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Posted at 11:02 a.m. on Oct. 25, 2013
A conservative Super PAC has reported it continued to receive contributions of $100,000 or more during September.
The Club for Growth Action, a Republican-oriented super PAC, reported it had receipts of $282,433 and disbursements of $118,336 during September, leaving $1,572,554 cash on hand as of 9/30. For the year, the PAC reported receipts of $2,005,951.
The largest contribution in September came from Steven Pfeifer, a manager at P.O.&G. Resources (Pacific Oil & Gas), a privately held oil and gas exploration and production company. He gave $150,000 on 9/6.
Laura Fisch (no occupation or employer shown, NY) gave $100,000 on 9/25. Her husband, Michael G. Fisch is the president and CEO of American Securities LLC.
Earlier in the year, Club for Growth Action received $500,000 from Virginia James (investor, NJ); $450,000 from Richard Uihlein (CEO, Uline Corp, IL.); $250,000 from Robert Arnott (investor, Research Affiliates, CA); $100,000 from Jerry Hayden (retired, Peacock Eng. Co., AZ); and $100,000 from Robert Mercer (financial consultant, Renaissance Technologies Corp., NY).
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