Arizona Finance Summary
The 2020 General Election was on November 3rd
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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(R)

State Mine Inspector: Joe Hart (R)

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

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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$623,946.42
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) $22,908,982.59$18,455,546.28
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$7,434,506.54
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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