MN DFL State Central Committee
Minnesota Political Action Committee
$2,592,154Cash on Hand
$10,446,322Total Contributions
$11,071,648Total Expenditures
Financial Activity
Top Donors
Total Donations
Name
Type
$1,586,043.82 DFL Senate Caucus ENTITY
$1,294,937.87 DFL House Caucus ENTITY
$840,000.00 Alida R Messinger INDIVIDUAL
$560,000.00 Ohio Democratic Party ENTITY
$503,870.88 Laborers District Council of Minn & Nd Pol Fund ENTITY
$444,986.13 Aggregated Unitemized Contributions INDIVIDUAL
$422,500.00 Vance K Opperman INDIVIDUAL
$392,500.00 Pamela S and James D Deal INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 George Soros INDIVIDUAL
$250,000.00 Gwendolyn Sontheim INDIVIDUAL
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Top Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Payee
Type
$3,005,070.41 Drake Bank Federal ENTITY
$1,217,372.27 Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures INDIVIDUAL
$1,212,000.00 DFL Senate Caucus ENTITY
$1,000,000.00 DFL House Caucus ENTITY
$365,486.42 United States Treasury ENTITY
$289,772.31 Eftps Fed Tax Payment ENTITY
$259,500.00 United Strategies ENTITY
$157,076.88 Adp LLC ENTITY
$156,392.83 Healthpartners ENTITY
$153,000.00 Petersen Group LLC ENTITY
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