Michigan House Democratic Fund
Michigan Political Action Committee
$3,590,934Total Contributions
$4,973,599Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$1,705,262.00 Buying Time Media LLC ENTITY
$962,150.56 Democratic State Central Committee ENTITY
$445,092.54 Fieldworks LLC ENTITY
$360,782.00 Ncc Media ENTITY
$167,166.40 Superior Blue Strategies ENTITY
$134,601.40 Two Peninsulas Research Group ENTITY
$110,241.00 WOOD TV ENTITY
$103,523.59 Winning Connections Inc ENTITY
$89,993.00 WWMT TV ENTITY
$78,503.00 WXMI TV ENTITY
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