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Northrop Grumman PAC Gives $223K to House and Senate Members in May

The Employees of Northrop Grumman Corporation PAC 

Employees of Northrop Grumman Corporation PAC

 reported it contributed $223,000 to federal candidates and committees in May, moving the PAC into the top-tier of PAC givers during May.

Other PACs reporting yesterday and giving large amounts included the PAC of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (DRIVE)$196,500; 

PAC of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (DRIVE)

$196,500; Honeywell International PAC giving $193,000; 

Honeywell International PAC

 giving $193,000; Deloitte PAC giving $190,500; 

Deloitte PAC

 giving $190,500; Koch Industries Inc. PAC giving $145,000; 

Koch Industries Inc. PAC

 giving $145,000; CSX Corporation Good Government Fund giving $141,000; 

CSX Corporation Good Government Fund

 giving $141,000; Service Employees International Union Committee on Political Education$127,500; and 

Service Employees International Union Committee on Political Education

$127,500; and New York Life Insurance Company PAC giving $122,700.

New York Life Insurance Company PAC

PACs filing earlier were listed in yesterday’s post.

The Cantor Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee, 

Cantor Victory Fund

, a joint fundraising committee, reported raising 595,974  during May. The PAC now has $1 million cash on hand as of May 31. Major donors included Marvin Gilliam (executive, Cumberland Resources Corp., Va.) and Marcia $105,200; Richard Merkin (CEO, Heritage Provider Network, Calif.) $52,600; Martin Barrington (vice chairman, Altria, Va.) $50,000; David Fischer (CEO, The Suburban Collection, Mich.) $50,000; James Nicholson (CEO, PVS Chemicals Inc., Mich.) $50,000; and Julia Taubman (homemaker, Mich.) $50,000; among others.

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