Focus On The Family Action

Focus On The Family Action has reported spending a total of $281,091 on independent campaigning through October 2010, with 100% benefiting Republican candidates. Back to group list.

Race Week before election Two weeks before election Three weeks before election 2010 Total
Colorado Senate
Supporting Ken Buck (R)
$0 $28,238 $0 $28,238
Virginia's 11th district
Supporting Keith S. Fimian (R)
$0 $27,840 $0 $27,840
South Carolina's 5th district
Opposing John M. Spratt Jr (D)
$0 $26,370 $0 $26,370
Indiana's 9th district
Supporting Todd Young (R)
$0 $23,650 $0 $23,650
Washington Senate
Supporting Dino Rossi (R)
$0 $22,986 $0 $22,986
South Dakota's 1st district
Opposing Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D)
$0 $0 $0 $18,550
Kentucky Senate
Supporting Rand Paul (R)
$0 $18,430 $0 $18,430
North Dakota's 1st district
Opposing Earl Pomeroy (D)
$0 $0 $0 $18,150
Wisconsin Senate
Opposing Russ Feingold (D)
$0 $14,960 $0 $14,960
North Carolina's 2nd district
Supporting Renee Ellmers (R)
$0 $13,056 $0 $13,056
Maryland's 1st district
Supporting Andy Harris (R)
$0 $12,750 $0 $12,750
West Virginia Senate
Supporting John R Raese (R)
$0 $11,563 $0 $11,563
Missouri's 4th district
Supporting Vicky Hartzler (R)
$0 $11,338 $0 $11,338
Pennsylvania's 11th district
Supporting Louis J. Barletta (R)
$0 $8,940 $0 $8,940
New Jersey's 6th district
Opposing Frank Pallone Jr (D)
$7,681 $0 $0 $7,681
Michigan's 7th district
Supporting Tim Walberg (R)
$0 $6,750 $0 $6,750
Arizona's 8th district
Opposing Gabrielle Giffords (D)
$0 $6,711 $0 $6,711
Alaska Senate
Supporting Joe Miller (R)
$0 $2,650 $0 $2,650
SOURCES: Federal Election Commission filings; Washington Post research

NOTE: Totals represent spending in calendar year 2010 and will change as new filings are made or information is amended. Data includes "electioneering communication" and electronically-filed "independent expenditure" spending reported to the Federal Election Commission. Spending on "issue ads" targeting candidates will not be included if it is more than 30 days before a primary or more than 60 days before the general election. "Weeks on list" shows the total number of weeks that a group or race has been in the top ten throughout the year.

By T.W. Farnam and Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso -- The Washington Post