American Majority Action Inc.
American Majority Action Inc. has reported spending a total of $151,420 on independent campaigning through October 2010, with 90% benefiting Republican candidates. Back to group list.
|Race||Week before election||Two weeks before election||Three weeks before election||2010 Total|
| Pennsylvania Senate |
Supporting Pat Toomey (R)
| Maryland's 1st district |
Opposing Frank M. Kratovil Jr (D)
| Pennsylvania's 8th district |
Supporting Michael G. Fitzpatrick (R)
| Pennsylvania's 10th district |
Supporting Chris Carney (D)
| Ohio Senate |
Supporting Rob Portman (R)
| Missouri's 3rd district |
Supporting Edward R. Martin Jr (R)
| Missouri's 7th district |
Supporting Billy Long (R)
| Pennsylvania's 7th district |
Supporting Patrick L. Meehan (R)
| Wisconsin Senate |
Supporting Ron Johnson (R)
| Ohio's 13th district |
Supporting Tom Ganley (R)
| Pennsylvania's 4th district |
Supporting Keith J. Rothfus (R)
| Ohio's 16th district |
Supporting James B. Renacci (R)
| Ohio's 15th district |
Supporting Steve Stivers (R)
| Pennsylvania's 11th district |
Supporting Louis J. Barletta (R)
| Ohio's 1st district |
Supporting Steve Chabot (R)
| Wisconsin's 7th district |
Supporting Sean P. Duffy (R)
| Pennsylvania's 12th district |
Supporting Tim Burns (R)
| Pennsylvania's 3rd district |
Supporting Mike Kelly (R)
| Wisconsin's 3rd district |
Supporting Dan Kapanke (R)
| Wisconsin's 8th district |
Supporting Reid Ribble (R)
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