Rove’s Crossroads Group Seeks to Raise $120 Million

Tuesday, 01 Mar 2011 02:06 PM

By Dan Weil

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The Crossroads groups led by ace Republican strategist Karl Rove played a key role in the massive election victory achieved by Republicans last year. And now the groups are at it again, seeking to raise $120 million for next year’s elections, Politico reports.

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The groups issued the following statement Tuesday: “Today, American Crossroads and Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a collective fundraising goal of $120 million through the end of 2012.

"These resources will fund advocacy efforts to compete with the torrent of outside money from unions and left-leaning groups. Unions spent more than $400 million electing Barack Obama and Democrats in the 2008 elections, and we expect that total to be significantly higher in 2012.”

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