Personal Advocacy and Political Contributions

Personal Advocacy and Political Contributions*

June 2015 – June 2017


$5,000,000 – $9,999,999

Open Primaries Advocacy

Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Inc.

U.S. Justice Action Network

$1,000,000 -$4,999,999

California Charter Schools Association Advocates

Justice Consensus Action Network

Retirement Security Initiative

Yes on Measure HH, Coalition for Healthy Oakland Children

Yes on Proposition V, San Franciscans United to Reduce Diabetes in Children

$500,000 -$999,999

American Heart Association, Inc.

Coalition for Healthy Kids and Education

Empower Louisiana, Inc.

Indirect Contributions- Patient Rights

Indirect Contributions- Pension Reform

Kansans Support Problem Solvers

Maricopa Strong

National Alliance for a Better Nutrition

The Chamberlain Project

$100,000 -$499,999

Action for Healthy Food

Alabama Policy Institute

America Works USA

American Civil Liberties Union, Inc.

Arizonans for Strong Leadership

Californians for Innovation PAC Ro Khanna (CA)

Coalition for Consumer Patent Protection

Common Sense Leadership for America

Education Reform Now Advocacy, Inc.

EdVoice Independent Expenditure Committee

FairVote Action Fund, Inc.

FairVote Minnesota

Georgians Together

Great Schools Massachusetts

Healthier Colorado

Indirect Contributions – Soda Tax

Innovation Reform Action Project

Justice Consensus Action Network

No Labels

Opportunity for All Georgia Students, Inc.

Philadelphians for a Fair Future

Planned Parenthood Texas Votes

Public Safety Action Network

Stand for Children, Inc.

Texans for Education Reform

The Center for Healthy Eating and Food

$50,000 -$99,999

Concerned Citizens for America’s Future

Great Schools PAC

Illinois Public Health Institute

Texans for Local Control

$10,000 -$49,999

50CAN Action Fund

American Federation for Children, Inc.

Bill King for Mayor (Houston)

ChangeLab Solutions

Citizens for Healthy Oakland Children

Claire McCaskill For US Senate

Foundation for Healthy Generations

Friends of John Luman

Heidi Heitkamp for US Senate

Indirect Contributions- Education Reform

Josh Gottheimer for Congress

Louisiana Charter Schools in Action

Memphians for School Equity PAC

Public Health Institute

Raul Torrez for New Mexico

Stephen Costello for Mayor

Strong Leadership for America

The Black Alliance for Educational Options Action Fund

Tom Reed for U.S. Congress

Upstream Public Health

WA Charters Action PAC
*The list above includes donations made directly as well as through the Action Now Initiative, an independent 501(c)(4)
organization based in Houston, Texas.

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