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February 6, 2016

Dick Morris’ Just Say No to Hillary PAC

A former conservative commentator for Fox News, who ran a $4 million super PAC against the Democrats in 2012, has started a new super PAC apparently to make independent expenditures against former Secretary of State and former Senator Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y.  Hillary Clinton has not announced she is a candidate.

Dick Morris’ Just Say No to Hillary PAC was registered at the Federal Election at the end of this week. The treasurer is Nancy Watkins in Tampa, Florida. She is a specialist in campaign finance law and provides accounting services to many political committees. Watkins also registered a second PAC, Just Say No to Hillary PAC.

Dick Morris was a political adviser to Bill Clinton when Clinton was Governor of Arkansas and President, but is now a strong critic of both Bill and Hillary Clinton.

In the 2010 and 2012 election, Morris founded and consulted with another super PAC, Super PAC for America. The PAC raised $4.5 million in 2011-2012. Questions were raised about whether Morris benefited from the PAC’s $1.7 million in payments to Newsmax Media, which is the broker for the mailing list.

Political MoneyLine reported earlier that Super PAC for America had donated $150,000 in 2013 to super PACs supporting the 2014 re-election of Sen. Mitch McConnell. Super PAC for America reported $158,771 cash on hand as of 6/30.

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

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