Priorities has raised $88.7 million in all and has another $45 million in commitments, officials said. The group is in the midst of a $20 million pre-convention TV advertising campaign in swing states, releasing a new spot Sunday featuring some of GOP contender Donald Trump's most provocative comments on foreign policy. As of the end of May, the super PAC had nearly $52 million in the bank.
The organized and well-funded push for Clinton contrasts sharply with the chaos that surrounds the groups supporting Trump. At least five super PACs are in the mix, creating confusion among donors unsure where to put their money.
One of the first groups on the scene, Great America PAC, has raised just $3.5 million since forming in February. The super PAC rolled out a new ad Monday spotlighting the massacre in Orlando and featuring a former Navy SEAL who touts Trump as "willing to make tough choices to protect America." The spot is part of a $700,000 TV campaign set to air nationally and in key states over the next several weeks.