FILE -In this July 8, 2009 file photo, Haim Saban, Chairman and CEO of the Saban Capitol Group, arrives for a media summit in Sun Valley, Idaho. The latest trend in an election year mar

 

              FILE -In this July 8, 2009 file photo, Haim Saban, Chairman and CEO of the Saban Capitol Group, arrives for a media summit in Sun Valley, Idaho. The latest trend in an election year mar
FILE -In this July 8, 2009 file photo, Haim Saban, Chairman and CEO of the Saban Capitol Group, arrives for a media summit in Sun Valley, Idaho. The latest trend in an election year marked by gushers of money? Big spenders going solo to spread a message, with Bloomberg setting aside $10 million of his personal fortune to help elect moderate candidates around the country. The political action committee (PAC): "Unity 2012" for which received 90 percent of its $1.1 million from Saban, who owns the Spanish-language television network Univision. Unity 2012 eventually transferred nearly all of its cash to three Democratic super PACs, including $325,520 in June to the pro-Obama Priorities USA Action. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)