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February 13, 2016

Former Rep. Dreier Gives $720K to His Family Foundation

The campaign committee of former Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif., reported today that it had given $720,481 to the Dreier Family Foundation Fund, a private foundation. The Dreier For Congress committee gave the foundation $700,000 on April 26 and $20,481 on April 29, and terminated. At the end of 2010, the foundation reported assets of $236,599.

From 1980 to the present, Dreier raised $14.1 million for his campaigns, of which $4.9 million came from PACs and other committees. The finance and insurance industry PACs provided the most funds. See Dreier financial profile.Dreier is now leading the Annenberg-Dreier Commission on the Greater Pacific.

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  • bpai99

    How nice. Campaign contributions go directly into his family’s pocket. Why commit a crime and steal money, when something like this is legal?

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