Organizing for Action raises nearly $3.9 million, down from last quarter

Organizing for Action, a group designed to promote President Obama's policy agenda, raised $3.87 million between April and June, a drop from the nearly $5.9 million the group hauled in during the previous quarter.

OFA's second-quarter haul came from more than 106,000 contributions, the group said.

OFA is organized as a nonprofit advocacy organization. It was launched last year from the remainder of Obama's reelection campaign.

Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.

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