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DNC Services Corporation outraises every other Pennsylvania PAC with $24.99 million

In Pennsylvania, the DNC Services Corporation has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Pennsylvania Department of State, the DNC Services Corporation raised $24.99 million and spent $26.18 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Mar. 9, 2022. 

In Pennsylvania politics, donations to the DNC Services Corporation represent 9.95 percent of the $251.10 million all Pennsylvania state-level PACs have raised in total. Here are the DNC Services Corporation’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Pennsylvania Department of State.

Donations to the DNC Services Corporation

All of the $24,985,293 raised in the 2022 election cycle by the DNC Services Corporation came from the Democratic National Committee’s federal PAC.

Expenditures by the DNC Services Corporation

On the expenditures side, the PAC reported $26,184,664, with all spending going to the two recipients on the list.

Top DNC Services Corporation Payees (1/1/2021 – 12/31/21)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$25,869,663.78Democratic National Committee FederalEntity
2.$315,000.00PA Democratic PartyEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Pennsylvania PACs submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2021 Annual (C7)1/31/2022
2022 Pre-Primary (C1)4/05/2022
2022 Pre-Primary (C2)5/9/2022
2022 Post-Primary (C3)6/20/2022
2022 Pre-General (C4)9/22/2022
2022 Pre-General (C5)10/31/2022
2022 Post-General (C6)12/12/2022
2022 Annual (C7)2/1/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Republican Senate Campaign Committee outraises every other PAC in Ohio with $4.34 million

In Ohio, the Republican Senate Campaign Committee (RSCC) has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Ohio Secretary of State, the RSCC raised $4.34 million and spent $596,105 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. 

In Ohio politics, donations to the RSCC represent 13.98 percent of the $31.04 million all Ohio state-level PACs have raised. Here are the RSCC’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Ohio Secretary of State.

Donations to the RSCC

Of the $4,340,164 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 48.79 percent came from the RSCC’s top 10 donors.

Top Donations to the RSCC (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankDonor NameTotal AmountDonor Type
1.$770,000.00Matthew HuffmanEntity
2.$240,000.00Jay HottingerEntity
3.$175,000.00Robert McColleyEntity
4.$151,077.78Theresa GavaroneEntity
5.$150,502.75Kristina Daley RoegnerEntity
6.$135,167.75Nathan ManningEntity
7.$126,000.00J Kirk SchuringEntity
8.$125,045.75Robert HackettEntity
9.$125,000.00Louis W Blessing IIIEntity
10.$120,190.62Steven WilsonEntity

Expenditures by the RSCC

On the expenditures side, the RSCC reported $596,105, with 85.39 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as reported by the RSCC.

Top RSCC Payees (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$200,000.00Ohio Republican PACEntity
2.$170,666.94Washington Street Consulting LLCEntity
3.$50,000.00Ohio Republican State Central & Executive Committee State Candidate FundEntity
4.$17,387.50Omni Hotels & ResortsEntity
5.$16,975.60The Isaac Wiles PACEntity
6.$13,863.32Jeffrey Benton CampaignIndividual
7.$12,803.75Winterset CPA Group IncEntity
8.$12,500.00Team Knull LLCEntity
9.$9,188.63Spread Eagle TavernEntity
10.$5,600.00Percipient Strategies LLCEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Ohio PACs submitted to the Ohio Secretary of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2021 Annual1/31/2022
2022 Pre-Primary4/21/2022
2022 Post-Primary6/10/2022
2022 Semiannual7/29/2022
2022 Pre-General10/27/2022
2022 Post-General12/16/2022

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



NCDP State Committee outraises every other state PAC with $1.44 million

In North Carolina, the North Carolina Democratic Party (NCDP) State Committee has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the North Carolina State Board of Elections, the NCDP State Committee raised $1.44 million and spent $1.31 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. 

In North Carolina politics, donations to the NCDP State Committee represent 9.32 percent of the $15.43 million all North Carolina state-level PACs have raised. Here are the NCDP State Committee’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

Donations to the NCDP State Committee

Of the $1,437,999 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 43.21 percent came from the PAC’s top 10 donors.

