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Posted at 11:59 a.m. on Aug. 20, 2013
A Democratic super PAC added another million dollars in support to Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
DGA Action, a super PAC of the Democratic Governors Association, reported it raised $788,616 and spent $1,414,978 during July, leaving $1,385,033 cash on hand as of July 31, as well as $9,705 in outstanding bills.
DGA Action reported it contributed $1,200,000 to Terry McAuliffe for Governor, D-Va., on July 25. The PAC also paid $5,821 to New Partners Consulting for in-kind research for McAuliffe’s campaign. The PAC also paid $10,000 to Michael Sheehan Associates for in-kind training for McAuliffe’s campaign.
Major contributions into the PAC in July included: $694,509 from the Democratic Governors Association; $10,000 from William Little Jr. (retired, NY); and $10,000 from Rajesh Sharma (CEO, Censeo Consulting Group, MD); among others.
The super PAC paid $194,509 to the Democratic Governors Association for “List acquisition.”
Earlier this year, the DGA Action super PAC had contributed $2 million to Terry McAuliffe for Governor and provided $139,543 in in-kind support.
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