Indiana Republican State Committee, Inc
Indiana Political Action Committee
$4,751,411Total Contributions
$5,065,684Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$1,064,750.41 SENATE MAJORITY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE (SMCC) ENTITY
$1,011,311.15 House Republican Campaign Committee ENTITY
$872,836.22 Eric Holcomb ENTITY
$332,902.17 Diego Morales ENTITY
$207,402.19 Tera Klutz ENTITY
$105,000.00 Chris Garten ENTITY
$101,102.19 Daniel Elliott ENTITY
$90,067.36 MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE ENTITY
$70,100.00 Mark Messmer ENTITY
$50,000.00 Hanning & Bean LLC ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$1,521,884.17 Indiana Republican State Committee, Inc ENTITY
$626,066.17 Accupay ENTITY
$296,433.83 Majority Strategies LLC ENTITY
$242,500.00 Strategic Media Placement Inc ENTITY
$171,565.62 Matt Zapfe ENTITY
$154,324.88 Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Indiana ENTITY
$141,284.25 Joe Elsener ENTITY
$137,784.19 Maren A Patterson ENTITY
$125,000.00 Campaign AD Cloud ENTITY
$122,597.77 The Lukens Company ENTITY
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