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February 10, 2016

Republican Attorneys General Association Starts Super PAC

A day after the Supreme Court made public an opinion on federal campaign financing, an association of state Republican Attorneys General registered a new Super PAC to make independent expenditures in federal elections.

This Spring political money appears to be crossing between branches of government, and between the state and federal levels.

The Republican Attorneys General Association became more active politically on Thursday when it registered a new Super PAC, RAGA Action Fund, with the Federal Election Commission. The committee registration states it intends to make independent expenditures and will not make contributions to federal candidates. The committee may receive contributions in unlimited amounts.

The Republican Attorneys General Association registered as a Section 527 political organization in January 2014. Their registration stated its purpose was “to preserve the constitutional design of federalism; to address policy challenges and advocate solutions; to support Republican state attorneys general in fighting federal encroachment, protecting citizens against crime and promoting free markets; to provide the Republican attorneys general a platform for their proper role as leaders in the national Republican Party; to assist in the election of Republican candidates for attorney general and the reelection of incumbent Republican attorneys general.”

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

  • hippie1367

    John Roberts is bought and paid for GOPer scum – and the GOPer AG’s are putting up the FOR SALE sign already.

  • Bitter Cold

    We tend to forget that the distributed nature of civilization makes use of more knowledge than any person or group could hope to control.

  • Jose Rodriguez

    Even when democratically selected, a government committed not to principles, but to reacting to circumstances, will be forced to submit to others’ principles and to take actions it never before considered.

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