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The group, which typically supports conservative Tea Party candidates, gave the maximum contribution, $15,000, to both Quin Hillyer, running in Alabama's 1st District special election, and Bob Barr, running in Georgia's 11th District. 

Rep. Steve Daines (Mont.) received $10,000 to support him in his 2014 primary and the general election.

Citizens United gave $5,000 to help defend a handful of candidates in their primaries, including Reps. Tom GravesTom GravesRepublicans who oppose, support Trump refugee order Republican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman House votes to keep lawmaker pay freeze in place MORE (Ga.), Tom CottonTom CottonKoch-backed group stepping up advocacy against border tax GOP senator: 'Serious concerns' about House border tax plan GOP senators to Trump: We support 'maintaining and expanding' Gitmo MORE (Ark.), Jim Jordan (Ohio) and Bobby Schilling (Ill.) and hopeful David Rouzer (N.C.), and it gave $5,000 to be used in a runoff by Rep. Steve StockmanSteve StockmanWhy Republicans took aim at an ethics watchdog Cruz will skip State of the Union Ethics: Lawmakers didn’t ‘knowingly’ break rules with Azerbaijan gifts MORE (Texas).

For Reps. Doug Collins (Ga.), Jackie Walorski (Ind.), Ann Wagner (Mo.), Marlin Stutzman (Ind.), Jeff Duncan (S.C.), Trey GowdyTrey GowdyCongress asserts itself GOP rep says media is 'blurring' fact and opinion Oversight panel demands answers on Pentagon waste report MORE (S.C.), Dan BenishekDan BenishekRepublican groups launch final ad blitz in key House battlegrounds Tea Party class reassesses record Michigan Republican to retire MORE (Mich.), Tim Walberg (Mich.), Louie GohmertLouie GohmertCongress must not pass Endangered Species reform bill Gohmert calls Yates 'a political hack' Dem Castro weighs challenge to Cruz MORE (Texas) and Joe WilsonJoe WilsonOvernight Cybersecurity: Flynn fallout | Trump, Trudeau pledge cyber cooperation | Dems want detals on Trump's phone Four areas Republicans have moved to uproot Obama’s legacy Overnight Cybersecurity: Comey reportedly staying on at FBI | Court blocks DOJ appeal in Microsoft email case MORE (S.C.), the group gave between $1,000 to $2,500 for their primary races.

And for his race for Senate, the group gave Sen. Tim ScottTim ScottOvernight Finance: Trump's Labor pick withdraws | Ryan tries to save tax plan | Trump pushes tax reform with retailers Puzder withdraws nomination for Labor secretary Ryan tries to save tax plan MORE $10,000.

Citizens United Political Victory Fund also gave $5,000 each to the leadership PACs of Scott and Sen. Mike LeeMike LeeTop antitrust senators call for Sessions to scrutinize AT&T-Time Warner merger Public lands dispute costs Utah a major trade show GOP senators unveil bill to give Congress control of consumer bureau budget MORE (Utah), and $1,000 to Rep. Mike Pompeo's (Kan.) leadership PAC.

The contributions bring the group's total donations to candidates to $206,000 this cycle. Last cycle, it contributed more than $925,000 to candidates it supported.