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Posted at 2:23 p.m. on July 19, 2013
The leadership PAC of Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is close to having one million dollars in the bank after raising $858K during the second quarter of 2012.
Rubio’s Reclaim America PAC reported it raised $858,059 and spent $447,315 in the second quarter, leaving $976,291 cash on hand as of 6/30.
The PAC received most of its money as a transfer from his joint fundraising committee, Rubio Victory Committee. The PAC received $201,100 from PACs and other committees.
Selected individual donors included: Eric Baird (CEO, Access USA Shipping) $5,000; Ray Sewkowski (attorney, Wiley Rein) $5,000; Wiley Rein (various partners) $5,000; Janet Berman (homemaker, DC) $5,000; and Craig Duchossis (CEO, Duchossis Group) and Janet $6,250; among others.
Selected PAC donors included $5,000 from each of the following: Google Inc. Netpac; Microsoft Corporation PAC; Home Depot Inc. PAC; Darden Restaurants Inc. Employees Good Government Fund; Goldman Sachs Group Inc. PAC; Walt Disney Productions Employees PAC; Tupperware Brands Corporation PAC; among others.
The PAC spent $120,100 on media buys; $109,086 on online advertising; $78,500 on strategy consulting; and $43,5233 on fundraising consulting; among other costs.
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