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Joint Fundraising Committees

Joint fundraising committees can be created by two or more candidates, PACs or party committees to share the costs of fundraising, and split the proceeds. Participants in the JFC can't take any more money from a donor than they could if the money was given directly, but this vehicle allows a donor to write one very large check. Before the 2014 McCutcheon v. FEC decision, the checks donors wrote to JFCs were subject to overall aggregate limits. Following the decision, those limits were removed, opening up the possibility of JFCs that involve many candidates or committees, which can then solicit one donor for a mega-contribution.

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Top 2020 Joint Fundraising Committees

CommitteePartyTotal Raised
Trump Make America Great Again Cmte R $349,434,056
Trump Victory R $188,090,002
Biden Victory Fund D $86,411,606
Take Back the House 2020 R $50,411,462
Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund D $22,832,733
Democratic Grassroots Victory Fund D $20,163,300
Scalise Leadership Fund R $14,580,519
McCarthy Victory Fund R $12,217,420
Biden Action Fund D $11,573,719
Cornyn Majority Texas R $8,276,707

Top 2020 Joint Fundraising Committee Recipients

RecipientPartyRecipient Type*OfficeTotal
Trump, Donald R C PRES $346,424,646
Republican National Cmte R P $215,562,906
Biden, Joe D C PRES $51,600,000
DNC Services Corp D P $44,017,576
National Republican Congressional Cmte R P $36,405,674
Democratic Congressional Campaign Cmte D P $23,178,370
National Republican Senatorial Cmte R P $18,328,033
McConnell, Mitch** R C KYS1 $4,823,651
American Bridge 21st Century O $4,585,482
Cornyn, John** R C TXS1 $4,176,460
*Recipient types: C for candidates, L for leadership PACs, P for party committees, J for Joint Fundraising Committees, O for outside spending groups, A for PACs.

** denotes an incumbent

Based on data released by the Federal Election Commission on September 21, 2020.

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