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Indiana Secretary of State raises $497,226 this election cycle

According to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Indiana Secretary of State’s office, Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan has raised $497,226 and spent $210,517 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Apr. 8, 2022. Sullivan is currently ranked sixth in state-level donations in the 2022 election cycle.

Sullivan is a member of the Republican Party and assumed office in 2021. In Indiana, the secretary of state is an elected position, but Sullivan was appointed to the office when her predecessor left before the end of the term. Duties vary by state but are generally administrative in nature and may include recordkeeping, certification of state documents, and serving as chief election official. Sullivan is running for reelection in 2022.

Sullivan’s reported campaign finance activity, by quarter (2017-2022)

Source: Transparency USA

Contributions to Sullivan

Of the $497,226 already reported in the 2022 election cycle, 19.61 percent came from the top 10 donors.

Top Donors to Sullivan (1/1/2021 – 4/8/2022)

RankTotal AmountDonor NameDonor Type
1.$10,000.00Ambassador Enterprises LLCENTITY
2.$10,000.00Amy E TownsendINDIVIDUAL
3.$10,000.00Elaine E Kops BedelINDIVIDUAL
4.$10,000.00Eric HolcombENTITY
5.$10,000.00Evansville Endoscopy Surgery Center LLCENTITY
6.$10,000.00Gary TownsendINDIVIDUAL
7.$10,000.00Keith Byers LLCENTITY
8.$10,000.00Phillip ChambersINDIVIDUAL
9.$10,000.00Richard RohrmanINDIVIDUAL
10.$7,500.00Charlotte and Forrest D LucasINDIVIDUAL

Expenditures by Sullivan

On the expenditures side, Sullivan reported $210,517, with 85.34 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping this list. 

Top Expenditures by Sullivan (1/1/2021 – 4/8/2022)

RankTotal AmountPayee NamePayee Type
1.$56,397.84Daniels Spaulding Consulting LLCENTITY
2.$40,189.47Whitney PetersonENTITY
3.$38,486.22Hathaway Strategies LLCENTITY
4.$15,613.28Three Point Advisors LLCENTITY
5.$9,902.19Indiana Republican State Committee, IncENTITY
6.$4,658.38Bh Creative LLCENTITY
7.$4,612.40Anedot IncENTITY
8.$3,776.56French Lick Resort and CasinoENTITY
9.$3,500.00Jordan CaldwellENTITY
10.$2,519.32SignaramaENTITY

How donations to Sullivan compare to the same office in other states

Contributions vary widely among officeholders in the same role. A number of factors, including whether the position is appointed or elected, can influence donor activity. Here is how Sullivan compares to the 10 other state and commonwealth secretaries with campaign finance data available from Transparency USA in 2022:

Across the U.S., 27 secretaries of state are members of the Republican Party and 20 are members of the Democratic Party. Voters elect the secretary of state in 35 states, while they are appointed by either the governor or state legislature in the other 12. Alaska, Hawaii, and Utah do not have secretaries of state. In 2022, 27 states are holding elections for the position.

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Indiana PACs submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State. 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.



Here are the top 10 places Indiana candidates and PACs are spending campaign money

In Indiana politics, state-level candidates and PACs spent $32.15 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 8, 2022. More than $4.07 million or 12.67 percent of all campaign finance expenditures went to the 10 payees at the top of the list. 

A payee is an entity or individual who has received money from a campaign account. Candidates and PACs must report campaign expenditures, including payments to vendors, donations to other campaign accounts, and bank transfers, to the Indiana Secretary of State.

Top 10 Indiana payees (1/1/2021 – 4/8/2022)

Here are the top 10 recipients of Indiana campaign money in the 2022 election cycle, as of the most recent reports. 

RankPayee Name Total Received
1.Maverix Media Broadcast Media$995,271.92
2.Indiana Republican Party$706,413.18
3.Midwest Communications Group LLC$533,185.95
4.Accupay$414,313.61
5.Terry McAuliffe Campaign$400,000.00
6.Indiana Democratic Party$230,104.21
7.Mark It Red LLC$225,605.20
8.The Lukens Company$200,774.78
9.Chase Card Services$192,051.58
10.IBEW PAC (Federal)$177,000.00

Total Expenditures in nine states during the 2022 election cycle

Campaign finance expenditures vary widely among state-level candidates and PACs. A number of factors, including state-specific campaign finance regulations, influence how expenditure activity varies across states. Here is how total campaign finance expenditures in Indiana compared to eight other states with data available from Transparency USA for the 2022 election cycle:

Comparison of total expenditures, by state

RankStateTotal ExpendituresReporting Period
1Texas$337,432,3511/1/2022 – 2/19/2022
2Pennsylvania$319,374,3891/1/2022 – 3/9/2022
3Florida$302,254,1341/1/2022 – 2/28/2022
4Michigan$71,971,7871/1/2022 – 4/20/2022
5Arizona63,716,6171/1/2022 – 3/31/2022
6Ohio$59,240,3971/1/2022 – 4/13/2022
7Wisconsin$34,706,0221/1/2022 – 3/21/2022
8Indiana$32,159,3981/1/2022 – 4/8/2022
9North Carolina$22,543,0371/1/2022 – 12/31/2021

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Indiana PACs submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State. 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.