Top Donors to the NCDP State Committee (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$230,000.00Robert PriceINDIVIDUAL
2.$70,000.00Verla InskoENTITY
3.$60,550.00Jay ChaudhuriENTITY
4.$60,000JD WootenENTITY
5.$45,550.00Natasha MarcusENTITY
6.$45,216.56Chaz BeasleyENTITY
7.$30,000.00Dan Blue JrENTITY
8.$30,000.00Michael GarrettENTITY
9.$25,000.00Julie MayfieldENTITY
10.$25,000.00Michael William SonnenfeldtINDIVIDUAL

Expenditures by the NCDP State Committee

On the expenditures side, the NCDP State Committee reported $1,311,512, with 80.13 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as reported by the the PAC.

Top NCDP State Committee Payees (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$239,044.68North Carolina Democratic Party – BuildingENTITY
2.$205,000.00Minnesota Democratic Farmer Labor PartyENTITY
3.$197,291.31Paystub PeopleENTITY
4.$82,698.68Ryan DeeterENTITY
5.$70,877.08Amanda EubanksENTITY
6.$66,093.81Anna NunnENTITY
7.$58,370.91Blue Cross & Blue Shield of NC Empl PAC FedENTITY
8.$54,494.92Dana WaltonENTITY
9.$42,562.37Robert PhillipsENTITY
10.$34,434.48Octavia L WilkinsonENTITY

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active North Carolina PACs submitted to the North Carolina State Board of Elections. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Semiannual1/28/2022
2022 Q1 Plus5/10/2022
2022 Semiannual (only candidates not on 2022 ballot)7/29/2022
2022 Q3 Plus10/31/2022
2022 Q41/11/2023
2022 Year End Semiannual (only candidates not on 2022 ballot)1/27/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Minnesota DFL State Central Committee outraises every other state PAC with $3.81 million

In Minnesota, the DFL State Central Committee has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board, the DFL State Central Committee raised $3.81 million and spent $4.35 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. 

In Minnesota politics, donations to the DFL State Central Committee represent 13.06 percent of the $29.21 million all Minnesota state-level PACs have raised. Here are the DFL State Central Committee’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board.

Donations to the Minnesota DFL State Central Committee

Of the $3,814,819 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 63.41 percent came from the DFL State Central Committee’s top 10 donors.

Top Donors to the DFL State Central Committee (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$456,378.26DFL House CaucusEntity
2.$387,036.76DFL Senate CaucusEntity
3.$340,000.00Alida R MessingerIndividual
4.$228,000.00Education Minn PACEntity
5.$205,000.00North Carolina Democratic PartyEntity
6.$202,500.00Vance K OppermanIndividual
7.$182,500.00Pamela S and James D DealIndividual
8.$175,000.00Afscme Council 5 People FundEntity
9.$125,000.00Laborers District Council of Minn & Nd Pol FundEntity
10.$117,500.00Eric SchmidtIndividual

Expenditures by the Minnesota DFL State Central Committee

On the expenditures side, the Minnesota DFL State Central Committee reported $4,348,914, with 72.36 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as reported by the Minnesota DFL State Central Committee.

Top Minnesota DFL State Central Committee Payees (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$1,533,532.43Drake Bank FederalEntity
2.$600,000.00DFL Senate CaucusEntity
3.$289,772.31Eftps Fed Tax PaymentEntity
4.$149,000.00United StrategiesEntity
5.$141,137.40Adp LLCEntity
6.$125,961.82Lockridge Grindal Nauen Pllp State Pol FndEntity
7.$110,500.00Petersen Group LLCEntity
8.$66,929.10Mark WarrenIndividual
9.$66,178.37HealthpartnersEntity
10.$63,701.94Expedition Strategies LLCEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Minnesota PACs submitted to the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Jan Annual1/31/2022
2022 Q14/14/2022
2022 Q26/14/2022
2022 Jul Semiannual7/25/2022
2022 Q39/27/2022
2022 Q410/31/2022
2022 Jan Annual1/31/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Democratic State Central Committee outraises every other Michigan PAC with $3.74 million

In Michigan, the Democratic State Central Committee has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Michigan Secretary of State, the Democratic State Central Committee raised $3.74 million and spent $26.18 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. 

In Michigan politics, donations to the Democratic State Central Committee represent 7.34 percent of the $51.02 million all Michigan state-level PACs have raised in total. Here are the Democratic State Central Committee’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Michigan Secretary of State.

Donations to the Democratic State Central Committee

Of the $3,743,006 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 99.31 percent came from Democratic State Central Committee’s top 10 donors.

