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Posted at 5:37 p.m. on Nov. 20, 2013
New York City Michael Bloomberg was the only contributor during October to his Super PAC which paid more than $3.5 million for issue ads and independent expenditures during the month.
Michael Bloomberg’s Independence USA PAC, a super PAC supporting efforts to crack down on illegal guns and reform education policy, reported it had receipts of $3,589,974 and expenditures of $3,582,725 during October, leaving $58,741 cash on hand as of 10/31. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, I-N.Y., gave $3,589,974 to the PAC in five contributions ranging from $13,275 to $1,812,582.
During October the PAC paid SKDKnickerbocker $2,801,683 for non-federal media ads, and $732,536 for media production and media buys of independent expenditures supporting Cory Booker, D-N.J.
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