Gov. Patrick Continues to Raise Money for His PAC
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is continuing to rake in donations for his political action committee.
During the past three months, Patrick raised more than $127,000 for his Together PAC. The year-to-date total tops $220,000.
Patrick, who has said he isn’t seeking any political office after he ends his second term as governor in January, has used the money to cover the salaries of committee staff and pay for travel.
In May, Patrick said longtime aide Brendan Ryan would be joining the PAC.
At the time, Patrick said the PAC had been active in the Texas governor’s race on the Democratic side and in a Senate contest in Georgia.
Patrick has said he expects the PAC to operate through the end of this year and perhaps early 2015.