DFL Senate Caucus
Minnesota Political Action Committee
$957,940Cash on Hand
$2,847,893Total Contributions
$5,271,319Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
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Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$3,172,087.64 MN DFL State Central Committee ENTITY
$1,607,404.83 Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures INDIVIDUAL
$84,000.00 Petersen Group LLC ENTITY
$66,105.00 Mandate Media ENTITY
$49,664.41 Charlene Briner INDIVIDUAL
$35,307.78 Canal Partners Media LLC ENTITY
$30,000.00 Cornerstone Copy Center ENTITY
$28,500.00 Minnesota DFL Building Fund Inc ENTITY
$18,768.00 Project Lakes and Plains ENTITY
$14,086.06 The Gale Mansion ENTITY
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Kalyn Stralow | 04/18/2022
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