(CNN) – Restore Our Future, the super PAC backing Mitt Romney, raised just under $5 million in May, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission Wednesday.
The May haul of $4.96 million topped the $4.6 million the group raised in April. Restore Our Future reported spending $4.8 million in May and ended the month with $8.4 million cash on hand.
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A major contribution to the group came from Warren Stephens, an Arkansas-based investment bank executive whose wealth is estimated to be $2.7 billion. Stephens gave Restore Our Future $500,000 in May, according to the filings.
Rocco Ortenzio, a health care executive based in Pennsylvania, also gave the pro-Romney group $500,000.
The FEC filings also show three donations originating in Dayton, Ohio totaling $1 million. CRC Information Systems, Inc. and Fairbanks Properties LLC both contributed $333,333, and Waterbury Properties, LLC donated $333,334. All three companies were listed with same post office box.
In mid-June, the Las Vegas casino owner Sheldon Adelson and his wife pledged $10 million to Restore Our Future, and a source indicated this week that Adelson was prepared to donate as much as $100 million to GOP causes during this election cycle.
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