Maury Thompson

Sep 18, 2021

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Stefanik E-Pac boosts campaign coffers of 1st-term incumbents

U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, is off to a strong start in boosting the campaign coffers of fellow Republican women incumbents.

E-PAC, the political action committee of Stefanik, had contributed $5,000 each to ten first-term incumbent women, as of July 31, the most recent report filed with the Federal Election Commission.

The candidates are: Kim Young, California; Maria Elvira Salazar, Florida; Beth Van Duyne, Texas; Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma; Nicole Malliotakis, Staten Island; Claudia Tenney, Clinton; Ashley Hinton, Iowa; Mariannett Miller-Meeks, Iowa; Michelle Steel, California; Nancy Mace, South Carolina.

E-PAC also contributed $5,000 each to senior Republican incumbent women Ann Wager of Missouri and Virginia Foxx of Tennessee.

So far this campaign cycle, E-PAC had $219, 352 in receipts, as of July 31, 27.3 percent of which was in “small dollar” un-itemized contributions of less than $200 each.

E-PAC had $295,989 on hand, as of July 31.

Click here to read my most recent previous E-PAC post.