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Saturday, October 4, 2014

PAC money tops $2.5 million in Peters-DeMaio race

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(Union Tribune San Diego)  -  Political action committees have spent more than $2.5 million thus far trying to influence the outcome of the Republican Carl DeMaio and Democrat Scott Peters contest for the 52nd Congressional District.
That’s the latest figure reported by the Federal Election Commission, which tracks outside expenditures in near-real time. The National Republican Congressional Committee on behalf of DeMaio and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on behalf of Peters dominate the cash layout.
Most of it has gone to pay for television ads and mailers, but the R and D campaigns groups also have spent ten of thousands on surveys and research.
DeMaio and Peters each had raised well more than $2 million through the end of June. Neither has disclosed what they raised in the third quarter between July 1 and Sept. 30. Those income and expenditure reports are due by Oct. 15, although word may come out sooner.
The only race in California where PACS have spent more than in the 52nd is in District 7 race near Sacramento where first-term Democrat Ami Bera faces GOP challenger Doug Ose. PACs have shelled out more than $2.9 million in that contest.
Outside group spending in San Diego County’s four other congressional elections? Zero.

San Diego's 52nd Congressional District
The district is a toss-up with 32% Democrat registration, 34% GOP
and 34% independents and smaller parties.

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