Political Parties/527 (Page 8)


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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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    Republicans for Choice PAC

    Republicans for Choice is a PAC that advocates for pro-abortion policies in the Republican Party.
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    Responsible Leadership New Mexico

    Responsible Leadership New Mexico is a New Mexico-based environmental-focused political action committee. Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the Atlantic Advocacy Fund-associated Civic Participation Action Fund, and the reportedly George Soros– and Tom Steyer-financed State Victory Action group[3] are among the largest donors
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    Retain A Just Nebraska

    Retain A Just Nebraska was a political committee promoting retaining LB 268, legislation that would have abolished the state’s death penalty that faced a people’s veto referendum in 2016. The referendum repealed the legislation by a roughly 60 percent to 40 percent margin.[13]
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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. Funding During the first three months of 2020, progressive donor George Soros donated $7 million to the super PAC. It is part of $28 million spent by Soros towards several
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    Serve America PAC

    Serve America PAC is a political action committee (PAC) founded in 2017 which supports electing representatives with a military service background. The PAC is based around support for MA Rep. Seth Moulton (D).
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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. Funding Election Spending Between the 2009-2010 and 2019-2020 election cycles, Sierra Club Independent Action spent $6 million in independent expenditures, supporting Democrats and opposing Republicans: [63]
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    Sister District Project

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    Social Security Works (PAC)

    Social Security Works Political Action Committee (PAC) is the political arm of Social Security Works. The PAC was created in 2017 and donates to and endorses candidates who support expanding left-of-center welfare programs such as Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. [64] Activities Social Security Works PAC
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    Sunrise PAC

    For more information see Sunrise Movement (Nonprofit) The Sunrise PAC is a political action committee aligned with the far-left environmental advocacy group Sunrise Movement, a main supporter of the radical Green New Deal. Funding 2020 Election Cycle In the 2020 election cycle the Sunrise PAC received $500,000
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    Supermajority

    Supermajority is a female-led PAC that advocates for equity and increased female activism. [78] The group was co-founded by former Planned Parenthood head Cecile Richards and Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation co-founder Alicia Garza. [79] During the first three months of 2020,
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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.[81] It also offers volunteers free online training programs, simulcast technology, and interactive webinars.
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    Tenants PAC

    Tenants PAC is a New York City-based left-of-center political action committee that focuses on electing candidates who support expanding rent control throughout New York State and otherwise supporting pro-tenant policies at the expense of property owners. Tenants PAC is a player in left-wing New York politics, often supporting the furthest-left
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    Texas Organizing Project PAC

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    The National Committee for an Effective Congress

    The National Committee for an Effective Congress is a left-of-center electoral advocacy group created by former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt on September 23, 1948 to support progressive candidates. In recent times, the organization has moved away from directly funding candidates’ campaigns to provide analysis and research for candidates to use.
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    Trailblazers PAC

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    Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC)

    Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC) is the political action committee of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU), the second largest federal employees union in the United States with 150,000 members in 33 government agencies. The NTEU has close ties with the Democratic Party and endorsed Joe Biden (D-DE) for