- The Washington Times - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Former GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is using her fundraising arm to hoist up Republican candidates, donating $45,000 across nine races.

New finance records show that Sarah PAC gave $5,000 each to the re-election bids of Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts and Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar; the campaigns for Senate candidates Joe Miller of Alaska and Joe Carr of Tennessee; and for congressional hopefuls Bob Johnson and Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, Zach Dasher of Louisiana, Thomas Earl Emmer of Minnesota, and Clint Didier of Washington.

Sarah PAC reported receipts of $433,497 and disbursements of $483,823 during the third quarter of the 2014 cycle, with $927,594 cash on hand as of Sept. 30.

Mrs. Palin is rumored to be considering a presidential run in 2016. In an interview with Fox News in March, Mrs. Palin said she did not have plans to seek the nomination but added that she would “never say never.”


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