Aaron Lieberman

$1,625,015Total Donations
$1,614,102Total Expenditures
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$155,325.00 Aaron Lieberman INDIVIDUAL
$98,236.09 Aaron Lieberman ENTITY
$32,612.43 Aggregated Unitemized Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$23,300.00 Daniel Lieberman INDIVIDUAL
$10,600.00 Caleb Reese INDIVIDUAL
$10,100.00 Robert and Allison Bertrand INDIVIDUAL
$7,800.00 Jonathan Hoffer INDIVIDUAL
$6,300.00 Rebekah Lieberman INDIVIDUAL
$6,050.00 Bruce Dusenberry INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Adam Goodman INDIVIDUAL
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$699,396.50 Left Hook ENTITY
$79,200.00 Break Something ENTITY
$78,396.36 Miguel A Medrano INDIVIDUAL
$78,003.80 Aaron Lieberman ENTITY
$55,669.68 Matters of State Strategies LLC ENTITY
$53,099.61 Payroll Data Processing ENTITY
$52,117.99 Natpay ENTITY
$48,100.00 Impact Research Inc ENTITY
$42,500.00 Sutton & Smart Campaigns LLC ENTITY
$33,104.45 Michael San Roman INDIVIDUAL
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