Arizona Finance Summary
The 2020 General Election was on November 3rd
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Political Profile

Arizona Government:

Governor: Doug Ducey (R)

Attorney General: Mark Brnovich (R)

Secretary of State: Katie Hobbs (D)

State Treasurer: Kimberly Yee (R)

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Kathy Hoffman (D)

State Mine Inspector: Joe Hart (R)

Arizona Corporation Commissioners: Sandra Kennedy (D), James O’Connor (R), Justin Olson (R), Lea Marquez Peterson (R), and Anna Tovar (D)

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Campaign Finance Snapshot
Total Contributions
Candidate Contributions
PAC Contributions
Total Expenditures
Candidate Expenditures
PAC Expenditures
Top Candidates
CandidateTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Wendy Rogers $1,171,475.68$1,160,625.65
Coral Evans $813,792.21$753,258.41
Kate Brophy McGee $712,517.35$717,506.89
Felicia French $674,768.01$700,830.86
Christine Marsh $640,374.14$623,746.42
Judy Schwiebert $584,814.77$524,194.24
Ajlan Kurdoglu $489,904.10$420,011.20
Heather Carter $400,696.48$412,435.17
Kathy Knecht $370,449.51$327,815.03
Douglas Ervin $367,456.18$313,012.94
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Top PACs
PACTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Invest in Education (Sponsored by Aea and Stand for Children) $22,908,959.88$18,456,739.82
Future Now Fund - AZ $10,905,005.29$9,501,768.21
Arizona Democratic Party $9,450,707.40$9,842,820.56
Working Arizona $8,224,385.95$7,424,094.30
Arizonans Fed up with Failing Healthcare (Healthcare Rising AZ) $7,734,627.60$6,968,581.93
Seiu United Healthcare Workers West Political Issues Committee $7,625,010.00$7,625,010.00
Smart and Safe Arizona $5,986,533.55$5,975,929.66
No on 208 $4,940,580.88$4,929,374.76
Arizonans for Second Chances Rehabilitation and Public Safety (Sponsored by Asj Action Fund) $4,671,363.01$4,645,824.98
Arizonans for Great Schools and a Strong Economy $4,328,665.34$4,336,557.95
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Recent Articles
Tracy Marshall | 04/29/2021

The “For The People Act”, a gargantuan bill with a deceptively altruistic moniker, is moving its way through Congress in Washington, DC. Clocking in at more than 800 pages, the bill officially known as HR1 is Democrats’ highest priority legislation this year. Like a well-played game of Three-card Monte where the real goal is to …

Transparency USA | 04/09/2021

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Transparency USA | 04/05/2021

Arizona politics became a battleground of national interest during the contentious tabulation of 2020 election results. While it’s state-level races may not have pulled in quite the volume of outside money that other highly-publicized battlegrounds drew, Arizona elections still managed to attract some major nationwide donors.  Who gave the biggest contributions? Here is a look …

Transparency USA | 03/10/2021

In Arizona, voters head to the polls every two years to cast their ballots in important elections for the state. Led by Gov. Doug Ducey, the state’s executive government includes several department leaders and commissioners. But how well do you know your elected officials? Could you name the major ones? Today, we’re helping you better …

Transparency USA | 03/02/2021

The For the People Act of 2021—known as H.R. 1 in the House and S.1 in the Senate—was introduced in the US House on January 4 as a primary concern of the Biden administration, and passed in the U.S. House on March 3rd. An almost identical bill was introduced in 2019, and passed in the …