Reginald Bolding
Arizona House of Representatives District 27
$518,016Total Donations
$415,772Total Expenditures
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Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$30,000.00 Reginald Bolding INDIVIDUAL
$25,900.07 Aggregated Unitemized Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$10,600.00 Planned Parenthood Action Fund Inc PAC Dba Planned Parenthood Federal PAC ENTITY
$10,600.00 United Food & Commercial Workers Union of AZ Local 99 ENTITY
$7,300.00 William G Roe INDIVIDUAL
$5,800.00 Jill Soffer INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Arthur Rock INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Chani Laufer INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 David Roberts INDIVIDUAL
$5,300.00 Dirk Ziff INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$72,826.00 Al Media LLC ENTITY
$63,230.54 New Blue Interactive LLC ENTITY
$55,848.39 Gusto ENTITY
$41,300.00 The Money Wheel LLC ENTITY
$35,374.00 Fieldworks LLC ENTITY
$23,000.00 Spiros Consulting LLC ENTITY
$20,120.30 Kenneth Gonzales INDIVIDUAL
$15,786.67 Numero Inc ENTITY
$13,998.44 Vasthy Lamadrid INDIVIDUAL
$10,705.69 Strategies 360 Inc ENTITY
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Transparency USA | 09/07/2022
Bolding is the representative for Arizona House District 27 and was a candidate for Arizona Secretary of State in 2022. Bolding raised $518,016 and spent $415,772 between Jan. 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022. According to Arizona Secretary of State reports, Bolding spent the most money with the following individual payees and PACs.
Joel Williams | 08/31/2022
Democratic primary elections for all 30 districts in the Arizona House of Representatives took place on Aug. 2, 2022. Of the 30 districts up for election in 2022, 16 had a Democratic primary election with more than one candidate. The Arizona House has two seats per district.
Joel Williams | 08/31/2022
Republican primary elections for all 30 districts in the Arizona House of Representatives took place on Aug. 2, 2022. Of the 30 districts up for election in 2022, 22 had a Republican primary election with more than one candidate. The Arizona House has two seats per district.