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Posted at 5:09 p.m. on May 20
A Super PAC that has been dormant since the 2012 elections has been revived with $1 million for the 2014 elections.
The Government Integrity Fund Action Network, a Republican-oriented Super PAC, reported it had receipts of $1 million during the month of April. The PAC reported the $1 million came from its sister organization, the Government Integrity Fund of Grove City, Ohio.
In the 2012 elections the Super PAC had receipts of $2.5 million, and spent over $1,099,998 on independent expenditures against House candidate Elizabeth Esty, D-Conn.; $1.3 million for Senate candidate Josh Mandel, R-Ohio; and $31,750 against presidential candidate Barack Obama, D. It’s sister organization, the Government Integrity Fund contributed $1,907,250.
The Super PAC was profiled by ProPublica in a recent report, What Happens When a Dark Money Group Blows Off IRS Rules? Nothing.
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