Tim Davis

$117Cash on Hand
$66,567Total Contributions
$44,146Total Expenditures
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$36,755.39 Aggregated Unitemized Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$28,961.49 Public Subsidy ENTITY
$850.00 Cory Wendt INDIVIDUAL
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$25,750.00 Ground Game LLC ENTITY
$7,122.58 Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures INDIVIDUAL
$6,657.42 Legal Marijuana Now Party ENTITY
$2,000.00 Pendragon Consulitng LLC ENTITY
$814.60 Facebook Inc ENTITY
$800.00 Cory Wendt INDIVIDUAL
$520.04 Vista Print ENTITY
$481.00 Paula Overby ENTITY
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