Conservative Super PAC Spends $332K Against McConnell
Posted at 12:15 p.m. on Oct. 30
A conservative super PAC is pending $332K on independent expenditure against Sen. Mitch McConnell in his 2014 re-election race in Kentucky.
The Senate Conservatives Action, a super PAC, and sister organization to the Senate Conservatives Fund, founded by former Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., reported today that it spent $332,229 on 10/30 for independent expenditures against Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
The super PAC paid $332,229 on 10/30 to Jamestown Associates for media buys. Roll Call reported more on the ad buy and McConnell’s reaction.
The PAC also spent $12,659 on independent expenditures supporting Matt Bevin, R-Ky., who is challenging Sen. Mitch McConnell. The PAC paid Jamestown Associates $5,000 on 10/18 for media production; $3,916 for online processing; and $3,743 on 10/29 for online processing.
The PAC also spent $12,589 on independent expenditures supporting Chris McDaniel, R-Miss., in the Senate race in Mississippi. The PAC paid Jamestown Associates $11,760 on 10/30 for media production; $725 on 10/29 for online processing; and $104 on 10/19 for online processing.
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