Political Parties/527 (Page 5)


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    McCain 2008 Presidential Campaign

    John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign began when Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) announced his candidacy for U.S. president on April 25, 2007. McCain became the Republican Party’s presidential nominee on September 4, 2008. On September 3, 2008, McCain formally announced that he had selected Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) to be
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    Mobilize America

    Mobilize America is a Democratic Party-aligned political action committee (PAC) that operates as a volunteer management platform and network that connects left-wing organizations, campaigns, and activists. The PAC is acts as a tool for cross-networking collaboration and event management.  It makes it easier for Democratic groups to recruit, track, and
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    Movement for a People’s Party

    Movement for a People’s Party (MPP) is a campaign led by former campaign staffers for the 2016 Presidential campaign of self-described “democratic socialist” U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) that is attempting to establish a progressive political party to challenge the Democratic Party from the left. The group works
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    MoveOn.org Political Action

    MoveOn Political Action, which jointly operates MoveOn.org with its associated 501(c)(4) organization MoveOn Civic Action, describes itself as “the largest independent, progressive, digitally-connected organizing group in the United States.”[30] MoveOn Political Action gathers donations from its members, from entertainment events, and from outside donors like George Soros,
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    National Conference of Democratic Mayors

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    National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC)

    The National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC) is an IRS-designated 527 organization, or political action committee (PAC), affiliated with the Democratic Party. It was conceived in late 2016 by political operatives in the Democratic Party and the Obama administration, including President Barack Obama. It officially launched on January 12, 2017.
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    National Democratic Training Committee (NDTC)

    The National Democratic Training Committee (NDTC) is a 527 political action committee which trains Democratic candidates to run for public office.[98] To this end, the NDTC provides candidates with online fundraising services, management and field guidance, messaging and communications, and finance training for campaigns.[99] It also
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    National Education Association (NEA) Advocacy Fund

    The NEA Advocacy Fund is the 527 political action committee (PAC) of the National Education Association (NEA), a major labor union.
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    National Organization for Women PAC

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    National Public Education Action Fund

    The National Public Education Action Fund is a 527 PAC affiliated with the left-of-center National Public Education Foundation.
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    Need to Impeach

    Need to Impeach is a left-of-center super PAC created in 2017 to support independent expenditure campaigns opposing President Donald Trump. Need to Impeach is closely associated with billionaire environmentalist and Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer, who is the super PAC’s founder and principal funder.[115] [116] Campaigns
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    New Democrat Network PAC

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    Next Up Victory Fund

    The Next Up Victory Fund is a 527 political action committee managed by People for the American Way.
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    NextGen Climate Action Committee

    Not to be confused with the similarly named 501(c)(4) advocacy group NextGen Climate Action NextGen Climate Action Committee is the unlimited-contribution independent expenditure committee (known as a Super PAC) for NextGen America, an organization associated with left-wing environmentalist billionaire Tom Steyer that dedicates its time and resources
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    Obama 2008 Presidential Campaign

    For more information, see Organizing for Action (Nonprofit) Also see Obama Administration Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign began when then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama declared his candidacy for U.S. president on February 10, 2007. Obama became the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee on June 8, 2008 after competitor
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    Obama 2012 Presidential Campaign

    For more information, see Organizing for Action (Nonprofit) Also see Obama Administration Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign began President Barack Obama formally announced his intent to run for reelection as U.S. president on April 4, 2011. Vice President Joe Biden was Obama’s running mate. Obama defeated Republican Party rival
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    Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund (OEC Action Fund)

    Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund (also known as OEC Action Fund) is the 527 political action committee affiliated with the left-of-center environmentalist nonprofit Ohio Environmental Council. It is the Ohio state affiliate of the League of Conservation Voters (LCV).[146] Political Activity 2016 General Election The OEC
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    Opportunity First PAC

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    PACRONYM

    PACRONYM is a Super PAC affiliated with ACRONYM, a left-of-center political and advocacy organization. PACRONYM was formed to oppose Republican candidates and President Donald Trump’s re-election through digital advertising campaigns. Its initial ad campaigns were focused on state legislative races for the 2018 elections. [148] Its strategy for
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    Party Majority PAC

    Party Majority PAC, a political committee founded by Hillary Clinton-aligned[186] Democratic operative Adam Parkhomenko, provides support for two major projects, “Kremlin Annex,” and “Moscow Mitch.” Party Majority PAC provided funding for the campaign of now-U.S. Representative Donna Shalala (D-FL) in a 2018 Florida congressional race. Organizations in