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Super PAC Spends Against New York Tea Party Candidate (Corrected)

Update 4:10pm A Republican Super PAC has spent over $500,000 opposing a New York tea party candidate in the June 24th Republican primary.  

The American Unity PAC , a Republican-oriented Super PAC, reported  it spent $559,516 opposing state assemblywoman Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., a tea party candidate in the 22nd Congressional District of New York. Tenney is running against Rep. Richard Hanna, R-N.Y., in the June 24th Republican primary. During the period April 1 through June 4th, the PAC raised $412,545 and sent $835,497, with $2,353,444 in cash on hand as of June 4th.  

Million-Dollar Donors Strengthen American Unity Super PAC

Two million-dollar hedge fund donors are helping to strengthen a Super PAC for the 2014 elections. The Super PAC had only a quarter of a million dollars in receipts last year.  

The American Unity PAC , a Republican-oriented Super PAC, reported  it had receipts of $2,753,687 and disbursements of $84,634 during the first quarter of 2014. The PAC has $2,776,397 cash on hand as of March 31st.