Senator Martha McSally, a Big Money 20 incumbent, received a total of $202,000 from corporate PACs in Q4
In 2019, McSally received over $700,000 from corporate PACs
In the fourth quarter of 2019, Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) took $202,000 from corporate PACs, including $13,500 from Big Pharma. Over the course of 2019, McSally took a whopping total of over $700,000 from corporate PACs. McSally’s reliance on corporate PACs underscores her campaign’s lack of support from Arizonans and her dependence on corporate special interests.
“Senator McSally has worked to advance corporate special interests in Washington over Arizonans. Now, in the midst of a tough reelection, McSally is relying on them to boost her flailing campaign. Arizonans know these contributions are why their voices are not heard in Washington,” said End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller.
ECU’s Big Money 20 campaign is focused on holding incumbents who benefit most from the corrupt establishment in Washington accountable by showing voters how politicians put corporate special interest donors ahead of the people they’re supposed to represent. For a full list and additional background on the Big Money 20, click here.
ECU is a traditional political action committee (PAC) with more than four million members, including 80,900 in Arizona.