Feb 14, 2016

PAC contributions by Texans' McNair seen as working at cross purposes - Houston Chronicle

WASHINGTON - In June, early in the presidential election cycle, Texans owner Bob McNair, one of the richest men in the country, gave $500,000 to a super PAC allied with hometown hopeful Ted Cruz. A month after that, he sent another $500,000 to a super PAC backing Marco Rubio. [...] those four independent political action committees have spent millions of dollars on ads tearing down one...

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