Americans for Job Security
Americans for Job Security has reported spending a total of $8,564,307 on independent campaigning so far this year, with 89% benefiting Republican candidates. Back to group list.
Americans for Job Security is a free-market advocacy group. The group calls itself a business association under the tax code, and its funding sources are unknown.
|Race||Last week||Two weeks ago||Three weeks ago||Total|
| Colorado Senate |
Opposing Jane Norton (R)
Supporting Ken Buck (R)
| West Virginia Senate |
Opposing Joe Manchin (D)
| Arkansas Senate |
Opposing Bill Halter (D)
| North Carolina's 11th district |
Opposing Heath Shuler (D)
| North Carolina's 8th district |
Opposing Larry Kissell (D)
| Colorado's 3rd district |
Opposing John Salazar (D)
| Virginia's 9th district |
Opposing Rick Boucher (D)
| New York's 24th district |
Opposing Michael Arcuri (D)
| Massachusetts Senate |
Supporting Scott P. Brown (R)
| Pennsylvania's 4th district |
Opposing Jason Altmire (D)
| North Carolina's 2nd district |
Opposing Bob Etheridge (D)
| Indiana's 8th district |
Opposing Trent Van Haaften (D)
| Pennsylvania's 7th district |
Opposing Bryan Lentz (D)
| Ohio's 18th district |
Opposing Zachary T. Space (D)
| Pennsylvania Senate |
Supporting Pat Toomey (R)
| New Mexico's 2nd district |
Opposing Harry Teague (D)
| Missouri's 7th district |
Opposing Billy Long (R)
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