At a Koch-funded retreat in June in Dana Point, California, the attendees pledged to raise $500 million to help Republicans take the Senate. In order to most cogently assess the impact of the Koch brother’s financial spending, IFG has aggregated data from their myriad channels of funding. See our breakdown of spending here. These middlemen, such as Americans for Prosperity and Club for Growth, receive massive amounts of funding from the Koch brothers and distribute it to candidates across the country. Often the money is passed through multiple organizations before it is finally spent on a candidate.
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