Top Donations to Democratic State Central Committee (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$3,556,365.61Gretchen WhitmerENTITY
2.$41,975.00Donna LasinskiENTITY
3.$35,000.00Brian MosallamENTITY
4.$25,000.00Michigan State Utility Workers Council AFL-CIO PACENTITY
5.$21,000.00Grand Traverse County Democratic CommitteeENTITY
6.$11,000.00David NachtINDIVIDUAL
7.$10,000.00Michigan Education Association PACENTITY
8.$7,000.00Grand Travrse County Democratic CommENTITY
9.$5,000.00Gloria PageINDIVIDUAL
10.$5,000.00Martha LinetINDIVIDUAL

Expenditures by the Democratic State Central Committee

On the expenditures side, Democratic State Central Committee reported $176,326, with 93.43 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as filed by the PAC.

Top Expenditures by the Democratic State Central Committee (1/1/2021 – 12/31/21)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$60,997.50Gretchen WhitmerENTITY
2.$40,000.00Michigan House Democratic FundENTITY
3.$14,297.32Empower MI VoteENTITY
4.$10,719.43Scholten FantENTITY
5.$10,000.00Grand Traverse County Democratic CommitteeENTITY
6.$8,585.56Mass Mailing LLCENTITY
7.$8,130.00American Printing and Graphics IncENTITY
8.$5,000.00Michigan Democratic Black CaucusENTITY
9.$3,507.27Daniel CentersENTITY
10.$3,507.27Hess PrintingENTITY

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Michigan PACs submitted to the Michigan Secretary of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Annual/January1/31/2022
2022 April (PACs)4/25/2022
2022 July (PACs)7/25/2022
2022 Post-Primary9/1/2022
2022 Pre-General10/28/2023
2022 Post-General12/8/2022

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



The House Republican Campaign Committee outraises every other Indiana PAC with $1.85 million

In Indiana, the House Republican Campaign Committee (HRCC) has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Indiana Secretary of State, the HRCC raised $1.85 million and spent $893,443 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. 

In Indiana politics, donations to the HRCC represent 11.45 percent of the $16.16 million all Indiana state-level PACs have raised in total. Here are the HRCC’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Indiana Secretary of State.

Donations to the House Republican Campaign Committee

Of the $1,850,003 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 23.41 percent came from the HRCC’s top 10 donors.

Top Donors to the HRCC (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal Amount Donor NameDonor Type
1.$75,000.00Indiana Multi Family Housing Political Action CommitteeEntity
2.$50,000.00Lawrence H GaratoniIndividual
3.$50,000.00Republican State Leadership Committee-IndianaEntity
4.$50,000.00Vicki and Rick L JamesIndividual
5.$40,000.00Hoosiers for Great Public Schools PACEntity
6.$40,000.00Tricia and Chuch GoodrichIndividual
7.$36,149.46Tim BrownEntity
8.$31,300.49Ethan ManningEntity
9.$30,610.22Michael KarickhoffEntity
10.$30,000.00Indiana Realtors Political Action CommitteeEntity

Expenditures by the House Republican Campaign Committee

On the expenditures side, the HRCC reported $893,443, with 96.57 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as filed by the PAC.

Top Expenditures by the HRCC (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$450,222.86Indiana Republican PartyEntity
2.$185,294.17Mark It Red LLCEntity
3.$175,514.42Chase Card ServicesEntity
4.$10,880.26Columbia ClubEntity
5.$10,320.00Eagle Creek Golf ClubEntity
6.$9,200.00Percipient Strategies LLCEntity
7.$7,699.00Howey Politics IndianaEntity
8.$5,517.26Catalyst Public Affairs Group LLCEntity
9.$4,945.00Midwest Communications Group LLCEntity
10.$3,227.50Indiana State Fair CommissionEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Indiana PACs submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Jan Semiannual1/19/2022
2022 Statewide Quarterly/Semiannual7/15/2022
2022 Pre-Election10/17/2022
2022 Statewide Quarterly11/1/2022
2022 Annual Report1/18/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Florida Voters in Charge outraises every other Florida PAC with $75.56 million

In Florida, Florida Voters in Charge has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Florida Department of State, Florida Voters in Charge raised $75.56 million and spent $73.84 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Feb. 28, 2022. 

In Florida politics, donations to Florida Voters in Charge represent 19.20 percent of the $393.63 million all Florida state-level PACs have raised in total. Here are Florida Voters in Charge’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Florida Department of State.

Donations to Florida Voters in Charge

All $75,564,100 raised by Florida Voters in Charge in the 2022 election cycle so far has come from these three donors.

