Committee. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://oneforallcommittee.org/campaigns/past-campaigns/.
  10. “Wisconsin Supreme Court Elections, 2023.” Ballotpedia. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://ballotpedia.org/Wisconsin_Supreme_Court_elections,_2023
  11. “Browse Independent Expenditures.” FEC.gov. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.fec.gov/data/independent-expenditures/?data_type=processed&q_spender=C00752691&cycle=2022&is_notice=true&candidate_id=H2OH01194&support_oppose_indicator=S.
  12. “PAC Profile: One for All Cmte.” OpenSecrets. Accessed April 29, 2024. . https://www.opensecrets.org/political-action-committees-pacs/C00752691/summary/2020
  13. “PAC Profile: One for All Cmte.” OpenSecrets. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.opensecrets.org/political-action-committees-pacs/C00752691/summary/2022.
  14. [1] “Browse Independent Expenditures.” Federal Election Commission. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.fec.gov/data/independent-expenditures/?data_type=processed&q_spender=C00752691&is_notice=true&most_recent=true&candidate_id=S2WI00441.
  15. “United States Senate Election in Wisconsin, 2022.” Ballotpedia. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://ballotpedia.org/United_States_Senate_election_in_Wisconsin,_2022.
  16. “PAC Profile: One for All Cmte.” OpenSecrets. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.opensecrets.org/political-action-committees-pacs/C00752691/summary/2024.
  17. “Browse Individual Contributions.” Federal Election Commission. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00752691.
  18. “Browse Individual Contributions.” Federal Election Commission. Accessed April 29, 2024. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00752691.
  19. “REPORT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Other Than An Authorized Committee.” Federal Election Commission, April 15, 2024. https://docquery.fec.gov/pdf/583/202404159627984583/202404159627984583.pdf.
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