Michigan Senate Democratic Fund
Michigan Political Action Committee
$2,106,197Total Contributions
$581,286Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$158,950.00 Jim Ananich ENTITY
$125,925.00 Winnie Brinks ENTITY
$109,500.00 Stephanie Chang ENTITY
$83,950.00 Fund for America's Future PAC Federal ENTITY
$65,000.00 Sam Singh ENTITY
$63,000.00 Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee Federal ENTITY
$61,975.00 Building Bridges PAC ENTITY
$61,975.00 Michigan Education Association PAC ENTITY
$61,975.00 Sean McCann ENTITY
$60,000.00 Curtis Hertel Jr ENTITY
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$443,500.00 Democratic State Central Committee ENTITY
$24,296.25 Atrium Office Partners ENTITY
$20,177.42 Sandhill Strategies ENTITY
$15,000.00 Two Peninsulas Research Group ENTITY
$8,925.00 Ngp Van Inc ENTITY
$6,000.00 Battleaxe Digital ENTITY
$4,740.01 Comcast Services ENTITY
$4,721.96 Xerox Financial Services ENTITY
$4,550.00 Goodman Acker PC ENTITY
$4,095.00 Eurest Catering ENTITY
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