Top Donors to Florida Voters in Charge (1/1/2021 – 2/28/2022)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$73,564,000.00Las Vegas Sands CorpEntity
2.$2,000,000.00Poarch Creek Band of IndiansEntity
3.$100.00Game Day Strategies LLCEntity

Expenditures by Florida Voters in Charge

On the expenditures side, Florida Voters in Charge reported $73,838,238, with 99.53 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as filed by Florida Voters in Charge.

Top Florida Voters in Charge Payees (1/1/2021 – 2/28/2022)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$72,575,200.00Game Day Strategies LLCEntity
2.$281,281.31Foley & Lardner LLP Political Committee of FloridaEntity
3.$111,732.80Orange County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity
4.$108,279.80Duval County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity
5.$100,000.00Boies Schiller Flexner LLPEntity
6.$84,159.86Broward County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity
7.$81,282.50Bascom Communications & ConsultingEntity
8.$71,291.15Palm Beach County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity
9.$40,267.70Miami Dade County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity
10.$37,993.84Hillsborough County Supervisor of ElectionsEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Florida PACs submitted to the Florida Department of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Q4 Data (2021 M12)1/10/2022
2022 M34/11/2022
2022 Primary 27/8/2022
2022 Primary 58/5/2022
2022 General 19/2/2022
2022 General 39/30/2022

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Invest in Arizona outraises every other Arizona PAC with $5.16 million

In Arizona, Invest in Arizona (sponsored by AEA and Stand for Children) has raised more than any other non-candidate political action committee (PAC) in the 2022 election cycle so far. According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Arizona Secretary of State, Invest in Arizona raised $5.16 million and spent $5.23 million between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 1, 2021. 

In Arizona politics, donations to Invest in Arizona represent 12.33 percent of the $41.85 million all Arizona state-level PACs have raised in total. Here are Invest in Arizona’s top donors and recipients, as reported to the Arizona Secretary of State.

Donations to Invest in Arizona

Of the $5,162,152 raised in the 2022 election cycle, 99.70 percent came from Invest in Arizona’s top 10 donors.

Top Donors to Invest in Arizona (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$2,491,494.26Stand for Children Arizona IecEntity
2.$2,408,221.00National Education Association FederalEntity
3.$127,000.00Aea Fund for Public Education (Formerly) AZ PAC (AZ Education Assn PAC)Entity
4.$63,500.00Arizona Interfaith NetworkEntity
5.$48,591.11Screen Strategies MediaEntity
6.$2,000.00Children’s Action AllianceEntity
7.$2,000.00Elizabeth GoffIndividual
8.$1,000.00Andrew HoganIndividual
9.$1,000.00David NixIndividual
10.$1,000.00Edward GoffIndividual

Expenditures by Invest in Arizona

On the expenditures side, Invest in Arizona reported $5,225,053, with 99.04 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping the list. Payees include both contribution recipients and vendors, as filed by Invest in Arizona.

Top Invest in Arizona Payees (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$3,968,328.23Fieldworks LLCEntity
2.$378,611.57Coppersmith Brockelman PLCEntity
3.$213,494.51Looks Good Printing & Sign ServicesEntity
4.$202,988.26Stand for Children Arizona IecEntity
5.$115,000.00Save Our Schools Arizona PACEntity
6.$78,000.00Valley Interfaith ProjectEntity
7.$75,500.00Fieldcorps LLCEntity
8.$65,000.00La Machine Field OperationsEntity
9.$48,083.00Lake Research Partners IncEntity
10.$30,000.00National Education Association FederalEntity

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Arizona PACs submitted to the Arizona Secretary of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
20211/15/2022
2022 Q14/15/2022
2022 Q27/15/2022
2022 Pre-Primary7/23/2022
2022 Post-Primary and Q310/15/2022
2022 Pre-General10/29/2022
2022 Post-General and Q41/17/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Wisconsin Speaker Vos raised $131,871 this election cycle

According to the most recent campaign finance reports made to the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has raised $131,871 and spent $16,639 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Mar. 21, 2022.

The speaker of the Wisconsin General Assembly is the leader of the state’s lower chamber. Rep. Vos is a member of the Republican Party and has served as a state representative since 2005. His current term ends in 2023.

Rep. Vos’ reported campaign finance activity, by quarter (2017-2021)

Source: Transparency USA

Contributions to Rep. Vos

Of the $131,871 already reported in the 2022 election cycle, 53.8 percent came from the top 71 donors who each gave $1000.

