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.
Arizona Democratic Party
Arizona Political Action Committee
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|$1,853,250.00||Karla T Jurvetson|
|$990,000.00||Katherine Leslie Rudin|
|$509,800.00||Future Now Fund - AZ|
|$480,000.00||Emily's List - AZ|
|$300,000.00||American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees PEOPLE|
|$295,000.00||United Food & Commercial Workers Union of AZ Local 99|
|$145,500.00||James E Pederson|
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|$2,472,691.68||Arizona Democratic Party|
|$1,626,903.00||Arizona Families First|
|$805,000.00||Democratic Party of South Carolina|
|$390,085.00||Berlin Rosen Ltd|
|$304,750.00||Nebraska Democratic Party|
|$230,000.00||Democratic Executive Committee of Florida|
|$230,000.00||Iowa Democratic Party|
|$225,000.00||Florida Democratic Party|
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.
Arizona politics became a battleground of national interest during the contentious tabulation of 2020 election results. While it’s state-level races may not have pulled in quite the volume of outside money that other highly-publicized battlegrounds drew, Arizona elections still managed to attract some major nationwide donors.