Transparency USA has made some New Year's resolutions!
  • The "Donors" category has been renamed "Contributors" to clarify that not all contributions are monetary donations.
  • The "PACs" category has been renamed to "Committees," because the term "Political Action Committee" is not used in every state.
  • Soon, we will be rolling out changes to better differentiate between different types of transactions, whether monetary, non-monetary (in-kind), or something else. These different transaction types will also be handled more consistently among states.
Michigan House Democratic Fund
Michigan Committee
$5,658,175Total Contributions
$5,028,097Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Payees
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$3,271,084.65 Sage Media Planning and Placement ENTITY
$785,000.00 Democratic State Central Committee ENTITY
$280,776.95 Z Tribeca ENTITY
$123,892.36 Winning Connections Inc ENTITY
$95,791.98 The Strategy Group LLC ENTITY
$58,950.00 Impact Research ENTITY
$50,000.00 Two Peninsulas Research Group ENTITY
$44,083.24 Indigo Strategies ENTITY
$42,025.00 Break Something ENTITY
$31,112.52 Jeremy L Herliczek ENTITY
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Top Loans

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