Political Parties/527 (Page 6)


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    Put Alaska First PAC

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    Ready PAC (Ready for Hillary)

    Ready PAC (formerly Ready for Hillary PAC) was a political action committee established to support the Presidential candidacy of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton through independent expenditures and direct contributions to campaigns (Carey Committee or Hybrid PAC).
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    Republican Main Street Partnership

    The Republican Main Street Partnership is a group that supports moderate Republican members of Congress. It has been backed in the past by labor unions. The group exists to counter the influence of more conservative members of Congress and calls itself the “governing wing of the Republican Party.” The group
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    Republican National Committee

    The Republican National Committee (RNC) is the principal party organ of the Republican Party responsible for supporting Republicans campaigning for President of the United States and other federal offices. Its chair since 2017 is Ronna Romney McDaniel, formerly chair of the Michigan Republican Party.
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    Republican Women for Progress

    Republican Women for Progress is a super PAC created in 2016 by former Republican political activists to support Democratic candidates for federal public office. The organization uses Crowdpac, a Democratic Party PAC fundraising service that has barred Republican Party PACs from using its services. As of October 2018, the
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    Retain A Just Nebraska

    Retain A Just Nebraska is a political campaign that promotes candidates who support the abolition of the death penalty.
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    Run for Something (RFS)

    Run For Something (RFS) is a 527 political action committee that recruits and assists liberal[14] Democratic candidates[15] under the age of 40 to run for state and local political offices. [16] Amanda Litman, a staffer on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign, launched RFS in
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    Sanders 2016 Presidential Campaign

    Bernie Sanders‘ 2016 presidential campaign began when Sen. Sanders (I-VT) announced his candidacy for U.S. president on the Democratic Party ticket on April 30, 2015. Sanders, a democratic socialist, was defeated by rival Hillary Clinton in July 2016, effectively suspending his campaign.
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    Senate Majority PAC

    Senate Majority PAC is a Super PAC making independent expenditures to support Democratic and liberal candidates for U.S. Senate.
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    Serve America PAC

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    Sierra Club Independent Action

    Sierra Club Independent Action is the 527 political action committee affiliate of the Sierra Club and the Sierra Club Foundation.
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    Sister District Project

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    Social Security Works (PAC)

    Social Security Works is the 527 political action committee of Social Security Works, a 501(c)(4) organization advocates for left-of-center policy reforms related to Social Security.
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    Swing Left

    Swing Left is a Democratic Party-aligned fundraising and voter mobilization PAC (political action committee). The PAC provides connections to Swing Left team members, information concerning specific districts, fundraising services, and canvassing opportunities within competitive districts.[62] It also offers volunteers free online training programs, simulcast technology, and interactive webinars.
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    Texas Organizing Project PAC

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    Trailblazers PAC

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    Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC)

    The Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC) is the 527 political action committee affiliated with the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU).
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    Trump 2016 Presidential Campaign

    Also see Trump Administration Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign began when Trump declared his candidacy for U.S. president on June 16, 2015. Trump became the Republican Party’s presidential nominee on July 19, 2016. On July 15, 2016, Trump announced that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) would be his vice
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    United We Can

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    Virginians for a Better Future (VFBF)