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Posted at 3:29 p.m. on April 10, 2014
A Democratic Super PAC has reported raising $5.3 in the first quarter of 2014, including a million-dollar contribution.
The House Majority PAC has now raised $5,285,749 in the first quarter of 2014, leaving $6,968,195 cash on hand as of March 31st. The PACreported it had receipts of $4,262,862 from February 20th to March 31st. Earlier the PAC reported raising $1,022,887 from January 1st through February 19th.
In the first quarter, large donors included $1 million from James Simons, president of Euclidean Capital (NY); $700,000 from Jon Stryker, architect (MI): $500,000 from Fred Eychaner, CEO of Newsweb Corporation (IL); $700,000 from Jon Stryker, architect (MI); and $250,000 from S. Donald Sussman, chairman of Paloma Partners LLC (ME); among others.
Other large donors included $500,000 from the United Association Political Education Committee; $250,000 from the Committee on Letter Carriers Political Education; among others.
The largest expenditure during the quarter, was $915,148 for independent expenditures against David Jolly, R-Fla., the eventual winner of the special election in Florida’s 13th District.
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