Senate Conservatives Fund Already Spent Nearly $1 Million To Unseat McConnell

The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) has already invested nearly $1 million of its $2 million haul in Matt Bevin, the Republican challenging Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in the Senate primary.

The group announced Friday that it had reached its goal of raising $2 million to boost its preferred Senate candidates. Of that $2 million, $985,994 went to Bevin. Mississippi State Sen. Chris McDaniel (R-KY) got the most money next with $515, 993. McDaniel is challenging Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS).

SCF has continuously attacked McConnell during even the earliest days of the 2014 election cycle. McConnell hasn’t taken those attacks lying down. In November the top Senate Republican said SCF gives conservatism “a bad name.”

Here’s the breakdown of how much each SCF endorsed candidate got: