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2018 CUPVF CONTRIBUTIONS

To date, Citizens United Political Victory Fund has made contributions to the following conservative candidates during the 2018 election cycle.

United States Senate

  1. Josh Mandel (OH) - $5,000
  2. Ted Cruz (TX) - $5,000

 

United States House Of Representatives

  1. Jim Jordan (OH 4) - $2,500
  2. Karen Handel (GA 6) - $5,000

 

Other

  1. Raul Labrador (ID Gov.) - $5,000
  2. Ken Paxton (TX AG) - $1,000
  3. Adam Laxalt (NV AG) - $1,000

Press Releases

Citizens United releases new web video and new op-ed on FoxNews.com in support of tax reform legislation getting signed into law this year.

Tax reform now -- failure to act could mean minority...

CUPVF Endorses Conservative Josh Mandel For U.S. Senate In Ohio

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of...

Citizens United Political Victory Fund Endorses Mike Johnson in Louisiana’s 4th Congressional District Primary Election

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of...

CUPVF Endorses Andy Biggs in Arizona's 5th Congressional District Primary Election

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of...

CUPVF In The News

Conservative HQ: Josh Mandel Gains Citizens United PVF Endorsement In Ohio Senate Race

Ohio’s conservative State Treasurer Josh Mandel recently announced that he...

Cleveland.com: Citizens United PAC endorses Josh Mandel in 2018 Ohio Senate race

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A top conservative group with ties to...

News Star: Johnson lands Citizens United endorsement in 4th District race

State Rep. Mike Johnson has landed the endorsement and accompanying...

Florida Politics: MARY THOMAS SCORES CITIZENS UNITED PAC ENDORSEMENT

Congressional hopeful Mary Thomas has won the endorsement of a...

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