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Campaign for Working Families

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The Campaign for Working Families is a conservative political action committee that raised more than $7 million from 1997-1998, becoming the fifth largest PAC in the country at that time, according to People for the American Way.[1] It contributed $148,750 exclusively to Republicans and conservative groups and made almost $500,000 in independent expenditures for Republicans or against Democrats in the 2012 election cycle, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.[2] It is chaired by Gary Bauer, who sought the nomination of the Republican Party as a U.S. presidential candidate in 2000 but pulled out after the February 2000 primaries.

Contact Information

Campaign for Working Families
P.O. Box 97163
Washington, DC 20077-7154
Phone: (703) 671-8800
Fax: (703) 671-8899
Email: Info AT cwfpac.com
Website: http://www.cwfpac.com

Articles and Resources

References

  1. People for the American Way, Campaign for Working Families, RightWingWatch.org, accessed August 2014.
  2. Center for Responsive Politics, Campaign for Working Families: Profile for 2012 Election Cycle, OpenSecrets.org political influence database, accessed August 2014.