The A to Z guide for 2014’s least influential super PACs


Stephen Colbert is a player in the super PAC world. (Kristopher Long/AP)

Outside groups have been filing financial reports like crazy in the lead-up to this year's very important midterms -- and 2016's very important presidential election -- groups that you will likely hear about a lot in the upcoming months. These are not those groups.

A

Americans for the Win Tomorrow: $100 on hand on January 1, 2014

B

Bearded Entrepreneurs for the Advancement of a Responsible Democracy: $52

C

Conservatives Acting Together PAC (CATPAC): $140.43

D

Dick Morris' Just Say No to Hillary PAC: $0

E

The Edvengers: $0

F

Fat Old Men PAC: $0

G

Game Changer PAC: $0

H

Hitch a Wang Bang Noodle All Night Long: $0 (Also terminated on January 1, 2014)

I

In Our Mothers Name PAC: $98.10

J

Just the Facts PAC: $100

K

Kansas Horse Association: $0

L

Louisiana Horse Association: $0

M

Monstah PAC: $20

N

Neo Common Sense PAC: $0

O

Ohio Horse Association: $0 (why this person in Kaufman, Texas has so many horse PACs remains to be seen)

P

Patriots Against Tax Tyrants: $0

Q

R

Russia Watch: $5

S

Science!: $0

T

Term Limits March: $0

U

USA PAC: $60

V

Values are Vital PAC: $0

W

We Just Want Stephen Colbert to Come to Our College Super PAC: $922.42

X

Y

Z

Jaime Fuller reports on national politics for "The Fix" and Post Politics. She worked previously as an associate editor at the American Prospect, a political magazine based in Washington, D.C.

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