Five races where ARMPAC spent soft money as hard, allegedly

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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.