List of Well-Known SuperPACs
The list of Super PACs is constantly changing and there are many groups that could be considered a Super PAC.
Here are a few examples of well-known Super PACs that have been active in recent years:
American Crossroads: A conservative Super PAC founded by Karl Rove, which has spent millions of dollars supporting Republican candidates and causes.
Priorities USA Action: A liberal Super PAC that has supported Democratic candidates and causes, particularly in recent presidential elections.
Club for Growth: A conservative Super PAC that focuses on economic issues and has supported Republican candidates who align with its free-market, pro-growth ideology.
Emily's List: A liberal Super PAC that works to elect pro-choice Democratic women to office.
America First Action: A super PAC that supported the re-election of President Donald Trump and other candidates that shared his America First policies.
Lincoln Project : A super PAC that was active during the 2020 U.S presidential campaign, it was made of a group of republicans who opposed the re-election of President Donald Trump.
America Rising: A conservative Super PAC that focuses on opposition research and has supported Republican candidates and causes.
End Citizens United: A liberal Super PAC that focuses on campaign finance reform and has supported Democratic candidates who share its views on this issue.
Congressional Leadership Fund: A Super PAC that supports Republican candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives.
Senate Majority PAC: A Super PAC that supports Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate.
MoveOn.org Political Action: A liberal Super PAC that supports progressive candidates and causes.
Make America Number 1: A super PAC that supported the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump.
Restore Our Future : A super PAC that supported the 2012 presidential campaign of Mitt Romney.
It is important to note that this list is not exhaustive and there are many other Super PACs that are active at the state and local level, as well as those that focus on specific issues or causes. Also, it's worth noting that Super PACs are not required to register with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) but they are required to file regular reports disclosing their donors and expenditures.
New Super PACs are formed regularly, and many existing Super PACs close or change focus over time. Additionally, sometimes Super PACs merge or change their name as well.