Liberal billionaire George Soros added a $2.5 million donation to a pro-Clinton super PAC in August, according to filings released by the Federal Election Commission.
With the Republican field winnowing and wealthy Democratic donors writing massive checks, Hillary Clinton now boasts the richest Super PAC of any presidential candidate.
Two pro-Hilary Clinton groups will be joining forces to launch a multi-million dollar campaign in hopes of energizing young female voters to vote against Republican “extremism” in the 2016 presidential election.
Guy Cecil, who recently joined super PAC Priorities USA Action and is expected to lead its effort to raise millions in support of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, has contributed up to $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary Clinton supporter David Brock resigned from the board of a leading pro-Clinton Super PAC on Monday after alleging “an orchestrated political hit job” against two other prominent pro-Clinton groups.
The new, expanded Priorities USA board has strong ties to both labor and corporate interests, which could be helpful in raising money from new sources, the Washington Post reports.