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Wealthy Donors and Fossil Fuel Interests Pump Millions into Super PACs for 2020 Elections - 2020-02-28

F0.png Wealthy Donors and Fossil Fuel Interests Pump Millions into Super PACs for 2020 Elections February 28, 2020, Alex Kotch, EXPOSED by CMD

Independent political spending groups are readying their arsenals to flood the airwaves with 2020 election ads praising their preferred candidates or attacking those they don't like. Right-wing millionaires and billionaires and fossil fuel corporations are helping them do so.

Leading the pack are Richard and Elizabeth Uihlein, the midwestern executives of shipping supply giant Uline, having donated a total of $19.4 million to seven super PACs from January 2019 through January 2020.

Oil and materials conglomerate Koch Industries has donated the most of any corporation so far, giving nearly $5.3 million to three super PACs, including $4 million to AFP Action, which is the sister group of Charles Koch's flagship political nonprofit, Americans for Prosperity. Also funding AFP Action is the group's predecessor, Freedom Partners Action Fund, which gave nearly $6.5 million.

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{{cite news | first = Alex | last = Kotch | title = Wealthy Donors and Fossil Fuel Interests Pump Millions into Super PACs for 2020 Elections | url = https://www.exposedbycmd.org/2020/02/28/wealthy-donors-fossil-fuel-interests-pump-millions-super-pacs-2020-elections/ | work = EXPOSED by CMD | date = February 28, 2020 | accessdate = September 19, 2020 }}