Top House GOP super PAC raised $58M in second quarter

The Congressional Leadership Fund, a top House GOP super PAC and its sister group, American Action Network, raised $58 million over the past three months.

Of that total, $46.4 million comes from CLF — which is the largest second quarter in the group’s history. Together CLF and AAN have raised $200 million to date since the start of 2023.

CLF has close ties to Speaker Mike Johnson and is the biggest spender in congressional races for the GOP. And when chaos engulfed the House Republican Conference with Kevin McCarthy’s ouster, there were serious questions about the group’s ability to keep raising money.

But the fundraising totals are the latest sign that the turmoil hasn’t spooked donors and choked their coffers too much.

The two GOP groups beat their Democratic counterparts last quarter. House Majority PAC and its allied House Majority Forward raised $51 million.

CLF’s latest campaign finance report, which will cover activity from April 1-June 30, is due to the Federal Election Commission on July 15.