Arizona Finance Summary
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Arizona Government:

Governor: Katie Hobbs (D)

Attorney General: Kris Mayes (D)

Secretary of State: Adrian Fontes (D)

State Treasurer: Kimberly Yee (R)

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Horne (R)

State Mine Inspector: Paul Marsh (R)

Arizona Corporation Commissioners: Nick Myers (R), Lea Márquez Peterson (R), Jim O’Connor (R), Anna Tovar (D), Kevin Thompson (R)

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Campaign Finance Snapshot
Total Contributions
Candidate Contributions
Committee Contributions
Total Expenditures
Candidate Expenditures
Committee Expenditures
Top Candidates
Candidate
Total Contributions
Total Expenditures
Karrin Taylor Robson $22,848,461.93$23,547,434.30
Doug Ducey $16,857,825.46$17,424,865.39
Katie Hobbs $16,540,434.04$16,574,315.32
Kari Lake $15,910,951.21$15,437,011.12
Steve Gaynor $8,771,034.34$8,771,034.34
Rodney Glassman $7,113,268.03$7,112,472.81
Wendy Rogers $4,525,050.84$4,429,563.92
Adrian Fontes $3,974,732.08$3,751,500.62
Abraham Hamadeh $3,250,558.66$3,229,207.71
Kris Mayes $3,124,293.22$2,952,843.61
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Top Committees
Committee
Total Contributions
Total Expenditures
Arizona Democratic Party $71,496,729.18$70,466,232.23
Arizonans for Affordable Electricity $40,388,525.36$40,385,398.24
The PAC for America's Future - AZ $38,759,010.52$33,504,084.77
Invest in Arizona (Sponsored by Aea and Stand for Children) $28,274,937.32$23,903,519.14
Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona $24,648,437.16$24,648,437.16
Worker Power PAC $24,567,338.74$23,101,705.87
Arizonans Fed up with Failing Healthcare (Healthcare Rising AZ) $20,907,019.08$19,670,714.11
RGA Arizona PAC $13,799,525.39$13,718,044.56
Republican Party of Arizona LLC $13,649,812.45$13,516,326.03
RGA Arizona PAC $11,326,500.12$11,326,500.12
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Recent Articles
Transparency USA | 02/23/2023

In Arizona politics, state-level candidates and political action committees have received $379.2 million in total contributions between Jan. 1, 2021, and Dec. 31, 2022. The 10 largest contributors gave more than $15.5 million, or 4 percent of all contributions. These are the top 10 individual contributors to Arizona state-level candidates and committees in the 2022 …

Transparency USA | 02/21/2023

Campaign finance requirements govern how much money candidates may receive from individuals and organizations, how often they must report those contributions, and how much individuals, organizations, and political entities may contribute to campaigns. While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. …

Transparency USA | 02/21/2023

Campaign finance requirements govern how much money candidates may receive from individuals and organizations, how often they must report those contributions, and how much individuals, organizations, and political entities may contribute to campaigns. While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. …

Transparency USA | 02/21/2023

Campaign finance requirements govern how much money candidates may receive from individuals and organizations, how often they must report those contributions, and how much individuals, organizations, and political entities may contribute to campaigns. While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. …

Joel Williams | 01/03/2023

Elections for all 30 seats in the Arizona State Senate took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans held a 16-14 majority heading into the election. This article details the five candidates who raised the most money and lost their election. In the 2022 election cycle, 25 of 30 general elections were contested. The losing candidates …