In North Carolina, candidates who have filed state campaign finance reports spent $25.07 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 30, 2022. State-level Democratic candidates spent $6.72 million and Republican candidates spent $9.25 million.
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|$1,041,310.98||NC Republican Council of State Committee|
|$208,305.25||Aggregated Individual Contribution|
|$173,342.98||North Carolina Republican Party|
|$21,625.00||Wayne and Melisa Loudermilch|
|$20,800.00||Ronald Glenn Sherrill|
|$20,650.00||Elaine and Steve A Wordsworth|
|$16,200.00||Terri and David Luck|
|$16,000.00||Hillary and Michael Riccobene|
|$13,800.00||Robert J Barker Sr|
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|$1,322,379.94||Whillier Group Inc|
|$406,416.52||Quickbooks Payroll Service|
|$228,686.54||The Stoneridge Group LLC|
In North Carolina, voters cast ballots every four years to decide the future of their state. One of the rare states that selects its executive government at the same time as the presidential election, North Carolina’s elections are important for setting the stage for the direction of the state for years to come.
In the swing state of North Carolina, Truth and Prosperity, Inc. earns its spot among the state’s list of top ten PACs with its large war chest and limited government platform.