spent almost $500,000 on the re-election effort of David Valadao (R-Calif.
The Center reported that CULAC
had made 55% of its contributions to Republicans and 45% to Democrats.
During the past month, CULAC
spent almost $217,000 on radio advertising and direct mail on behalf of Valadao, who was first elected in 2012, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, which keeps tabs on independent spending.
is identified as the sponsor of the 30-second ad.
Since 2000, CULAC
contributed $46,000 to Reid's leadership Political Action Committee and $28,266.
In return for the sweetener, policyholders in the CGNU Life and CULAC
funds will surrender their rights to share any potential future surplus in the funds.
, CUNA's political action committee, contribued $10,000 to his re-election campaign in 2014 and $10,000 to his leadership PAC.
also spent slightly more than $197,000 on an independent expenditure, which consisted of digital ads, Pandora online radio ads, direct mail and a website aimed at likely voters.
The money goes to customers who held "with profits" CGNU or CULAC
life or pensions policies on November 21, 2006.
He served as Florida's CULAC
Trustee for the previous two years.
said it contributed the $10,000 legal maximum to Reid's re-election campaign and the maximum $30,000 to his leadership PAC as well as $152,535 for an independent expenditure urging his reelection.
contributed the maximum $10,000 to Shelby's re-election committee and $12,000 to his leadership PAC while NAFCU donated $3,500 to his re-election campaign.