Political Parties/527 (Page 3)


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    CREDO Mobile Super PAC

    CREDO Mobile Super PAC is no longer in operation; for its successor, see CREDO Victory Fund The CREDO Mobile Super PAC was founded in 2012 by CREDO Mobile as part of the company’s mission to support left-of-center causes. The PAC raised millions during the 2012 and 2014 election
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    Defeat by Tweet

    Defeat by Tweet is a Democratic-aligned super PAC that allows liberal donors to sign up to contribute as little as 1 cent to political organizers in battleground states for each time President Donald Trump posts to Twitter. Its money supports the Justice Fund, a coalition of African-American-focused liberal groups in
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    Defeat Disinfo PAC

    Defeat Disinfo Political Action Committee (PAC) is a left-of-center organization leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) technology to combat alleged disinformation from President Donald Trump. The PAC was founded by activist Curtis Hougland, a former contractor for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). [40] Hougland claims that President Trump’s
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    Defending Democracy Together Action Fund

    Defending Democracy Together Action Fund is a Republican 527 super PAC created in Washington, D.C. in January 2018. Its leadership consists of Weekly Standard editor-at-large William “Bill” Kristol, Ethics and Public Policy Center senior fellow Mona Charen, and other conservatives.[56] The group has taken positions in opposition to
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    Demand Justice PAC

    Demand Justice PAC is a Super PAC affiliated with Demand Justice, a fiscally-sponsored project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund that battles right-of-center judicial nominees while supporting their left-of-center counterparts. The PAC was established in October of 2020 after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the appointment
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    Demand Progress Action (PAC)

    Not to be confused with Demand Progress Action (Nonprofit) Demand Progress Action is the 527 political action committee affiliated with Demand Progress Action, a left-wing 501(c)(4) advocacy organization.
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    Democracy for America

    Democracy for America is a left-wing political action committee created by former Vermont Governor, Democratic National Committee chair, and Presidential candidate Howard Dean.
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    Democracy for America

    Democracy for America is a left-of-center political action committee that claims to have more than 1 million members, to have raised more than $70 million for progressive candidates, and been responsible for 1,091 left-progressive candidates being elected to office across the United States. [76] It has endorsed political
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    Democracy PAC

    Democracy PAC is a super PAC created by George Soros in 2019 for the purpose of influencing the American 2020 presidential election. [103] [104] Activity In the first three months of 2020, George Soros put $28.3 million into Democracy PAC to support various efforts to
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    Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)

    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is the official party organ supporting the campaigns of Democratic candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives.
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    Democratic Governors Association (DGA)

    The Democratic Governors Association (DGA) is a Democratic political committee supporting the campaigns and election of Democrats to state and territorial governorships.
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    Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC)

    The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) is the official party organ supporting Democratic Party candidates for state legislative offices. 2020 Election Cycle The DLCC anticipates spending $50 million during the 2020 elections to help Democrats win state legislative races within Republican-controlled states and help influence the redistricting of congressional lines
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    Democratic National Committee (DNC)

    The Democratic National Committee is the principal party organ of the Democratic Party, responsible for supporting Democrats campaigning for President of the United States and other federal offices. Its chair since 2017 is Tom Perez, formerly Secretary of Labor in the Obama administration.
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    Democratic Senate Campaign Fund (Colorado)

    The Democratic Senate Campaign Fund is an initiative of the Democratic Party to expand the Democratic majority in Colorado.
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    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC)

    The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) is the official party organ responsible for supporting Democratic candidates for the United States Senate.
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    Economic Innovation Action Fund

    The Economic Innovation Action Fund is a Super PAC that primarily funds democratic candidates.
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    Elect Democratic Women PAC

    Elect Democratic Women (EDW) is a political action committee that supports Democratic women candidates for office.[130] To this end, EDW makes donations and spends money on female candidates within the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) “Red to Blue” program with the aim of winning a majority in
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    Emerge America

    Emerge America (EA) is a left-of-center candidate training organization that vets and prepares female Democrats who aspire to run for local, state, and federal offices. The organization conducts training to prepare and assist female candidates who choose to run within two to three years of the training.  The group was
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    Emerge New Mexico

    Emerge New Mexico is nonprofit organization that recruits and trains democratic women who wish to run for office in New Mexico.
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    End Citizens United (ECU)

    End Citizens United (ECU) is a Democratic-aligned political action committee (PAC) founded by three former Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) staffers in 2015. The PAC endorses political candidates who promise to overturn the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. FEC.[154] ECU adopts a heavily criticized