Week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election up to Nov 2012

Week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election from December 2011 up to November 2012 (in million U.S. dollars)

Week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election up to Nov 2012 This graph shows the week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election from December 2011 up to November 2012. During the week preceding the Super Tuesday on March 6 - from February 27 to March 4 - super PACs spent about 11.2 million U.S. dollars.
Super PACs are independent expenditure-only committees, which may raise unlimited sums of money from corporations, unions, associations and individuals, then spend unlimited sums to overtly advocate for or against political candidates. However, direct coordination and communication between political candidates and super PACs is prohibited. Each of the GOP candidates is supported by at least one super PAC.
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Week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election from December 2011 up to November 2012 (in million U.S. dollars)

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Week starting dateExpenditure in million U.S. dollars
Nov 5, 20121.35
Oct 29, 201297.8
Oct 22, 201276.5
Oct 15, 201253.4
Oct 8, 201234.3
Oct 1, 201233
Sep 24, 201217.3
Sep 17, 201229
Sep 10, 201210.03
Sep 03, 20128.8
Aug 27, 20123.29
Aug 20, 201215.7
Aug 13, 201213.47
Aug 6, 20124.31
Jul 30, 201214.16
Jul 23, 201211
Jul 16, 20124.54
Jul 9, 20123.31
Jul 2, 20120.85
Jun 25, 20126.31
Jun 18, 20128.93
Jun 11, 20121.39
Jun 4, 20124.33
May 28, 20121.57
May 21, 20122.07
May 14, 20128.15
May 7, 20125.15
Apr 30, 20124.14
Apr 23, 20123.24
Apr 16, 20121.28
Apr 9, 20122.88
Apr 2, 20120.76
Mar 26, 20123.66
Mar 19, 20121.83
Mar 12, 20123.68
Mar 05, 20124.54
Feb 27, 201211.2
Feb 20, 20127.61
Feb 13, 20124.54
Feb 06, 20120.4
Jan 30, 20121.23
Jan 23, 201212.2
Jan 16, 20124.84
Jan 09, 201210.7
Jan 02, 20121.91
Dec 26, 20114.14
Dec 19, 20111.66
Dec 12, 20112.71
Week starting dateExpenditure in million U.S. dollars
Nov 5, 20121.35
Oct 29, 201297.8
Oct 22, 201276.5
Oct 15, 201253.4
Oct 8, 201234.3
Oct 1, 201233
Sep 24, 201217.3
Sep 17, 201229
Sep 10, 201210.03
Sep 03, 20128.8
Aug 27, 20123.29
Aug 20, 201215.7
Aug 13, 201213.47
Aug 6, 20124.31
Jul 30, 201214.16
Jul 23, 201211
Jul 16, 20124.54
Jul 9, 20123.31
Jul 2, 20120.85
Jun 25, 20126.31
Jun 18, 20128.93
Jun 11, 20121.39
Jun 4, 20124.33
May 28, 20121.57
May 21, 20122.07
May 14, 20128.15
May 7, 20125.15
Apr 30, 20124.14
Apr 23, 20123.24
Apr 16, 20121.28
Apr 9, 20122.88
Apr 2, 20120.76
Mar 26, 20123.66
Mar 19, 20121.83
Mar 12, 20123.68
Mar 05, 20124.54
Feb 27, 201211.2
Feb 20, 20127.61
Feb 13, 20124.54
Feb 06, 20120.4
Jan 30, 20121.23
Jan 23, 201212.2
Jan 16, 20124.84
Jan 09, 201210.7
Jan 02, 20121.91
Dec 26, 20114.14
Dec 19, 20111.66
Dec 12, 20112.71
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This graph shows the week-by-week super PAC spending in the 2012 election from December 2011 up to November 2012. During the week preceding the Super Tuesday on March 6 - from February 27 to March 4 - super PACs spent about 11.2 million U.S. dollars.
Super PACs are independent expenditure-only committees, which may raise unlimited sums of money from corporations, unions, associations and individuals, then spend unlimited sums to overtly advocate for or against political candidates. However, direct coordination and communication between political candidates and super PACs is prohibited. Each of the GOP candidates is supported by at least one super PAC.
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