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In recent weeks, the political action committee has helped urge its contributors to donate $500,000 to the congressional campaign of Democrat Jon Ossoff, a first-time political candidate in Georgia. Ossoff, 30, has by raising more than $4 million for the April 18 special election to fill a Republican House seat in suburban Atlanta left vacant by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.
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WASHINGTON — End Citizens United, a political action committee focused on driving big money out of politics, is raising some big money of its own.
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501(c)(4) groups refer to the IRS code in which their income tax exemptions are defined. The code defines these groups as civic leagues and social welfare organizations. These groups can engage in limited political activity, but politics cannot comprise the group's primary activity.
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(4) An organization whose only payments of money in the prior 2 years for the purpose of influencing a campaign in this State are contributions to candidates, party committees, political action committees or ballot question committees registered with the commission or a municipality and that has not raised and accepted any contributions during the calendar year for the purpose of influencing a campaign in this State.
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In mid-2013, a wave of Super PACs were formed by politically-active 20 year olds. In August 2013 alone, four new Super PACs led by 20-35 year olds were registered with the . The 25-year-old (at the time of the report) Sarah Ponn, founder of Pass the Torch PAC in New Hampshire, stated her reasons for registering the Super PAC, "That’s why we went with a super PAC. It gives us that ability to step outside the party lines."