While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. Fundraising can also indicate party momentum.
North Carolina State Senate District 15
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|$35,193.86||Aggregated Individual Contribution|
|$15,000.00||NC Senate Dem Caucus (Closed)|
|$10,800.00||Cynthia M Kuhn|
|$10,800.00||John Phillip Sall|
|$10,800.00||Mark A Kuhn|
|$10,800.00||Virginia B Sall|
|$8,100.00||Arpit Pankaj Bhatt|
|$7,400.00||NC Advocates for Justice PAC|
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|$460,000.00||NC Senate Dem Caucus (Closed)|
|$34,878.00||Nexus Strategies Inc|
|$18,829.75||Ces Mail Communications Inc|
|$15,268.82||Paragon Payment Solutions|
|$14,399.42||Lasting Printing & Graphics|
|$14,300.00||Ian Michael O'Rourke Shannon|
|$8,100.00||Avalanche Acquitions LLC|
|$7,500.00||SB Digital Inc|
|$5,400.00||Arpit Pankaj Bhatt|
In North Carolina, candidates who have filed state campaign finance reports have raised $43.2 million between Jan. 1, 2021, and Apr. 30, 2022. State-level Democratic candidates have raised $12.8 million and Republican candidates have raised $17.3 million.
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.