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October 14, 2015

AT&T Gave Out $169,000 in February

The AT&T Inc. Federal PAC reported it had receipts of $156,149 and disbursements of $169,200 during February, leaving $445,877 cash on hand. The PAC receives payroll deduction contributions from employees, including senior officers giving $417 a month. In February the PAC gave out $169,200 to federal candidates and committees. View AT&T’s PAC profile for 2011-2012.

The AT&T PAC contributed $4,000 to Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) who was appointed to the seat and took office in January. This is one of his first PAC contributions reported for him as a Senator. The AT&T PAC also gave $5,000 to O’Say Can You See PAC -Federal Account, the federal PAC of Maryland Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley. O’Malley’s PAC received $43,500 from PACs towards the end of last year, and at least $13,500 this year including the PACs of AT&T, Motorola, Maximus, and the IBEW.

To search detailed money-in-politics databases, visit Political MoneyLine.

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