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Citizens United Political Victory Fund has made the following political contributions during the 2021-2022 election cycle to date:

United States Senate

  1. Ron Johnson (WI) - $5,000

United States House of Representatives

  1. Julia Letlow (LA 5) - $1,000
  2. Andy Biggs (AZ 5) - $5,000
  3. Max Miller (OH 16) - $5,000
  4. Claudia Tenney (NY 22) - $2,500
  5. Jeff Duncan (SC 3) - $1,000
  6. Scott Perry (PA 10) - $1,000
  7. Mike Johnson (LA 4) - $1,000
  8. Jerry Carl (AL 1) - $1,000
  9. Susan Wright (TX 6) - $2,500


  1. Team Rand - $2,500

Press Releases

Wash Times: Bossie: Making the truth about COVID-19 a priority

The left just wants an opportunity to investigate Trump yet...

Fox News: David Bossie: Voters vs Biden, Pelosi and Dems – why summer and fall of 2021 will be a pivotal moment for US

The American people are pushing back on the Biden-Harris-Pelosi-Schumer socialist...

Wash Times: Bossie: Biden and Democrats struggle with desperation and division

President's agenda is in disarray because he cowered to his...

WashTimes: Bossie: Biden uses COVID-19 pandemic to pass liberals' wish list. So much for science

They told us to wear masks. They told us to...

CUPVF In The News

JTN: David Bossie: Guatemalan president's 'disrespect' for VP Harris's 'pandering' was 'palpable'

President Alejandro Giammattei "lectured her about 'your policy created this...

JTN: Dave Bossie: "We're solely focused as a party to winning back the House and Senate in 2022."

President of Citizens United, David Bossie, on the focus of...

David Bossie: After Biden's 1st 100 Days, Chances Of Trump Running Again Are "70-30"

After Biden's 1st 100 Days, Chances Of Trump Running Again...

CU Pres. David Bossie appears on In Focus with Stephanie Hamill

Citizens United President David Bossie appears on In Focus with...

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Paid for by Citizens United Political Victory Fund and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Federal law prohibits CUPVF from soliciting donations from sources other than its members and executive or administrative personnel and their families. Contributions received from other sources will be returned to the donor. Contributions to CUPVF are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.