MoveOn.org has reported spending a total of $1,132,277 on independent campaigning so far this year, with 100% benefiting Democratic candidates. Back to group list.
The path-breaking liberal advocacy group has used the Internet to push policy and candidates. The group has grown to 5 million members from humble beginnings as an online petition against the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
|Race||Last week||Two weeks ago||Three weeks ago||Total|
| California Senate |
Opposing Carly Fiorina (R)
Supporting Barbara Boxer (D)
| Virginia's 5th district |
Supporting Tom Perriello (D)
| Arizona's 7th district |
Supporting Raul M. Grijalva (D)
| Washington's 8th district |
Opposing Dave Reichert (R)
| Illinois Senate |
Opposing Mark Kirk (R)
Supporting Alexander Giannoulias (D)
| Pennsylvania's 15th district |
Opposing Charlie Dent (R)
| New Jersey's 2nd district |
Opposing Frank A. LoBiondo (R)
| New Hampshire Senate |
Opposing Kelly A. Ayotte (R)
| Kentucky Senate |
Opposing Rand Paul (R)
| Ohio's 12th district |
Opposing Patrick J. Tiberi (R)
| Ohio's 8th district |
Opposing John Boehner (R)
| New York's 19th district |
Supporting John Hall (D)
| New York's 20th district |
Supporting Scott Murphy (D)
| Washington Senate |
Supporting Patty Murray (D)
| Ohio Senate |
Supporting Lee Irwin Fisher (D)
| Washington's 2nd district |
Supporting Rick Larsen (D)
| Pennsylvania Senate |
Supporting Joseph A. Sestak, Jr (D)
| Nevada Senate |
Supporting Harry Reid (D)
| Nevada's 3rd district |
Supporting Dina Titus (D)
| Missouri Senate |
Supporting Robin Carnahan (D)
| Illinois's 11th district |
Supporting Deborah Halvorson (D)
| New Hampshire's 1st district |
Supporting Carol Shea-Porter (D)
| New Hampshire's 2nd district |
Supporting Ann Mclane Kuster (D)
| Washington's 3rd district |
Supporting Dennis Heck (D)
| Colorado Senate |
Supporting Michael F. Bennet (D)
| Wisconsin's 8th district |
Supporting Steve Kagen (D)
| Florida's 24th district |
Supporting Suzanne Kosmas (D)
| New Mexico's 1st district |
Supporting Martin Heinrich (D)
| Pennsylvania's 10th district |
Supporting Chris Carney (D)
| Pennsylvania's 3rd district |
Supporting Kathleen Dahlkemper (D)
| Michigan's 7th district |
Supporting Mark Schauer (D)
| Florida's 8th district |
Supporting Alan Grayson (D)
| Colorado's 3rd district |
Supporting John Salazar (D)
| Indiana's 9th district |
Supporting Baron Hill (D)
| Arizona's 8th district |
Supporting Gabrielle Giffords (D)
| New Mexico's 2nd district |
Supporting Harry Teague (D)
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