A super PAC affiliated with former President Donald Trump.
Who are the people and groups behind the TV ads in the 2014 federal elections? Below is a list of organizations that have been active or are expected to be active in raising and spending money to influence voters in 2014. Click on the links to read profiles of each organization. The groups were selected based on the amounts they have spent, or say they plan to spend, or the media attention they have attracted. It is not a comprehensive list, and additional groups will be added as the campaign season unfolds.
Many of these groups may legally raise and spend unlimited amounts of money. They are known as super PACs and must register with the Federal Election Commission. Others may legally raise unlimited donations and avoid disclosing their donors. Those groups do not file with the FEC, but register rather with the IRS under Section 501(c).
This is our third year providing a guide to groups seeking to influence federal elections. Our 2010 Players Guide and 2012 Players Guide are still available, although they have not been updated since those elections ended.
American Dream Federal Action
A hybrid PAC that says it supports “forward-looking” Republican candidates.
Our American Century
A GOP super PAC funded in part by former President Trump’s leadership PAC
United Democracy Project
A super PAC launched by the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC.
Protect Our Future PAC
A Democratic hybrid PAC backing candidates supporting pandemic prevention.
Democracy PAC/Democracy PAC II
Liberal super PACs created by billionaire George Soros to fund political organizations that help elect Democrats.
League of Conservation Voters
A pro-environment nonprofit with an affiliated PAC and super PAC.
Congressional Leadership Fund
Conservative super PAC aiming to win a Republican majority in the House of Representatives.
A Republican leadership PAC formed by former President Donald Trump.
American Bridge 21st Century/AB PAC
A liberal super PAC that conducts opposition research to aid Democratic candidates and organizations.