27 became a famous number this campaign season.
Virtually anyone tuned into the presidential race knows the average donation to Bernie Sanders’ campaign was $27. Whether you supported Bernie or not, it is likely you understand what the $27 donation stood to represent – and these are principles most Americans believe in:
- Campaigns should be funded by people, not PACs.
- The only way to compete with big money is with lots of individuals taking action.
- We need campaign finance reform.
- We must overturn Citizens United.
- People can make a big difference if they work together taking small actions.
My campaign is not about me – it’s about everyday voters, families, workers, and small business owners committed to a congress that works the way the Founding Fathers intended.
And, my donations show I am overwhelmingly supported by individuals, not PACs.
By contrast, 99% of my opponent’s $2M raised in his 2014 campaign came from wealthy donors and PACs.
Of course, 76% of those funds came from outside of the 6th congressional district.
To have the funds to compete, I need as many small donations as possible.
I need your support today – please give $27, $270, or $2700 to help me stand for the values of the number 27.
Bonus: Selected PACs Supporting Bob Goodlatte this Cycle (Partial List)
Williams & Jensen PLLC PAC $1000
Wendy’s PAC $2500
Walt Disney Employees PAC $2500
Votesane PAC $500
Virginia Poultry Growers Cooperative $2700
VIACOM International PAC $2500
US Travel Association PAC $2500
Universal Music Group PAC $2000
Tom James Company PAC $1000
The GEO Group PAC $2500
Steptoe & Johnson PAC $1000
SoundExchange Legislative Fund $1000
Recording Industry of America PAC $2000
Real Estate Roundtable PAC $1000
Pepsico Concerned Citizens Fund $2500
PCI PAC (Property Casualty Insurers) $1000
NRA Political Victory Fund $950
News Corp PAC $1000
New York Life PAC $1000
National Turkey Federation PAC $2500
National Automobile Dealers Association $5000
National Assoc. Home Builders $2500
Leonard Evan Wheeler (NABPAC) $2700
Jochum Shore & Trossevin PAC $500
Iowans for Latham $1000
Intel PAC $2500
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries $2500
iHeartMedia Inc – Clear Channel $2000
Huntington Ingalls Ind. PAC $2500
Honeywell International PAC $3000
Hershey Company PAC $1000
HDMA PAC -Healthcare Distribution $2500
Harris Corporation PAC $1000
Farm Credit PAC $2000
ESOP Association PAC $1000
Enterprise Holdings PAC $2500
EMC Corp PAC $1000
Ebay Inc. for Responsible Govt. $2000
Drinker Biddie PAC $1000
DGA PAC $5000
Dennis Russell Cronk (Votesane PAC) $500
Deloitte Federal PAC $5000
CSX Corp Good Govt. Fund $5000
Cox Enterprises PAC $2500
Comcast & NBC Universal PAC $5000
Coca-Cola Nonpartisan Committee $1000
CME Group PAC $2500
Clorox Employees PAC $2000
CGI Technologies and Solutions PAC $1000
Cardinal Health PAC $2000
Boat PAC (National Marine Man.) $1000
Association of American Publishers PAC $2500
Anheuser-Busch PAC $5000
American Hospital Assoc PAC $2000
American Federation of Musicians $1000
American Electric Power Committee $2000
American Cable Assn Inc PAC $2500
American Airlines PAC $2000
AIPLA – American Intellectual Property $1000
AICPA PAC $500
Action Committee for Rural Electrification $1000