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February 14, 2016

Chamber of Commerce Spends $780K for Kingston

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported yesterday it spent $779,116 on July 8th for independent expenditures supporting Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga.,  in the July 22nd Republican party Senate primary runoff election.

The Chamber paid Revolution Agency of Alexandria, Virginia, $779,116 for TV and digital advertisement to run from July 8th through July 22nd.

This brings the Chamber’s independent expenditures supporting Rep. Kingston to $1,415,451 for calendar year 2014. View earlier posting on the Chamber’s May 28th spending.

Kingston is running against David Perdue, R-Ga., to become the Republican opponent of Michelle Nunn, D-Ga., in the November General Election.

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

  • Sally

    Oh yes. The Chamber of Commerce. What ever happened to running ads promoting the businesses they collect dues from? This arm of ALEC is disgusting.

  • Fast move

    They don’t care how they make people to sell house fast and end up the life of poor in ruins . Is this some a huge some of money that could be used for much nobler purpose

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