Hijacking Campaign 2014 - Information on NRA Political Victory Fund

Hijacking Campaign 2014

NRA Political Victory Fund

Posted: September 3, 2014
Updated: May 30, 2017

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This political action committee is controlled by the Virginia-based National Rifle Association, the nation's largest pro-gun lobbying and advocacy organization. Before the 2014 election It last made independent expenditures in the 2013 Special Election in the 69th Assembly District formerly held by Representative Scott Suder.

It spent a little more than $10,000 supporting Republican candidates in 15 Assembly and four Senate races, all won their respective elections but one, Ashton Krisch in the 81st Assembly District.

Last active election: 2013