Arizona Finance Summary
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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 (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
Doug Ducey $16,798,043.97$17,291,366.38
Steve Gaynor $3,668,750.00$3,668,750.00
David Garcia $2,456,334.62$2,449,134.62
Katie Hobbs $1,547,119.69$1,364,481.43
Steve Farley $1,486,386.93$1,497,124.30
Kate Brophy McGee $1,321,083.00$1,377,461.51
Wendy Rogers $1,171,475.68$1,160,625.65
January Contreras $986,571.22$955,837.36
Mark Brnovich $967,331.03$1,112,268.21
Rodney Glassman $962,525.79$962,525.79
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Top PACs
PACTotal DonationsTotal Expenditures
Arizonans for Affordable Electricity $40,388,525.36$40,385,398.24
Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona $24,648,437.16$24,648,437.16
Invest in Arizona (Sponsored by Aea and Stand for Children) $23,022,556.99$18,601,686.87
Arizona Democratic Party $21,312,190.91$21,094,975.90
Future Now Fund - AZ $13,500,758.02$11,601,478.26
RGA Arizona PAC $11,326,500.12$11,326,500.12
Arizona Republican Party $10,834,198.85$10,480,357.33
Working Arizona $10,358,246.34$9,744,461.85
Citizens for Fair Tax Policy $10,000,000.00$10,000,000.00
Chispa AZ PAC $8,525,081.75$8,394,200.86
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Recent Articles
Transparency USA | 09/01/2021

Campaign finance requirements govern the raising and spending of money for political campaigns. While not the only factor in an election’s outcome, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages, such as the ability to boost name recognition and promote a message. In addition, fundraising can indicate enthusiasm for candidates and parties. This article lists …

Transparency USA | 08/25/2021

Across the 10 states included in Transparency USA’s database, several prominent women dominated donor lists in the 2020 election cycle. Some, like Karla Jurvetson and Deborah Simon, targeted key state-level elections across multiple swing states. Others focused their contributions closer to home, supporting candidates and PACs in their state of residence. While Transparency USA focuses …

Transparency USA | 08/17/2021

In state-level elections, the race for governor is the marquee contest on the ballot, setting the tone for the next two to four years in state government. And several upcoming governor’s races are expected to garner more attention — and be more contentious — than usual due to governors’ COVID-related decisions and rumored 2024 presidential …

Transparency USA | 07/19/2021

When it comes to the money in Arizona politics, these are the names that you are viewing the most. See the top five entities in each category (Candidates, Donors, PACs, and Payees) that generated the greatest interest in Q2 of 2021. Top Viewed Arizona Candidates 1. Katie Hobbs 2. Doug Ducey 3. Liz Harris 4. Mark Finchem 5. Karen Fann …

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 …