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2020 CUPVF CONTRIBUTIONS

Citizens United Political Victory Fund has made the following political contributions during the 2019-2020 election cycle to date:

President of the United States

  1. Donald J. Trump - $5,000
  2. Donald J. Trump - $5,000

United States Senate

  1. Cory Gardner (CO) - $5,000
  2. Cory Gardner (CO) - $5,000
  3. Steve Daines (MT) - $5,000
  4. Tom Cotton (AR) - $5,000
  5. Tom Cotton (AR) - $5,000
  6. Rand Paul (KY) - $5,000
  7. Lindsey Graham (SC) - $5,000
  8. Lindsey Graham (SC) - $5,000
  9. John James (MI) - $5,000

United States House of Representatives

  1. Scott Perry (PA 10) - $2,500
  2. Fred Keller (PA 12) - $2,500
  3. Andy Harris (MD 1) - $5,000
  4. Mo Brooks (AL 5) - $1,000
  5. Andy Biggs (AZ 5) - $2,500
  6. Dan Bishop (NC 9) - $2,500
  7. Dan Bishop (NC 9) - $2,500
  8. Matt Rosendale (MT AL) - $2,500
  9. Alex Mooney (WV 2) - $2,500
  10. Jim Jordan (OH 4) - $5,000
  11. Mark Meadows (NC 11) - $5,000
  12. Devin Nunes (CA 22) - $5,000
  13. Greg Steube (FL 17) - $2,500
  14. Lee Zeldin (NY 1) - $2,500
  15. Matt Gaetz (FL 1) - $2,500
  16. Chip Roy (TX 21) - $5,000
  17. Liz Cheney (WY AL) - $5,000
  18. Greg Murphy (NC 3) - $2,500

Other

  1. Louisiana Citizens For Job Creators PAC - $5,000
  2. Louisiana Citizens for Job Creators PAC - $15,000
  3. Matt Bevin for Kentucky - $2,000
  4. Matt Bevin for Kentucky - $2,000
  5. Republican Party of Kentucky Leadership Trust - $5,000
  6. Great America Committee - $5,000
  7. Daniel Cameron for Attorney General (KY) - $2,000
  8. Idaho Republican Party - $5,000

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