Indiana primaries result in more defeated state legislative incumbents than at any point since 2012

Six state legislative incumbents—all Republicans—lost in Indiana’s May 3 primaries, the most since 2012. This represents 20% of the 30 incumbents who faced primary challengers and 5% of the 114 incumbents who filed for re-election.

The incumbents who lost are:

Only Republican incumbents have lost in state legislative primaries since 2012. The last Democratic incumbent defeated in a contested primary was Rep. Greg Simms, who lost in 2008.

Three of the six incumbent defeats were guaranteed heading into the primaries due to redistricting. In these races, two incumbents ran against each other after being drawn into the same district, meaning at least one would lose:

  • House District 22: Rep. Craig Snow defeated Nisly after Snow, who previously represented House District 18, was drawn into Nisly’s district. Nisly was first elected in 2014 after defeating incumbent Rep. Rebecca Kubacki in that year’s Republican primary.
  • House District 45: Rep. Bruce Borders defeated Ellington. Ellington previously represented House District 62 but was drawn into Borders’ district.
  • Senate District 47: Sen. Kevin Boehnlein defeated Byrne after Boehnlein, who previously represented Senate District 46, was drawn into Byrne’s district. 

Four of these primaries were among the top 10 races in terms of fundraising thus far this cycle. In three of those races, the candidate who raised the most money won. In House District 50, incumbent Leonard outraised his challenger, Lorissa Sweet, and lost.

The six incumbents defeated in Indiana’s primary elections bring the total number of incumbents defeated up to seven nationwide this cycle. One Democratic incumbent—Rep. Art Fierro—lost in an incumbent v. incumbent primary in Texas on March 1. Across Indiana and Texas, there were 74 incumbents in primary challenges with 9.5% resulting in incumbent defeats.

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The top 10 Indiana candidates raised 15.5% of all donations

In Indiana politics, state-level candidates and PACs raised $49.5 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 8, 2022. More than $7.7 million or 15.5 percent of all donations was raised by the 10 individuals at the top of the list. 

Top 10 Indiana candidates (1/1/2021 – 4/8/2022)

Here are the 10 Indiana candidates who have raised the most money so far in the 2022 election cycle, according to the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Indiana Secretary of State. 

RankCandidate Name Total DonationsTotal Expenditures
1.Eric Doden$1,360,993.19$142,068.62
2.Suzanne Crouch$1,326,549.75$210,993.27
3.Eric Holcomb$1,095,365.49$1,047,815.41
4.Todd Huston$997,324.71$558,181.84
5.Julie McGuire$572,947.72$517,857.63
6.Holli Sullivan$497,225.63$210,516.51
7.Todd Rokita$492,787.24$195,689.54
8.Ron Turpin$477,862.18$300,876.39
9.Craig Snow$442,272.83$295,106.98
10.Woodrow Myers$398,143.28$404,907.01

Donations to top candidates in 10 states during the 2022 election cycle

Among state-level candidates and officeholders, fundraising varies widely. A number of factors, including state-specific campaign finance regulations, influence how donor activity varies across states. Here is how donations to the top 10 Indiana candidates compare to nine other states with data available from Transparency USA for the 2022 election cycle:

Comparison of donations to top 10 candidates, by state

RankStateDonations to Top 10 CandidatesTotal DonationsReporting Period
1Florida$110,704,048.67$532,230,957.551/1/2021 – 2/28/2022
2Texas$105,345,995.42$375,309,268.771/1/2021 – 2/19/2022
3Pennsylvania$34,501,470.61$343,783,026.521/1/2021 – 3/09/2022
4Michigan$25,358,422.95$89,192,492.111/1/2021 – 12/31/2021
5Ohio$24,752,903.97$79,210,717.621/1/2021 – 4/13/2022
6Arizona$22,291,313.55$72,806,908.751/1/2021 – 12/31/2021
7Wisconsin$19,907,524.3755,603,885.141/1/2021 – 3/21/2022
8North Carolina$8,927,365.01$39,859,339.461/1/2021 – 12/31/2021
9Indiana$7,661,472.0249,459,363.581/1/2021 – 4/8/2022
10Minnesota$5,201,704.60$36,935,152.761/1/2021 – 12/31/2021

In some states, officeholders may accept donations to their campaign accounts when they are not up for election. Any reported donations by those officeholders are included in candidate donation numbers.

