Saturday, January 30, 2010

A look at the workings of Sarah PAC.

I have been wondering about the inner workings of Sarah PAC (Sarah Palin's official political action committee) for a long time, such as who is and who isn't receiving contributions from her political committee, how successful has the committee been in fundraising and who designed the official website for Sarah PAC, because someone deserves a pink slip.

  • Sarah PAC raised over $2.1 million dollars last year, not bad for an organization that has been around for just twelve months - Huck PAC received $1.3 million dollars less than Sarah Palin's organization did. Speaking volumes in a potential face off for the Republican nomination in 2012, where fundraising will be crucial.
  • Doug Hoffman, Tom Rooney, Tom Coburn, Marsha Blackburn, Rob Portman, John Thune, Richard Burr, Michelle Bachmann, Orrin Hatch, Chuck Grassley, Lindsey Graham, Jim DeMint, Roy Blunt, Bob McDonnell and John Kasich all received political contributions from Sarah PAC. It appears Chris Christie and David Harmer were left out.
  • Most if not all expenditures were on the up and up, besides for $403.20 dollars that was spent on breakfast in New York, thousands of dollars in photographer costs and thousands spent on website development (got ripped off).
  • Almost all funds raised, came from individual donors....quite the accomplishment.

Sarah Palin's political organization is up and running at full speed, I am glad to see Conservative Republican candidates receiving contributions from Sarah PAC, I hope a new website designer is hired...........and a blog is established and maintained, because the lack of Sarah PAC updates is an annoyance.

Overall, good news for Sarah Palin and to those who donated to Palin's organization, it appears we might have a strong force to stand behind in 2010, I hope we're not disappointed.

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ndanielson said...

Just why is she supporting Goober Graham and John McCain? And why the defections from the Tea Party convention?

MickeyWhite said...

Marsha Blackburn Voted FOR:
Omnibus Appropriations, Special Education, Global AIDS Initiative, Job Training, Unemployment Benefits, Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations, Agriculture Appropriations, U.S.-Singapore Trade, U.S.-Chile Trade, Supplemental Spending for Iraq & Afghanistan, Prescription Drug Benefit, Child Nutrition Programs, Surface Transportation, Job Training and Worker Services, Agriculture Appropriations, Foreign Aid, Vocational/Technical Training, Supplemental Appropriations, UN “Reforms.” Patriot Act Reauthorization, CAFTA, Katrina Hurricane-relief Appropriations, Head Start Funding, Line-item Rescission, Oman Trade Agreement, Military Tribunals, Electronic Surveillance, Head Start Funding, COPS Funding, Funding the REAL ID Act (National ID), Foreign Intelligence Surveillance, Thought Crimes “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, Peru Free Trade Agreement, Economic Stimulus, Farm Bill (Veto Override), Warrantless Searches, Employee Verification Program, Body Imaging Screening.

Marsha Blackburn Voted AGAINST:
Ban on UN Contributions, eliminate Millennium Challenge Account, WTO Withdrawal, UN Dues Decrease, Defunding the NAIS, Iran Military Operations defunding Iraq Troop Withdrawal, congress authorization of Iran Military Operations.

Marsha Blackburn is my Congressman.
See her unconstitutional votes at :

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