American Crossroads Raises $14.5 Million to Help GOP Candidates

Tuesday, 21 Sep 2010 11:33 AM

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American Crossroads, a campaign organization established to support Republican congressional candidates, raised $14.5 million during the past month. And it’s ready to put that money to work in House races, after spending millions to help Republican Senate candidates, Politico reports.

American, Crossroads, GOP, Senate, candidatesThe group plans to help GOP candidates in up to 25 campaigns this fall. “Playing in House races is a priority for us,” American Crossroads spokesman Jonathan Collegio told Politico. “Those races develop much later than Senate races, so we’re still making strategic decisions on which to engage in.”

The group formed this year with the encouragement of ace Republican strategists Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie. It set the bar high with a fundraising goal of $52 million, and it already has reached $32.5 million.

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