Risky Business? Pac Decisionmaking in Congressional Elections

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Appendices
Appendices A and B summarize the contributions and expenditures made by each PAC covered by this book over the past twelve years. For each committee, Appendix A lists the total amount contributed, the number of candidates receiving contributions, and the proportion of all contributions by the PAC that were given to each type of campaign (e.g., House Democratic incumbents). In the cases of PACs that also made independent expenditures supporting or opposing candidates, Appendix B provides the tables for those expenditures.These tables allow for comparisons among the different committees described in the preceding chapters. They also document the changes some PACs have made over the course of these six election cycles, changing their emphasis to different types of campaigns as experience and electoral circumstances change.
Appendix A: Contributions to Congressional Candidates by Individual PACs (in dollars and number of candidates) (Tables A.1-A.20)
Appendix B: Expenditures by Individual PACs (in dollars and number of candidates) (Tables B.1-B.3)

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