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Indiana Finance Summary
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Political Profile

Indiana Government:

Governor: Eric Holcomb (R)

Lieutenant Governor:  Suzanne Crouch (R)

Attorney General: Todd Rokita (R)

Secretary of State: Holli Sullivan (R)

State Treasurer: Kelly Mitchell (R)

Auditor of State:  Tera Klutz (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
Eric Holcomb $6,415,088.51$2,736,553.21
Suzanne Crouch $1,240,670.41$685,326.65
Connie Lawson $944,550.86$1,035,602.42
Brian Bosma $805,418.23$1,142,576.46
Jon Ford $673,467.10$594,844.68
Mike Delph $669,764.60$692,366.34
Julie Olthoff $549,580.47$547,648.83
Chuck Goodrich $540,651.11$418,469.11
James David Ford $534,248.53$517,928.52
James Merritt $480,657.30$534,723.34
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Top Committees
Committee
Total Contributions
Total Expenditures
Indiana Republican State Committee, Inc $5,514,684.23$5,409,387.34
House Republican Campaign Committee $4,710,783.16$4,250,998.94
Indiana Democratic State Central Committee $3,080,724.37$3,101,323.87
SENATE MAJORITY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE (SMCC) $2,423,451.55$2,189,429.43
Indiana House Democratic Caucus $1,473,604.54$1,383,267.89
Indiana Political Action Committee for Education $1,470,051.24$1,401,519.70
Indiana Senate Democrat Committee $1,251,764.89$1,256,284.98
NEA Fund for Children and Public Education Non-Federal Itemized Account $1,194,609.11$1,166,782.79
INTL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL 150 $1,063,814.78$1,021,528.89
ActBlue Indiana $943,966.68$955,782.83
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Recent Articles
Joel Williams | 01/03/2023

Elections for 25 of 50 seats in the Indiana State Senate took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans held a 40-10 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, 17 of 25 general elections were contested. The losing …

Joel Williams | 01/03/2023

Elections for all 100 seats in the Indiana House of Representatives took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans held a 70-30 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, 59 of 100 general elections were contested. The losing …

Joel Williams | 12/31/2022

Elections for all 100 seats in the Indiana House of Representatives took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans held a 70-30 majority heading into the election. Committee chair fundraising State legislative committee chairs set a committee’s legislative agenda. Some committee chairs raise significantly more money than their non-chair counterparts in the state legislature. The average …

Joel Williams | 12/31/2022

Elections for 25 of 50 seats in the Indiana State Senate took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans held a 40-10 majority heading into the election. Committee chair fundraising State legislative committee chairs set a committee’s legislative agenda. Some committee chairs raise significantly more money than their non-chair counterparts in the state legislature. The average …

Joel Williams | 12/14/2022

5 Most Expensive Elections General elections for 25 of 50 districts in the Indiana State Senate took place on Nov. 8, 2022. Of the 25 districts up for election in 2022, 17 had a General election with more than one candidate. Across all contested General elections, candidates raised $6.8 million. Incumbents raised an average of …