More than 50 donors have given at least $1 million apiece to super PACs aligned with presidential candidates.
It didn’t reach the figure until the final hours of the six-month fundraising period.
The theme of the three-day conference hosted by the group Freedom Partners is “Unleashing Our Free Society: A Strategy to Expand Opportunity for All Americans.“
The billionaire industrialists and their conservative political allies are consumed with matching the kind of data-driven ground operation that helped get the president reelected in 2012.
The move signals a tentative truce between the rival data operations.
“You can’t be everywhere,” he said Monday.
Finance records from her sprawling campaign raise questions about whether the Democratic front-runner’s fundraising can keep pace with her rapid spending.
Nearly $4 of every $5 raised for GOP candidates went to super PACs and other groups.
Sixty-one percent of her donors were women.
The move puts pressure on other GOP candidates to do the same.