GOP ‘super PACs’ have big fundraising, cash advantage
WASHINGTON (MCT) — Republican-aligned “super PACs” are headed into the final months of the 2012 campaign having outpaced super PACs on the left in fundraising by nearly 3-to-1, enjoying a cash advantage that’s sure to have Democrats spooked.
Even after a costly GOP presidential primary campaign, Republican-aligned super PACs ended June with almost $80 million in the bank — more than Democratic super PACs have raised in the entire campaign cycle, according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation. Democratic super PACs entered July with just less than $28 million cash on hand.
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