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Posted at 10:47 a.m. on July 30, 2013
The super PAC founded by former Fox News contributor Dick Morris reported today it donated $150,000 to super PACs supporting Sens. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
Super PAC for America, founded by Morris, donated $100,000 on June 6 to Kentuckians for Strong Leadership, a super PAC whose “highest priority is to ensure that Kentucky’s own Senator Mitch McConnell is re-elected.”
Super PAC for America also gave $50,000 on June 11 to West Main Street Values PAC Inc., set up by allies of Graham.
Super PAC for America raised $4 million in the 2011-2012 cycle. The largest donation was $500,000 from the League of American Voters of Washington D.C., a nonprofit 501(c)(4) organization. Michael Reagan provides the introduction letter on their website and was also chairman of Super PAC for America in 2012. Super PAC for America made $1.5 million in independent expenditures in 2011-2012, including $1.1 million against Barack Obama and almost $400,000 supporting Mitt Romney. The committee paid Newsmax Media $1,715,707 for fundraising, website services and advertising. Some of those funds went to pay for the rental of the DickMorris.com Inc. email list.
Super PAC for America had $158,771 cash on hand as of June 30.
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