Expenditures by Rep. Vos

On the expenditures side, Vos reported $16,639, with 83.2 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping this list. 

Top Expenditures by Vos (1/1/2021 – 3/21/2022)

RankPayee Name Total AmountType
1.$3,405.76Heinzen Printing & PromotionalEntity
2.$2,131.24Rep Assembly Campaign Com Racc – Seg FundEntity
3.$1,703.91Internal Revenue ServiceEntity
4.$1,432.10Knights Gourmet PopcornEntity
5.$1,000.00Elijah BehnkeEntity
6.$1,000.00William PentermanEntity
7.$1,000.00World Orphan FundEntity
8.$880.74Paige L GeorgeEntity
9.$735.44Robin Voss CampaignEntity
10.$545.58Village Graphics PrintingEntity

How Rep. Vos’ fundraising compares to other state speakers

Among members of the state legislature, fundraising varies widely. A number of factors, including whether an incumbent officeholder is running for re-election, influence donor activity. Here is how fundraising by Vos compares to the nine other state speakers with campaign finance data available from Transparency USA for the 2022 election cycle:

Fundraising reported by 10 state speakers in the 2022 election cycle

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Wisconsin PACs submitted to the Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Jan Semiannual1/18/2022
2022 Spring Pre-Primary2/7/2022
2022 Spring Pre-Election3/28/2022
2022 Jul Semiannual7/15/2022
2022 Fall Pre-Primary8/1/2022
2022 Sept Data9/27/2022
2022 Fall Pre-General10/31/2022
2023 Jan Semiannual1/7/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.



Virginia Speaker Gilbert raises $637,115 during 2021 election cycle

According to the most recent campaign finance reports made to the Virginia Department of Elections, Virginia House Speaker Todd Gilbert raised $637,115 and spent $583,402 between Jan. 1, 2020 and Dec 31, 2021. 

The speaker of the Virginia House is the leader of the state’s lower chamber. Rep. Gilbert is a member of the Republican Party and has served as a state delegate since 2006. Rep. Gilbert’s current term ends in 2024.

Rep. Gilbert’s reported campaign finance activity, by quarter (2016-2021)

Contributions to Rep. Gilbert

Of the $637,115 reported in the 2021 election cycle, 31.9 percent came from the top 10 donors.

Top Donors to Gilbert (1/1/2020 – 12/31/2021)

RankDonor Name Total AmountType
1.$45,000.00VA Automobile and Truck Dealers PACEntity
2.$30,000.00Verizon Good Government Club of VirginiaEntity
3.$25,000.00Nra Political Victory FundEntity
4.$25,000.00Realtors PAC of VirginiaEntity
5.$20,000.00Altria Client Services LLCEntity
6.$15,000.00Virginia Beer Wholesalers Association PACEntity
7.$12,500.00Virginia Bankers Association PACEntity
8.$10,500.00Virginia Trial Lawyers PACEntity
9.$10,451.95Hunton Andrews Kurth LLPEntity
10.$10,375.00Republican Party of Virginia IncEntity

Expenditures by Rep. Gilbert

On the expenditures side, Gilbert reported $583,402, with 62.1 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping this list. 

Top Expenditures by Gilbert (1/1/2020 – 12/31/2021)

RankPayee Name Total AmountType
1.$50,000.00H Otto Wachsmann Jr.Entity
2.$47,500.00Roxann RobinsonEntity
3.$45,000.00Tara DurantEntity
4.$40,000.00Tim AndersonEntity
5.$37,500.00Jason BallardEntity
6.$30,000.00Mary Margaret KastelbergEntity
7.$30,000.00Nick ClementeEntity
8.$30,000.00Tanya GouldEntity
9.$27,500.00Mike CherryEntity
10.$25,000.00Christopher HolmesEntity

Among members of the state legislature, fundraising varies widely. A number of factors, including whether an incumbent officeholder is running for re-election, influence donor activity.

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Virginia PACs submitted to the Virginia Department of Elections. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.

Report NameReport Due Date
2022 Jan Semiannual1/15/2022
2022 Jul Semiannual (and Post-Primary)7/15/2022
2023 Jan Semiannual1/15/2023

This article is a joint publication from Ballotpedia and Transparency USA, who are working together to provide campaign finance information for state-level elections. Learn more about our work here.