The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Indiana candidate PACs submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State. 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.



Indiana House District 93 candidates raise most money ahead of May 3 primary

Note: This article was updated on May 1, 2022.

Elections for all 100 seats in the Indiana House of Representatives will take place on November 8, 2022. State house primary elections are held on May 3, 2022. Republicans hold a 71-29 majority heading into the election.

This article details the five most and least expensive contested primary elections in the House of Representatives. In the 2022 election cycle, 41 of 85 Republican primaries and 5 of 57 Democratic primaries are contested.

This information comes from candidate reports to the Indiana Secretary of State covering the period of Jan. 1, 2021, through Apr. 8, 2022.

Five primary elections with the most fundraising

#1 District 93 – $604,387

Incumbent John Jacob (R) raised $43,939 and Julie McGuire (R) raised $560,448.

#2 District 22 – $391,010

Incumbent Curt Nisly (R) raised $58,737 and incumbent Craig Snow (R) raised $332,273.

#3 District 81 – $283,023

Incumbent Martin Carbaugh (R) raised $252,100 and David Mervar (R) raised $30,923.

#4 District 50 – $273,855

Incumbent Daniel Leonard (R) raised $246,415 and Lorissa Sweet (R) raised $27,440.

#5 District 16 – $222,285

Kendell Culp (R) raised $142,027, Bryan Washburn (R) raised $64,633, and Barbara Neihouser (R) raised $15,625.

Five primary elections with the least fundraising

#1 District 88 – $168

Craig Hirsty (D) raised $168 and Donna Griffin (D) raised $0.

#2 District 27 – $510

Tim Radice (R) raised $510 and James Hass (R) raised $0.

#3 District 28 – $2,352

Eric Shotwell (D) raised $2,352 and John Futrell (D) raised $0.

#4 District 33 – $4,411

Incumbent John Prescott (R) raised $0 and Brittany Kloer (R) raised $4,411.

#5 District 51 – $5,529

Michael Travis (D) raised $5,199 and Jestin Coler (D) raised $330.

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.



Indiana Senate District 14 candidates raise most money ahead of May 3 primary

Elections for 25 of 50 seats in the Indiana State Senate will take place on November 8, 2022. State senatorial primary elections are held on May 3, 2022. Republicans hold a 39-11 majority heading into the election.

This article details the five most and least expensive contested primary elections in the State Senate. In the 2022 election cycle, 8 of 25 Republican primaries and 4 of 13 Democratic primaries are contested.

This information comes from candidate reports to the Indiana Secretary of State covering the period of Jan. 1, 2021, through Apr. 8, 2022.

Five primary elections with the most fundraising

#1 District 14 – $542,579

Ron Turpin (R) raised $477,862, Tyler Johnson (R) raised $61,853, and Denny Worman (R) raised $2,864.

#2 District 47 – $307,678

Incumbent Gary Byrne (R) raised $28,331, incumbent Kevin Boehnlein (R) raised $279,347, and Keeley Stingel (R) raised $0.

#3 District 46 – $260,747

Kristin Jones (D) raised $117,570, Andrea Hunley (D) raised $73,397, Ashley Eason (D) raised $48,108, Karla Lopez Owens (D) raised $21,647, and Bob Kern (D) raised $25.

#4 District 4 – $226,635

Incumbent Rodney Pol Jr. (D) raised $43,610, Todd Connor (D) raised $155,026, Deb Chubb (D) raised $17,811, and Ron Meer (D) raised $10,188.

#5 District 25 – $146,387

Incumbent Mike Gaskill (R) raised $134,258 and Evan McMullen (R) raised $12,129.

Five primary elections with the least fundraising

#1 District 4 – $290

Johannes Poulard (R) raised $290 and Jeff Larson (R) raised $0.

#2 District 25 – $1,700

Aaron Higgins (D) raised $1,700 and Tamie Dixon-Tatum (D) raised $0.

#3 District 46 – $3,550

Shawn Carruthers (R) raised $3,550 and Evan Shearin (R) raised $0.

#4 District 1 – $5,182

Incumbent Michael Griffin (D) raised $0 and Martin Del Rio (D) raised $5,182.

#5 District 49 – $27,035

Incumbent Jim Tomes (R) raised $27,035 and Tom McCullough (R) raised $0.

