Five races where ARMPAC spent soft money as hard, allegedly

PoliticalMoneyLine.com lists the following five races where DeLay's ARMPAC spent money out of its soft money account to influence congressional races:

FL-05, IN-02, IN-07, KS-02, and IA-05

For those of you keeping score at home, that's:

Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite (FL-05), first elected in 2002. Recipient of $20,000 from ARMPAC and $1,000 donor to DeLay's legal defense. Currently ranks 44th on DeLay Rankings.

Rep. Chris Chocola (IN-02), first elected in 2002. Recipient of $40,000 from ARMPAC and $2,500 donor to DeLay's legal defense. Currently ranks 21st on the DeLay Rankings.

Brose McVey (IN-07), a candidate in 2002, lost to Rep. Julia Carson 53% to 44%.

Rep. Jim Ryun (KS-02), first elected in 1996, recipient of $31,777 from ARMPAC and $1,000 donor to DeLay's legal defense. Currently ranks 3rd on the DeLay Rankings.

Rep. Steve King (IA-05), first elected in 2002, recipient of $15,000 from ARMPAC and $1,000 donor to DeLay's legal defense. Currently ranks 30th on the DeLay Rankings.

We're updating our DeLay Rankings, so these rankings may change.