Over $250,000 For The 2012 Cycle To Date
Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, issuedthe following statement backing 12 candidates totaling $76,500 in the third quarter of the 2012cycle. To date, CUPVF has donated $256,000 to conservative candidates and committees in the2011-2012 election cycle and will report over $1 million in cash-on-hand. CUPVF made over$730,000 in direct contributions over the course of the 2009-2010 election cycle.
We are nearly one-year away from a monumental election, and CUPVF is the leadingconservative PAC focused on giving to candidates and political action committees that will put ahalt to the failed policies of the Obama Administration and chart a more hopeful course forAmerica
said David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United.
With unemployment stuck at 9.1percent, and a backbreaking $14 trillion and counting national debt, Americans want to end thefailed status quo with new leadership in 2012. As more races come to the forefront, CUPVF willbe leading the way in choosing conservative candidates who will lead America out of the
wilderness that is Obama’s America.”
RickPerry.org - $5,000-PrimaryRick Santorum for President - $5,000-Primary
Richard Mourdock (IN) - $5,000-PrimaryRichard Mourdock (IN) - $5,000-GeneralDenny Rehberg (MT) - $5,000-PrimaryDenny Rehberg (MT) - $5,000-GeneralTed Cruz (TX) - $5,000 - PrimaryTed Cruz (TX) - $5,000 - Run-Off
Michael Williams (TX 25) - $5,000
PrimaryJim Jordan (OH 4) - $5,000 - PrimaryJim Jordan (OH 4) - $5,000 - GeneralCarl Wimmer (UT 4) - $5,000 - PrimaryMartha Zoller (GA 9) - $5,000 - PrimaryScott Rigell (VA 2) - $5,000 - PrimaryScott Rigell (VA 2) - $5,000 - General
James R. Comer for Agriculture Commissioner (Kentucky) - $1,000