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February 11, 2016

Top PACs Making Contributions in September

Political action committees (PACs) of corporations, unions, and trade associations were back in full swing after Labor Day, making contributions to members of Congress and candidates.

Reports for September activity from monthly filers are due over the weekend, but early filers include the following top PACs making federal contributions to candidates and committees.

American Assn. for Justice AC $218,000
General Electric Company PAC $209,000
Lockheed Martin Corporation Employee’s PAC $207,000
United Parcel Service Inc. PAC $193,487
CULAC, the PAC of Credit Union National Assn. $187,500
American Bankers Association PAC $169,500
Service Employees Int’l Union COPE $169,000
AT&T Inc. Federal PAC $164,500
Honeywell International PAC $161,944
Int’l. Union of Painters & Allied Trades PAC $159,960
Home Depot Inc. PAC $159,000
National Assn. of Real Estate Investment Trusts Inc. PAC $152,850
Boeing Company PAC $150,000
Communications Workers of America Working Voices $150,000
Employees of Northrop Grumman Corp. PAC $149,500
Deloitte PAC $146,500
Dealers Election Action Committee of the National Automotive Dealers Assn. $145,100
Microsoft Corporation PAC $143,500
DRIVE -The PAC of the Teamsters $139,000
Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America Inc. PAC $138,038
BNSF Railway Company RAILPAC $128,500
Int’l Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PAC $126,400
Raytheon Company PAC $125,300
Updated 9am 10/20

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