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.



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.



Indiana Speaker Huston raises $658,066 this election cycle

According to the most recent campaign finance reports made to the Indiana Secretary of State, Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston has raised $658,066 and spent $49,520 between Jan. 1, 2021 and Dec. 31, 2021. Huston is the number four fundraiser in state politics in the 2022 election cycle so far.

The speaker of the Indiana House is the leader of the state’s lower chamber. Rep. Huston is a member of the Republican Party and has served as a state representative since 2012. Rep. Huston is running for re-election in 2022.

Rep. Huston’s reported campaign finance activity, by quarter (2015-2022)

Source: Transparency USA

Contributions to Rep. Huston

Of the $658,066 million already reported in the 2022 election cycle, 20.9 percent came from the top 10 donors.

Top Donors to Huston (1/1/2021 – 2/28/2022)

RankDonor Name Total AmountType
1.$30,000.00Indiana Merit Construction PAC of ABCEntity
2.$20,000.00Indiana Multi Family Housing Political Action CommitteeEntity
3.$15,000.00NiSource Inc. PACEntity
4.$12,314.89Kathy and Allan B HubbardIndividual
5.$10,000.00Anthem, Inc. Political Action CommitteeEntity
6.$10,000.00Catalyst Public Affairs Group LLCEntity
7.$10,000.00Devin D AndersonIndividual
8.$10,000.00Indiana BANKPAC – State FundEntity
9.$10,000.00Indiana Realtors Political Action CommitteeEntity
10.$10,000.00Krg Management LLCEntity

Expenditures by Rep. Huston

On the expenditures side, Huston reported $49,520, with 68.2 percent of all spending going to the 10 payees topping this list. 

Top Expenditures by Huston (1/1/2021 – 2/28/2022)

RankPayee Name Total AmountType
1.$10,000.00Indiana Republican PartyEntity
2.$8,062.34House Republican Campaign CommitteeEntity
3.$3,000.00Hamilton County Republican Central CommitteeEntity
4.$2,919.54Midwest Communications Group LLCEntity
5.$2,800.13The Hawthorns Country ClubEntity
6.$2,314.89Kathy and Allan B HubbardEntity
7.$1,320.96Indiana Builders Political Action CommitteeEntity
8.$1,165.02Raise the Money IncEntity
9.$1,142.19Harry and Izzy’sEntity
10.$1,059.19Qdoba CateringEntity

How Rep. Huston’s 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 Huston 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 Indiana PACs submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State. 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.



Indiana lawmakers forgo bill restricting school library materials

The Indiana State Legislature struck down a bill on March 9 that would have prevented students from accessing materials containing what the bill’s proponents deemed controversial topics in school libraries. 

House Bill 1369, authored by state Rep. Bob Morris (R), originally aimed to modify current sentencing guidelines for inmates. The school libraries provision was eventually added as an effort by Republican lawmakers to preserve aspects of recently defeated education bills put forth this legislative session. 

For Indiana Republican legislators, increasing parental access to curriculum materials has been a top priority to prevent schools from teaching what the lawmakers consider to be divisive concepts, such as critical race theory, according to the Associated Press

Democratic lawmakers, including state Rep. Tonya Pfaff, expressed concern that the school libraries provision would institute what they described as a backdoor book ban.

House members passed HB 1369 with the school libraries provision by a 65-32 vote, consistent along party lines. The Senate, however, defeated the bill by a vote of 21-29.



These PACs are the best fundraisers in Indiana

In Indiana politics, non-candidate political action committees (PACs) have received $16.2 million in total donations between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021. The top 10 PACs raised more than $7.7 million, or 48 percent of all donations made to state-level PACs.

These are the top 10 PACs in Indiana state-level politics in the 2022 election cycle, according to the most recent campaign finance reports submitted to the Indiana Secretary of State:

Top 10 Indiana PACs (1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021)

RankDonor NameTotal Donations
1House Republican Campaign Committee$1,850,003
2SENATE MAJORITY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE (SMCC)$1,486,784
3Indiana Realtors Political Action Committee$913,104
4Indiana Political Action Committee for Education$811,906
5Indiana House Democratic Caucus$524,823
6ActBlue Indiana$476,295
7Rock Holdings Inc. State PAC$471,075
8Northern Indiana Operators Joint Labor Management PAC$437,179
9NEA Fund for Children and Public Education Non-Federal Itemized Account$408,692
10Ironworkers Local 395 Political Action League$335,610

A PAC is broadly defined as a group that spends money on elections. They may be established and administered by corporations, labor unions, membership organizations, or trade associations.

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.