2014 NCFEF Independent Expenditure Tracker

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The amount of money being spent by outside groups seeking to influence the outcome of elections up and down the ballot is growing. As this spending by outside groups at the state and congressional level continues to increase, keep tabs on the rising totals with the NCFEF Independent Expenditure Tracker. Due to variations of reporting requirements at the state and federal levels, spending in congressional races is tracked close to real-time, but spending in state legislative races can only be compiled after the election.

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2014 NCFEF Independent Expenditure Tracker

  1. 1. Independent Expenditure Tracker
  2. 2. IE Spending Analysis 61% 39% Conservative Liberal Due to Internal Revenue Service rules and the structure of many of the organizations that we label “independent expenditure” organizations, neither the donors nor the detailed numbers of the ad buys must be disclosed. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions with the data presented here. Updated: April 7, 2014
  3. 3. Breakdown of IE Spending Due to Internal Revenue Service rules and the structure of many of the organizations that we label “independent expenditure” organizations, neither the donors nor the detailed numbers of the ad buys must be disclosed. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions with the data presented here.Updated: April 7, 2014 Group Name District Leaning Amount Medium For/ Against Candidate Name Cycle Total American Chemistry Council N/A NEU $150,000 TV For Sen. Kay Hagan $150,000 Americans for Prosperity N/A CON Unknown Billboard Against Sen. Kay Hagan $150,000 Americans for Prosperity N/A CON $1,700,000 TV Against Sen. Kay Hagan $1,850,000 Senate Majority PAC N/A LIB $458,804 TV For Sen. Kay Hagan $2,308,804 Senate Majority PAC N/A LIB $195,300 TV For Sen. Kay Hagan $2,504,104 Americans for Prosperity N/A CON $1,500,000 TV Against Sen. Kay Hagan $4,004,104 League of Conservation Voters N/A LIB $305,000 TV For Sen. Kay Hagan $4,309,104 Senate Majority PAC N/A LIB $750,000 TV For/ Against Sen. Kay Hagan/ Thom Tillis $5,059,104 National Association of Realtors N/A NEU Unknown Web Ads/ Mailers For Sen. Kay Hagan $5,059,104 Americans for Prosperity N/A CON $1,400,000 TV Against Sen. Kay Hagan $6,459,104 Patriot Majority USA N/A LIB $800,000 TV Against Thom Tillis $7,259,104 Freedom Works N/A CON $25,572 Yard Signs/ Door Hangers Against Sen. Kay Hagan $7,284,676 Freedom Works N/A CON $23,803 Yard Signs/ Door Hangers For Greg Brannon $7,308,479 American Action Network N/A CON $240,000 TV Against Sen. Kay Hagan $7,548,479 Senate Majority PAC N/A LIB $1,000,000 TV For Sen. Kay Hagan $8,548,479 The Our America Inc. N/A CON Unknown Billboard Against Sen. Kay Hagan $8,548,479 American Crossroads N/A CON $1,100,000 TV For Thom Tillis $9,648,479 60 Plus Association N/A CON Unknown TV Against Sen. Kay Hagan $9,648,479 Americans for Prosperity NC-3 CON Unknown Radio For Rep. Walter Jones - Ending Spending Action Fund NC-3 CON $78,000 TV Against Rep. Walter Jones $78,000 Emergency Committee for Israel NC-3 CON $151,075 TV Against Rep. Walter Jones $229,075 Natural Resources Defense Fund N/A LIB $400,000 TV Against Governor Pat McCrory $400,000 North Carolina Environmental Partnership SD 18, SD 19, SD 12 LIB $142,195 TV Against Sen. Chad Barefoot, Sen. Wesley Meredith, Sen. Ronald Rabin $142,195 US Senate US Congress NC Governor (2016 Election) North Carolina General Assembly NC Judicial Races
  4. 4. Senator Kay Hagan 32% 68% For Against Due to Internal Revenue Service rules and the structure of many of the organizations that we label “independent expenditure” organizations, neither the donors nor the detailed numbers of the ad buys must be disclosed. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions with the data presented here. Updated: April 7, 2014
  5. 5. Thom Tillis 42% 58% For Against Due to Internal Revenue Service rules and the structure of many of the organizations that we label “independent expenditure” organizations, neither the donors nor the detailed numbers of the ad buys must be disclosed. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions with the data presented here. Updated: April 7, 2014

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