Political Parties/527 (Page 3)


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    Clinton 2016 Presidential Campaign

    Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign began when former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declared her candidacy for U.S. president on April 12, 2015. Clinton became the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee on July 26, 2016 after defeating rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) in the party’s primary. On July 22,
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    Club for Growth Action (CFG Action)

    Club for Growth Action (CFG Action) is a right-of-center Super PAC that aims to elect candidates who are pro-growth and support limited-government policy to both the U.S. House and Senate. CFG Action’s strategy includes providing support to conservative candidates in order to win primaries against moderate Republicans, protecting incumbent Republicans
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    Collective PAC

    The Collective PAC is a 527 political action committee created to “build Black political power” by electing African Americans to public office.1
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    College Democrats of America

    College Democrats of America is a political action committee and the national student arm of the Democratic National Committee. The organization focuses on pushing left-of-center issues, including the cancellation of student loan debt and environmentalism. 1
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    College Republican National Committee

    College Republican National Committee (CRNC) is an organization consisting of college and university students across the United States who support the Republican Party. Originally founded at the University of Michigan in 1892 as the American Republican College League,
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    Color of Change PAC

    Color of Change PAC is a political action committee closely associated with Color of Change, a left-of-center lobbying group focusing on racial issues and racial-aligned advocacy, and its associated charitable arm Color of Change Education Fund. The organization and its “Voting While Black” mobilization project have endorsed a number of
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    Colorado Safety & Justice PAC

    Colorado Safety & Justice PAC is a left-of-center PAC that was created in 2016 and spent almost $1.3 million on the unsuccessful election campaign of Jake Lilly for District Attorney in Colorado’s 1st Judicial District. The organization is the Colorado branch of the vast “Safety and Justice” network, a project
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    Common Power PAC

    The Common Power PAC is a left-of-center political action committee (PAC) affiliated with Common Power and Common Power Purpose, organizations that promote left-of-center issues and partner with other advocacy groups to support Democratic campaigns across the United States. Common Power is based in Seattle and operates organizing
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    Communist Party USA (CPUSA)

    The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is a minor left-wing political party in the United States that was created in 1921 as the result of a forced merger between two rival communist factions, each founded in 1919. As of 2014 it reported only a few
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    Community Change Voters

    Community Change Voters (CCV) is a left-of-center Super PAC affiliated with the Center for Community Change (CCC) and the Center for Community Change Action (CCCA). Formed in 2016, the PAC has spent over $7 million in federal elections to support Democratic candidates and oppose Republicans.
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    Conservatives for Environmental Reform

    Conservatives for Environmental Reform (CFER) is a right-leaning PAC associated with the nominally conservative environmental advocacy group American Conservation Coalition (ACC). As of December 2019, the PAC appears to be defunct, with its website no longer live.
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    Correct the Record

    Correct the Record was a super PAC created to support the 2016 presidential candidacy of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by providing opposition research on her opponents in the election. The PAC was run by Clinton ally David Brock as part of a network designed to boost
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    CounterPAC

    CounterPAC is a nonprofit that promotes having candidates take pledges to reform campaign financing practices.
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    Courage Campaign Super PAC

    Courage Campaign Super PAC (CCSP) is the political action committee (PAC) branch of the progressive advocacy organization Courage Campaign and its fundraising and education arm, Courage Campaign Institute. Background The Courage Campaign Super PAC was formed in California in 2011 with the goal of reelecting President Barack
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    Courage to Change

    Courage to Change is a Democratic political action committee (PAC) started by U.S. Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.). She is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and a former campaign organizer for democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) in the 2016 Democratic primary. Ocasio-Cortez has
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    Creative Majority PAC

    Creative Majority PAC is Democratic super PAC founded in 2016 by Democratic political consultant Scott Goodstein. 1Creative Majority PAC’s FEC filings indicate that most of its donations go into a for-profit digital ad corporation,
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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).
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    Defending Bluegrass Values

    Defending Bluegrass Values is a left-of-center unauthorized campaign committee formed and funded in part by the Democratic Governors Association to support Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) against Republican candidate and then-state Attorney General Daniel Cameron in the 2023 Kentucky gubernatorial election. The race was notable for its record-breaking